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This year’s Leadership Livingston program kicks off Sept. 19

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Are you looking for a way to develop your leadership skills and network with leaders in Livingston County? If so, Leadership Livingston is for you, and applications are now being accepted for the 2013-2014 session, which begins Sept. 19. Sponsored by Cleary University and the Howell and Brighton chambers of…

2014 Golf Classic scores big

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The Howell Chamber of Commerce Annual Golf Classic on Wednesday, July 16, was a huge success. The event’s premier sponsor was Lake Trust Credit Union. This year’s winners were: CONTEST WINNERS: Mens 1st place — Lake Trust Credit Union Mens 2nd place — First National Bank team No. 2 Mixed…

Chamber’s 40th Annual Golf Classic set for July 16 at The Golf Club at Mt. Brighton

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Looking for that perfect summertime event that’s great for networking, entertaining clients or just improving your golf swing? If so, you’ll want to be at the annual Howell Area Chamber of Commerce Golf Classic, set for Wednesday, July 16, at The Golf Club at Mt. Brighton. If you can golf…

Chamber hosting blood drive on July 28

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The American Red Cross Blood Bus will be at the Howell Area Chamber of Commerce from noon to 5:45 p.m. on July 28 for a blood drive. Appointments to donate are strongly recommended. To schedule an appointment, log onto redcrossblood.org and enter the sponsor code: HowellChamber, or call 800.733.2767. The…

Advantage Livingston report outlines accomplishments

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Advantage Livingston’s executive committee has issued a report on the accomplishments of the strategic growth plan since it was unveiled in April 2011. More than 800 people across Livingston County worked on the plan, setting five broad strategies: Brainpower, Placemaking, Jobs & Prosperity, Marketing and Collaboration/Cooperation/Consolidation. “We wanted the community…