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Feb. 15
Feb. 1

Change Ups

Emmanuel Hospice announced the additions of Nicole Sharpe as director of community outreach and Katie Kirouac as director of development.

First Companies Inc. completed an 11,500-square-foot building for West Michigan Eyecare Associates at 2112 E. Paris Ave. SE. The practice offers a full range of optometry services to patients from infants to the elderly.

Kenowa AMBUCSComprehensive Therapy Center and Lake Michigan Academy hosted its fourth annual Oscars Night Benefit at Sunnybrook Country Club in Grandville, featuring the Red Carpet Walk to Meet Oscar. All proceeds funded programs within Kenowa AMBUCS, Comprehensive Therapy Center and Lake Michigan Academy.

Hospice of Michigan hired Andy Holtgrieve as senior director of marketing.

Alyssa Veneklase is replacing founding co-owner Karlye McNeely of Gold Coast Doulas as co-owner. Founding co-owner Kristin Revere will continue to run the firm with Veneklase.

IKOR of North Grand Rapids, 890 Three Mile Road NW, offers medical, financial and disability advocacy and life care management services to seniors, individuals with disabilities and those with special needs.Sanford Freed is managing director and Karen J. Vander Laan is a registered nurse advocate. Details:

Spectrum Health was awarded $100,000 to reach underserved residents of Western Michigan through the 2016 Foster G. McGaw Prize for Excellence in Community Service.

Wendy’s of Michigan raised over $116,000 to help provide children with patient care at Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital. Its program ran Nov. 14-Dec. 31 at all 43 West Michigan Wendy’s locations. The donation will go toward the hospital’s pediatric cancer research fund.

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