non-profit groups

Three employees of The Arc of Calhoun County have been placed on administrative leave. A May 6 statement on behalf of the organization’s board of trustees announced Kim Hommerding, executive director; Loretta Fuller, finance director; and program coordinator Chuck Lamson are on administrative leave for “an unknown amount of time.” The reasoning for the move has not been disclosed by the organization or its board of trustees. (Battle Creek Enquirer)

Small businesses in the neighborhoods surrounding downtown Battle Creek are the targets of a new loan program from a local nonprofit organization. “There’s a lot of good, creative ideas coming from these neighborhoods and the families living there,” said Bill Phillips, president and CEO of Neighborhoods Inc. (Battle Creek Enquirer)

WMUK

(MPRN-Lansing) Michigan schools could hold up to three bake sales per week during school hours under a bill approved by the state Senate. 

Calhoun County Community Mental Health Authority approved Erv Brinker's firing at Tuesday meeting

Erv Brinker has been on paid administrative leave since early December

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