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Delta Dental Hosts Big Success for Ronald McDonald Run!

Michigan Business Beat
March 30, 2017 4:00 PM

Jeffrey Mosher welcomes back Executive Director of the Ronald McDonald House of Mid-Michigan Carolyn Hurst and Claire Doroh Corporate Citizenship Specialist of Delta Dental of Michigan for a recap of the 2017 Run for the House.

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The Lansing Promise Continues its Success!

Michigan Business Beat
March 7, 2017 1:00 PM

Chris Holman welcomes Justin Sheehan, Executive Director, Lansing Promise, to get updates on this education opportunity. The Lansing Promise provides post secondary access to school by breaking down the financial barriers. The Lansing Promise has the support of local businesses and community to give our next generation the opportunity for an education and success. Justin puts it as, “Our kids, our community, our promise, and our future.”

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New Dental Clinic Available in Downtown Lansing

Michigan Business Beat
March 1, 2017 2:00 PM

In this set we have part two of Jeffrey Mosher’s coverage of the recent Grand Opening of the Delta Dental Foundation's dental clinic located at the Volunteers of America Michigan location on Larch Avenue in downtown Lansing. Included in these are excerpts are remarks delivered before the “Floss” Ribbon Cutting. The clinic is set to serve 2,000 patients a year. It houses four dental chairs, X-ray equipment, and a rotation of skilled dental professionals. The clinic will address a critical need for a population that experiences daily pain, lost teeth, poor nutrition and whole body disease that results from poor oral health.

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MLK Panel Part 1 of 4

Equity Equals
February 28, 2017 9:00 AM

In honor of Black History Month, Equity Equals features a panel entitled “Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the future of Black America,” at Michigan State University James Madison College. Dr. King’s last book, ‘Where Do We Go from Here: Chaos or Community’ [1967] was referenced by panelists including Dr. Robert Green and Dr. Theodore Ransaw in assessing the socio-economic and political standing of black Americans today, 50 years since the publication of King’s last book.  The Question: Are Black Americans moving forward, backwards or standing still/frozen in time?

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2016 MFEA Highlights and More!

Party @ MI Place
February 13, 2017 11:00 AM

Jeffrey Mosher (Michigan Business Network Operations Director) and Sue Bila brought back memories of MFEA Conventions past. Also of attending the 25th. Silver Anniversary Convention later this year – November 2-5, 2017 at the Grand Traverse Resort in Traverse City/Acme. They also spoke of the important role festivals & events have in the successful positioning of “Social Equity” within our communities.

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Indoor Art Fest Proves to be Success!

Party @ MI Place
February 13, 2017 10:00 AM

Sue Bila welcomes Jackie McMahon of the Great Lakes Art Fair to share the concept of the Great Lakes Art Fair and its’ success.

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Get Ready for the 2017 Bay Rama Fishfly Festival!

Party @ MI Place
February 10, 2017 5:30 PM

Host Sue Bila of Party @ MI Place talks with Lisa Edward about the Bay Rama Fishfly Festival coming up June 21 – 25, 2017.

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The Impact of Arts and Culture within a Festival

Party @ MI Place
February 10, 2017 4:30 PM

Host Sue Bila talks with John Bracey of the Michigan Council for Arts & Cultural Affairs about the many facets of ART within a festival.  They also discussed the importance of supporting the ARTS of Michigan and to download the impressive - free MI Art Tours.

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White House MBK Summit Part 3

Equity Equals
February 7, 2017 2:00 PM

MBK White House Summit
Youth Voices Drive Policy & Systems Transformation

This Episode of Equity Equals features excerpts from the MBK White House Summit which took place December 14th. 

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Good for Grand Rapids

Around the State
February 7, 2017 1:00 PM

“Good for Grand Rapids” is a Local First initiative that brings together and celebrates companies using business as a force for good. These companies have a demonstrated commitment to positive environmental and social change in Grand Rapids and beyond. “Good for Grand Rapids” inspires, equips and celebrates Grand Rapids companies that create high-quality jobs, stronger communities and a healthier Great Lakes region. It offers resources and best practices for sustainability and social good. “Good for Grand Rapids” welcomes and encourages all companies to participate, even if they don’t decide to become a certified B-Corp.

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