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Environmental education building being built in Muskegon

Environmental education building being built in Muskegon

The Education Center will be built directly in front of the Muskegon Lake Nature Preserve on Lake Ave. The land is currently used for parking, and it will continue to be. But, the land is NOT owned by the Preserve. The owner graciously lets us use it. Part of the fund raising effort will go to purchasing the land.

The Education Center will house a classroom, laboratory, exhibit are, offices and the Michigan Environmental Hall of Fame. It will feature the latest technology, allowing the students to interact with others across the globe as well as to “bring in” speakers. The Lab. can also be used by students from the Nature Preserve to further investigate their findings from the Preserve.

Fund Raising Underway

Singing Christmas Tree Tickets

Singing Christmas Tree Tickets

From the Mona Shores Public Schools Facebook page:

Singing Christmas Tree Tickets will be on sale to the public in the Auditorium lobby of the high school on Saturday, November 3rd from 9:00 am-3:00 pm during the Holiday Arts & Crafts Show. The ticket price is $13.00.

Beginning Monday, November 5th, tickets can be purchased at the Frauenthal Box Office, all Meijer Stores, Star Tickets Plus.com, or through the call center at 1-800-585-3737. There will be a processing fee for tickets purchased through these outlets. The Frauenthal Box Office is open Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, 11:00 am-5:30 pm.

The dates of The Singing Christmas Tree are:
Thursday - November 29 at 7:30 pm
Friday - November 30 at 7:30 pm
Saturday - December 1 at 3 pm & 7:30 pm

Beach Street closing

From the City of Muskegon Facebook page:

Due to the anticipated arrival of a storm carrying high winds this evening and tomorrow, Beach Street between Beachwood Park and the Water Filtration Plant (Resort to Lakeshore Drive) will be closed off starting early this afternoon and, hopefully reopened on Wednesday morning. 

Please share this information.

Oakridge holds off Buchanan

EGELSTON TWP (WZZM) -- Oakridge scored the first 16 points of the game, but had to hold on for a 16-8 win over Buchanan.

The Eagles led 16-0 at halftime, but the Bucks fought back with a quick score in the third quarter. Buchanan was driving again in the final minutes, but a fumble ended the Bucks hopes.

Oakridge advances to face West Catholic in the district final.

MCC cruises to win over Vestaburg

MUSKEGON (WZZM) -- The Muskegon Catholic Central Crusaders left little doubt on the outcome of their game with Vestaburg Friday night.

The Crusaders scored the first 47 points of the game on the way to a 61-8 win over the Wolverines.

The Crusaders face Fowler in the district final.

Big Reds beat Kenowa, advance to district final

MUSKEGON (WZZM) -- In a rematch of an O-K Black matchup, Muskegon topped Kenowa Hills 34-21.

The Knights struck early with a Cody Ritsema touchdown pass to Dylan Smith. Muskegon scored the next 28 points with touchdowns from Jalen Smith and John King.

Muskegon will play Lowell in a division two district final.

Man passes fake $20s at Muskegon bar

MUSKEGON, Mich. (WZZM) - A bartender at DJ's Pub in Muskegon says, at first glance, there was nothing unusual about the $20 bills a customer gave her.

But on closer inspection Jodi Hendrie realized she'd accepted a total of seven very convincing counterfeit $20s from the middle aged suspect.

"It was printed perfectly," she explains, "but the paper...you could just tell."

Hendrie has tended bar for 17 years and isn't easily fooled, but Wednesday was a busy night at DJ's. She says the customer was polite, and he paid for some drinks with with real bills. Several times, Hendrie says, he sent a "regular" up to the bar to pay for drinks with one of the bogus bills.

"I'm busy, actually I'm very busy running back and forth," she recalls. "It finally started slowing down and when he gave me the last one it just didn't feel right to me. I held it up to the light and realized this was not right.