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Pat Convery, Howell Chamber President, announces her retirement after dedicating 28 years to Howell

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After a 28-year career at the Howell Area Chamber of Commerce, President Pat Convery is retiring. “It is a bitter sweet morning as the Howell Chamber’s Board of Directors announces to the Howell Chamber staff, membership and Howell community the retirement of a great leader and community advocate,” Howell Chamber…

Community Foundation of Livingston County awards Duane Zemper Legacy Foundation with donation for sculpture

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The Community Foundation for Livingston County has awarded $15,000 in support of a sculpture to be created in honor of the late Howell resident, Duane Zemper. The sculpture will be placed at the Howell Carnegie District Library in downtown Howell. The Duane Zemper Legacy Project committee is a collaboration of…

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…

Howell Area Chamber of Commerce is once again named an Outstanding Chamber of the Year Finalist

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The Michigan Association of Chamber Professionals (MACP) has once again recognized the Howell Area Chamber of Commerce for its efforts in the community and working on behalf of chamber members as a finalist for the 2017 Outstanding Chamber of the Year Award. The Howell Chamber is being recognized in the”large…

Zemp Legacy Project enters next phase to include dedicated sculpture

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The Duane Legacy Project committee, formed to memorialize the enormous contribution to Howell by the man fondly known as “Zemp,” has selected artists and a sculpture design. After a nationwide request for proposal, the sculpture team of Colin & Kristine Poole of Santa Fe, New Mexico was chosen from eight…