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PAGE 8 UPPER PENINSULA BUSINESS TODAY JANUARY 2018
Do You Know A Delta
Force Candidate?
ESCANABA — In October, the 13th Delta Force Leadership class graduated with 24 students. Delta Chamber of Commerce, along with community sponsors have made this program a continuing success, hav- ing trained and inspired nearly 300 community leaders over the years.
Delta Force is an intensive leader- ship program designed to build knowledge, skills and inspiration in participants; challenging them to assume leadership roles on boards, commissions or community elected positions. Over 10 months partici- pants meet once a month to delve into one single facet of leadership.
The program focuses on developing knowledge and skill development in areas such as; education, public safe- ty, criminal justice, economic devel- opment, health and human services, local government and the political process, while building character with an ethical and compassionate approach to problem solving and decision making.
All sessions are designed to be high- ly interactive and thought provoking. Students are introduced to commu- nity leaders, visit local businesses and hold group discussions. They are encouraged to question what they are learning and to expand their own beliefs. This year one of the graduat- ing students said, “I’ve lived here all my life. I thought I knew everything there was to know about this won- derful place. Boy...was I wrong about that, and that doesn’t even scratch the surface of what is going on in this community. Delta Force has taught me not to judge a book by its cover but to open that front cover and dig in. What you will find are some amazing people who are going out of their way to change lives and our local economy.
Another participant said, “I now have a better grasp of how leadership ripples out to affect my community. Together we can have an impact.”
We are now at the time of enrolling participants for the next year’s pro- gram. Our challenge to you is to help identify emerging leaders and encourage them to participate in the program. Who benefits from the Delta Force Program? Obviously the participants do as they learn ways in which they can influence positive change in our community, but so do our local businesses and community at large. Do you have someone with-
in your business that has what it takes to become one of the next lead- ers in our community? Would you consider sponsoring them?
Know someone who would benefit
from the program? Nominate or
encourage them to become involved.
Contact Delta Chamber of
Commerce for more information
and an application AT 906-786-
2192 or www.Deltami.org. ----------------------------
Cassic Auto Collision
Attends SEMA Show
ESCANABA — Classic Auto Collision owner Scott Fritz and General Manager Scott Peterson attended the 2017 SEMA show in Las Vegas recently.
The SEMA show is the premier auto-
motive specialty products trade event
in the world drawing in the indus-
try’s brightest minds and hottest
products to one place. Fritz and
Peterson attended educational semi-
nars learning about the latest indus-
try updates and advanced technology
on today’s newer model vehicles,
product demonstrations, special
events and created additional net-
working opportunities. ----------------------------
Northern Sun Winery
Wins Award
BARK RIVER — Northern Sun Winery has been notified of its recent Best of Class awards from the 2017 Harvest Challenge in Sonoma, Calif. Along with the Best of Class the Bark River area winery also received two silver and one bronze medals for its entries.
Earning the Best of Class awards were their 2016 Northern Sun Sur- Lie Frog each won a silver medal and a 2016 Northern Sun Sole Di Sera won a bronze medal.
The Harvest Challenge had over 1,025 entries this year, from Canada, New York, Argentina, Australia and all parts in between including the Upper Peninsula. They awarded 54 best of class, 37 double gold, and 145 gold medals.
Northern Sun Winery of Bark River, is owned and run by Dave and Susan Anthony. Founded in June of 2012 they produce cold climate estate grown grapes on 5.5 acres. Wine tasting and tours are available during the summer and during the fall and winter their hours are Thursday through Sunday from 1 to 6 p.m. EST through Christmas or by
chance appointment. Wines are also available at Pats Super Valu in Gladstone,. Made in Marquette or at Upper Peninsula Inspired in Munising.
They also hold concerts in the vine- yard during the summer and encour- age local volunteers to help with the harvest, building community spirit and investment into the winery and its wines.
Located at 983 10th Road, Bark
River, MI 49807 or you can check
them out on Facebook or northern-
sunwinery@mail.com or
906.399.9212. ----------------------------
Access Psychological
welcomes Manlick
ESCANABA — Access Psychological announces the addi- tion of Dr. Christopher F. Manlick, Ph.D. to its professional staff. Dr. Manlick received his Ph.D. in coun- seling psychology from the University of Iowa. He has trained in a variety of settings including a uni- versity counseling center and the Milwaukee VA Medical Center. While completing his post-doctoral fellowship at the VA residential reha- bilitation center in Milwaukee, Dr. Manlick worked with patients deal- ing with trauma, co-morbid disor- ders, and substance abuse issues. Today, his practice serves all mem- bers of the community with empha- sis on veterans and student popula- tions from middle school through college. Dr. Manlick is available for individual, group, and couples thera- py. The scope of his practice includes: PTSD and trauma, rela- tionship issues depression, emotional coping, anxietyself-harm behaviors, addiction, veteran’s issues, obsessive compulsive behaviors, athlete pres- sures, voice hearing, academic con- cerns bipolar disorder, and life transi- tions.
Additionally, Dr. Manlick is available for differential diagnosis assessments for other providers as well as special- ized assessments and treatment plans required by the courts. Access Psychological has offices in Munising, Marquette, and L’Anse,with future offices to be located in Houghton and Escanaba. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Manlick call Access Psychological at 906-228-8881.
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