Traverse City Record-Eagle

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June 25, 2014

Business in Brief: 06/25/2014

Treating chronic sinusitis

TRAVERSE CITY — Doctors Kevin Gietzen and Melissa Somers will present a free community lecture about treating chronic sinusitis symptoms with the Balloon Sinuplasty System. Balloon Sinuplasty is a less invasive option to open inflamed sinuses than traditional surgery. The lecture will be held today from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the Grand Traverse County Civic Center.

Seventeen to open

BAY HARBOR — New restaurant Seventeen is scheduled to open in Bay Harbor on July 1 with a menu of fresh, local Americana-inspired food. The restaurant is located at 795 Front St. in Bay Harbor, open seven days a week from 11 a.m. until 11 p.m. Visit seventeenrestaurant.com or call (231) 347-1717 for more information.

Benjamin Twiggs adds wine, beer

TRAVERSE CITY — Benjamin Twiggs Legendary Cherry Products added local wine and beer to its product selection.

TBA open house

TRAVERSE CITY — TBA Credit Union is hosting a community open house to celebrate its new regional headquarters on Aug. 27 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The open house will be held at 630 E. Front St.

Bulls-i named Festival sponsor

TRAVERSE CITY — Bulls-i, Inc., will sell National Cherry Festival prints at the Open Space Food Court during the festival. Prints from 1987 until present will be on sale. Log on to bulls-i.net/products/nationalcherryfestivalprints.html for more information.

Patriots game benefits ranch

TRAVERSE CITY — The Traverse City Patriot Game, held when the Traverse City West and Central teams play each other in football, will benefit Reining Liberty Ranch. More than $13,000 collected at the game last year was donated to Reining Liberty Ranch, a nonprofit that runs equine programs for veterans. T-shirts sold during the game and donations will go toward building a veterans memorial at Thirlby Field.

Sarya Orthodontics hosts benefit

TRAVERSE CITY — Sarya Orthodontics will host its second Fourth of July community party and pig roast in the office parking lot this year. Proceeds will benefit 4-H programs. Contact Dan Sarya at (231) 409-9535 for more information.

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