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Ambassadors spreading word about chamber this week

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Ambassadors of the Howell Area Chamber of Commerce are on a road blitz this week, calling on area businesses to deliver information about the chamber. Road Blitz visits are informative and enjoyable: Kim Esper, membership director at the chamber and coordinator of the program, said Ambassadors are the most outgoing,…

Chamber teaming up on candidate forums

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The Howell Area Chamber of Commerce is teaming up with Voters Voice, the Daily Press & Argus, the Greater Brighton Area Chamber of Commerce, the Hartland Area Chamber of Commerce and the Livingston County Association of School Boards to present two candidate forums in advance of the Aug.5 primary. “With…

Rodan + Fields redefines anti-aging products

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Sandi Jinks wants anyone thinking about visiting a plastic surgeon for a little nip and/or tuck to know what Rodan + Fields can do for them. “I tell people that the products are an alternative to Botox,” Jinks said. “They’re as close as you can get to visiting a dermatologist…

MIOSHA General Industry 10-Hour + set for July 9-11

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The three-day MIOSHA General Industry 10-Hour + runs 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Friday, July 9-11, at the Howell Chamber of Commerce Foundation Building, 123 E. Washington St., in downtown Howell. Check-in is at 8:30 a.m. Cost for the training is $240 per person and includes lunch and…

Art at the Chamber features work of Connie Jermov

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The work of artist Connie Jermov hangs throughout the area. She did a series of Lenten paintings at Our Lady of Victory Church in Northville, fabric banners for Easter celebrations at the Church of the Divine Child in Dearborn, and commissions for various businesses in Birmingham and Troy, as well…