From staff reports
Traverse City Record-Eagle
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n Living Light Massage recently welcomed massage therapist Julia Hogan. She has 26 years experience as a registered nurse and became a massage therapist in 2009. Her specialties include deep tissue, relaxation, sports, hot stone, pregnancy massage and energy work.
n Kim Fehrenbach is a new agent in the Traverse City Coldwell Banker Schmidt office. She is a Traverse City native returning to raise her family after spending 20 years in California and Grand Rapids.
n Stacy Allman has joined Cherry Wings Realty, serving military, firefighters, police and emergency medical personnel with their housing needs. She is married to firefighter Scott Allman and they live in Traverse City.
n Dee Dee Burch, a member of the board of directors for the Traverse area Association of Realtors and an agent at Real Estate One Traverse City / Front St., has been named the 2013 TAAR Realtor of the year. She was chosen from a list of nominees submitted to the board by other agents and brokers.
n The Traverse City Area Chamber of Commerce’s Young Professionals group will gather next month for a day of education, team-building and networking at the Leelanau Outdoor Center at Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. The event begins at 8 a.m., Friday, Oct. 4.
Keynote speaker, Bill Marsh Jr., will focus on the importance of personal branding. He will explain its importance in professional and personal development, steps to create a strong personal brand and share stories of personal branding successes and failures.
Registration information is available on the Chamber’s website at www.tcchamber.org or by contacting event and program coordinator Andi Wagenschutz at (231) 995-7101.
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