This month’s edition features the Muskegon High School football team, which recently recorded its historic 800th victory. Coach Shane Fairfield talks about what it takes to keep the winning tradition alive in a football program that dates back to 1895.
The magazine also spotlights new Muskegon Lumberjacks owner Dan Israel, a Bloomfield businessman who bought the team over the summer and is determined to make it a financial success.
There is also a profile of Oakridge and Grand Valley standout Jamie Potts, following his first year as a professional baseball player in the Texas Rangers minor league system.
You can pick up your free copy of Local Sports Journal the magazine at the following locations:
Shoreline Motors — 2221 Henry St, Muskegon
Tradewind Car Co. — 2281 Henry St, Muskegon
Betten Hyundai — 2477 Henry St, Muskegon
Betten Honda Used — 2501 Henry St
Kim Hillman – 2474 Henry St
Meat Block – 2330 E Broadway Ave, Muskegon
Subway restaurants throughout the area:
GRAND HAVEN — S. Beacon Boulevard, inside Walmart just off U.S. 31.
SPRING LAKE — West Savidge Street
FRUITPORT– Airline Road, just off of I-96, Harvey Street near the Lakes Mall.
MUSKEGON: Downtown location on Western and Third — Henry and Summit — Lakeshore Drive in Lakeside — Old Grand Haven Road in Norton Shores — Inside Walmart locations on Norton and Sherman — Inside Meijer on Henry and Norton.
NORTH MUSKEGON — 420 Whitehall Rd.
DALTON TOWNSHIP — Whitehall and McMillan.
Plumb’s Markets on Apple Ave., Sherman Boulevard, Whitehall Road in North Muskegon and Colby Road in Whitehall.
Jack’s Corner Store locations on Old Grand Haven Road and Apple Avenue
Shell gas station on Old Grand Haven Road.
Ladds on Henry Street.
Pic N Pac on Henry Street.
Norton Mini Mart in Norton Shores.
Butch’s gas station on Sherman.
Ghezzi’s convenience store in Lakeside.
Speedway in Roosevelt Park.
Shelley Mart in Muskegon Heights.
Carmen’s Cafe in downtown Muskegon.
Pizza Ranch on E. Sherman Blvd.