July 16, 2019 Contact: Pat Livingston, News Director(231) email@example.com YOUR VOICE, YOUR FUTURE – TOWN HALLOPIOIDS: A NATIONAL CRISIS Traverse City, MI – Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: SBGI) (“Sinclair”) announced that WPBN/WTOM TV 7&4 (NBC) and WGTU/WGTQ 29&8 (ABC) will produce and live stream on UpNorthLive.com, OPIOIDS: A National Crisis – Town Hall. The Town Hall will take place at 7:00 p.m., Tuesday, July 23, 2019 at the Milliken Auditorium on the campus of
August Blues on the Bay Concert Series at West Bay Beach, a Delamar Resort Take in a sunset dinner while enjoying live blues music at West Bay Beach as we welcome the Sweetwater Blues Band on our Bayside Stage from 7:00 to 9:30 pm on Tuesdays in August. August Jazz on the Bay Concert Series at West Bay Beach, a Delamar Resort Take in a sunset dinner while enjoying live jazz music at West Bay Beach as we welcome the Jeff Haas Jazz Trio featuring Laurie Sears and guests performing on our Bayside Stage
Program information for the last two weeks of July July 15 – Kayak Grass River, 9:00am – 11:30amThere is no better way to experience Grass River than by paddling its calm waters and enjoying its unique wildlife! On these guided tours, visitors explore Grass River by kayak and find out about GRNA’s conservation efforts, wetland plants, and wildlife. $25 per person, $45 with kayak rental. This program meets off-site at the end of Grass River Road off of M-88. No restrooms at launch site. More
LochenHeath Member and Traverse City resident, Ryan Brehm wins the LeCom Health Challenge and earns his PGA Tour card for 2019-2020 season. This will be Brehm’s second trip to the PGA Tour. Currently, he is fifth on the Korn Ferry Tour’s rankings with his win. The win comes a week after Brehm finished just one shot out of a playoff and bumps him to fifth on the tour's points list - putting him in position for a PGA Tour Card for the 2019-20 season. The top 25 on the Korn Ferry Tour points list earn full
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Your gifts in July will be DOUBLED! Thanks to our generous Board of Directors, every donation made during the month of July will be matched dollar-for-dollar, up to $7,500. This means your financial support will automatically go further to protect our clean, healthy water. Donating is easy. You can donate online here or send a check to The Watershed Center, 13272 S. West Bay Shore Drive, Traverse City, MI 49684. You're welcome to stop by and say hi,
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Susan Harrison Senior Vice President EXIT Realty Corp. Internationalsharrison@exitrealty.com 888-668-3948Marty Stevenson Joins EXIT Realty Paramount Traverse City, MI (Grassroots Newswire) July 3, 2019 - EXIT Realty Paramount is pleased to announce that Marty Stevenson has joined its growing team of dedicated real estate sales professionals. EXIT Realty Paramount, located at 13919 S. West Bay Shore Dr. Suite 104, Traverse City, Michigan (49684), is a proud member of
9&10 News to Host Cycles & Cider Fall Bike Ride9&10 News is hosting the inaugural Cycles and Cider on Saturday, October 5th. Purchase your tickets for the bike ride right online at 9and10news.com. Pricing for this event ranges from $35.00-$55.00 per rider. Kids under 10 years of age ride for free! 'Cider Riders' will be looking to hit the scenic and groomed White Pine Trail (Rails-to-Trails) for this featured 62 mile ride. The event ride starts at 9:00am for all riders. Riders will ride the trail to the
INTERLOCHEN CENTER FOR THE ARTS TO OFFER FREE PUBLIC GARDENING, ECOLOGY SEMINARSFrom June to October, Sustainability staff will lead monthly programs in composting, seed saving, native flora and fauna, and more.July 24 - Aquatic Native Communities at Green Lake & Duck LakeAre you familiar with the native aquatic flora and fauna surrounding Green and Duck Lakes? Are you able to identify which species are invasive? Are you curious about how we can help support and preserve the local aquatic communities of
NEWS RELEASE: June 12, 2019Honor Bank promotes Amanda Stacy to Branch Manager Honor, Mich. – Honor Bank is excited to announce the promotion of Amanda Stacy, to Branch Manager at the Lake Ann location. Amanda started her career with Honor Bank as a teller at the Honor location in 2015. Along with the responsibilities as branch manager, Amanda is the IRA Expert for the bank, and overseas the bank’s overdraft program for the Retail Department. “Amanda has been a shining star for quite some time now.
For Immediate ReleaseJune 2019 Home Builders Association announces 2019 Parade of Homes Award Winners Traverse City, MI – The Home Builders Association of the Grand Traverse Area (HBAGTA) is pleased to announce the award winners in their 2019 Parade of Homes. The event was held June 13th – 16th and featured new homes constructed by top area contractors, who are also HBA members. A panel of
In January, Grand Traverse Industries LIS’N (Local Interpreter Services Network) Coordinator received a request from a Kalkaska Middle Schooler for a presentation as part of a school projects on American Sign Language. The Middle Schooler, Matthew Jenkins, said he wanted to accomplish two things. He wanted to host an American Sign Language class that was open to the public and to raise money to put towards assistive technology for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. He wanted to raise awareness of the struggles
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEView this email in your browser Contact:Lisa Sitkins Marketing Consultant (231) firstname.lastname@example.org For Immediate Release Beach Trash Art ExhibitionSUTTONS BAY, MI, June 17, 2019 - Artist Deborah Hecht will showcase her Beach Trash Series in the Capt. Thomas M. Kelly Biological Station at 100 Dame Street, Suttons Bay, MI from June 21-July 20, 2019. The exhibit will
Sheren Plumbing & Heating of Petoskey will celebrate their first anniversary in June in their new location, and 40 years of serving customers in northern Michigan. Sheren Plumbing & Heating is located at 1860 U.S. 31 North in Petoskey and provides the highest quality design, engineering, and consultation from project inception to completion for both residential and commercial projects. “At Sheren Plumbing & Heating in addition to new build-out, emergencies are always a top priority. Mechanical equipment
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEFor more information, contact:Lauren Clemmer Christina CamaraThe Association for Accounting Marketing INSIDE Public Accounting(859) 402-9769 (401) 595-7144 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Holly Shier named AAM’s 2019 Marketer of the YearCarmel, Ind. (June 13, 2019) – Holly Shier, principal and chief marketing officer at Troy, Mich.-based Rehmann, has received the
July Blues on the Bay Concert Series at West Bay Beach Resort Join us on Tuesdays in July at West Bay Beach Resort as we welcome the Sweetwater Blues Band from 7:00 to 9:30 pm on the Patio! West Bay Beach provides free admission for our Live on the Bay Concert Series. July Jazz on the Bay Concert Series at West Bay Beach Resort Take in a sunset dinner while enjoying live jazz on the Patio at West Bay Beach Resort with the Jeff Haas Jazz Trio featuring Laurie Sears performing from 6:00 to 8:30 pm on
Magic Thursday Artists Summer 2019 Art Show Over 100 pieces of original artwork depicting the northern Michigan area created in oil, acrylic, watercolor, and pastel will be on display. The show will run July and August on Monday thru Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. A portion of proceeds from all sales benefits the historic City Opera House. Public welcome, admission is free.
New conspan bridge at Munson's Emergency Room EntranceIn conjunction with Munson Medical Center, The Watershed Center replaced two undersized culverts with an open-bottomed structure to improve fish habitat, water quality, and stream health along Kids Creek at the Munson Medical Center's Emergency Room entrance. During the work, water was rerouted and fish (including brook trout, Michigan's state fish) were relocated by hand. The project was funded by the Michigan Department of
May 2019 May 2019 Did you know that nearly 85% of woodland fires in the U.S. are caused by human error? Watch the video below for some good information on backyard burning. Fire Report Dashboard Click on the photo to see the most up to date fire reports from the MDNR. Burning Your Household Trash Does Not Make It
Crooked Tree Arts Center - Traverse City Announces“Bodies Of..." Juried Ceramics Exhibition and ProgrammingFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 2, 2019Printer-friendly Google Doc TRAVERSE CITY, MICHIGAN - Crooked Tree Arts Center - Traverse City has opened its new exhibition, “Bodies Of…” The show is a juried exhibition that aims to show not only exceptional examples of the ceramic craft today, but is a conceptual exploration of the medium. It features over 60 pieces by artists from throughout the Great
INTERLOCHEN ANNOUNCES 2019 SUMMER LINE-UPA summer of legends awaits attendees of Interlochen Arts Festival INTERLOCHEN - Interlochen Center for the Arts will launch its 2019 Interlochen Arts Festival season to the public on April 12. Highlights include Interlochen Arts Camp alumnus Josh Groban, returning audience favorites Diana Ross and Reba McEntire, country music superstars Lady Antebellum, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Peter Frampton on his farewell tour, and much more. While the season boasts a
DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA AND INTERLOCHEN CENTER FOR THE ARTS ANNOUNCE SUMMER CONCERT AND RESIDENCY, JULY 24-28Visit marks DSO’s first trip to Interlochen since 2006 INTERLOCHEN—Conductor Matthias Pintscher to conduct DSO concert at Interlochen on Saturday, July 27 Detroit, (March 25, 2019) – The Detroit Symphony Orchestra (DSO) and Interlochen Center for the Arts today announced the return of the DSO to the Interlochen campus for the first time since 2006. The DSO’s summer residency at Interlochen will
What do the Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra, the Smithsonian and Handel have in common? The answer is WATER. Bring the entire family to Raven Hill Discovery Center on Saturday, August 25th at 4pm and celebrate water with us. See the Smithsonian Museum on Main Street Water/Ways exhibit, enjoy the new Watershed Model and listen to the Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra play Handel’s Water Music. Water/Ways is open daily from 10am to 4pm. The open air concert begins at 4pm. Bring a lawn chair or blanket.