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Lansing Artist’s Work Featured on Digital Billboards

The Arts Council of Greater Lansing, in partnership with Adams Outdoor Advertising, is excited to announce the launch of its 2019/2020 “Art in the Sky” billboards, featuring the work of six Greater Lansing area artists. Now in its 10th year, the billboard program has afforded the Arts Council the opportunity to form a successful collaboration…

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Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce to Celebrate Small Business Saturday with Local Small Businesses

The Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce (LRCC) is honored to support the small business community in the tri-county region for the tenth annual Small Business Saturday, taking place this Saturday, Nov. 30. Created by American Express, the annual observance occurs the Saturday after Thanksgiving and supports small businesses nationwide to create a local and positive…

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Sparrow Carson Hospital Names Caregiver of the Month

Sparrow Carson Hospital is proud to recognize Jennifer Becher from Sparrow Medical Group Pediatrics as the October Caregiver of the Month. Becher is the Provider Practice Support Caregiver at SMG Pediatrics and received a nomination for the compassion she shows to Patients and her willingness to go above and beyond to make sure Patients’ needs…

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McLaren Greater Lansing Adds New Safety and Security Measures

You shouldn’t have to think about your safety while you or your loved one is receiving care at a hospital. That’s why McLaren Greater Lansing is adding to its already robust safety measures with new policies and procedures to help everyone on its campus. Patients can take comfort in newly added ceiling tiles that remind…

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Michael Stephenson Wins Leo A. Farhat Outstanding Attorney Award

On Nov. 14, East Lansing attorney Michael Stephenson was given the Ingham County Bar Association’s Leo A. Farhat Outstanding Attorney Award named after legendary Lansing-area attorney Leo A. Farhat, founder of the Farhat Story Law Firm. Stephenson is a partner at Willingham Coté, P.C., and specializes in medical malpractice defense. The Farhat Award is given…

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Peckham Names New Chief of Human Services

James Caleb Adams has been named Peckham’s Chief of Human Services, Adams will be responsible for leading the CARF-accredited Human Services line of business in vocational rehabilitation. Adams began his career at Peckham in 2005 as a Vocational Services Specialist and has worked in a variety of roles within the Human Services department. Most recently,…

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Community Encouraged to Volunteer with Mason Public Schools

Mason Public Schools (MPS) is excited to share opportunities for the public to get involved in our schools. Throughout the year, we often are asked by parents, grandparents and guardians of students how they can volunteer in our buildings. The District has worked on a plan to involve the community and is seeking community members…

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Annual Michigan International Speedway Cares Track and Toy Drive is Dec. 7

The holidays are about spending time with friends and family while giving gifts to those closest to us. The staff at Michigan International Speedway is getting in the holiday spirit Dec. 7 by giving back to those less fortunate in the area. The community is invited to the track to join in the festivities for…

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Fraser Trebilcock Welcomes Two New Attorneys to the Firm

Fraser Trebilcock is excited to announce the addition of two new attorneys to the firm: Amy S. Wolanin and Emily M. Vanderlaan. Amy and Emily worked at Fraser Trebilcock as law clerks while pursuing their law degrees from the Michigan State University College of Law. Before joining the firm, Amy was as an intern for…

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LEAP Public Art for Communities Grant Swings Pendulum in Favor of Charlotte

The pendulum of success swung in favor of the community Thursday in downtown Charlotte. Sitting at the center of a momentous blight reduction project in what will be called “Timepiece Park,” a new interactive permanent public art piece funded by the Lansing Economic Area Partnership’s (LEAP) Public Art for Communities (PAFC) grant program along with…

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