2012-05-17 / Community

Taking off



Jim Creighton and Chuck Renze, of Chuck Renze Ford, recently turned over the keys to a 2011 F-350 Ford Van to Tony Grahovac, project manager for Central U.P. Community Corrections. The van was purchased by UPCAP Services for use by Central U.P. Community Corrections in Alger and Schoolcraft Counties. Since taking over in January, crews have been busy providing labor for several organizations in both communities. Above, from left to right, Grahovac, Renze, Becky McIntyre, of UPCAP Services, and Creighton are shown. UPCAP President Jonathan Mead recently expressed his gratitude after UPCAP took over the Community Corrections operations. “On behalf of the UPCAP Board of Directors, I want to thank the Central U.P. CCAB, the Alger County Board of Commissioners and the Schoolcraft County Board for having faith and confidence in UPCAP,” he said. “I have the utmost confidence that we will make them proud of their decision to hire us.” 
Pioneer Tribune photo Jim Creighton and Chuck Renze, of Chuck Renze Ford, recently turned over the keys to a 2011 F-350 Ford Van to Tony Grahovac, project manager for Central U.P. Community Corrections. The van was purchased by UPCAP Services for use by Central U.P. Community Corrections in Alger and Schoolcraft Counties. Since taking over in January, crews have been busy providing labor for several organizations in both communities. Above, from left to right, Grahovac, Renze, Becky McIntyre, of UPCAP Services, and Creighton are shown. UPCAP President Jonathan Mead recently expressed his gratitude after UPCAP took over the Community Corrections operations. “On behalf of the UPCAP Board of Directors, I want to thank the Central U.P. CCAB, the Alger County Board of Commissioners and the Schoolcraft County Board for having faith and confidence in UPCAP,” he said. “I have the utmost confidence that we will make them proud of their decision to hire us.” Pioneer Tribune photo

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