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The conversion has been ongoing for a couple of weeks now, and the dumpster placed outside the current site in the for-mer Miller’s Market building across from Walgreens suggests that the transition is getting underway. Stay tuned for details on the hours of operation for the newly relocated Subway and its official opening soon. Nicolina Holt launched her career as a photo-journalist, but having earned her degree in Studio Art she always gravitated back to studio work to employ the graphic design elements of her Michigan State University education. Now, 15 years after earning her sheepskin along the Red Cedar , the talented photographer is stepping up her game at Nicolina Holt Photography . Her business has oper-ated largely on a part-time basis for over five years now and survived largely on word-of-mouth refer-rals. 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While she especially now that she has her own shop in St. was at MSU, Nicolina worked as a photo editor for Joseph. Mandarino Graphics, says Beth, “Is some-the award-winning The State News and also spent thing I’ve always dreamed of doing .” She adds, summers photographing senior portraits at a portrait “In marketing, you never know what challenges you’ll face, so it’s always something new. Even RENAISSANCE ATHLETIC CLUB Fitness Through Community studio in the Detroit area. Upon graduation she though I’m now on my own, I’m still fortunate continued her photography career as a photojournal-ist at The Herald Palladium . After three years at the enough to work with wonderful people doing the newspaper, she obtained her teacher certification in work I love, so it’s really the best of both worlds.” art education and briefly taught elementary art. 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Pat Moody<br /> <br /> One of the most popular and successful fast food marketing campaigns in recent years features all sorts of folks Five Dollar Foot Long!" Well, for in the long history of Subway & Salad Shops in jones'ing for a " the first time Sandwich Michigan's Great Southwest you'll be able to grab your favorites on the run soon without even getting out of your car. Lots of folks have been watching construction crews working inside and out at the former HoneyBaked Ham store on Red Arrow Highway in Stevensville and wondering what was coming next. As I reported early this year at Moody on the Market.com, Mike & Lisa Welch and their partner Keith Avery emerged from the last Christmas season with an unexpected holiday bonus in the form of an unsolicited offer to buy their property at 4488 Red Arrow Highway. It became an offer too good to refuse and the restaurant changed hands. When it changed hands, it also changed brands as the owners and operators of the Subway restaurant at Glenlord and Red Arrow a few blocks away made the acquisition in order to relocate to the facility and for the first time afford customers the option of a drive-thru window.Painters on site at the former HoneyBaked building told me that the restaurant could well be up and running as early as later this week and certainly by the first couple of days of July. The conversion has been ongoing for a couple of weeks now, and the dumpster placed outside the current site in the former Miller's Market building across from Walgreens suggests that the transition is getting underway. Stay tuned for details on the hours of operation for the newly relocated Subway and its official opening soon.<br /> <br /> Nicolina Holt launched her career as a photojournalist, but having earned her degree in Studio Art she always gravitated back to studio work to employ the graphic design elements of her Michigan State University education. Now, 15 years after earning her sheepskin along the Red Cedar, the talented photographer is stepping up her game at Nicolina Holt Photography. Her business has operated largely on a part-time basis for over five years now and survived largely on word-of-mouth referrals.Demand was beginning to outstrip her capabilities without a dedicated studio space in which to work, so she began to rent studio space last year in the Scott Berry Promotions building on John Beers Road in Stevensville. Now that both of her children will be in school all day in the fall, she will be expanding the business and increasing her hours.<br /> <br /> Nicolina Holt Photography specializes in newborn, children, seniors and family portraiture and sports photography. She employs natural light to convey mood and emotion in her work. When in studio, Nicolina will often use window light, but will also incorporate studio lighting. Thanks to her background in photojournalism, she often uses that style to capture candid moments and prefers to use little or no posing to garner the most natural expressions from her subjects. She will also be teaming up with her husband, Dave Holt at Holt-Bosse with commercinl photography assignments. While she was nt MSU, Nicolina worked ns n photo editor for the nwnrd-winning The State News and also spent summers photographing senior portraits at a portrait studio in the Detroit area. Upon graduation she continued her photography career as a photojournalist at The Herald Palladium. After three years at the newspaper, she obtained her teacher certification in art education and briefly taught elementary art. She also taught black & white photography at Lake Michigan College for 10 years. The Nicolina Holt Photography Studio is located upstairs from Scott Berry Promotions at 1509 W. John Beers Road in Stevensville. The studio is stocked with a number of props, backgrounds, headbands, hats, ties and other accessories. Hours at the studio are by appointment and the number to call is 269-944-6594, or you can make contact through her website address by clicking this link: www.NicolinaHolt.com You can also follow her Facebook page for updates and promotions by clicking this link: www.Facebook.com/ NicolinaHoltPhotography <br /> <br /> Veteran print designer Beth Mandarino has created hundreds of special logos for hundreds of companies, organizations, individuals, events, and special considerations. Recently she created a particularly personal logo -- one for her own new company, Mandarino Graphics. Beth has been in the marketing & design business for 28 years now, and while the trade has taught her many things over the years, every day continues to be new and exciting,especially now that she has her own shop in St. Joseph. Mandarino Graphics, says Beth, "Is something I've always dreamed of doing." She adds, "In marketing, you never know what challenges you'll face, so it's always something new. Even though I'm now on my own, I'm still fortunate enough to work with wonderful people doing the work I love, so it's really the best of both worlds."The long time art director has done hundreds of logos for clients over the years including the one on the mast head at Moody on the Market.com. Beth created my logo for my online business venture.Beth's current customers include area marketing firms as well as smaller companies that need design work, but don't have the internal staff to take on the work. Mandarino Graphics offers the full range of print services, including logos and identity packages, brochures, banners, billboards, displays and everything in between. For years, Beth worked for Fathom Works and its forerunner, Perry Ballard, Incorporated. She will continue to do freelance work for Fathom Works. Beth also actively supports the community. She is involved in several area organizations such as The Alex Mandarino Foundation (and its annual 5k Duck Duck run, Kids' Fun Run and Wiffle Ball Tourney), 100 Women Strong and participates annually in the St. Joseph Public Art displays. She also serves on the board of directors for Vail Rubber Inc, as well as the St. Joseph Public Schools Foundation. To contact Mandarino Graphics, you can e-mail her at bmando420@gmail.Com or call 269-876-6339.<br /> <br /> Doug Landis has been helping men dress well in Michigan’s Great Southwest for more than 54 years now. Nevertheless, he’s not about to simply rest on his laurels in downtown St. Joseph’s central business district. Landis is President of Landis Clothing Company, and he has held court in several locations over his five-plus decades in the business.He started out in the Pro Shop at Wydwicke Country Club in St. Joseph Township, selling primarily golf shirts and slacks to avid golf fans.Eventually, he established his own presence as a full service men’s store, keeping executives of all stripes looking their sartorial best with first class suits, sport coats, dress shirts, ties and accessories. With the advent of business casual Doug’s business suit transactions have fallen precipitously, but he has adapted with quality business casual wear, sports shirts, polos and more. He still is the largest independent men’s clothier for suits and business wear in the community and he’s advancing into the world of the Internet now. Doug tells me that he’s had an online presence on Facebook for awhile now, having established that link in February of 2011. He’s becoming more serious now about his electronic offerings not only on his Facebook Business page, but also by launching his new website at www.LandisClothingCompany.com. The website is a fairly Spartan affair, with a listing of the brands carried in the store, directions to the shop and relevant contact information. There is a link to his Facebook site on the web, too, which provides more current photos of new merchandise as it becomes available for sale. Doug tells me that he will add more features to the website down the line including the sale of gift-certificates online and such. You can find Landis Clothing Company at the center of downtown St. Joseph at the key intersection of State & Broad Streets. In its current iteration, Landis Clothing has been serving the community since 1984, specializing in fine gentlemen’s clothing as well as leisure attire and attractive sportswear from some of the most widely acclaimed and trusted brands in men’s fashion. Names like Cutter & Buck, Nautica, and Van Heusen are just a few in store. The actual street address is 321 State Street, and you can reach the store at 269-983-7848.<br /> <br /> A young man who grew up watching his father practice the skill of dentistry has signed on as a new protege to veteran dentist Dr. Stuart Boekeloo in St. Joseph. Dr. Peter VanBeck, DDS, is a 2014 graduate of the University of Michigan School of Dentistry, who routinely volunteered his talents during dental school for free dental clinics. He was also an active member of the Hispanic Dental Association. His father, Dr. Robert VanBeck, DDS, practiced family dentistry in Kalamazoo for nearly 40 years and practiced at the Intercare Clinic in Benton Harbor for nearly 10 years. Peter, who hails from Kalamazoo, originally made a living as a concert pianist and, as such, won numerous national and international solo and chamber music awards and performed as a soloist with symphony orchestras across the U.S. and in Europe. He graduated magna cum laude from both the Eastman School of Music and the University of Rochester with bachelor’s degrees in piano performance and mathematics, respectively. He also earned masters and doctoral degrees from the Shepherd School of Music at Rice University. After graduating, Dr. VanBeck taught music at both Kalamazoo College and Lake Michigan College. It was his casual observation of the work his dedicated father performed while at Intercare that lit a passionate fire in him for the practice of dentistry. He says he was deeply moved by the positive change that dentistry was making in peoples’ lives. Thanks to his fluency in Spanish, Peter now takes a special interest in working with the Hispanic community and patients. When he is not busy with a rigorous physical fitness routine, Dr. VanBeck practices piano for enjoyment and plays the occasional concert. In high school he won awards for tennis and has since become an avid discgolf player and is a talented downhill skier. Now working as an associate dentist with Dr. Boekeloo at 2525 S. Cleveland Avenue in St. Joseph, Peter is seeing new patients. Appointments can be arranged by calling 269-429-6101. Dr. Boekeloo and Peter have been lifelong acquaintances. He has practiced in the St. Joseph community for more than 25 years and is heavily involved in community affairs. He too is accepting new patients in both St. Joseph and Watervliet, at his satellite clinic.<br /> <br /> Anybody whose travels routinely take them past St. Joseph City Hall will be able to keep close tabs on the Lighthouse Forever Fundraiser progress.In fact, they’ll be able to tell you at a glance how far the fund has advanced toward its $2-million dollar campaign goal. A specially designed “building wrap” depicting the North Pier lights and the Lighthouse Forever medallion side-by-side with a fundraising thermometer scale has been erected on the northwest corner of St. Joseph City Hall. The metric device is designed to keep top-of-mind awareness for the regional campaign, while at the same time instantly updating observers of the progress of the fundraising efforts. As organizers remind us, a century of wind and water has taken its toll on the iconic lights. No longer maintained by the federal government, the lighthouses now belong to the community. If we don’t step up to repair and preserve them, they could disappear forever. Everyone, however, is invited to support the Lighthouse Forever Fund and help the lighthouses keep watch... for us, and for future generations through the campaign.The city’s plans for restoration will take place in 2015 if the fundraising goal is met.Restoration includes three parts: Preventing further deterioration of the structures...Maintaining safety and integrity of the lighthouses...and Providing safe access and possibly returning them to their previous appearance at a given point in their history. The North Pier will be closed to the public in 2015 during the restoration process. The recently launched campaign is still in its infant stages, but has already amassed over $365,000.00 toward the goal. You can donate to the campaign yourself, or learn more about it online by clicking this direct link to the Lighthouse Forever Fund, and then watch with friends and neighbors as the “mercury” rises on the more than two-story tall scale on the Main Street side of St. Joseph City Hall: www.LighthouseForeverFund.org. <br /> <br /> That’s all the time and space available this week, kids. Join us again Saturday right here in MailMax…enjoy your 4th of July…and check us out regularly at www.MoodyontheMarket.com.<br /> <br /> Pat Moody<br /> Morning Radio Personality<br /> WSJM Radio<br /> moody@wsjm.com<br /> (269) 925-1111

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