Mason 100+ Women give Grant to Historical Society

Mason 100+ Women Who Care, a local philanthropic group, has awarded its latest quarterly grant to the Mason Area Historical Society to replace the dying courthouse tree. “The Mason Area Historical Society is dedicated to preserving and sharing the stories of Mason,” said President Doug Klein. “The tree lighting is a long-standing and beloved tradition […]

O’Connor Occupational Therapy Services Announces New Hire

O’Connor Occupational Therapy Services has announced program growth with the addition of Tori Sparks, COTAL, BS, to provide adaptive/modified yoga as physical fitness and cognitive rehabilitation for patients served in its Old Town studio.   In addition to her background in exercise science, occupational therapy and 200 hours of yoga teacher training, Sparks brings 15 […]

NAI Mid-Michigan/TMN Commercial Announcements

Jeff Shapiro, principal with NAI Mid-Michigan/TMN Commercial, recently represented High Caliber Karting and Entertainment in the negotiation of its 75,000-square-foot lease to open a kart track entertainment venue in the former Younker’s Men’s space at Meridian Mall.  America’s Preferred Home Warranty, Inc. has entered into a long-term lease for 9,000 square feet at Clark Corners in DeWitt for […]

MSUFCU Earns Three CUNA Awards

Michigan State University Federal Credit Union (MSUFCU) received three awards out of 36 categories. There is an average of 1,200-plus entries each year. In the Membership Marketing category:  Credit Score Handout and Rock Star Credit mailer Explore Series to learn more about MSUFCU In the Direct Mail – Single or Series category: Freshman student mailers […]

McLaren Antimicrobial Stewardship Pharmacist Tackles Correct Antibiotic Use

In the 1940s the introduction of penicillin was considered one of the largest breakthroughs in medical history.  As much good as antibiotics have done, there is a staggering new epidemic possible that Brett Dragomer, antimicrobial stewardship pharmacist at McLaren Greater Lansing, is trying to get ahead of. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has […]

Dykema’s Lansing Office Adds Government Policy Advisor Tracy D. Winston

Dykema law firm announced the addition of Tracy D. Winston to its Government Policy & Practice Group as a government policy advisor in the firm’s Lansing office. Prior to joining Dykema, Winston served as Democratic Caucus policy advisor for the Michigan House of Representatives. “Tracy’s legislative process experience and ability to work with a wide […]

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