Teaching Family Homes celebrates High Ropes Course Opening with Ribbon CuttingMARQUETTE – Teaching Family Homes recently teamed up with the Lake Superior Community Partnership (LSCP) to celebrate the opening of their high/low ropes courses. Outcomes include enhancement of cooperation, decision making, self-confidence, positive risk taking, social cohesion, trust, self-esteem, teamwork, goal setting and leadership- which are at the core of improving the health and wellness to our U.P. community. The courses are available for rental to both groups and individuals, with a 3 hour minimum. For more information, contact Teaching Family Homes at 906.249.5437. Pictured from left to right: Jerry LePage, NMU Lineman Program Instructor, Mike Smith, TFH Ropes Course Coordinator, Mark Holliday, TFH Interim CEO, Kori Tossova, Western Marquette County Health Foundation Board Member, David Lynch, Marquette Board of Light & Power Assistant Director of Utility Operations, Dave Mastric, TFH Facilities Manager, Kia Richmond, TFH Board of Directors VP, Rich Rossway, TFH Marketing & Fund Development Director, Roxanne Daust, TFH Board of Directors President, Susan LaFernier, Keweenaw Bay Indian Community Tribal Council Member, Nancy Seminoff, TFH Board of Directors Trustee, Sally Davis, Rotary Club of Marquette President, John Kivela, 109th District State Representative, Darlene Walch, Sands Township Supervisor, Matt Johnson, Eagle Mine External Relations Manager/Marquette County Ambassador, and his son Cole Johnson. We unveiled our low ropes course (below) onSunday afternoon, April 10, and a group of hearty educators had a great adventure while learning teamwork and problem solving skills (see pictures below). Once the snow melts, our course will be available for use for our entire community!! For more information contact Rich Rossway at email@example.com or call (906) 249-5437.
November 19, 2015
Our next step will be to finish the low ropes component, which will commence on the first week of April, 2016.The crew and their slaves! Birds eye view at the top of the 300' ZipLine November 12, 2015 The incredible work by Pro Image Adventures is almost complete! October 10, 2015 Progress!!!! Our ropes course project took another big step recently! The students from the NMU Lineman program were able to use our project as an experiential learning opportunity. The Electrical Line Technician Program operates at the Midwest Skills Development Center – the former K.I. Sawyer Air Force Base in Marquette County. The program was developed by the Lake Superior Community Partnership Foundation and is a part of Northern Michigan University’s Technical and Occupational Sciences Department. Northern Michigan University (NMU) provides the program instruction, implementation and certification. Thank you to Jerry LePage and his entire staff on donating their time, equipment and expertise!!