IRON MOUNTAIN - Lee Guizzetti will be the featured speaker at the Americans for Constitutional Enforcement (ACE) meeting at Recreation Lanes on Tuesday, Aug. 21.
With a degree in education from Northern Michigan University, Guizzetti taught high school government and American history in the Ishpeming public schools and government in the adult education program of the Ishpeming-Negaunee-N.I.C.E. Community School program.
Entering the private sector, he worked for M.J. Electric as their field office manager at the Tilden Mine.
He also founded the Central Insurance Agency, an independent property and casualty firm in Ishpeming, which he has successfully operated for the past 30 years.
First elected to the Ishpeming city council in 1975, Guizzetti was re-elected to each successive term resigning in 2000 when he moved from the city to Ishpeming Township where he was appointed to serve on the joint waste-water treatment board.
In addition to several top service awards for his governmental service, Guizzetti was honored by being elected to a three year term to the board of directors of the Michigan Municipal League, which serves the needs of its 500-plus governmental membership.
The social hour will be at 5:30 p.m. Those having the optional dinner (Italian chicken breast in bun with fries; beverage and dessert for $6.95) must RSVP by calling Diana Miller 774-7810.
Guizzetti will hold a special 'Family Talk with Dinner.' For the meeting, from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., Guizzetti's topic will be ACE, More Important Now than Ever.
Dickinson County Clerk Dolly Cook will be present to swear in the newest elected officers for the ACE organization of Iron Mountain. Officers are to be elected every two years.
ACE meetings are the third Tuesday of every month except December at Recreation Lanes in Iron Mountain.