Chamber welcomes life coach Sarah Rice

THE DICKINSON AREA CHAMBER of Commerce at the recent ribbon-cutting for new member Sarah K. Rice, Life Coach, LLC. From left are: Teresa Schettler, Dickinson County Healthcare System public relations; Chris Hanley, owner, State Farm Agency; Greta Michaud, Superior Realty broker/owner; John Budge, Daily News; Sandi White, Habitat for Humanity; Ben Ryan, Daily News; Tamara Juul, Dickinson Area Community Foundation executive director; Sarah K. Rice, owner of Sarah K. Rice Life Coach, LLC.; her husband, Wally Rice; Sandy Petroff, First National Bank & Trust business banker; Trisha Peterson, Results Broadcasting general manager; and Suzanne Larson, Dickinson Area Chamber of Commerce executive director. (Chris Tomassucci/Daily News photo)

IRON MOUNTAIN — The Dickinson Area Chamber of Commerce recently hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony for new business Sarah K. Rice, Life Coach, LLC.

Rice’s office opened this year in Suite L105 at 427 S. Stephenson Ave. in Iron Mountain.

As a life coach, mentor and motivational speaker, Rice said she offers youth and women opportunities for empowerment, mindfulness, stress management, self-esteem and more through workshops, classes, events and retreats.

Rice recently hosted the Back to School Expo and Fashion Show at Pine Mountain Resort, inviting young girls and boys to model clothing.

She said she believes that no matter how a person feels, that individual is not broken and does not need to be “fixed.”

“You are naturally creative, resourceful and whole when it comes to your life,” Rice said. “Coaching can help you look at any situation from a different perspective and get you back on track for success.”

For more information on her services and rates, contact Sarah K. Rice, Life Coach, at 734-585-6748, or check her website for upcoming events at www.coachsarahkrice.com.

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