We stay local and employ local because the people of our community are invested in the way we do business and care for our clients and our city. This compassion for our community and its residents shows in the quality in which we provide our services, and is a necessity for our city to thrive.
Father’s Day activities to do with your dad to celebrate Father’s Day 2016 in Grand Rapids, MI.
Festival of the Arts is held annually the first weekend of June. This year’s 47th Annual Festival takes place this weekend, June 3rd through June 6th. The Festival of the Arts has activities and attractions for kids and adults of all ages to enjoy; face painting, poetry, music, and who could forget the amazing food that is prepared for the thousands that make their way downtown this great weekend.
Each year, people are encouraged to let their silly side come out while fighting against poverty. Red Nose Day is a national campaign dedicate to helping children and ultimately, having fun. To create awareness and lot of laughs, participants purchase and wear Red Noses. Proceeds benefit both children in the U.S. and some of the poorest communities in the world. To join in on the fun, and because this cause is so near and dear to our hearts – or, maybe our noses – we’re celebrating National Red Nose Day at Elders’ Helpers!
Sometimes in life, there are things worth sharing with the world. This is one of those times. You don’t believe us? You’re skeptical? How about giving us a chance to explain who we are, what we do, and why we’re here. We promise, you won’t be disappointed.