Members of thhe Spring Lake Heritage Festival Committee present
Lake Township with our perpetrual donation to the Spring Lake
veterans' plaques and flag holders.
Left to Right: John Nash, SL Township Supervisor, Michele Yasenak, SLHF Committee Member, Eric Schindlbeck, Cemetery Sexton, Dan Grable, SLHF Committee Member, Carolyn Boeresma, SL Township Board.
The Spring Lake Heritage Festival Senior Activities committee members were honored by The Greater Ottawa County United Way as "Volunteer Stars" in the community. A "Volunteer Star" is one who gives of her time, skills, education and creates an impact in the community.
The Senior Activities committee plans the events for the Senior Day at the Spring Lake Heritage Festival. The committee has worked together for the past five years to make sure the Senior citizens are active participants in the Festival. Seniors enjoy a day out and have fun with the activities that are provided for them through the efforts of the committee.
Congratulations to all the members.
All profits from each event at the Spring Lake Heritage Festival are returned to enrich the community.
The members of the Spring Lake Heritage Festival Committee present to the Spring Lake Village Council two sets of portable
youth soccer goals, which are at Central Park for public use.
Committee heard about the re-development plan for Central Park and
thought that the soccer goals would benefit the community.
from right to Left: Councilmen, Ryan Kelly, Steve Nauta, President Bill Filber, SLHF member Michele Yasenak, Scott Van Strate, Marvin VandenBosch, James McLaughlin and two soccer enthusiasts Anna and Adam
Council also thanks the Spring Lake Heritage Festival for the
money and manpower to refurbish the gazebo on the west side of Barber School.
Spring Lake Heritage Festival Vice President, Dan
Grable, presents a donation check to Village President,
Bill Filber, for refurbishment of the Village Gazebo.
If you would like to donate your time or talents,
If you would like to donate in a financial way,
please send checks to:
Spring Lake Heritage Festival
P.O. Box 145
Spring Lake, Michigan 49456
Over the years, the earnings from the Spring Lake Heritage
Festival have been invested in the following projects:
The North Bank Community Foundation
Lighting of Central Park Langeland Ball Field
Lakeside Beach expansion
Mill Point Park power and lighting restoration
Water Tower Park establishment and fencing
Jeffers School playground
Presbyterian Church public playground
CD Tower at the Spring Lake District Library
Picnic tables at Mill Point and Central Parks
Showcase at Spring Lake Village Hall
Lighting of the M104 Bridge
Sign at Barber School Community Building
Flagpole and flag maintenance at Mill Point Park
Gazebo replacement at Barber School