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The Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce (LRCC) is providing a comprehensive database of resources on its website to assist Lansing area businesses in adjusting and adapting to challenging circumstances brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. The resource page is located on the LRCC website, www.lansingchamber.org. “Our team has made a diligent effort to gather and…

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On Thursday, April 30, the Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce submitted a letter to the U.S. Department of Transportation urging to Joel, Szabat Assistant Secretary of Aviation and Internal Affairs, to express concern over Delta Airlines request seeking exemption from minimum service obligations for Capital Region International Airport (LAN). Below is the letter: Assistant Secretary…

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Parents looking for support while schools are using distance learning, can keep the learning going and sharpen students’ skills with locally-owned Sylvan Learning centers. Sylvan of Lansing, Sylvan of Brighton, Sylvan of Jackson and Sylvan of Grand Blanc have revamped their face-to-face tutoring and center-based services to offer digital services for students and parents to…

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Amid the evolving economic impact of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis, the Lansing Economic Area Partnership (LEAP) remains steadfast in supporting communities across the region by accessing and distributing relief funds as they become available. LEAP, with support from the PNC Foundation, announced a continued investment in public art and support for artist-entrepreneurs, by awarding…

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Natalie Wallas, a Senior from Grand Ledge High School was recently selected as a semifinalist in the United States Presidential Scholars Program. Nominated by MaryEllen Brocklehurst, student services coordinator and counselor at the Eaton RESA Career Preparation Center, Ms. Wallas has exemplified all the aspects of a Presidential Scholar. Ms. Wallas is a student in…

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The City of Lansing and the Capital Area United Way have partnered to mobilize the community and local resources to reach those in crisis amid the COVID-19 Pandemic. Teresa Kmetz, president of the Capital Area United Way together with Mayor Andy Schor from the City of Lansing are asking for everyone to come together and…

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To support organizations and communities throughout its international network, including the State of Michigan, Crestcom International, LLC proudly announces the launch of its Crestcom Cares initiative. For over 30 years, Crestcom has been dedicated to helping organizations and their leaders gain the skills needed to navigate the inevitable challenges of operating in a changing environment.  “We are committed to creating a better…

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Morgan Pray has been promoted to assistant manager of LAFCU’s West Lansing Branch. In her new position, Pray oversees branch operations, including teller and lending functions, and has staff supervisory responsibilities. “Morgan’s proven dedication and her extensive experience in serving members has earned her this promotion,” said Chrystal Murphy, assistant vice president of operations, West Lansing…

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In a letter to Governor Gretchen Whitmer and state lawmakers, The Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce (LRCC) has asked for a phased-in plan to restart the Michigan economy, beginning May 1. LRCC’s letter to state officials came as a result of a survey of Chamber members, which showed that the business community expects to continue…

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