CAPITAL COMMUNITY BIKE SHARE COMES TO AREA With The Capital Community Bike Share (CCBS), Lansing has become the first Michigan city to launch a bike share program. This innovative program supports economic development, placemaking and a healthier, more energy efficient way to travel around the city. The pilot program, which launches in early August, will establish fully automated CCBS stations at popular destinations points around Lansing. The bike share is oriented to short-term, one-way use and will be available to participants to ride for a variety of purposes, from work transportation to entertainment and leisure. For more information, contact Lynne Martinez at firstname.lastname@example.org or connect with Capital Community Bike Share on Facebook. HGB WELCOMES PATRICK SALOW AS NEW EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT Hayes Green Beach Memorial Hospital is pleased to welcome Patrick Salow as its executive vice president of physician services and compliance. Salow will oversee HGB physician practices, including Charlotte Medical Group and Family Care Specialists, as well as HGB’s Urgent Care and specialty clinics. He will also coordinate compliance and work with Chief Medical Officer Hugh Lindsey, M.D., on credentialing. Salow worked at McLaren-Greater Lansing for 30 years in executive, management and clinical roles; most recently as its chief operating officer. He earned both his bachelor’s degree in health studies and his masters of public administration degree from Western Michigan University. Learn more about HGB at www.hgbhealth.com. MARTHA M. BIBBS HONORED AT GLAC’S 31ST ANNUAL FOUNDERS’ DAY The Greater Lansing Area Club of the National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women’s Clubs, Inc. (GLAC-NANBPWC) celebrated its 31st Annual Founders’ Day Awards Brunch at the Lexington Lansing Hotel in early spring. Its Sojourner Truth Award, the highest honor bestowed, was presented to Martha M. Bibbs. The Frederick Douglass Award, which recognizes a man of distinction was given to Eugene L. Cain, Ed.D. The Business Excellence Award was presented to Re’Shane and Steve Lonzo of DRM Genesis Home Healthcare Providers and Eleanor Kue, M.D. was the recipient of the Community Service Award. Youth on the Move Awards were presented to Aa’Liyah Nixon and Sophia Marie Simon. The mission of the organization is to promote and protect the interests of African American business and professional women; to serve as a bridge for young people seeking to enter business and the professions; to improve the quality of life in the local and global communities and to foster good fellowship. MICHIGAN PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION ANNOUNCES NEW HOME AT H INC. PROPERTY H Inc. is proud to announce that the Michigan Public Service Commission (MPSC) has recently signed a lease for 61,000-square-feet of office space at the Prudden Tech Center. The first automotive historic restoration project in the state of Michigan is now full thanks to the recent announcement of the Michigan Public Service Commission lease. This project is a bright spot for the community and an indicator of economic recovery. Because of its historical significance, it has laid the groundwork for like projects in our region as well as the overall economic impact for the greater Lansing area. After nearly two years of working at various locations after a flood rendered their previous office unusable, the Michigan Public Service Commission is pleased to have found a location that fits all of their employees. This new lease will provide a cost savings thanks to the fact that it is full service, smaller and more efficient. The new space will be designed to fit the current needs of the agency and their customers, and is located in the central business district of Lansing. For more info visit www.hinclive.com. BRET OLEKSYN HONORED WITH BIG50 AWARD Bret Oleskyn, owner of Odd Fellows Contracting, Inc. has been selected by Remodeling magazine to join the Remodeling Big50. The Big50 awards were presented at a gala dinner at the Remodeling Leadership Conference in Washington, DC on May 10. The 2013 Big50 winners are featured in the May issue of Remodeling, a national trade publication read by more than 98,000 professional remodeling contractors. Each year since 1986, the Remodeling Big50 inducts 50 owners of remodeling companies that have set exceptionally high standards for professionalism and integrity through exemplary business practices, craftsmanship and impact in their community or the industry at large. Big 50 remodelers run successful, often growing, companies of various sizes that have taken the lead in raising industry standards. We’d like to hear from you! Do you have a business or personal milestone announcement relevant to women of the Clinton, Eaton and Ingham counties? 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