Insight on Business

February 2015

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54 | I NSIGH T • F e b r u a r y 2 0 15 w w w . i n s i g h t o n b u s i n e s s . c o m ...to Partner Locally! "I never considered a credit union for commercial purposes, but now that's changed. Community First's mission to save people money is real. They saved my business a lot of money," said independent businessman, Tom Purdy. "I was awed by Community First's rapid response and competitiveness. They found a way for me." Let Community First find a way for your business too. "Community First is an extremely valuable partner." Tom Purdy Apple Hill Farms Development CFCU Member/Owner www.communityfirstcu.com (920) 830-7200 or Toll-Free 1-866-273-2328 APPLETON, GREENVILLE, NEENAH, DARBOY, DE PERE, HOWARD OSHKOSH, MANITOWOC, WAUPACA, NEW LONDON, NICHOLS earlychildhooddirect.com, which consolidates the company's early childhood offerings in one online location. Fox Valley Hematology & Oncology launched weekend clinic hours, enabling patients to be treated at the practice's office when they would otherwise be sent to a hospital. e clinic is open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays, rotating between the Grant Street location at Appleton Medical Center and the Madison Street clinic at St. Elizabeth Hospital. Kundinger Fluid Power, Neenah, doubled the size of its Technology Center in the Neenah Industrial Park, 2437 Progress Court, growing from 10,000 to 20,000 square feet to house Kundinger Service & Repair Solutions Center. Lakeland College moved its Green Bay center to 2601 Development Drive, Bellevue. e new, $2.8 million center, developed by Somerstone of Brookfield, has been under construction since June. e college serves more than 500 adult students in the Green Bay area. Sterling Water–Chain of Lakes, Waupaca, a subsidiary of Sterling Water, Inc., announced the acquisition of Culligan of Waupaca. Culligan of Waupaca will continue service in Waupaca, Waushara, Portage and the western half of Outagamie County. JCPenney presented its Cracker Jack award to H.J. Martin and Son, Green Bay, at its 2014 contractor summit. e award is given to a company that goes above and beyond expectations in regard to professionalism, teamwork, customer service and quality of work. e American Hospital Association recognized Ministry Door County Medical Center, Sturgeon Bay, with a plaque for 75 years of continuous AHA membership. e AHA marks membership anniversaries at 25, 50 and 75 years of membership. { b u s i n e s s }

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