Portrait of My Community
On September 18, 2014, the Kutsche Office of Local History and the
Cook Library Center celebrated the first anniversary of the Cook
Library Scholars Program. The event showcased their year-long effort
to document the history of leadership and community on Grandville Avenue.
Marjorie Kuipers (left), Executive Director of GAAH, with Melissa Baker-Boosamra (center) and Sue Garza (September 18, 2014)
Marjorie Kuipers (left), Executive Director of Grandville Avenue Arts
& Humanities, with Melissa Baker-Boosamra (center) (founding
director of the Cook Library Scholars Program) and Sue Garza
(director, Cook Library Center) at the "Portrait of My
Community," Exhibit Opening, Cook Library Center, 1100 Grandville
Ave SW, Grand Rapids, MI. September 18, 2014. This program is a part
of the Kutsche Office of Local History's Youth Leadership Initiative.
The community documentation and exhibit project was a collaboration
among the GVSU Kutsche Office of Local History, Grandville Avenue Arts
& Humanities, and the Grand Rapids Public Library.
Photo by Bri
Luginbill, GVSU News and Information
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