Lume Cannabis Company Celebrates Grand Opening
Lume Cannabis Company is a privately held, vertically integrated cannabis company with deep Michigan roots, committed to producing high-quality cannabis products for medical patients and recreational consumers to enjoy. As a company, Lume focuses on developing a one-of-a-kind retail experience, built on educating every customer who enters their stores, and help identify the best products to meet their needs.
Lume produces cannabis products that are locally grown, packaged and sold exclusively in Lume stores. They offer more than 20 strains of high-quality Lume flower, new effects-based Lume Cartridges, a line of CBD products, and so much more.
Lume operates stores in Adrian, Big Rapids, Evart, Honor, Kalamazoo, Negaunee, Owosso, and Walled Lake. The company will have 20 stores open by the end of 2020 and 100 stores across the state by the end of 2024. You can find out more about the Lume Cannabis Company at lume.com. Facebook and Instagram.
Lume Cannabis Company is located at 250 US-41 S, Negaunee, MI and is open from 10 a.m. – 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 11 a.m. – 9 p.m. on Sunday. They also offer delivery services. You must be 21 years of age or older with a valid driver’s license to purchase recreationally or a medical patient 18 and over with a valid Michigan Marijuana Card.
Alter Metal Recycling Celebrates One Year Anniversary
MARQUETTE – The Lake Superior Community Partnership (LSCP) recently joined Alter Metal Recycling to celebrate their one year anniversary.
The one year old business is a metal recycling facility located at 34 Research Dr. CR492 in Negaunee. Some services they provide include purchasing scrap ferrous and non-ferrous metals, scrap vehicles and local pickup.
Alter buys general scrap direct from consumers at over 70 locations throughout the United States. Almost any grade of iron or non-ferrous metal is accepted and paid for on the spot. Alter is committed to sustainable recycling by operating in an environmentally responsible manner. In keeping with this commitment, they not only adhere to the industry’s fundamental principles of maximizing metals recovery, which in turn minimizes environmental impacts through waste diversion and natural resource conservation, but strive to operate beyond environmental compliance and ‘best practice.’
The Negaunee facility is open from 8:00 am – 4:00 pm Monday through Friday, and the scale is open until 3:45 pm. For more information or current pricing, visit their website at altertrading.com or call 906-228-9048.
Pictured left to right: Sara Sands, Scale Admin. and Ben Schneider, Yard Manager.
Daisy Jo’s Ice Cream Parlor Celebrates their Grand Opening
Daisy Jo’s Ice Cream Parlor offers 22 scoop flavors of ice cream, soft serves, specialty sundaes, malts, shakes, slush puppies, banana splits, and more. The kitchen serves Brown’s fresh hand-pressed burgers, Vollwerth’s Brats and hotdogs, pasties, panini melts, deep-fried snacks, soup and salad.
The 1950’s themed parlor is family-friendly and will be available for takeout and open at half capacity during the COVID-19 pandemic. Daisy Jo’s Ice Cream Parlor is located at 97 W M35 in Gwinn, Michigan.
Pictured from left to right: Neveah Poirer, Mea Grimm, Katie Hammond, Christian Houle, Myah Pickett, Linda Hammond, Rosemary Cherry, Chad Carlson, Chaz Carlson, Colt Carlson, Danielle Hammond, Owner of Daisy Jo’s Ice Cream Parlor, William Batchelder, Emily Curtice, Hope Andrews, Kadie LaRock, Bob Ellman, Kaylee Sanderson, Abby Pickett and Kattie Tinney.
Daisy Nails Celebrates their Grand Opening
MARQUETTE – The Lake Superior Community Partnership (LSCP) recently assisted Daisy Nails with a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate their grand opening.
Daisy Nails professional Michigan licensed estheticians and manicurists are “experts” in nails, nail art, and in-grown toe nails. They offer a wide variety of services for both men and women including waxing, skin services, manicures, spa pedicures, dipping powder, and gel acrylics.
Daisy Nails is located at 1508 West Washington Street Suite A in Marquette, Michigan. To schedule an appointment, call (906) 273-2022.
Pictured from left to right:Katelyn Rader, Senator Peters’ Office, Susan Estler, Marquette County Ambassador, Pete Frazier, Marquette City Commission, Anderson Dao, April Trinh, Dustin Dao, Daisy Le, Daisy Nails Owner, Anna Trinh, Frank Egeler, Senator McBroom’s Office, Michelle Sellers, Marquette County Ambassador, Mary Myers, LSCP Director of Business Development.
New Sleep Medicine Clinic Opens in Marquette County
MARQUETTE – The Lake Superior Community Partnership (LSCP) recently assisted Levätä Sleep with a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate their grand opening.
Levätä, means “rest” in the Finnish language. Levätä Sleep believes rest can have a great impact on the quality of your life. If an individual snores, has difficulty falling or staying asleep, wakes up choking or out of breath, has daily fatigue, early morning headaches or restless sleep cycles, Levätä Sleep explains they could have sleep apnea.
Levätä Sleep offers patients with mild to moderate sleep apnea, or who have failed a CPAP study, the option of oral appliance therapy. By fitting individuals with a custom oral sleep appliance, Dr. Hoffstrom and her team can help improve patients sleep, alertness and overall health.
Levätä Sleep is located at 1055 West Fair Avenue in Marquette, Michigan. To schedule a consultation, call their office at 906-242-2443.
Pictured from left to right: Randy Larson, Marquette County Ambassador, Jake Putala, Senator McBroom’s Office, Megan O’Connor, LSCP Outreach Coordinator, Pete Frazier, Marquette City Commission, Dr. Anja Hoffstrom, Levätä Sleep Founder, Rich Rossway, Congressman Bergman’s Office, George LaBlonde, Senator Peters’ Office, Heather Norman, Levätä Sleep Director of Marketing and Physician Services, Melissa Holmquist Marquette County Ambassador, Mary Kate Divirgillo, LSCP Business Development Representative.
Marquette County Celebrates Completion of Search and Rescue Equipment Building
NEGAUNEE TWP. – The Lake Superior Community Partnership (LSCP) recently assisted the County of Marquette with a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the recently completed construction of the Marquette County Search and Rescue storage facility.
The construction of the 3,600 square foot, heated pole barn follows many cordial years of leasing space through the Michigan State Police. The storage space is complete with three doors — two 14’x14’ doors and one 14’x18’ foot door — to accommodate the storage of various equipment.
The Search and Rescue storage facility is located adjacent to the Marquette County Health Department at 184 US-41 in Negaunee, Michigan.
Pictured from left to right: Front row: Joe Derosha, Marquette County Commission, Greg Zyburt, Marquette County Sherriff, Jerry Corkin, Marquette County Commission, Johnny DePetro, Marquette County Commission, Paul Wolfson, Marquette County Ambassador, Scott Erbisch, Marquette County Administrator, Justin Kasieta, Representative Markkanen’s Office
Back row: Captain Steve Kangas, Under Sherriff Dan Willey, Jake Putala, Senator McBroom’s Office, George LaBlonde, Senator Peters’ Office, Mike Prusi, Governor Whitmer’s Office, Steven Adamini, Marquette County Commissioner, Rich Rossway, Congressman Bergman’s Office, Jesse Bell, Marquette County Ambassador.
2013 Ribbon Cutting Ceremonies