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Howell Chamber President, Pat Convery, receives ‘Michigan Chamber Professional Award’ at state convention

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The Michigan Association of Chamber Professionals (MACP) recognized Pat Convery, IOM, President of the Howell Area Chamber of Commerce for her extraordinary industry achievements at the MACP Leadership Conference & Annual Meeting in Grand Rapids on October 26, 2017 with the Michigan Chamber Professional Award. Convery is the first chamber…

Many thanks to our generous community, Peanut Row in downtown Howell will be transformed this fall

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As part of the place-making initiative in Howell, a treasured alleyway in the heart of downtown Howell will be transformed into a full-time hangout space and public art gallery. Peanut Row Alley, the alleyway running parallel to Grand River, off State Street. on the northeast side, will be energized to make…

Five 2017 Margaret Starkey Scholarship recipients announced

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The Howell Area Chamber of Commerce Foundation is pleased to announce the five 2017 Margaret Starkey Scholarship recipients. This scholarship of the Howell Area Chamber of Commerce Foundation honors the memory of Margaret Starkey, who died in 2002. Margaret proudly served as executive assistant at the chamber for 31 years…

Good Morning Livingston’s shares the stories of three Entrepreneur’s Business Adventures

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  It was an entertaining morning at Cleary University’s Johnson Center on Tuesday, May 9th. Three local entrepreneurs shared their stories of success and struggle and discovery within their business careers.               Tim and Susie Clausnitzer of Brighton NC Machine Tim and Susie (brother…

2017 Taste of Livingston Winners are…

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The 2017 Taste of Livingston brought nearly 20 area restaurants and caterers and bakers to the Howell High School Cafeteria on the Saturday of Livingston County Home & Garden Show. Tickets are 75 cents per “taste” and guests deposit tickets at each restaurant where they receive their “taste.” The winners…