The Kenowa AMBUCS, Walker AMBUCS, Grand Rapids AMBUCS are hosting the 5th
annual AMBUCS Gala where guests will enjoy dinner, dancing, and a Live and Silent Auction to raise
money for these three wonderful organizations. This event is full of wonderful ways to support your community so come on down and see what other fun surprises awaits you!
Only $60 âBUCKSâ gets you dinner, dancing, beer, & wine for the night! Seating and sponsorship levels are limitedâŚso reserve your table NOW!!! All proceeds from this event will fund programs within Kenowa AMBUCS, Walker AMBUCS, and Grand Rapids AMBUCS.
The Amtryke Therapeutic Tricycle Program is about abilities, not disabilities. Our goal is to provide people with disabilities with all the classic benefits of riding a bike: mobility, strength, exercise, coordination, interaction with family and friends, and just pure fun!
Amtryke makes foot trykes, hand trykes, and hand & foot trykes in a wide range of sizes--all at low cost. Nearly every rider can be successful, no matter their diagnosis, through our full line of highly adjustable trykes and myriad of adaptive accessories.me listed in event program
Its HOCKEY season. We are partnering with the Griffins for an Ambucs fundraiser and would love to sell you a ticket at a discounted rate. Game is Friday, December 15th. Please message us for details....
Today the Kenowa AMBUCS welcome our guest speaker, Paul Wiersma, Associate Director of Development for Davidâs House Ministries in Wyoming, Michigan - a great non-profit organization that fits very well with our AMBUCS mission.
We are excited for the November issue of Women's LifeStyle Magazine as you will catch a well written story of Lori and her mission to make a difference for differently-abled children.
Make sure you pick up your copy. They're free. ~Dave~
Are you a Grandville resident or business owner that wants to know more about your city and how you can give back. Come visit us tomorrow at our meeting and listen to Mayor Maas and the Chamber discuss Grandville and learn how you can help Ambucs and your community. Message us for details
Today President Kelli Williams and Ken Krombeen of the Kenowa AMBUCS met with Dale Echavarria, Executive Director of Family Network of Wyoming to officially donate our entire inventory of durable medical equipment to FNW.
FNW does a great job matching up durable medical equipment with those in need, and we're glad to help them out by passing the baton! ... See MoreSee Less
Learn more about IKUS & ITC at Taps + Trails on October 5!September 7, 2017/0 Comments/in News /by Amanda WinslowThe selections for this yearâs Taps + Trails will hit the spot! Join us on Thursday, October 5 at Indian Trails Camp and follow the trail to enjoy beer and food samples while learning mor...