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Rededication of Veterans Memorial captured on video

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We are pleased to share this video of the re-dedication of the Livingston County Veterans Memorial. Originally built in the 1940s, the monument underwent an expansion and renovation this year after a successful fund-raising drive in the community. The video was done by Howell videographer Lindsay Root.…

DuMouchelle appraisals benefitting Opera House

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DuMouchelle, the Midwest’s largest and most prestigious auction house and show room, is coming to Howell to appraise antiques.The event, presented by Spring’s Red Bird Questers #744, benefits the restoration of the Howell Opera House. Appraisals will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 23, at the…

Learn all about branding at LegUP! meeting

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The November LegUP! meeting features branding dos and don’ts with Larry Eiler of Eiler Communications.Branding is crucial for any entrepreneur at any level of business growth or development.The meeting is set for 6:30-8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 13, at the Johnson Center at Cleary University. LegUP! is a collaborative effort of…

Help businesses, help the chamber, and make money, too

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Members who refer businesses will receive $25 off their next renewal dues invoice for each new business they refer that joins the chamber. They will receive $25 for each member up to the limit of their renewal dues. If a member refers enough businesses that the incentive amount surpasses the…

Hunger Council hosting ‘A Place at the Table’

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More than 50 million Americans across the country face hunger, including 23.5 million children. In Livingston County, 17,850 neighbors and friends do not always know where their next meal is coming from. The Livingston County Hunger Council has “taken their place at the table” in the fight to end hunger…