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January Grand Openings and Ribbon Cuttings

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Join your fellow Howell Area Chamber of Commerce members as they start the New Year off with a bang by opening new locations and businesses!  Celebrate the following grand openings and ribbon cuttings in January: January 10th  |  Howell Coney Island Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting: 3pm – 4pm (ribbon…

Annual Dinner award recipients announced

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The Howell Area Chamber of Commerce will host its 61st Annual Dinner & Citizen of the Year Presentation on Thursday, January 25 at the Johnson Center at Cleary University. The event will recognize community leaders’ achievements and spotlight key Howell Area Chamber of Commerce programs and activities in 2017. “We…

Medilodge of Howell thanks generous Annual Christmas Raffle Donors

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Medilodge of Howell thanks all who donated and attended the 2017 Annual Christmas Raffle. Medilodge appreciates the continued effort in our community and would like to personally thank the following businesses and citizens for their donations:   A & B’S SWEET TREATS LINDEN ALLMED BITTNER & BARLEY ATTORNEY BRYLAH FASHIONS…

Tanger Outlets gives back to local charities to help them raise awareness with the Tanger Cares Suite

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Tanger Outlets in Howell is proud to announce the Tanger Cares Suite. This special, complimentary space will be provided to local, non-profit charitable groups to build awareness of their organizations. It’s a one-day opportunity to reach Tanger shoppers (& retailers) through the suite from 11:00 AM until 5:00 PM, on…

Rep. Vaupel supports bills to expand and strengthen Michigan’s skilled trade opportunities

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State Rep. Hank Vaupel, of Fowlerville, recently voted for a bipartisan five-bill package to enhance skilled trade education in Michigan’s public schools. “This is an opportunity to help our children beyond high school while they’re still in the classroom,” Vaupel said. “Our mid-Michigan school districts will have more course flexibility,…