Whitehouse Nature Center Offers Entertaining, Exploring 'Nature Tots'
An exploration of nature specifically designed for young children is offered Friday, January 25, at the Albion College Whitehouse Nature Center. "Nature Tots" invites children ages 3-5 for fun, crafts and games from 10 to 11:30 a.m.
Nature Tots provides each child with the opportunity to investigate the natural world of wildlife and plants. Children should have warm clothing for outdoor activity, and must be accompanied by an adult.
This event is free and pre-registration is encouraged. To register or for more information, contact David Green, director of the Whitehouse Nature Center, at 517/629-0582 or
Vocalists Win Statewide Competition Awards
Abigail Leitch (left) and McKenzie Schafer earned top awards in the Michigan NATS (National Association of Teachers of Singing) solo vocal auditions held recently on the campus of Grand Valley State University. Leitch earned first place in the First-Year College Women category, while Schafer took third place among Second-Year College Women. Both are voice students of Albion professor Maureen Balke.
Students Share December Scenes
Students off-campus share scenes from their December holiday season from England, Spain, Germany, and Belgium.
Albion College Welcomes KCC's Brightest into Honors Program
The rewards of a community college education are now even greater as Albion College and Kellogg Community College announce their new honors program agreement. This initiative allows KCC honors students to transfer into Albion College's Prentiss M. Brown Honors Program and eventually graduate with Albion College honors.