GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) - Rachael had fun in the sun with a quick trip to Miami to start the new year. Terri takes on some new goals for the new year including one that will stretch out for 24 months - her quest to read the entire Bible! She shares some tips for keeping New Year's resolutions, too. If losing weight is one of them, you may want to stay away from HopCat on January 12. That's the day HopCat is celebrating their 5th anniversary by giving away Crack Fries and having a Crack Fries Eating Contest. Sign up to chow or stop by to wish say, "Congrats!"
Tips for Making Resolutions Stick
-Put them in writing
-Make your goals simple & attainable
-Partner with a friend
Happy 5th Anniversary, HopCat!
Free Crack Fries and Crack Fries Eating Contest
(one order per person with purchase)
Crack Fries Eating Contest at 3 p.m.
January 12, Noon - 5 p.m.
No Cover Charge
25 Ionia AVe SW
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