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Lakeshore Community to Celebrate the United Way and its 100 Years on May 10th at the Frauenthal: RSVP to attend HUGE, Free Event, Open to Public

(Muskegon, MI)  The community is invited to celebrate the United Way of the Lakeshore’s 100th year of service in the Greater Muskegon Lakeshore communities. Starting as the Muskegon War Chest in 1918, it established the Community Chest to serve the families of our troops and others across our community. The past 100-year history of the local United Way has consistently embodied its current mission—uniting to inspire change and build thriving communities.  Bringing together agencies, donors, advocates, and volunteers to identify and address the most pressing area human service needs has been the hallmark of the United Way.  Workplace campaigns over the years have raised funds from individuals to be directed to local community human service programs through a rigorous review and investment grant process in order to garner the greatest community impact.  After several changes in name and structure, the original War and Community Chest has evolved into a three-county human service agency. Its territory encompasses Muskegon, Oceana and Newaygo counties, more than thirty-six hundred square miles, with a population of nearly a quarter-million.

 

Today, 40 percent of families in the region are in need of help to meet their basic needs. To serve these families, in 2017 United Way of the Lakeshore raised in excess of $2 million in contributions from more than 7,000 caring donors to support programs in education, income stability, and health.  The public is invited to recognize and celebrate 100 years of caring, as event participants revel in the agency ’s history through a walk across time that shares key stakeholders, agency partners, and community outcomes.  Participants will have hors d’oeuvres to nibble on, including delicious favorites from across the decades, and a cash bar. There will be a Silent Auction full of unique gifts and amazing experiences. Attendees will be delighted by live entertainment. This is an event that is truly a once in a century experience!

 

WHO:                   Public invited

WHAT:                 Free event to celebrate 100 years of service by the United Way of the Lakeshore

DATE:                    May 10, 2018

TIME:                    5—8 p.m.

PLACE:                  Frauenthal Center

425 West Western Ave., Suite 200

Muskegon, MI 49440

VISUALS:  Time line and artifacts by the decades; participants in period costumes – including a chance to meet historical characters resurrected for this special event; 100-year video montage; and annual report with graphs.

RSVP:                    Visit www.unitedwaylakeshore.org/100years for more information and to RSVP.

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 20, 2018

CONTACT:  K.P. Pelleran, 231-332-4017 or kp@unitedwaylakeshore.org

Lakeshore Community to Celebrate the United Way and its 100 Years on May 10th at the Frauenthal: RSVP to attend HUGE, Free Event, Public Welcome!

The community is invited to celebrate the United Way of the Lakeshore’s 100th year of service in the Greater Muskegon Lakeshore communities. Starting as the Muskegon War Chest in 1918, it established the Community Chest to serve the families of our troops and others across our community. The past 100-year history of the local United Way has consistently embodied its current mission—uniting to inspire change and build thriving communities. Bringing together agencies, donors, advocates, and volunteers to identify and address the most pressing area human service needs has been the hallmark of the United Way. Workplace campaigns over the years have raised funds from individuals to be directed to local community human service programs through a rigorous review and investment grant process in order to garner the greatest community impact. After several changes in name and structure, the original War and Community Chest has evolved into a three-county human service agency. Its territory encompasses Muskegon, Oceana and Newaygo counties, more than thirty-six hundred square miles, with a population of nearly a quarter-million. Today, 40 percent of families in the region are in need of help to meet their basic needs. To serve these families, in 2017 United Way of the Lakeshore raised in excess of $2 million in contributions from more than 7,000 caring donors to support programs in education, income stability, and health. The public is invited to recognize and celebrate 100 years of caring, as event participants revel in the agency’s history through a walk across time that shares key stakeholders, agency partners, and community outcomes. Participants will have hors d’oeuvres to nibble on, including delicious favorites from across the decades, and a cash bar. There will be a Silent Auction full of unique gifts and amazing experiences. Attendees will be delighted by live entertainment. This is an event that is truly a once in a century experience!

 

WHO: Public invited
WHAT: Free event to celebrate 100 years of service by the United Way of the Lakeshore
DATE: May 10, 2018
TIME: 5—8 p.m.
PLACE: Frauenthal Center
425 West Western Ave., Suite 200
Muskegon, MI 49440

VISUALS: Time line and artifacts by the decades; participants in period costumes – including a chance to meet historical characters resurrected for this special event; 100-year video montage; and annual report with graphs.
RSVP: Visit www.unitedwaylakeshore.org/100years for more information and to RSVP.

 

Nationally Recognized Summer STEM Program Coming to Your Area

Nationally Recognized Summer STEM Program Coming to Reeths-Puffer Intermediate School
Camp Invention® Inspires Local K-6 Students to Become Future Innovators

 

Muskegon, MI (Grassroots Newswire) – April 19, 2018 — Camp Invention, a nationally recognized, nonprofit summer enrichment camp program, is coming to Reeths-Puffer Intermediate School the week of June 25 – June 29, 2018.

 

A program of the National Inventors Hall of Fame (NIHF), in partnership with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, Camp Invention challenges children in Grades K-6 to find their “inner inventor” by learning the process of innovation. Using hands-on activities, Camp Invention promotes science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) learning; builds resourcefulness and problem-solving skills; and encourages entrepreneurship — in a fun and engaging environment.

 

Each year, the program features a new curriculum inspired by some of our nation’s most brilliant inventors — the NIHF Inductees. This year’s Fast Forward curriculum features several video challenges from these Inductees encouraging children to be confident in their ideas and explore their innovativeness. These hands-on activities include:

 

* Optibot™: Campers will launch into the future with their own Optibot — a small self-driving robot that senses changes in light.
* Robotic Pet Vet™: Throughout this module, campers nurse their robotic puppy back to health and design and build dog parks as they hammer out ideas for the best park attraction.
* Mod My Mini Mansion™: Campers will dream up and design their very own futuristic smart home filled with gadgets, LEDs, technology and innovations!
* Stick To It™: Campers will invent something new every day as they explore what it is like to be a physicist, engineer and entrepreneur. Young innovators will invent, make and craft solutions to real-world challenges by building their own prototypes and discovering that anything is possible.

 

At the end of the program, each camper will bring home two personalized robots! Learn more about this year’s all-new curriculum.

 

All local Camp Invention programs are facilitated and taught by certified educators who reside and teach in the community. Camp Invention serves more than 140,000 students every year and partners with nearly 1,700 schools and districts across the nation. For additional information or to find a camp near you, visit campinvention.org.

 

About Camp Invention:
Camp Invention is the only nationally recognized summer program focused on creativity, innovation, real-world problem solving and the spirit of invention. Through hands-on programming, Camp Invention encourages children entering kindergarten through sixth grade to explore science, technology, engineering and mathematics curriculum inspired by some of the world’s greatest inventors. Since 1990, our education programs have served more than 1.3 million children, and 125,000 teachers and Leadership Interns. Regional program sponsors include the United States Patent and Trademark Office, MiSTEM Advisory Council , Dow Corning Foundation, AIPLA Public Education Committee , and Duck Tape® brand duct tape.

 

 

Wells-Index Relocating Production and Headquarters to Muskegon Heights

Muskegon Heights, Michigan February 6th, 2018- The City of Muskegon Heights continues to fill in the map and grow its business base with the addition of Wells-Index, a Muskegon-based producer of manual and CNC milling machines. Wells Index is currently the only US manufacturer still producing milling machines in the United States, and has been producing milling machines for the last 80 years.

 

The company will be relocating from a leased space at 701 W. Clay Avenue to a 17,000 square foot facility located at 2608 Sanford Street which will serve as its production facility and corporate headquarters. The space was most recently occupied by Strong Industrial Supply, which moved to Norton Shores in 2010.

 

Building owner Ted Losee founded Strong Industrial Supply and operated his business at the Sanford location until his retirement, and has maintained stewardship of the building awaiting a proper owner to purchase the site. Upon closing on the building he released the following statement:

 

“For 43 years we have taken pride in our city, our building, and our location in Muskegon Heights. A special thanks to Mr. Eckholm our City Manager for assistance in attracting WellsIndex to take over our site. Muskegon Heights is moving forward to restore its commercial and industrial base under his leadership. We welcome and are pleased to have Wells-Index in our community, and we wish them great prosperity in the future. –Ted and Marilyn Losee.”

 

The City of Muskegon Heights and Muskegon Area First partnered to find a suitable site for Wells-Index in the area after they determined they wished to purchase a permanent headquarters. Wells-Index CEO RJ Doyle was immediately impressed with the site. “Since a change of ownership in 2017, Wells-Index has experienced vigorous growth. As a result, the company found a need for a space that could accommodate its increased production. With its long standing tradition in the Muskegon area, Wells-Index knew it would stay local. The company is committed to working with and providing growth opportunities for both residents and the City through provision of employment and training opportunities and contribution to the City’s industry tax base. We are very excited to increase our investment in Wells-Index and Muskegon Heights. Out of the many business and facilities we operate globally, I am most impressed with the passion, dedication, and positive attitude possessed by our team at WellsIndex. It’s takes great people to build great companies, and because of this I am sure we will continue to prosper in Muskegon Heights.”

 

This development marks several significant commercial and industrial attractions or expansions the City has managed to gain in the last year. Wells-Index will join The Gear Group, Anchor Chiropractic Center, Sweet Spot Disc Golf, Read Muskegon, Sisters Gifts and More, Nu Republic Financial Services, Scott Meats, Hurricane Power, Storage Pro’s MI, Aldea Coffee, Fresco Mercato Organic Pastas, the Hideout Lounge, and several other businesses who have occupied previously vacant facilities in Muskegon Heights.

Additionally, the City recently sold the former Bennett Pump site, approximately 11 acres of vacant industrial property, to Quality Tool and Stamping for future expansion.

City Manager Jake Eckholm is optimistic that the recent growth will continue, given the City’s approach to partnership.

 

“We are working to show the region that we are not this terrible place that folks have in their minds eye. By conducting ourselves in a professional and accessible manner that illustrates best practices in economic development and public service, we are experiencing successes that will benefit our residents. Restoring our commercial corridors and focusing on economic development are key tenets in our recovery strategy, and we are appreciative of all these new investments. We can now say that NCAA athletic attire, prototype car parts for Tesla, and the only American made knee milling machines left in the world have all come from Muskegon Heights, Michigan and that is a great feeling.”

 

Further information can be found on the company’s website, http://www.wells-index.com/.

 

 

Best of the Best Recognized for Outstanding School Leadership: MASSP Announces Michigan’s 2018 Administrator of the Year Award Winners

The Michigan Association of Secondary School Principals (MASSP) is pleased to announce its annual Administrator of the Year award winners for 2018. This year’s winners include: Jason Schrock, Principal of Howell High School (High School Principal of the Year); Kevin Rhein, Principal of Pioneer Middle School in Plymouth (Middle Level Principal of the Year); Kyle Fiebig, Principal of the Muskegon Area Career Tech Center (CTE Administrator of the Year) and Roger Gurganus, Assistant Principal of Brownstown Middle School (Assistant Principal of the Year).

 

“As education requirements and expectations continue to evolve, so does the role of a building leader,” said Wendy Zdeb, Executive Director of MASSP. “One thing that remains a constant part of the job description, though, is the opportunity to positively impact others. We are extremely proud of work that Jason, Kevin, Kyle and Roger have done to improve education across our state and make a difference in the lives of their students, staff and community members.”

 

Michigan’s Administrator of the Year award winners will be officially honored in front of family, friends and colleagues at MASSP’s annual EdCon conference on Monday, June 25 at the Grand Traverse Resort. During the ceremony, winners will each receive a custom ring created and provided by Jostens to commemorate the once in a lifetime honor.

 

High School Principal of the Year

Jason Shrock has served in Howell High School for nearly 20 years, the last six at its helm as Principal. A highly respected educator and member of the Howell community, Schrock received nearly 30 letters of support for the Principal of the Year nomination. Among those letters were multiple from members of the Howell student body describing the character, integrity and influence of their Principal.

“To be a good leader you must first be a follower,” wrote Howell High School student Sullivan Runnion. “This is why Mr. Schrock would be more than qualified for the Principal of the Year award – he sees from the students and the teacher’s eyes.”

Schrock’s nomination packet described a true instructional leader, a man who works to empower teachers to be facilitators, leaders and coaches, while also creating a student-centered learning environment where all stakeholders feel empowered to take ownership of their education. This philosophy is what drives Schrock to make Howell High School an exemplary learning community that maximizes every student’s success, as well as a positive school climate that is inviting and safe for all.

In addition to this statewide honor, Schrock was chosen as Michigan’s nominee for the National Principal of the Year competition through the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP). Each of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, the U.S. Department of State Office of Overseas Schools, and the Department of Defense Education Activity select one middle level or high school principal to represent their state. From these state winners, three finalists are named as contenders for the National Principal of the Year award. The NASSP National Principal of the Year is selected from among the finalists. Schrock will attend the NASSP Principals Institute in Washington, DC in September and vie for the national award, which is announced during National Principals Month in October.

 

CTE Administrator of the Year

As Principal of the Muskegon Area Career Tech Center (MACTC), Kyle Fiebig oversees the typical day-to-day operations like an administrator in a comprehensive school, in addition to a few other important duties. In Fiebig’s case, he is also responsible for Career and Technical Education (CTE) programming for all of Muskegon County, the regional workforce development needs, and state compliance and monitoring of CTE content.

 

Fiebig is well known for both his passion for education and collaborative leadership skills, which are frequently demonstrated at building, regional and state levels. In addition to his leadership at MACTC, he also serves as legislative liaison for the Career Education Planning Districts (CEPD) Council, advocating for improvement to CTE programming statewide. Through this role, Fiebig was instrumental in helping provide new state funding for centers across the state to purchase or upgrade equipment for their CTE programs.

 

“Kyle Fiebig is a visionary leader who is working with community partners to offer innovative educational programming to help students prepare for successful experiences in college and their future careers,” wrote State Senator Geoff Hansen in a letter of support for Fiebig’s nomination. “While he is a tireless champion of programming taking place at MACTC, he is also willing to branch out and partner with colleagues around the state to promote the opportunities that exist in this area of education to initiate statewide CTE reform.”

 

Middle Level Principal of the Year

Kevin Rhein’s commitment to the Plymouth-Canton school community and exemplary leadership of Pioneer Middle School for the past seven years is what makes him an outstanding Principal. Described as a leader who possesses a quiet confidence, Rhein seeks to foster a high-level, student-focused learning environment for all those who walk Pioneer’s halls.

 

“Kevin possesses all of the necessary tools to be an effective leader: the awareness to collaborate, the patience to listen, and the courage to allow others to influence and inspire important decisions that he makes on a daily basis for the benefit of Pioneer students and families. There are countless school principals out there who deserve recognition; but one thing I know is there is only one Kevin Rhein,” wrote Monica L. Merritt, P-CCS Superintendent of Schools.

 

From identifying student needs and finding their unique abilities, to seeking opportunities to support his teachers and help them improve instruction, Rhein loves what he does and it shows.

 

Assistant Principal of Year

 

Appointed to the position of Assistant Principal just three years ago, Roger Gurganus has been a strong leader at Brownstown Middle School since his first day on the job. Student success is first and foremost his priority and he leads by example when it comes to building and improving relationships. Gurganus has been instrumental in the formation of over 15 clubs in an effort to help build school community. He has also taken to social media, including creating weekly Vlogs, to interact with students, parents and the community, as well as to showcase the great work being done at the school.

 

“The most important aspect of leadership that Roger exudes is creating personal relationships with our students,” wrote Lorie Holder, a Guidance Counselor at Brownstown Middle School. “It is no secret that on multiple occasions, Roger’s energy and words have been, quite literally, lifesaving. He believes in the power of real talk. Roger does not tell people what they want to hear. He tells them what they need to hear, and he stands by his beliefs with firm conviction. Roger is there to lead, motivate, lend a hand and provide a shoulder to cry on or a smile to uplift. Brownstown Middle School would be lost without him.”

 

As Michigan’s Assistant Principal of the Year, Gurganus was the state’s nominee to the NASSP Assistant Principal of the Year competition. In July, he will attend the National Principals Conference in Chicago to engage with school leaders from across the country and gain unique recognition before a national audience.

 

Michigan’s Adventure Hosts Job Fair Saturday

Muskegon, MI, April 17, 2018 — Michigan’s Adventure is expecting to hire over 1,200 seasonal associates for the 2018 season.

This could be the perfect summer job for anyone looking for a chance to spend their summer working in a very fast-pasted,

unique setting.

 

Michigan’s Adventure will be hosting a Job Fair at the Michigan’s Adventure Training Center, 4750 Whitehall Road, on Saturday, April 21 from 1:00 pm-4:00 pm. Applications are being accepted for all positions, including food and beverage, ride operations, lifeguards, merchandise, games, admissions, safety and security, park services and maintenance. All required training is provided by the park.

 

Seasonal associates of the park who are a least 18 years of age are offered a minimum starting wage of $11 per hour. Associates who are 16 and 17 will start at a wage of at least $10 per hour. Benefits of the seasonal positions include the potential for an attendance-based bonus, free admission to all Cedar Fair parks, free tickets to use for friends and family members and discounted employee meals served at the Cornerstone Café. Michigan’s Adventure offers short and long shifts and flexible scheduling.

 

All interested parties are encouraged to apply at www.miadventure.com/jobs and then visit the Job Fair on April 21,

1:00 pm-4:00 pm. Managers will be available for on-site interviews. Anyone not able to attend the Job Fair is encouraged to

apply at www.miadventure.com/jobs as Michigan’s Adventure hires throughout the spring and summer.

 

Michigan’s Adventure is the state’s largest amusement park and water park offering seven roller coasters including

Shivering Timbers andThunderhawk.

Michigan’s Adventure opens for the 2018 season on Memorial Day Weekend, May 26 & 27, 2018.

 

Michigan’s Adventure is owned and operated by Cedar Fair Entertainment Company (NYSE: FUN), a publicly traded partnership and one of the largest regional amusement-resort operators in the world. The Company owns and operates 11 amusement parks, two outdoor water parks, one indoor water park and fivehotels. For more information, see www.cedarfair.com.

Muskegon County Calendar of Events April 16-23, 2018

Muskegon County Calendar of Events April 16-23, 2018

 

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Betten Baker Acquires Two More Michigan Auto Dealerships

Alma/Ithaca, MI – Betten Baker is expanding their footprint with recent acquisitions of two mid-Michigan dealerships. This is the second big announcement of expansion for Betten Baker in 2018, with the potential for even more in the coming months. This acquisition drives the total number of Betten Baker dealerships to 16 locations. The newest locations include Alma Chevrolet
Buick GMC & Ithaca Chevrolet.

 

Starting early in 2018 with the announcement of the acquisition of the Chevrolet Buick dealership located in Cadillac, Betten Baker is quickly following that up with
news of more. 2018 is gearing up to be the biggest year in Betten Baker history, with additional locations and higher sales all leading to an even bigger footprint
than ever before. Betten Baker will be taking over operations of Alma Chevrolet Buick GMC & Ithaca Chevrolet, April 19, 2018.

 

Betten Baker co-owner Chris Baker stated that they will retain all employees at both new locations. He also stated that David Prahl has been brought in as GM of these locations to take of the place of the past owner, Tommy Fuerst. These two new locations perform well with sales and service. The transition is expected to be smooth. They are Betten Baker’s most eastern locations and expand their current footprint into new markets. Betten Baker auto group has locations in several counties across Michigan and proudly employs over 650 employees.

 

“Betten Baker has been a staple in the West Michigan community for 35 years,” Says Co-Owner Chris Baker, “for some time now we have been looking to expand into Mid-Michigan and connect with that community. Acquiring these well-performing dealerships will give us the perfect opportunity to do just that.”

 

Betten Baker Chevrolet Cadillac GMC celebrated 35 years in March and has continuously expanded their Muskegon presence by adding Betten Baker Honda and Betten Baker Hyundai and an additional used car location. In addition, they have expanded into other communities including Coopersville, Twin Lake, Lowell, Grandville, Big Rapids, Allegan, Ludington and Cadillac.

 

Betten Baker’s Massive Motor Mall has continued to be a leader in automotive sales along the lakeshore and will continue this trend into new markets. Their progressive attitude and actions in the community allow them to not only remain a strong West Michigan employer, but also help them remain successful in the future by exceeding the needs and expectations of today’s consumers.

 

Mercy Health Growing Comprehensive Heart Program, Welcomes New Comprehensive Cardiovascular Providers, Celebrates Nearly Four Decades of Open Heart Surgery Along Lakeshore

Electrophysiology, TAVR Among New Offerings Keeping Care Along the Lakeshore

Muskegon, Mich. (April 16, 2018) – For nearly 40 years, Mercy Health has been the destination for open heart surgery along the lakeshore. Today, the health system is pleased to introduce new providers and specialists to its growing cardiovascular team, servicing the entire West Michigan region.

 

“These specialists help round out Mercy Health’s ever-expanding comprehensive heart program within the West Michigan community,” said David Baumgartner, MD, chief medical officer, Mercy Health Saint Mary’s. “Improving the health of patients with the best clinical expertise nationally and providing the most comprehensive high-quality heart care close to home is our priority and we are proud to offer this inclusive team of experts.”

 

The additions to Mercy’s prestigious comprehensive cardiovascular providers include:

 

  • Eugene Chung, MD, , FACC, FHRS, FAHA, medical director of  Cardiac Electrophysiology Services.  Chung is leading the growth of Mercy Health’s electrophysiology team, providing Mercy Health’s first catheter ablation program. An Associate Professor of Internal Medicine, Michigan Medicine, Dr. Chung also specializes in sports cardiology and consultation in the area of sudden death prevention in the young.
  • Prerana Manohar, MD, cardiologist at Mercy Health Physician Partners Cardiovascular. Mercy Health’s first female cardiologist, Dr. Manohar specializes in women and heart disease.
  • Vinayak Manohar, MD, interventional cardiologist at Mercy Health Physician Partners Cardiovascular. Dr. Manohar’s expertise includes interventional cardiology, peripheral arterial intervention, peripheral venous disease and therapeutic procedures, pulmonary hypertension and autonomic dysfunction. (Drs. Manohar are siblings.)
  • Kristopher Selke, DO, regional medical director of Structural Cardiology. Selke leads the expansion of its Structural Heart Program to add minimally invasive options for transaortic valve replacement (TAVR) and treatment of Atrial Septal Defects (ASD) and Patent Foramen Ovales (PFO).

 

Dr. Selke has been a pioneer in the expansion of innovative cardiac care, including the treatment of structural heart disease throughout West Michigan.  He performed the first percutaneous septal closure and the first TAVR procedures at Mercy Health.  His training included a fellowship in interventional cardiology with a structural heart focus at William Beaumont Hospital in Detroit.

 

Today’s announcement builds on Mercy Health’s agreement with University of Michigan Health in 2017, led by a team of established surgical heart experts, Drs. Richard S. Downey, M.D. and Nabeel G. El-amir, M.D. , to its West Michigan cardiovascular team.

 

“Michigan Medicine’s national leadership in cardiac surgery partnered with Mercy Health’s commitment to continually improving care close to home – supports our growing team in making significant advances in cardiovascular care for our patients,” Said Dr. F. Remington Sprague, chief medical officer, Mercy Health Muskegon.

Mercy Health, a leader in cardiovascular medicine in West Michigan, performs more than 350 cardiac surgeries annually, and offers a continuum of cardiovascular services including coronary artery bypasses, aortic/mitral valve repair and replacement, coronary angioplasties and stenting for acute myocardial infarction and unstable angina, cardiac pacing and defibrillator implantations, and post-procedure cardiac rehabilitation.

The Mercy Health cardiovascular team includes a comprehensive team of cardiologists, cardiac surgeons, anesthesiologists, specialized registered nurses and registered technicians who provide seamless care for West Michigan patients.

 

All physicians and staff participating in this program provide services in a manner consistent with Mercy Health’s Catholic mission and the Ethical & Religious Directives for Catholic Healthcare Services.

Dynamic Conveyor Hires Andrew Hartline to Support Growing Conveyor Sales

Dynamic Conveyor Corporation announced that Andrew Hartline has been hired as Sales Manager to support the growing company.  Hartline brings several years of sales leadership experience in material handling systems for the plastics, chemical and food industries.  Hartline will focus on leading the Dynamic Conveyor sales team in providing conveyor solutions based on the unique needs of customers in the plastic parts manufacturing, food processing and packaging industries.

 

The DynaCon® conveyor systems offer parts manufacturers and packagers the ability to build their own conveyors using modules (like Lego® building blocks) to configure and later reconfigure their conveyor layouts. Modules are built using plastic injection molded parts, which bring strength and durability to the conveyor system, while remaining light-weight enough to be easily reconfigured. Reconfiguration of DynaCon conveyors offers an eco-friendly and sustainable solution.

 

The DynaClean® line of conveyors was introduced to food processors and packagers in 2011 as a cost saving alternative to traditional conveyors. DynaClean conveyors offer a patented design that is simple, quick and easy to disassemble and clean. There are no tools needed, no small parts to lose, and no nooks and crannies to clean. DynaClean conveyors have a very open design with no place for food or bacteria to hide and are much easier to clean than traditional food processing conveyors. DynaClean conveyors are known in the food processing industry for reducing cleaning times in half.

 

 

Based in Norton Shores, Michigan, Dynamic Conveyor is a privately held women owned company that has been offering innovative conveyor solutions to industry since 1991.  For more information on Dynamic Conveyor, visit www.DynamicConveyor.com or call 800.640.6850.

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Volunteer for the Lakeshore Art Festival

A unique blend of arts, crafts, music, food and fun along the shoreline in historic Downtown Muskegon. More than 300 artists and crafters will be showcased with fine art in the park, crafts, children’s activities and Michigan food market – all wrapped up in a huge downtown street party atmosphere!   Come out and join us on July 6th,  and July 7th, 2018.

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