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June 4, 2014

Business in Brief: 06/04/2014

Grants available for health clinics

TRAVERSE CITY — Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan is offering grants of up to $15,000 to free and low-cost health clinics through its Strengthening the Safety Net grant program. Clinics can email safetynet@bcbsm.com, call (517) 325-4651 or log on to www.bcbsm.com/safetynet for more information. Applications for the grant program are accepted through June 16 and recipients will be announced July 31.

Financial fitness workshop

TRAVERSE CITY — The Northwest Michigan Community Action Agency is hosting a workshop June 23 from 6 to 9 p.m. called Staying Financially Fit. The workshop will be held at 3963 Three Mile Road. Register by calling (231) 947-3780 or visiting nmcaa.net.

Employment law for nonprofits

TRAVERSE CITY — The Northsky Nonprofit Network and Michigan Community Resources are sponsoring a session called Employment Law for Nonprofits Thursday from 9 a.m. to noon.

The $50 workshop includes access to an online employment law manual, continental breakfast and other materials. Register at northskynonprofitnetwork.org or by calling (231) 929-3934.

Michigan Beer Guide signing

TRAVERSE CITY — Kevin Revolinski, author of “Michigan’s Best Beer Guide,” will sign books at Horizon Books of Traverse City on Friday from 5 to 7 p.m.

Minimum wage discussion

TRAVERSE CITY — The Grand Traverse County Democratic Party is sponsoring a free event where attorney Mark Brewer will talk about the benefits of raising the Michigan minimum wage. The discussion will be held Saturday at 9:30 a.m. at Minerva’s Restaurant.

AmericInn honored

TRAVERSE CITY — AmericInn Traverse City hotel received a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence award. The award is given to establishments that consistently get outstanding reviews on TripAdvisor.com. AmericInn is the second highest rated hotel in Traverse City behind Cambria Suites.

Image360-TCadds equipment

TRAVERSE CITY — The Image360-Traverse City firm purchased a full-color, environmentally friendly flatbed printer to help keep up with production demand and add to its “green” equipment.

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