NOW HIRING: VOCAL DIRECTOR for youth theatre production of Disney’s The Little Mermaid. Director is:
1) They are responsible for everything related to the vocal music in a production including the soloists and chorus members.
2) Responsible run all of the vocal music rehearsals.
3) Paid a stipend.
4) Piano skills preferred.
5) Ability to work with young children preferred.
To receive an application please email email@example.com or call (906) 362-6453. Scheduling is flexible and primarily in the early evenings and on weekends depending upon conflicts.
July 2: Helen Newberry Joy Hospital (Newberry)
The U.P. Regional Blood Center, a service of Marquette General, will hold a Bloodmobile blood drive on Monday, July 2 at Helen Newberry Joy Hospital from 2 – 5:45 p.m. To schedule an appointment, please call Dana Wiljanen at (906) 293-9260.
July 7: Chassell Strawberry Festival (Chassell)
The U.P. Regional Blood Center, a service of Marquette General, will hold a Bloodmobile blood drive on Saturday, July 7 at the Chassell Strawberry Festival from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. No appointments necessary.
July 9: Northwoods Christian Camp (Pickford)
The U.P. Regional Blood Center, a service of Marquette General, will hold a blood drive on Monday, July 9 at Northwoods Christian Camp in Pickford from 3 – 6 p.m. To schedule an appointment, please call Gail Will at (906) 647-6101.
July 10: Curves (Escanaba)
The U.P. Regional Blood Center, a service of Marquette General, will hold a Bloodmobile blood drive on Tuesday, July 10 at Curves in Escanaba from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. To schedule an appointment, please call Jan Mortl at (906) 233-9196.
July 11: St. Paul’s Catholic Church (Negaunee)
The U.P. Regional Blood Center, a service of Marquette General, will hold a Bloodmobile blood drive on Wednesday, July 11 at St. Paul’s Catholic Church in Negaunee from 2 – 5:45 p.m. To schedule an appointment, please call Dave Guenther at (906) 475-4018.
July 13: Sault St. Marie High School (Sault St. Marie)
The U.P. Regional Blood Center, a service of Marquette General, will hold a Bloodmobile blood drive on Friday, July 13 at Sault St. Marie High School for the Relay for Life from 4 – 7 p.m. To schedule an appointment, please call Becky Carrie at (906) 630-3338.
July 15: LaBelles Inn (Spalding)
The U.P. Regional Blood Center, a service of Marquette General, will hold a Bloodmobile blood drive on Sunday, July 15 at LaBelles Inn in Spalding from 1 – 5 p.m. To schedule an appointment, please call Debbie Pitts at (906) 497-5723.
July 17: Aspirus Grand View (Ironwood)
The U.P. Regional Blood Center, a service of Marquette General, will hold a Bloodmobile blood drive on Tuesday, July 17 at Aspirus Grand View in Ironwood from 11 a.m. – 2:30p.m. To schedule an appointment, please call Geneva Smiles at (906) 932-6208.
July 18: The Blanchard Center (Manistique)
The U.P. Regional Blood Center, a service of Marquette General, will hold a Bloodmobile blood drive on Wednesday, July 18 at the Blanchard Center in Manistique from 1 – 5:15p.m. To schedule an appointment, please call the U.P. Regional Blood Center at (800) 491-4483.
July 20: Maplewood Baptist Academy (Kinross)
The U.P. Regional Blood Center, a service of Marquette General, will hold a Bloodmobile blood drive on Friday, July 20 at Maplewood Baptist Academy in Kinross from 3 – 6 p.m. To schedule an appointment, please call Dawn Miller at (906) 495-1572
How to do Business with Prime Contractors & TACOM Plus TARDEC Dual Use Technology Conference – June 7, 2012
Houghton, Michigan - Presentation from the U.S. Army Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center (TARDEC). This presentation will provide an overview of TARDEC and will discuss several partnership opportunities. The Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) programs will be discussed in detail.
Presentation from the U.S. Army Tank Automotive and Armament Command (TACOM). The presentation will include tips and insights on opportunities for contracting and subcontracting with the TACOM Life Cycle Management Command, the largest Federal procurement agency in Michigan.
Panel discussion with prime contractors and government agencies. They’ll answer questions about how to do business with prime contractors. Featuring General Dynamics Land Systems (GDLS) and Oshkosh Defense along with other government contractors. An opportunity will be provided for networking with GDLS, Oshkosh Defense, TARDEC and the other organizations at the event.
Procurement Technical Assistance Centers provide assistance with selling products and services to the federal, state, and local government. PTAC services include: Conferences, training, and individual counseling. PTACS provide market research, technical data, solicitation response and post award assistance. Your local PTAC office can help you access this dynamic market.
June 7, 2012
1:00 – 5:00pm
Michigan Technological University
Memorial Union Building
1503 Townsend Drive
Houghton, MI 49931
Cost and Registration:
To register, contact
Don Makowski at: firstname.lastname@example.org
There’s no fee to attend .
Space is limited!
This conference will provide business owners, managers and staff an opportunity to attend valuable professional and business development break-out sessions. The day will also highlight trends and current news in the tourism industry. “Lighten UP” and take advantage of valuable networking time to share information and tactics.
May 29th- Golf Scramble - Sweetgrass Golf Course
Open to All: Business After Hours/Reception and Business Showcase Displays – Island Resort & Casino
May 30th- Tourism Conference, Professional Development Workshops and Business Showcase – Island Resort & Casino
Keynote: Bruce Goddard – Lighten UP! A View from a Hearse
He will make you laugh. He will make you cry. But above all, he will make you thankful for the true blessings of life and doing business in a small community.
Luncheon Keynote: David Lorenz, Manager, Public and Industry Relations, Travel Michigan; David oversees Travel Michigan’s public relations activities- the official State of Michigan tourism promotion agency. He also manages Travel Michigan’s efforts in the areas of international marketing, packaged travel, conventions and meetings, industry relations, golf and sports-event promotion.
- Customer Service Excellence
- Social Media
- Low Cost Business Marketing
- Grants and Resources
- Community Collaboration
- Tourism Success Stories
- Industry Concerns
- Business Promotion and Advertising
- And more!
- $59.00 admission includes continental breakfast and lunch
- $99.00 showcase booth includes one conference registration
- $49.00 golf scramble and reception to follow (May 29th)
- $59 special lodging rate includes:
- Gaming package
Register ONLINE or call (906) 786-2192 for more information.
MARQUETTE, Mich.— Martha Haynes was promoted to vice president for advancement, effective
July 1, at today’s NMU Board of Trustees meeting. Haynes oversees the NMU Foundation and the NMU Alumni Association. She becomes NMU’s third vice president, along with Gavin Leach in Finance and Administration and Paul Lang in Academic Affairs.
NMU President Les Wong said one of the goals in the Road Map to 2015, the university’s strategic plan, is to double the size of the institution’s endowment and significantly expand corporate giving as a means to support university innovation and student success.
“The Road Map to 2015 identifies major goals for NMU directly bearing on the work of the Foundation. Under Martha Haynes’ leadership, the Advancement Office has developed and implemented a plan for substantially increasing corporate and private foundation support to Northern,” said Wong. “Martha has helped significantly increase the collaboration between the NMU Foundation, the Alumni Office and Academic Affairs. Fundraising efforts are on a growth path and she has led the reorganization of the unit to include a comprehensive corporate gift plan, a new effort for which we have high expectations. All of these achievements are key components of the Road Map. The promotion in title to vice president reflects both her achievements and the high expectations we have for her and her unit.”
Haynes came to NMU as the director of Alumni Relations in 1999. She became executive director of advancement in 2003. Prior to NMU she worked in cooperative extension and advancement roles at Iowa State University from 1988-99. She holds a bachelor’s degree in recreation from ISU and a master’s in elementary education from Drake University.
“I sincerely appreciate the title change to vice president and believe it recognizes the importance of the work of the Advancement Office,” said Haynes. “This change will help current and prospective donors and university partners more clearly understand the organizational relationship of Advancement to the President’s Office. I look forward to working even more closely with the president and the NMU Board of Trustees in the areas of fundraising, stewardship and alumni relations.”