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March 7 2016Here is the majority of Arconauts re

first_imgMarch 7, 2016Here is the majority of Arconauts, residents, volunteers and workshop participants, photo taken on March 3rd 2016 by Chihiro Saito.front row from left:Colleen Connery – ceramics, Amanda Clark – development volunteer, Jennifer Thornton – visiting alumna, Colleen Reckow and Rowan [hiding] – accounting, Andrew Herman – workshop in AIS, Betty Nguyen – scholarship, Molly Almeida – graphics internship, Carole Hao – Strathclyde Masters of Architecture, Cecilia Cavallo – planning volunteer, Tomiaki Tamura – Cosanti Foundation Director.second row from left:Ron Chandler – construction and landscaping manager, Ivan Fritz – AIS manager, David Tollas – construction, Meshell Whittaker – workshop in archives, Steven Black – workshop in planning, Viola Adriano – workshop in construction, Simon Nessman – workshop in archives, Tony Fragiacomo – volunteer in archives, standing in striped t-shirt is Rob Jameson – AIS, Mary Hoadley – Cosanti Foundation Director, Patrick Louie – maintenance, Sue Kirsch – archive manager.third row from left:Chihiro Saito – archive volunteer, Amarillis Fuentes – cafe, Leah-Ann Walker – archive volunteer, also temporary AirB+B manager, Jeff Fisher – maintenance, Cayo Romero – landscaping, Rebecca Holderbach – workshop in welding, Rodrigo de la Gomez – workshop in planning, Zach Mundt in blue checkered shirt – workshop in construction.upper row from left:Dunkin Halleck – visiting alumnus and volunteer in ceramics, Clelia Zappala – visiting alumna and wife of Dunkin,  behind Clelia is Danny Fields – guest services manager, Ariel Ky – workshop in archives, peeking out behind Ariel is Erin O’Loughlin – ceramics manager, almost hidden behind Erin is Zeb Hornberger – foundry, Taylor Courtland – foundry, Brendan Seigl – foundry, Charles Wicker – foundry, Allie Gibbs – foundry, Ryan David – foundry, Scott Riley – habitat / utilities manager, Hunter Eary – visiting alumnus, with hat is Angus Gluck – visiting alumnus, Flavio Borelli – planning manager, Jonas Fister – foundry, infront of Jonas is Laura Villa Baroncelli – photographer, Paolo Van Erp – construction – welding, behind Paolo is Steffan Phillips – foundry, Jeff Stein – Cosanti Foundation Director, Andy Chao – foundry manager.missing from the photo are:Laura Banks – tour guide and seamstress, Nadia Begin – resident working off-site, Lance Cope – Cordes Lakes Visitors Center, Thomas Crowe – extended stay alumnus, Hildemar Cruz – cafe, archives and workshop coordination assistant, Peter Dahm and his two sons Justin and Jonathan, Peter is chef in the cafe, Thomas Dean – visitors center, Alex DeWald – visitors center and tour guide, Linda Fournier – ceramics, Cliff Hersted – Cordes Lakes Visitors Center, Melanie Husband – bookkeeping, cafe and workshop coordinator, Lorenzo Mastino – maintenance, Isaak Mueske – tour guide, Kelly Pai – tour guide, Dillon Quibin – foundry, Julie Quinn – landscaping, Randall Schultz – wood working, Brent Scott – maintenance, Peter Seiter – cafe, maintenance and tour guide, Nick Skinner – cafe, Sasha and Tristan Tollas – family, Paul Vigne – purchasing – recycling, Ed Werman – extended stay alumnus, and workshop participant Lana Morris.last_img read more

Rep Howrylak encourages community to submit input on mental health services

first_img Categories: Howrylak News Website will assist House task force in forming policy ideasState Representative Martin Howrylak today encouraged Oakland County residents to submit feedback to a House Task Force reviewing mental health services in Michigan.Rep. Howrylak, of Troy, said he hopes community members will participate by submitting their feedback. Citizens who have suggestions regarding veterans’ care, substance abuse treatment, mental health services, and training for law enforcement can submit their input online at“This is a valuable opportunity for the citizens in our community to share their ideas and personal experiences,” Rep. Howrylak said. “The information gathered during this process will help develop meaningful reforms to improve access to quality mental health care throughout the state of Michigan.”A bipartisan House panel was recently tasked with exploring ways to enable Michigan residents facing mental health challenges to live happier, healthier, and more independent lives. The Task Force established the website to provide concerned citizens with an easy way to contribute to the public policy discussion.The House C.A.R.E.S. Task Force is named for the key elements the group hopes to address in mental health reform: Community, Access, Resources, Education and Safety. The Task Force is holding various public meetings throughout the state to receive input from individuals and tour treatment facilities to gain a better understanding of the challenges in the system.Meetings are currently scheduled at the following locations:Thursday, Aug. 17, at Hope Network Education Center, 775 36th St. SE in Grand Rapids, from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.Monday, Aug. 21 at Mid-Michigan Community College, 1375 S. Clare St. in Harrison, at 1 p.m.Tuesday, Aug. 29, at Oakland Community Health Network, 2011 Executive Drive in Auburn Hills, from 2 to 4 p.m.### 09Aug Rep. Howrylak encourages community to submit input on mental health serviceslast_img read more

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