(MUSKEGON, MI) – The State Court Administrative Office’s Child Welfare Services Division and the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services are planning to celebrate successful efforts at family reunification as part of Michigan’s contribution to National Reunification Month in June. The Muskegon County Courts, sponsored by the Muskegon County Bar Association, will celebrate Reunification Day on Thursday, June 16th in an effort to recognize families and the many professionals who support them in having their children successfully returned home from foster care. Michigan Supreme Court Justice Elizabeth M. Welch will be the Keynote Speaker. Awards will be presented by Chief Judge Pittman and Justice Welch. 1) The Honorable John C. Ruck Award for Outstanding Dedication to Reunification will be presented to Muskegon County Foster Care Workers. 2) The Honorable Neil G. Mullally Award for Outstanding Reunification Services will be presented to foster families. In addition, the celebration aims to recognize and honor all families that have been reunified.