The Lucy Ann Lance Show, 1290 WLBY – Tuesday, June 18, 2013

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Doug Armstrong

 

 


New Camp to Provide  Fun for Seriously Ill Children
– Doug Armstrong, CEO, North Star Reach – This new camp offers life-changing camp experiences for children with serious health issues and their families.  A groundbreaking at North Star Reach’s property in the Pinckney area will happen later this year with the first campers expected in 2015.  It will become the ninth U.S. camp in the SeriousFun Network of camps started by the late actor Paul Newman.
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Bob Pierce and Dan Righter

 

 

 

Chelsea Area Chamber of CommerceBob Pierce, Chamber Executive Director; Dan Righter, Owner, Chelsea ATA A new martial arts studio in Chelsea is owned by a husband and wife duo, who are both black belts.  Dan and Brandy Righter opened Chelsea ATA less than a year ago.  With programs for four year-olds up to adults, they teach self defense and life skills through the American Taekwondo Association, the largest martial arts organization in the world.
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Larry Eiler and Yan Ness

Larry FreedRe:New Michigan:  Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award Finalists  – Larry Eiler, CEO, Eiler Communications; Larry Freed, President/CEO, Foresee Results; Yan Ness, Co-CEO, Online Tech – Three Ann Arbor area CEOs are finalists in this year’s Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award.  They are Larry Freed of Foresee Results, Yan Ness of Online Tech, and Peter Orr of MedHub.  The 33 finalists will be honored at an awards gala later this week when the winners will be announced.
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Paul Larned and Kristine Reed

 

 

West Washtenaw Business Association:  What Businesses Needs to Know About Insurance – Paul Larned, WWBA Board; Kristine Reed, Ann Arbor Insurance Centre - When is the last time you did a risk analysis for your business?  Learn about your professional liabilities, your exposure to risk, and how you can protect your business.  Ann Arbor Insurance Centre was started in 1980 and was recently purchased by University Bank and merged with their Independent Agency,University Insurance & Investment Services.
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Tom Ivacko

 

 


Policy Makers Want Engaged Residents With Limits: Tom Ivacko, Administrator/ Program Manager, UM Ford School’s Center for Local, State, and Urban Policy (CLOSUP)
Most local government leaders in Michigan believe residents should provide input into policymaking, but relatively few think they should be deeply involved, according to a University of Michigan survey.  This is one of several reports on the opinions of Michigan’s local government leaders regarding citizen engagement in their jurisdictions.
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