Bowser is one of four people killed in Battle Creek this year, and half of those cases have no suspects, so his sister India Bowser and the Rev. Tino Smith from Kingdom Builders Worldwide Church worked together to come up with the telethon idea.
Battle Creek-based Kellogg's recently partnered with the National Federation of the Blind in an effort to help visually impaired children have the same access to read 'love notes' featured on their Rice Krispies Treats packages.
KCC says that the next Kellogg Advanced Manufacturing Assembly program begins September 17, and will run for four weeks. Training takes place from 8am to 4:30pm Monday through Friday through October 17.
The training is free for Battle Creek residents who meet certain income guidelines.