Oh what a night! The Muskegon Winter Sports Complex had a bit of a slow start to the season, so the Watermark 920 thought it best to throw a grand gala to help raise some much needed funding for all of the incredible things that go on at the park and all that's to come.
It's a pivotal year for the Winter Sports Complex. They are in the process of transitioning into a year-round destination. There will be added amenities like zip lines, canopy tours in the trees and dunes, they will have an air rifle area and so much more. We will be watching our winter destination turn into an all seasons spot for people to enjoy. It's a giant step for the good and the community showed up in force Saturday night to support the mission.
The Muskegon Channel was on hand live with Britta Cleveland broadcasting live for the first hour. Not only to meet and greet the audience, but to highlight those involved with the park, the venue and some of the sponsors of the event who helped make it happen! We saved the live show for ya, so if you were not able to make it out, or if you want to see if you made it on the show, sit back, relax and enjoy! Take a look at Fire and Ice Live on The Muskegon Channel.
We're sticking to our plan! Media should be part of the solution in any town. In Muskegon, let's show how we come together and get things done and who does them. To highlight great things in action is part of community pride and showing the better part of all of us...we're all about it. Would you like to learn more about or make a donation to the Muskegon Winter Sports Complex? You can find their website linked below. Thanks to everyone who came out and thanks to the Watermark 920 for inviting The Muskegon Channel to be a part of the evening to share the story.
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