Wednesday, April 25, 2012 is the fourth anniversary of the River Country Journal.
The online publication was launched on April 25, 2008 with the posting of a story reporting that the Village of Constantine and Riverside Elementary School had received tree seedlings to enhance that ‘River Country’ community.
This story, noting the anniversary, brings to count of postings since then to 10,168 – and all of them are available through the website archives. (To view the first post, click on the following link: Village of Constantine and Riverside Elementary receive tree seedlings.)
Much has happened with the RCJ in the interim, including the recent addition of a RESOURCE DIRECTORY to provide readers with helpful information and to offer advertisers – businesses and organizations – an affordably-priced way to gain 24/7 exposure via the Internet. (To visit the RESOURCE DIRECTORY, click here.)
Noting the anniversary, Bruce Snook, editor/publisher of the online publication and president of River Country Journal LLC, said, “The River Country Journal is a work in progress and will remain so as time goes by. I’m very thankful to readers for their interest and support and to those who have submitted material for publication. I encourage others to do so as well. Together, we can make the River Country Journal an even more valuable resource for ‘Celebrating and nurturing life in Southwest Michigan’s River Country’.” He also expressed appreciation to those who are stepping forward in increasing numbers to advertise in the RESOURCE DIRECTORY.