Grand Valley may refer to:
- United States
- Grand Valley (Colorado), along the Colorado River
- Grand Valley, Michigan
- Grand Valley, Pennsylvania
- Grand Valley State University in Allendale, Michigan
- Grand Valley State Lakers, this school's athletic program
- East Luther-Grand Valley, Ontario
- Grand Valley, better known as the Baliem Valley, Western New Guinea, home of the Dani people
Other articles related to "grand valley, grand, valley":
... Grand Valley is an unincorporated community in Tallmadge Charter Township in the U.S ... The community is on M-45 just east of the Grand River at 42°58′28″N 85°52′11″W / 42.97444°N 85.86972°W / 42.97444 -85.86972 ... The valley is about a mile (1.4 km) wide here and somewhat wider just to the south, with steep bluffs on the western and southern side of the river ...
... In 1972, Don Canham recommended Dufek for the position of athletic director at Grand Valley State University ... Dufek served as Grand Valley State's second athletic director from 1972-1976 ... Dufek helped turn Grand Valley into a sports power ...
... Rank Attendance Year Game result 1 16,467 2009 Grand Valley 38, Saginaw Valley 2. 15,139 2012 Grand Valley 83, Notre Dame (Ohio) 3. 15,004 2011 Grand Valley 44, Western Oregon 4. 14,612 2008 Grand Valley 31 ...
... Grand Valley/Luther Field Aerodrome (TC LID CGV2) is an aerodrome located 6 nautical miles (11 km 6.9 mi) north northwest of Grand Valley, Ontario, Canada ...
... Finnerty transferred to Grand Valley State University in 2002, but he did not play that season ... In 2003 he joined the Grand Valley Football team for his first year of eligibility as a freshman ...
Famous quotes containing the words valley and/or grand:
“Over the mountains
Of the moon,
Down the valley of the shadow,
Ride, boldly ride,
The shade replied,
If you seek for Eldorado!”
—Edgar Allan Poe (18091849)
“We are now going through a period of demolition. In morals, in social life, in politics, in medicine, and in religion there is a universal upturning of foundations. But the day of reconstruction seems to be looming, and now the grand question is: Are there any sure and universal principles that will evolve a harmonious system in which we shall all agree?”
—Catherine E. Beecher (18001878)