February's title is Life is So Good by George Dawson and Richard Glaubman.
Upcoming titles for the Better Living Book Club:
Music educator Rodney Lamar Page has been working with students in the greater Lansing area for over 15 years. A Michigan State graduate, Mr. Page was the strings music teacher in East Lansing Public Schools and St. Johns Public Schools. With almost 30 years of experience as a violinist, Mr. Page performs at schools and special events across Mid-Michigan and has included motivational speaking to some of his performances. Mr. Page is married to Kimberly Steed-Page and they have two children named Bryson and Jayden.
Faculty and students from MSU's School of Journalism will present "The Living History Project: Stories Told by Michigan's Oldest," recognized at the 2014 ArtPrize competition for being among the Top 25 public vote getters in the time-based category. The half-hour documentary features five members of the oldest old, individuals who are 85 years old or older. The exhibit also consists of a dress made up of photos from 95-year-old Ronnie Fagin, a Zumba and kickboxing enthusiast who is also a retired teacher for Detroit Public Schools. If you know of an individual who would be perfect for this project, please email email@example.com. The J-School and the Michigan Humanities Council are supporting this project.