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Vocation success story presented at meeting

Fri, Nov 3rd 2017 03:50 pm
During the Oct. 25 meeting of Grand Island Rotary at the Buffalo Launch Club, Islander Mike Ludwig described his progression from a dry wall installer to a successful entrepreneur who, along with his wife and with financial advice from Christine Learman, CPA, created and grew Island Pet Lodge to the leading pet care facility on the Island.
Features such as "doggie day care," television set playing animal shows for their guests, suites to allow doggie pairs to stay together while boarding, supervised and cushioned outdoor play yard, all left the non-pet-owners at the Rotary meeting shaking their heads in disbelief. However, it did show everyone what it takes to have a successful pet boarding operation in this age.
These "vocation success stories" are part of the Rotary mission to help develop vocational service, along with community and youth service, among its members and the larger community.
Pictured, from left, at the meeting are John Harbison (Rotary member); Mike Heigel (Rotary Club president); Ludwig (owner of Island Pet Lodge and speaker at the meeting); and Learman (Rotary director and financial adviser to Island Pet Lodge).

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