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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…

Summer Golf Classic set for Hunters Ridge on July 20th

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The chamber’s 42nd Annual Summer Golf Classic is set for Wednesday, July 20, at the beautiful Hunters Ridge Golf Course in Howell. This is your chance to play the course that Golf Digest Magazine awarded a four-and-a-half star rating, featuring 30 acres of centennial farmland amid natural wetlands. Registration begins…

Volunteers can earn money for their non-profits by working balloonfest parking

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Parking volunteers can earn money for their non-profit organizations during the Michigan Challenge Balloonfest, set for June 24-26. The Howell Area Chamber of Commerce will make a donation to the non-profit organization of your choice. Volunteers earn $7 an hour for the non-profit organization of their choice. If you would…

County employers need entry-level workers, say they’re willing to collaborate on transportation issues

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A recent survey of over 100 leading companies in Livingston County shows a big need for entry level workers. These companies provided data on their open positions, wages and worker transportation needs in the survey conducted by the Howell Area Chamber of Commerce in collaboration with the Workforce Intelligence Network,…