White Cloud Community Library

On the Bulletin Board

A collection of the items that can be found on the bulletin board at the library. This list will change semi-regularly due to an event ending, the 30 day period ending (as outlined in the Bulletin Board Policy PDF found in the Library Policies tab), or a lack of room on the board occurring. To add an item to the bulletin board, please review our policy and then speak with someone at the front desk.
  • Child Help 1

    A flyer about the how a parent who made a mistake and abused a child may confidentially speak with someone about how to amend their behavior.

    application/pdf Child Help 1.pdf — 85 KB

  • Department of Eductation News Release

    Information about the Michigan Department of Education's Meet Up and Eat Up Summer program. This is a program so that children up to the age of 18 may find a government approved location to receive free meals. Visit the website on the flyer to find a map of the locations.

    application/pdf Department of Eductation News Release.pdf — 34 KB

  • DHHS Used Clothes Closet

    A flyer outlining the location, hours, and requirements of the DHHS Used Clothes Closet.

    application/pdf DHHS Used Cloths Closet.pdf — 54 KB

  • Every Woman's Place

    A card with contact information for a service out of Muskegon that aims to help and protect women who have suffered through violence.

    application/pdf Every Woman's Place.pdf — 9 KB

  • Experiance Works

    Information on a program that assists seniors in need with finding a job upon qualification.

    application/pdf Experiance Works.pdf — 34 KB

  • Great Lakes Caring

    A flyer looking for volunteers. For a list of possible responsibilities, please see the flyer.

    application/pdf Great Lakes Caring.pdf — 50 KB

  • IRS Paycheck Checkup

    The IRS recommends that you use the IRS Withholding Calculator to make help insure that you will not be stuck with a bill when tax season comes. It is especially recommended if there were recent changes that may affect the amount withheld, such as the household gaining a second source of income, the gaining of a dependent, the receiving of a tax credit, etc. The calculator may be found at IRS.gov/withholding.

    application/pdf IRS Paycheck Checkup.pdf — 81 KB

  • Medicare Open Enrollment

    Information on MEDICARE open enrollment, including how to set up an appointment and where one can get more information and find help with MEDICARE.

    application/pdf Medicare Open Enrollment.pdf — 90 KB

  • Michigan Legal Help

    A pamphlet about the free services that are offered at MichiganLegalHelp.org.

    application/pdf Michigan Legal Help.pdf — 29 KB

  • Newaygo County Museum and Heritage Center

    A poster card outlining the hours and the days that the Heritage Museum is open. For an updated list of events and information about the Museum, please visit their website at www.newaygocountyhistory.org, or through the link in the Local History Section.

    application/pdf Newaygo County Museum and Heritage Center.pdf — 42 KB

  • Newaygo County Treasury Resources

    A list of different Agencies, as well as their contact information, that may be able to assist with delinquent taxes, determined upon review.

    application/pdf Newaygo County Treasury Resources.pdf — 32 KB

  • Preschool Flyer

    information about early development and contact information for a preschool program located at numerous locations all over Newaygo County.

    application/pdf Preschool Flyer.pdf — 78 KB

  • Quest Adult Education

    Classes with a flexible schedule for adults to earn their GED, ABE, or High School Diploma.

    application/pdf Quest Adult Education.pdf — 22 KB

  • Spectrum Health Volunteer Orientation

    Spectrum Health Hospice is offering orientation for its volunteer program. Once the orientation is complete, the average time commitment would be around one hour per week. For contact information, please see the flyer.

    application/pdf Spectrum Health Volunteer Orientation.pdf — 103 KB

  • Youth Drama Program

    The Stage Door Players will be holding a free Youth Program on the first and third Saturdays of every month from September to May. The program will include makeup technique, costume design, lighting design, sound effects, character building,and many hands-on activities. For more information including how to register, please see the flyer.

    application/pdf Youth Drama Program.pdf — 60 KB