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Howell Area Chamber of Commerce Referral Group 2 gives back by picking vegetables for Salvation Army Summer Lunch Bunch

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Howell Area Chamber of Commerce Referral Group 2: Women’s Empowerment re-schedules their typical meeting in order to give back and pay it forward. The group of chamber women will be picking vegetables at a local garden for the Salvation Army Summer Lunch Bunch on July 26. During the summer, many…

Many thanks to our generous community, Peanut Row in downtown Howell will be transformed this fall

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As part of the place-making initiative in Howell, a treasured alleyway in the heart of downtown Howell will be transformed into a full-time hangout space and public art gallery. Peanut Row Alley, the alleyway running parallel to Grand River, off State Street. on the northeast side, will be energized to make…

Camp Fire Southeast Michigan to host Percy Jackson Quest on July 29

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Saturday, July 29 9:30am-4pm Camp Wathana: 9750 Milford Road, Holly MI…

25th anniversary celebration to be held at Livingston County Habitat for Humanity

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Join Livingston County Habitat for Humanity in celebrating their 25th Anniversary on Wednesday, July 12th from 4–6pm. The event will be held at the ReStore, 7198 Grand River Road, Brighton. Staff will be on hand to answer questions regarding the home ownership program as well as the critical home repair…

Rep. Vaupel: State budget prioritizes education funding

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Spending plan also boosts smaller school districts State Rep. Hank Vaupel today voted for a state budget that puts emphasis on education, spending a record amount on K-12 schools and helping smaller districts bridge a funding gap that has existed for decades. Vaupel, of Handy Township, said the Legislature has…