Grand Haven

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Grand Haven,

city (1990 pop. 11,951), seat of Ottawa co., SW Mich., at the mouth of the Grand River; inc. 1867. It is a port on Lake Michigan that ships sand and gravel. Grand Haven manufactures fabricated-metal and paper products. The city, with its state park (noted for its "singing sand," which emits a whistling sound when walked on), is also a popular resort.
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Calendar Listing: June 29 - 30, 2013, 52nd Annual Grand Haven Art Festival & Family Fun Day.
One of them was Nathan White, a Grand Haven pioneer who came to West Michigan in the early 1830s with his brother-in-law, Reverend William Ferry.
Book 7 in "The Gun Lake Adventure Series", The Guardians of Lake Michigan follows Johnnie and his friends and family as they enjoy the annual Coast Guard Festival in Grand Haven, Michigan.
Weber was a member of the American Foundry Society and a sales representative for several companies in the industry, including Badger Alloys, Milwaukee, Grand Haven Brass, Grand Haven, Mich., and Scott Forge, Milwaukee.
In January, the Grand Haven City Council voted to stop raising the cross on Dewey Hill and instead to use an anchor to honor the city's ties to the U.S.
The first office is located in Grand Haven, MI, and the second office is located in Chicago, IL.
13--Porto Bello Restaurant, Grand Haven, Mich.; General Meeting.
Americans United has been working in the city of Grand Haven, Mich., to persuade municipal officials to stop displaying a large cross on a prominent hillside.
Grand Haven, MI, November 10, 2012 --( Suzanne Di Staulo has been named Sales Manager at Spring Meadow Nursery, home to the Proven Winners ColorChoice shrubs brand.