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DECEMBER 2018
UPPER PENINSULA BUSINESS TODAY
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816 ASHMUN STREET - SUITE 1 (906) 632-1500 P.O. BOX 758 FAX: (906) 632-3220 SAULT STE. MARIE, MI 49783
www.sidockgroup.com “A Sidock Company”
“Where Elders Come To LIFE!”
Powers, Michigan
906-497-5244
www.pinecrestmcf.org
Northland Scholars
Academy Opens in
Dunbar
DUNBAR, Wis. — Northland Scholars Academy had a ribbon-cut- ting ceremony with the Dickinson Area Chamber of Commerce in October to celebrate their newly opened college preparatory boarding school.
Northland Scholars Academy opened Aug. 15 under the executive leadership of President Jeff Kahl, Vice President John Twohig and Head of School Robert King, along with teachers and support staff.
Formerly known as Northland International University, the academy is an international, college-preparato- ry, dual-enrollment boarding school for high school students in grades 9 through 12. This traditional, conser- vative American school serves a global constituency regardless of national or faith traditions.
On a 600-acre campus dedicated to Christian camping since 1959, stu- dents from around the world also experience the auxiliary camp facilities and activities outside the classroom. The academy actively recruits from 35 countries and anticipates enrollment to reach 400 students by 2020.
The academy features credentialed teachers, emerging classroom tech- nologies, accredited and high-level curriculum choices, AP classes and partnerships with numerous colleges and universities, including Bay College and the University of Wisconsin.
The academy prioritizes enrollment to students who are dedicated to edu- cational excellence and personal devel- opment and who desire to impact the world in high school.
Northland Scholars Academy also offers summer and winter language and adventure programs.
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Community Foundation Of The Upper Peninsula
Mr. Greg Sudderth, Chair of the Upper Peninsula Sustainable Forest and Wildlife Fund (UPSF & W) Grants Committee, announced the recipients of the funds Fall grants
round in 2018. Those receiving grants are: American Bird Conservancy (Improving Forest Health for at-risk wildlife in the U.P.); Delta County Search and Rescue (SnowDog Accessory Purchase); Menominee Conservation District (Deer Exclosure Demonstration); Society of American Foresters (Forestry You Tube Videos); DeYoung Family Zoon (Chimp Project) and 906 Adventure Team (Adventure Bike Club).
Committee Chair Sudderth stated, “Our committee is grateful for the foresight of the former Mead Corporation for their desire to have a partnership with their employees; U.P. Sports men and women and the youth of the Upper Peninsula. We are a committee under the auspices of the Community foundation of the Upper Peninsula. It is our mission to foster a better understanding of our forests and wildlife as well as assist U.P. resi- dents, including our youth, to become more active and enjoy the outdoors as much as is possible”.
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UPHS Welcomes Podiatrist Brad Benson
MARQUETTE - UP Health System - Marquette is pleased to wel- come podiatrist Brad Benson, DPM. Dr. Benson grew up in Marquette before earning his undergraduate degree at Northern Michigan University. He went to Medical School at Kent State University and did his residency at St. Vincent Charity Medical Center/Case Western Reserve.
“My family and I had a strong pull the area having grown up in Marquette,” Dr. Benson said. “My wife and I moved away to the city for medical school and residency training always knowing that we wanted to relocate back to a more rural area to help care for the community and raise our daughter. Marquette was the per- fect place.
Dr. Benson recently served as a Podiatric Medicine/Surgery Resident at St. Vincent Charity Medical Center. He is certified in Basic Life Support and Advanced Cardiac Life Support, and he has an Ohio Medical
Training License. Dr. Benson is also a member of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons, American P0diatric Medical Association and Ohio Foot and Ankle Medical Association.
“My training provided me with a diverse background in all foot and ankle problems and I am confident in treating the majority of cases that will come through the door. That being said, one of my passions is limb sal- vage, especially in the diabetic cohort. I would love to continue on with the work, which has been started in mak- ing Marquette the regional location for managing these complex patients.”
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Phelps and Schultz Receive Bank Awards Of Excellence
Laura Phelps and Hailey Schultz have received The Stephenson National Bank & Trust (SNBT) Award of Excellence. Created in 1988, the award is given to two employees annually. Recipients are nominated by their co-workers for demonstrating excellence in customer service, relia- bility, responsiveness to customersí and bank employeesí needs, superior job knowledge, professionalism, moti- vation, and productivity.
The first award, given to Laura Phelps, recognizes her excellent cus- tomer service and the welcoming atmosphere she provides for employ- ees and customers. Phelps is the Customer Call Care Center Supervisor at SNBTís Marinette Office. She is responsible for ensuring that each customer is treated with respect and is provided immediate support.
The second award was given to Hailey Schultz for being the true go to person at SNBT. Schultz is the Human Resources Assistant at the Marinette Office. She is responsible for assisting all SNBT employees with policies, procedures, and work-related issues.
The Stephenson National Bank & Trust is a 144-year old independent community bank with over $1 billion in Bank, Mortgage, and Trust & Investment assets under management. Offices are located in Marinette, Wausaukee, Crivitz, Pembine, and Oconto, Wis. and Menominee, Mich. with a Trust & Investment Office in Marquette, Mich. For more informa- tion about The Stephenson National Bank & Trust visit www.snbt.com.


































































































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