2013-03-07 / News

‘Prize’worthy



Above, “Team Manistique” is shown at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation headquarters in Princeton, N.J. receiving the Roadmaps to Health Prize recently. From left to right: Risa Lavizzo-Mourey, president and CEO of the RWJF; Sheila Aldrich, Manistique city manager; Connie Diller, director of the Schoolcraft County Chamber of Commerce; Judie Zerilli, community champion and Manistique Farmers’ Market volunteer; Susan Phillips, medical social worker at Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital; Lisa Myers, Sault Tribe Strategic Alliance for Health Project coordinator; and Erik Mason, principal of Emerald Elementary School. The $25,000 prize was one of only six awarded nationwide. 
Courtesy photo Above, “Team Manistique” is shown at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation headquarters in Princeton, N.J. receiving the Roadmaps to Health Prize recently. From left to right: Risa Lavizzo-Mourey, president and CEO of the RWJF; Sheila Aldrich, Manistique city manager; Connie Diller, director of the Schoolcraft County Chamber of Commerce; Judie Zerilli, community champion and Manistique Farmers’ Market volunteer; Susan Phillips, medical social worker at Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital; Lisa Myers, Sault Tribe Strategic Alliance for Health Project coordinator; and Erik Mason, principal of Emerald Elementary School. The $25,000 prize was one of only six awarded nationwide. Courtesy photo

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