Traverse City Record-Eagle


March 8, 2014

Body&Soul Newsmakers: 03/08/2014

Love in the Name of Christ (Love INC) Grand Traverse has named Molly VanZandt as transformational ministry coordinator.

VanZandt is responsible for this ministry, which includes classes for the community such as Powerful Parenting and Manage Your Money. She takes over the position from Pam Simons, who is transitioning to a new position on the organization’s Board of Directors.


The Center for Skin Care at Copper Ridge has added licensed esthetician and certified laser safety officer Amana Kilborn to its staff of skin care specialists.

Kilborn has 14 years of experience as an esthetician, most recently at Ann Arbor’s Procerus Medical Spa and Laser Center. She completed advanced training in laser skin therapies at the National Laser Institute, a leading medical esthetics laser training school in Scottsdale, Ariz.


Linda Burton of Interlochen, a recreation therapist at the Grand Traverse Pavilions, has been elected chairperson of marketing/public relations for the Michigan Association of Activity Professionals (MAAP).

Burton has been on staff at the Pavilions for nearly 25 years, planning, directing and coordinating recreation-based programs for older adults with disabilities and illnesses. A long-time associate of the MAAP, Burton has assumed leadership positions such as state treasurer and state membership chairperson.


Munson Outpatient Services has expanded its services to Kingsley by adding a hearing clinic, physical therapy and X-ray capabilities to the current lab services.

The new services are provided at the Crystal Lake Health Center Building, 2283 M-113. The phone number is 392-7890. The Kingsley Lab is open 8 a.m.-noon and 12:30-5 p.m. Monday-Friday. Services include blood draws and other specimen collections. Other services are available by appointment.

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