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Boyne Highland Resort to host MILD conference
The Michigan Institute of Laundering and Drycleaning will be heading to Harbor Springs for
its summer convention scheduled to be held July 20 to 22.
The event will take place at the Boyne Highland Resort, home to 72 holes of championship
golf, a par-three course, spa, horseback trail rides and scenic chairlift rides.
It will also be home to a busy agenda for the association, beginning on Friday with a board
meeting and a welcome reception.
On Saturday, Nora Nealis, executive director of the National Cleaners Association, will
deliver a keynote address.
Her presentation will offer advice on what cleaners can do to succeed, from a look at
industry disruptors, to fashion trends that demand more than traditional drycleaning, to
opportunities for growth. She will also discuss millennial behavior and explore drycleaning
service enhancements, apps and other “hooks” that appeal to millennials.
Then, golf lovers can enjoy a nine-hole outing before the evening concludes with a MILD
President’s Reception and Awards Dinner.
On Sunday, the audience can hear from a panel of solvent users.
The cost of registration for the conference is $250 for members, then $75 for an adult
guest, $25 for children between eight and 17, and children under eight can attend for free.
Non-members pay $300 each with $100 for an adult guest, $25 for children between eight
and 17, and free for children under eight.
For room accommodations at the Boyne Highlands Resort, there is a special rate of $116
per room per night, call (800) 462-6963 and ask for the MILD room block.
For more information or to register, call MILD, (877) 390-6453 or visit www.mildmi.org.
WFI, IPDL will host golf outings in June
 Both the Wisconsin Fabricare Institute and the Illinois Professional Drycleaners and
Launderers will be hosting golf tournaments this month.
 First up is WFI’s 15th Annual Fitzgerald Scholarship Classic that will take place on Tuesday,
June 19 at the River Club of Mequon.
The cost of $135 covers 18 holes of golf with cart, lunch, a sleeve of commemorative golf
balls, special hole events, refreshments, prizes, dinner and more.
 Golfers can register at 11 a.m. at the event and take part in the qualifying round of a
putting contest. Then, WFI will host lunch on the Sundeck at 11:30 a.m.
 A shotgun start will take place at 12:30 p.m. When the golfing concludes, attendees will
enjoy cocktails and a putting contest at 5 p.m. that will feature $200 in cash prizes. Dinner
will begin at 6 p.m.
 Proceeds from the event go to fund WFI’s Fitzgerald Scholarship to help cover travel
expenses and tuition for qualifying employers, employees or immediate family members who
are selected.
 Next up is the IPDL annual golf outing which tees off on Thursday, June 28.
 It will take place at the Arrowhead Golf Club located at 26W151 Butterfield Rd. in Wheaton,
IL.
 The cost is $135 for a box lunch prior to tee off, 18 holes with a cart, a buffet dinner after
golf and a chance at door prizes.
For more information, contact IPDL’s office by calling (815) 521-1187 or visit them online
at
www.ipdl.org.