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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.,…

2016 Michigan Challenge Balloonfest Winners

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2016 Michigan Challenge Balloonfest Winners   As most people know, Michigan Challenge Balloonfest is a competitive event. 2016 was a fine year of competition and the winners of the 50 competing balloons are: FIRST PLACE Balloon 43: Texas Star Pilot: Joe Heartsill of San Angelo, Texas Sponsor: First Impression Print…

What is Chamber Cash and how does it work?

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Chamber Cash is a gift certificate that can be used at many of your favorite Howell-Area restaurants, hot spots, shops and entertainment. Over 20 area merchants accept Chamber Cash. You can purchase Chamber Cash at the chamber, buy online and print the certificate off or email Chamber Cash to one…

Spotlight in the News: Special Ministries of Livingston County works to pair special needs adults with local area businesses

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Adults with developmental disabilities may have special needs but they share the same basic need for community and belonging. This is the inspiration behind Special Ministries of Livingston County. Special Ministries of Livingston County was originally founded in 1972 as a faith-based program for special needs adults within St. George…