Here is a recap of your City by City report from May 19, 2014:
The Window has big plans for its kitchen in downtown Goshen. The non-profit provides services to low-income people. The Elkhart Truth reports they are in the process of remodeling the dining room and doubling the size of their kitchen. This will allow them to cook their own food for the Meals on Wheels program. The Window typically serves 30 people coffee and donuts on weekday mornings, cooks 75 hot meals for lunch and gives out sandwiches in the afternoon. The Window is holding a ribbon cutting ceremony June 6 to celebrate the remodel.
A grand opening for River Park Square in Plymouth is set for June 21, and children can become a part of history. According to WTCA, Plymouth students grades K-12 are invited to nominate items they think should be placed in a time capsule to be buried in the area. You can pick up entry forms at the park office. Winners will be introduced at the grand opening.
A big name in country music will headline the Blueberry Festival in Plymouth this year. Montgomery Gentry will perform at Centennial Park on Friday, August 29, at 8p.m. Tickets range from $30 to $40 dollars. (Click for ticket link). The festival runs August 30 - September 2.
As the summer nears, sports camps are about to begin. One local football star is preparing for his camp. Detroit Lions running back Joique Bell is preparing for his football camp later this month. The camps are being held from 10a.m. until 2p.m. at Benton Harbor High School on May 31. There will then be a celebrity basketball game with Reggie Bush, Calvin Johnson and fellow Benton Harbor native Wilson Chandler. The cost for the basketball game is $10. (Click for a registration link)
Tee time is almost here for the Senior PGA Championship, and the events get underway before the tournament begins Thursday. Practice round begin early in the week, and Kitchen Aid will have celebrity chefs at the course for demonstrations. Tickets are still available for all days just call 269-487-3200.
Those who could use some help catching up to all of today's technology are in luck. Culver's library is offering an intro to social media class Monday at 6p.m. The session is free and open to the public. If you have any questions about the class you can contact Andrew Baker at 574-842-2941.