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Thank you for making the Summer Golf Classic 2016 a great day of golf, food, networking and prizes!

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The Howell Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Summer Golf Classic was a hot and clear day at Hunters Ridge Golf Course in Howell. Over 150 golfers and members enjoyed this fantastic networking event and competed in a friendly 18-hole scramble on Wednesday July 20th, competing for trophies, prizes and give-aways.…

Downtown Howell Rocks the Block one last time this summer

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Downtown Howell will be rocking with more music and food Wednesday, August 3rd, as Rock the Block returns for the third and final time this summer! This family-friendly summer series takes place the first Wednesday evenings of June, July and August.  Live bands play throughout downtown along with opportunities to…

2016 Margaret Starkey Scholarship Recipients Announced

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2016 Margaret Starkey Scholarship winners announced The Howell Area Chamber of Commerce Foundation annually awards the Margaret Starkey Scholarship to outstanding, non-traditional students who are advancing their education while working. This year there are three winners, each of whom will receive $1,500. They are: Alyssa Ballestero of Special Ministries of…

Grand Openings and Ribbon Cuttings Galore in July

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Grand Openings and Ribbon Cuttings are sign of the times in Howell. Great times! July of 2016 is proving to be a leading busy month for the chamber’s big red scissors, with the following events already planned: July 2016: •    July 1 – The Warehouse Rocks Grand Opening, 3-10 p.m.,…

The last brick was placed at the Howell Courthouse Amphitheater Dedication

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Livingston County Commissioners Gary Childs and Carol Griffith acted as masters of ceremonies during the event, which caps the eight-month, $215,000 restoration project. The project added new stairs, railings and benches, as well as a new retaining wall and expanded seating area. Though used for several community events throughout the year, the…