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By Sharon Verbreten

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Nonprofits tend to be focused, rightfully so, on their niche strengths. But sometimes, their business expertise needs a little extra help. 

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Food insecurity is pervasive, even in Northeast Wisconsin. Helping people out of it is the goal behind the F.R.E.S.H. Project, a nonprofit org…

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For Jim, a 73-year-old veteran of the U.S. Navy, having a safe place to call home is, in his words, “helping me learn to help myself.

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Diversity is more than a buzzword these days. It’s become a rallying cry in politics, business, sports and beyond.

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When Jim and Jane Watermolen of Abrams purchased a large tract of land in far northern Wisconsin 25 years ago, they wanted it to remain undeve…

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Just before her 29th birthday, Rachel Swick of Forest Junction was diagnosed with cancer. It was, of course, a daunting time for the young wom…

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The power of charitable giving isn’t in the amount you give, it’s in the act itself. It’s in the people supporting causes they believe in and …

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Across Wisconsin, more than a third of households struggle to afford the basic necessities of housing, child care, health care, food and trans…

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Menasha Corp. has acquired ARI Packaging of Alsip, Ill. The business will operate as part of Menasha Packaging Co., a subsidiary of Menasha Co…

Acuity Insurance moved up to No. 2 in the nation on the 2016 Fortune “100 Best Companies to Work For” list. This is the second consecutive yea…

Andrew J. Leavitt became the 11th chancellor of the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh Nov. 1. As vice president for university advancement at th…

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Butte des Morts Country Club celebrated its 90th anniversary and a three-year, $3 million upgrade to its facilities is under way, including a …

Dawn Shuman was promoted to CEO of Wild Rose Community Memorial Hospital following the retirement of Don Caves. Shuman, who has been Wild Rose…

Lawrence University received a record-breaking gift that will enable the school to provide full financial assistance to an additional 50 stude…

Ministry Health Care announced that Bill Calhoun will assume responsibilities as president of St. Elizabeth Hospital in Appleton. He is curren…

The Medical College of Wisconsin received more than $5 million from the Wisconsin Building Commission to develop two new medical school campus…

SECURA Insurance announced Dave Gross will serve as President & CEO following the retirement of John Bykowski at the end of June. Gross jo…

BayCare Clinic Foundation awarded $2,000 scholarships to eight students. The scholarships are awarded annually to students in Green Bay and su…

Fred Monique, vice president of economic development for Advance, retired from the Green Bay Area Chamber of Commerce in May. Monique joined t…

ChemDesign Products of Marinette was selected as the 2014 Business of the Year at the annual Marinette Menominee Area Chamber of Commerce dinn…

Jeff Vande Leest was hired as president and CEO of Family Services of Northeast Wisconsin Inc., of Green Bay. He succeeds Tom Martin, who reti…

Consultants Laboratory of Wisconsin LLC, Fond du Lac, achieved a two-year accreditation by the Commission on Laboratory Accreditation of the C…

Erich Pfeifer is the new president and chief operating officer at Marine Travelift in Sturgeon Bay. He succeeds Steve Pfeifer, who was preside…

Society Insurance in Fond du Lac recently made several new executive appointments following the retirement of Jim Thomas as chief executive of…

Howard Kamerer is the new president and chief executive officer of WOW Logistics, a leader in warehousing and distribution. Kamerer has extens…

Rollie Stephenson, chief executive officer of Faith Technologies in Menasha, was named an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Upper Mid…