2022 Celebrations

Higher Love Cannabis Co. Celebrates One Year Anniversary with Ribbon Cutting Ceremony April 20, 2022 Marquette, MI – The Lake Superior Community Partnership recently assisted Higher Love Cannabis Co. with a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate its one year anniversary. Higher Love Cannabis Co. brings natural, high quality cannabis to the U.P., but also focuses in empowering others on their wellness journey. Whether you’re seeking relief from chronic pain or are looking for a natural means to relax your mind and body, Higher Love Cannabis Co. is here to help you. Located on Washington Street in downtown Marquette, Higher Love cannabis is grown using strictly organic methods, with exacting standards and meticulous attention to detail. All of their flower is provided directly from the state of Michigan, including Ottawa Innovations,  an organization based right here in the U.P. To learn more about Higher Love Cannabis Co., visit them at 344 W. Washington St. You can also visit their website findhigherlove.com, call (906) 226-7285 or email info@findhigherlove.com. Pictured from left to right: Megan O’Connor, LSCP Outreach Coordinator, Brooke Quinn, LSCP Business Development Representative, Sally Davis, Marquette City Commission, Kristen Johnson, Social Media Coordinator, Jen Gemignani, Purchasing AgenT, Tyler Romback, General Manager, Trisha Anderson, Regional Manager, Joni Moore, President and Owner, Sandra Johns, Director of Human Resources, Stacie Blomquist, Senior Compliance Officer, Brandon Smith, Director of BI and Analytics, Rebecca Finco, Marquette DDA, and Tara Laase-McKinney, Marquette DDA.
Freshcoast Wellness Co. Celebrates Grand Opening with Ribbon Cutting Ceremony March 30, 2022 Marquette, MI – The Lake Superior Community Partnership recently assisted Freshcoast Wellness Co. with a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate their grand opening. Freshcoast Wellness Co., LLC was founded by Julie Kab and Lacy and Eric Williams. Together they bring many years of healthcare experience and specific training for IV vitamin therapy to the community. Through functional medicine, the owners have learned when you take care of your body, you take care of your mind, and in turn, you take care of the world around you. Freshcoast Wellness offers a variety of injectables and infusions, all listed on their website freshcoastwellness.com. To learn more about Freshcoast Wellness, contact them at 906-273-1038 or Info@FreshcoastWellness.com. You can also visit their Facebook, website or their new office at 307 S. Front Street, Suite 120, in Marquette. Pictured from left to right: Tara Laase-McKinney, Marquette DDA, Sally Davis, Marquette City Commission, Julie Kab, Freshcoast Wellness Co. Co-Owner, Eric and Lacy Williams, Freshcoast Wellness Co. Co-Owners, Brooke Quinn, LSCP Business Development Representative, and Megan O’Connor. LSCP Outreach Coordinator.  
Fancy Free Celebrates One Year Anniversary with Ribbon Cutting Ceremony February 4, 2022 Marquette, MI. – The Lake Superior Community Partnership recently assisted Fancy Free with a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate their one year anniversary. Fancy Free, a pop-up thrift shop, is open once a month for three days a week. This allows owner Greta Hillstrom to travel across the county, looking for fashionable women’s clothing and home décor. Fancy Free is located at 131 E. Michigan Street in Marquette. The next pop-up shop will be March 3, 4, and 5 from 12:00-8:00 p.m. For updates, you can follow Fancy Free on Instagram @fancyfreehq. Pictured: Greta Hillstrom, Fancy Free Owner,  surrounded by family and friends.
LINK Learning Celebrates New Location with Ribbon Cutting Ceremony January 24, 2022 Marquette, MI. – The Lake Superior Community Partnership recently assisted LINK Learning with a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the grand opening of their new location. Blending brick and mortar with virtual schooling, LINK Learning provides students with the opportunity to build a personalized plan with the care and support to help them succeed. With internships, mentoring opportunities, field trips, clubs, and other extracurricular activities, students have every opportunity to pursue the future they deserve. LINK Learning provides nontraditional education to help students ages 14-21 pursue their educational objectives by giving them the resources they need in a place where they can succeed. With first-class centers, one-on-one instruction, and small group teaching assistance, students are empowered to learn at their own pace with the support of a welcoming and inclusive learning environment. But just because LINK Learning offers online education, doesn’t mean they are not a full-service school. Their in-person locations provide certified teachers, mentors, school social workers and English language learner support available to all students. They even offer 504 plans and IEP services for students if needed. Unlike other programs, LINK Learning allows students to work on their schoolwork when they can be most productive. They provide the flexibility for students to work around their busy schedules. LINK Learning has been in Michigan for over ten years and in the UP for over eight years. The Marquette office has been open for five years and has just moved to 2170 US41 West in Marquette. You can reach their office at (906) 273.0497. You can also find out more at linklearning.org. Pictured from left to right: Patty Knuth, LINK Learning Teacher, Megan O’Connor, LSCP Outreach Coordinator, Kristi Teall, LINK Learning Executive Director, Ryan Thelen, LINK Learning Associate Executive Director of Curriculum, Margaret Fierstine, LINK Learning Center Director, Julie King, LINK Learning Regional Director, Brooke Quinn, LSCP Business Development Representative, and Heather Mosher, Marquette County Ambassador.  
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