On June 29th some of our employees and their families laced up their running shoes and headed south across the border. They all walked the entire International bridge for an incredible view of the twin Saults.
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As always our staff enjoy soaking up the rays on a sunny day and like to get outside to enjoy a tasty BBQ.
STEM Engineering Group Inc. was founded in 1994 which means that this year we are celebrating 25 years in business in Sault Ste. Marie! We had a staff birthday party to celebrate this milestone.
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The employees and their families enjoyed another beautiful sunny day out at Searchmont on Friday March 8th. Come goggle at our goggles below.
We look forward to our annual Christmas gatherings each year. Good food, good company and a chance to celebrate Christmas together. Stem’s Christmas dinner & breakfast are both traditions that makes this company feel more like a family.
Every year we have an annual Christmas Tree Decorating Party. This year we lucked out, as the day we picked happened to be a PD Day for the children. We invited all the employee’s children/grandchildren and they came in droves. What a fun event this was. Continue reading
It was the 61st Annual Mackinac bridge walk and a beautiful day! A large group of STEM employees, family & friends gathered in St. Ignace to trek across the bridge to Mackinaw City and then enjoy an afternoon on Mackinac Island. The walk went well and the kids enjoyed the ferry ride to the Island afterwards. Once on the Island, everyone enjoyed lunch at Cawthorne’s Village Inn. After that everyone spread out to enjoy the sights and activities that make Mackinac Island famous.
Once again, we were able to enjoy a few staff/family BBQ’s this summer. The food, company, and weather was on point.
It was the 32nd Annual International bridge walk this past weekend, and a group from STEM got together to enjoy the unique event. The weather was perfect, and the views were amazing. After the walk everyone got together at the Breakfast Pig to enjoy brunch. For more information on the bridge walk: Facebook, Twitter, SSMCOC