Monday, November 18, 2019

GRINNELL

IN CASE YOU MISSED SOMETHING

Grinnell, Iowa (October 15, 2019) -- The Periodic Table is the place for experiments. On November 1, 2019 Hotel Grinnell will be the new home for a pop-up restaurant, Cilino’s.  Cilino’s, a generational, home-style cooking...
(Grinnell, IA – October 15, 2019)  While Grinnell High School students attended their Homecoming Dance on October 5, another dance was held across town at St. Francis Manor. Kayla Faas, Fitness Director at St. Francis Manor, planned this...
As part of the Grinnell Area Arts Council “Music+Health” program community offerings, Katie In performed some oldies on the keyboard in The Mayflower Community on October 10th. Katie, a...
The grants support local projects that enhance the quality of life in Grinnell GRINNELL, Iowa – Grinnell College is accepting applications for the fall cycle of community mini-grants. Grant...
From the GN Superintendents Office | Weekly Update: October 11, 2019Write caption… Happy Friday! We went from sun, rain, to the feel of snow in the air? Wow is it cold outside! It is...
Chancellor Speaks at Mayflower ForumKristie Fisher, PhD Dr. Kristie Fisher, PhD, the Chancellor of the Iowa Valley Community College District (IVCC), spoke at a “Forum” sponsored by the Mayflower Residents Association (Grinnell IA)...
Steve (left) with Barb Baker (middle), Director of Advertising and Community Relations for Grinnell Mutual Reinsurance Company, outgoing chair of ABI Leadership Iowa Board of Governors, and Jason Gross, Vice-President of Innovation at EMC, incoming chair...
Beginning next week, the Claude W. & Dolly Ahrens Foundation and Greater Poweshiek Community Foundation will begin a monthly Nonprofit Educational Workshop series for local nonprofit organizations for the second year. Each session will be held on...
By Michael McAllister “Getting close.”  That is the time estimate that Chef Paul Durr, operator of the Prairie Canary and the entrepreneur behind the transformation of the former Lonnski’s, provides...
The quarterly meeting of 100 + People Who Care – Grinnell will be Tuesday, October 22, at 5:30 p.m.  The meeting will be held in the parish center at St. Mary Church, 1002...
Sarah Smith, Program Manager at Grinnell College, will join the UnityPoint Health® - Grinnell Regional Medical Center Foundation’s Senior Education Program on Monday, October 14 to share about Museum on Main Street. Museum...
Grinnell, Iowa (October 15, 2019) -- The Periodic Table is the place for experiments. On November 1, 2019 Hotel Grinnell will be the new home for a pop-up restaurant, Cilino’s.  Cilino’s, a generational, home-style cooking Italian restaurant, based out of...
Sarah Smith, Program Manager at Grinnell College, will join the UnityPoint Health® - Grinnell Regional Medical Center Foundation’s Senior Education Program on Monday, October 14 to share about Museum on Main Street. Museum...
‘Broken English’ is the college’s latest contribution to public art in the community GRINNELL, Iowa – Over 40 years after Gregory M. Gómez first read one of W.B. Yeats’ most famous poems in a...
https://youtu.be/ObjTU5EOeYs Grinnell vs Knoxville TT Cranny Field 10/04/2019 7:30p. Click on the right arrow above.
Hammond Center Staff--Front L-R: Tiffany Criswell, Sammi Bryan, Brenda Arment, Keisha Lakose. Back L-R: Abby Moyer, Angie Sholley, Jaxon Drake, Kelly Burns, Symantha Sutfin, Kayla Faas. (Grinnell,...
By Michael McAllister John F. Kennedy is reported to have said that the American farmer “buys everything at retail, sells everything at wholesale, and pays the freight both ways.”
Bucket Course Begins 4 Week Session September 11 When a tragic hero portrayed in a seventeenth century play appears in a nineteenth century opera, what are the implications of these two portrayals?
Connecting Kids for CommunityConnecting Kids for CommunityLeft to right: Dr. Janet Stutz and Melissa Strovers Learn more about the Grinnell Education Partnership at the upcoming UnityPoint Health – Grinnell Regional Medical Center Foundation’s...
Poweshiek County Fair Foundation Named Winner of 2019 “Leave It Better Than You Found It” AwardFront Row: Ray Baker (Vice President), Bailey Asberry Back Row L to R: Marcia Iverson (Treasurer), Ben Schanbacher, Gene May, Roger...
Scholars’ Convocation Lecturer Ari Berman Sept. 9–12 event will explore power relationships in our data-heavy world GRINNELL, Iowa — ​Grinnell College will host a symposium about “The Tyranny of Data”...
The “Kelmscott Chaucer,” printed on handmade paper by Kelmscott Press in 1896, contains many of Geoffrey Chaucer’s works and 87 woodcut illustrations by Victorian painter Edward Burne-Jones.  College to preserve the collection, make...
Dream Come True Opportunity for a dedicated entrepreneur. Candyland Station Now FOR SALE. Roberta See and her family closed the Candyland station at the end of August 2019 for health reasons and it is for sale....
Genesis Development, the Grinnell-based organization that provides programming for persons with disabilities, received the funding support of 100 + People Who Care – Grinnell at the July 23rd membership meeting.  Genesis Development will utilize the nearly $ 13,000 received...
By Michael McAllister For many of us, the idea that it is more blessed to give than to receive rolls around once per year, generally in December, bolstered by...
Pictured front row L to R: Cole Blackford, Kinnick Johnson, Isaiah Seck, Carson Penyich, Ben Kelne. Back Row L to R: Manager Mike Blackford, Luke Thompson, Jaylen Eitel, Braxton Shaffer, Brady Coffman, Sam Bartlett, Jack Stephens,...
GRINNELL, IA – Community members and business leaders convened 20 months ago to address the childcare desert in Grinnell. A collaboration between the Grinnell Chamber of Commerce, Pow-I80 and JMP Early Childhood Iowa yielded...
The Mayflower Community (Grinnell IA) is lush with gardens.  There are the Buckley Courtyard gardens and ponds, the Watertower Square Jewel Garden, the Pearson/Edwards Sail Garden, the Health Center eastside gardens, the Montgomery “Secret Garden,” the Fellowship of...
John Noer You may recall that Mayflower Community resident, John Noer, acquired a 40,000-piece puzzle last February.  The 6’ x 22’ Ravensburger stumper was delivered to the Mayflower Edwards building in a 3’ x 1’...
Learn more about the UnityPoint Health®- Grinnell Regional Medical Center (GRMC) Chemotherapy and Infusion Suite. Attend the Grinnell Regional Medical Center Foundation’s upcoming Senior Education Program on Monday, July 22. Sheryl Baarda, RN, chemotherapy manager, and Kristy...