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11:09 PM, Jan. 31, 2013  |  Comments
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SCORE to host free seminar

The Central Wisconsin Chapter of SCORE will present a free seminar, "Starting and Surviving in Business: Planning for Business Success," from 6:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Feb. 12 in room 1236 at Waupaca High School, E2325 King Road.

The seminar will focus on the process of developing a business plan, including finding the optimal legal structure for your business. The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point Small Business Development Center and the Waupaca Chamber of Commerce also are assisting with the event.

For more information and preregistration, please call 715-346-3861.

Sentry names new VP

Sentry Insurance has promoted Scott A. Miller to vice president of transportation. He succeeds Don Olson, who retired from Sentry after a 37-year career with the company.

Miller began his insurance career with Sentry in 1995. He has been the director of underwriting for national accounts since 2009, and previously served in a number of capacities in the actuarial department, including director of property and casualty reserving.

Miller holds a bachelor's degree in mathematics from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater and is a fellow of the Casualty Actuarial Society and a member of the American Academy of Actuaries.

Skyward president honored

Scott Glinski, president of Skyward Inc. and Mid-State Technical College graduate, was honored with the Wisconsin Technical College District Boards Association 2012 Distinguished Alumni Award.

The award recognizes one person each year for their demonstrated value of a technical college education through career advancement, community service, continued personal and educational growth, and support of the Wisconsin Technical College System.

Glinski earned a computer electronics associate degree in 1986 and an instrumentation associate degree in 1987, both from MSTC. He is now a 25-year veteran of Skyward, a premier provider of K-12 administrative software.

Born and raised in Stevens Point, Glinski is an active member of the Portage County Business Council's Board of Directors and also serves on the Stevens Point Area YMCA Board of Directors.

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