Home

Tri-Cities Puentes Initiative

Building bridges and cultural understanding through the celebration of the Hispanic and Latinx community in the Tri-Cities area.

The Tri-Cities Puentes Initiative is an outgrowth of the 2019 Grand Haven Hispanic Heritage Fiesta. We are creating a new 501c3 to continue and broaden the aims of last year’s Fiesta. We hope to celebrate the Hispanic Heritage and the Latinx members of our community and build bridges between the Hispanic community and the rest of the residents of the Tri-Cities area.

Get in touch:

Reyna Masko, Co-Chair
Rev. Dr. Jared Cramer, Co-Chair
St. John’s Episcopal Church
524 Washington Ave
Grand Haven, MI 49417
info@tcpuentes.org

Follow us:

541 (1.9%)

Hispanic Population in
Grand Haven (49417)

245 (1.4%)

Hispanic Population in
Spring Lake (49456)

72 (2.5%)

Hispanic Population in
Ferrysburg (49409)

Want to get connected?

It takes a lot of hands to put on our annual Grand Haven Hispanic Heritage Fiesta and do the work of the Tri-Cities Puentes Initiative. Click below to be added to our newsletter to get the latest about TCPI, keep updated with our programming, and find out how you can help us build bridges/puentes in our community.

Want to support us?

As we form our 501c3 corporation, make plans for the 2020 Grand Haven Hispanic Heritage Fiesta Week and begin preparing for other programing and opportunities, the support of individuals and corporations is essential. Click below to make a tax deductible donation to the work of the TCPI as we build bridges/puentes in our community.

What the TCPI is up to…

Funds Recipient for a Socially-Distanced Grand Haven Hispanic Heritage Fiesta Named

Last year, the first-ever Grand Haven Hispanic Heritage Fiesta brought thousands of people to Central Park for a day of celebrating the riches of the Hispanic heritage and culture present in our area. After expenses, the Fiesta made a donation of nearly $5,000 to the Migrant Resource Council, the largest gift that organization has everContinue reading “Funds Recipient for a Socially-Distanced Grand Haven Hispanic Heritage Fiesta Named”

Things Getting Real

Hi Friends of the TCPI, Things for the Tri-Cities Puentes Initiative are becoming more and more real. We have finalized our Articles of Incorporation—through the amazing work of a member of my parish, Nancy Collins, and are now sending them into the State of Michigan. This will enable Nancy to begin working on our 501c3Continue reading “Things Getting Real”

“You are not lucky to be here. The world needs your perspective. They are lucky to have you.”

Antonio Tijerino, President & CEO of the Hispanic Heritage Foundation