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*Thru June 5:  Charter Twp of Union hydrant & water main flushing - Daylight hours, M-F - Flushing can cause low pressure, loss of pressure &            discolored water when they are in your neighborhood

*Thru June 24- 11th annual Sweat Shaker Mountain Bike Race - Mid-Michigan College, Harrison Campus with registration from 8am-10am & *               racing at 10:30am                 - Lunch, giveaways & awards at 1:30pm - Registration at http://www.bikereg.com/mids-sweat-shaker - Race is June 27

*Thru June 25:  MSU Extension Food Safety Educators will be hosting four live, online webinar sessions (via zoom or phone) focusing on: what                food is safe after a power outage, handling food safely during severe weather events, how to prepare an emergency kit, and sanitizing,      disinfecting, and what are the best types of bleach to use. All classes will be held at 12:00pm - For more information or questions, contact               Joyce McGarry at mcgarryj@msu.edu. - To register, visit: https://www.canr.msu.edu/events/emergency-preparedness-june

                                June 5, 2020 - Power Outages and Food Safety

                                June 12, 2020 - Food Safety after Severe Weather Events

                                June 19, 2020 - Making an Emergency Preparedness Kit

                                June 26, 2020 - Sanitizing and Disinfecting: Types of Bleach

*Thru July 30- Register for Online Home Food Preservation Classes from the MSU Extension to learn safe home preserving techniques and     valuable resources to ensure the safety of your home preserved food. Classes are free and are held every Thursday in June and July at 1pm,         2:30pm, 6pm & 7:30pm - Beginner or seasoned, these classes will allow you to learn the most current recommendations for safe home     preserving and ask questions. Please register at: https://events.anr.msu.edu/Preservation/

                June 4—Introduction to Home Food Preservation

                June 11—Blanching and Freezing

                June 18—Jam and Jelly

                June 25—Water Bath and Steam Canning

                July 9—Pressure Canning

                July 16—Pickling

                July 23—Dehydrating

                July 30—Preserving Meat

*Thru September 8- Mid-Michigan College and MSU Extension offer Online Home Food Preservation classes - Food preservation is a science   and in order to enjoy this bounty all year, we must properly preserve food to enjoy it at peak quality and if not done correctly, dangerous             bacteria can cause foodborne illness.  Classes will be held twice per month during lunch and learn sessions, from 12 p.m.-1 p.m.  No matter       what your home food preservation experience is, beginner or seasoned, these classes will allow you to learn the most current recommendations for safe home preserving and ask questions. Join us for all sessions or choose the topics that interest you.  Please register            at: https://www.midmich.edu/departments/corporate-continuing-education/lifelong-learning. 

                June 2: Blanching and Freezing

                June 16: Jam and Jelly

                July 7: Water Bath and Steam Canning

                July 14: Pressure Canning

                August 4: Pickling

                August 19: Applesauce

                September 8: Too Many Tomatoes

                September 22: Preserving Meats

*Thru September 8- The US Small Business Administration is accepting applications for loans from those affected in the Michigan ice, freeze &                thaw from December 1 2018-March 31, 2019 - Resident & business who suffered loss in Bay, Clare, Gladwin, Isabella, Mecosta, Midland &          Osceola counties are eligible - www.sba.gov

*Thru September 22- Register for Mid-Michigan College Lifelong Learning Classes -                 httts://www.midmich.edu/community/news/discover-something-new-lifelong-learning-2

                Stress Less with Mindfulness | Begins June 1 ONLINE | FREE

                Michigan Vegetables | June 2 ONLINE | FREE

                Blanching & Freezing | June 2 ONLINE | FREE

                Michigan Vegetables | June 3 ONLINE | FREE

                Birdscaping | June 10 & 17 ONLINE | FREE

                Jams & Jellies | June 16 ONLINE | FREE

                Water Bath & Steam Canning | July 7 ONLINE | FREE

                Pressure Canning | July 14 ONLINE | FREE

                Mountain Biking Basics | July 18 in Harrison | FREE

                Pickling | August 4 ONLINE | FREE

                Applesauce: To freeze or can? | August 19 ONLINE | FREE

                Too Many Tomatoes | September 8 ONLINE | FREE

                Preserving Meat | September 22 ONLINE | FREE

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*FLOOD RELIEF - 5/31/20

Clare County helps Gladwin & Midland County Flood Victims-  If anyone would like to donate toward this cause, The White Pallet Chair, the Clare Area Chamber of Commerce (Historic Train Depot), and Harrison Chamber (old DNR building on N. Clare Ave.) are serving as drop-off locations.

 

City of Midland Facilities, Non-Essential Services Closed through June 12 - May 28, 2020 – In accordance with the updated “Safer at Home” Executive Order 2020-96 issued by Governor Gretchen Whitmer on Thursday, May 21, the City of Midland has extended the closure of all City buildings and facilities and suspension of all non-essential services through Friday, June 12.

The following service changes, which were implemented under previous executive orders and public health directives, remain in effective through Friday, June 12 unless otherwise noted:

•         Midland City Hall, Municipal Service Center, Water Treatment Plant, Wastewater Treatment Plant, Law Enforcement    Center, Grace A. Dow Memorial Library, Midland Civic Arena, and all Midland Fire Department stations will remain      closed to the public.

•         Rental certification inspections through the Building Department are suspended.

•         Visitors to Washington Woods senior living community is limited to essential care providers only through Friday, June     12. Riverside Place is closed until further notice due to damage sustained during the recent flooding event.

•         The Sanitary Landfill is open for residential and commercial customers from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. Monday through Friday for        residents who wish to dispose of trash, yard waste, or flood debris. At this time, it will be also open on Saturday, May 30         and Sunday, May 31 from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. Additional hours will be announced at a later date.

•         The Plymouth Pool will not open for the 2020 season. Gerstacker and Longview spray parks and the water features at         Thrune Park will remain closed at this time, but may open at a later date subject to future executive orders and public        health directives and guidance from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) and the Centers            for Disease Control (CDC).

•         The Midland Civic Arena has melted ice rinks and cancelled previously-scheduled summer activities and programs at this   time. An estimated timeline for the reopening of the arena has not been determined.

•         Dial-A-Ride Transportation continues to operate normal phone and bus service hours to provide rides for essential travel   only.

•         Water service installations are suspended through Friday, June 12.

•         The terminal building of the Jack Barstow Airport is closed. Pilots may continue to access hangars and purchase fuel as   needed.

•         Public meetings of the Midland City Council and City boards, commissions, and committees will be evaluated on a             meeting-by-meeting basis to assess their need to meet and take action on matters of significant importance. Public             meetings that must be held will be done so electronically. A list of meetings to be held electronically will be updated            regularly online at www.cityofmidlandmi,gov/emeetings.

Most non-essential City staff will be working remotely and responding to residents’ requests by phone and email to the best of their ability in line with the “Safer at Home” order. Residents are encouraged to conduct business with City staff via email or phone or on the City’s website, www.cityofmidlandmi.gov. To contact a City staff member or department by phone, residents can call the City Hall switchboard at 989-837-3300 and use the prompts to find the appropriate department.  Building and Midland Fire Department personnel are working remotely to process construction permits and inspection requests as quickly as possible to provide service for flood-impacted residents. To schedule a building inspection or apply for a building permit related to the recent flooding event, residents should call the Building Department at 989-837-3383 and leave a voicemail message regarding their project or email the appropriate staff member. Fees will be waived for all City permits related to flood damage.

Individual inspectors can be reached as follows:

•         Steve Taglauer, Chief Building Official – staglaue@midland-mi.org

•         Mike Streeter, Electrical Inspector – mstreeter@midland-mi.org

•         Jim Armstrong, Plumbing/Mechanical Inspector – jvarmstrong@midland-mi.org

To find building permit applications forms, building permit and inspection information, and more, please visit             www.cityofmidlandmi.gov/building.

For fire safety inspections and other plans related to fire safety, please contact Midland Fire Department Fire Marshal Tony Lelo        at 989-837-3413 or alelo@midland-mi.org. For fire department permit and inspection information, visit             www.cityofmidlandmi.gov/fire. 

Refuse, recycling, and yard waste collection continues as scheduled. Some customers in Friday refuse, Friday Week 4 recycling,         and Friday yard waste collection routes may see a temporary service disruption while flood debris collection is ongoing     in their area due to high volumes of debris, heavy equipment, and vehicle traffic. Heavy item and brush collection has      been suspended citywide at this time to allow for flood debris collection to continue every day until further notice. For           the latest updates related to the recent flooding event, view the “Recent News” section on the homepage of           www.cityofmidlandmi.gov.

 

Water and sewer bill payments will still be accepted during the closure. Residents can pay their bills online at             www.cityofmidlandmi.gov/pay or submit payment by cash or check via the City’s secure drop box located inside the       main doors of City Hall, 333 W. Ellsworth Street.

The City will continue to monitor public health information regarding COVID-19 and will reassess and alter its response as         needed.

For the latest updates and information regarding the statewide response to COVID-19, please visit www.michigan.gov/coronavirus.

 

Laundry Vouchers - Free vouchers for access to laundry facilities for Midland and Gladwin County residents impacted by the flood are available at the nine United Way distribution sites in both counties (see locations under United Way below). The following laundry locations will accept the vouchers beginning Saturday, May 30:

·         Lifestyle Garment Care – 2706 N. Saginaw Road

·         Totally Clean Coin Laundry – 2 locations

            o   717 Waldo Avenue

            o   1720 N. Saginaw Road

·         Coleman Laundryland  - 403 E. Washington Street, Coleman

·         Sun and Suds Laundromat - 352 Ross Street, Beaverton

·         Gladwin Cleaners – 231 E. Cedar Ave., Gladwin

 

Resources for Residents with Diabetes - The American Diabetes Association and the Diabetes Disaster Response Coalition are        offers its support to residents with diabetes during the recent flooding event. For questions or support regarding diabetes,           diabetes supplies, and management, contact the American Diabetes Association at 1-800-342-2383, Monday – Friday from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. or visit - www.diabetesdisasterresponse.org/resources. For residents who would prefer to contact a           representative in Midland County, please contact Kerri LaFore at 989-859-2339.

Vaccine Clinic Available Monday - The Midland County Department of Public Health will be hosting a vaccine clinic to provide            vaccinations that can protect residents in the event they are injured while working in flood-contaminated areas. Injuries   sustained in unsanitary conditions carry a risk of contracting a disease. Vaccines for Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria, and             pertussis) and Hepatitis A will be available at both clinics.  The clinic will be held Monday, June 1, from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.   at Jerome Township Fire Station 1, 725 Irish Street in Sanford.

 

Potable Water Stations Available in Edenville - Midland County residents without water service can get potable water at both     Edenville Township fire stations.  These stations are located at:

·         420 Moore Street

·         4708 N. Lake Sanford Road

Residents should bring their own containers for transporting water.

 

Assistance for Residents with Non-Functioning Wells - Residents who are experiencing issues with their groundwater wells should contact the Midland County Department of Public Health at 989-832-6380 to report their concerns. A member of Environmental Health will be dispatched to assist property owners with options.

 

TDS Telecom Service Restoration Ongoing in Sanford - TDS Telecom will continue work on its temporary equipment hub site Saturday, May 30. Switch equipment is currently being delivered and work on electrical and HVAC systems is ongoing. Additional TDS staff will be on-site to aid in and continue network assessment.

 

REMINDERS FROM PREVIOUS PRESS RELEASES

Construction Permits and Inspections for Flood-Damaged Properties and Infrastructure - Property owners in Midland County are reminded that they should secure all required permits and inspections as they make repairs and replace infrastructure in their homes and businesses. The process for requesting these services is outlined below.

 

Midland County:

Residents in townships, the City of Coleman, or the Village of Merrill are encouraged to contact a licensed building contractor        or restoration company to obtain the needed permits for their homes and businesses. To schedule an inspection or apply       for a permit, contact the Township Code Authority of Midland County at 989-837-6521 or contact the appropriate             department.  Individual inspection departments can be reached as follows:

·         Plumbing/mechanical – 989-246-4817

·         Electrical – 989-737-6375

·         Building – 989-313-2168

To find building permit applications forms, building permit and inspection information coverage areas, and more, please visit      www.townshipcodeauthority.com.

 

City of Midland:  To schedule a building inspection or apply for a building permit related to the recent flooding event in the       City of Midland, residents should call the Building Department at 989-837-3383 and leave a voicemail message regarding          their project or email the appropriate staff member.  Individual inspectors can be reached as follows:

·         Steve Taglauer, Chief Building Official – staglaue@midland-mi.org

·         Mike Streeter, Electrical Inspector – mstreeter@midland-mi.org

·         Jim Armstrong, Plumbing/Mechanical Inspector – jvarmstrong@midland-mi.org

For fire safety inspections and other plans related to fire safety, please contact Midland Fire Department Fire Marshal Tony Lelo at 989-837-3413 or alelo@midland-mi.org.  To find City building permit applications forms, building permit and inspection information, and more, please visit www.cityofmidlandmi.gov/building. For fire department permit and inspection information, visit www.cityofmidlandmi.gov/fire.  Fees will be waived for all City permits related to flood damage.

 

In collaboration with Dow and the Midland Emergency Operations Center (EOC), United Way of Midland County has created a process for those who wish to donate and those in need of items for flood relief. The Supplies Donations Plan provides a framework to collect and distribute donated items to those in need.  Businesses or organizations who wish to donate items must first fill out the Supplies Donations Survey online at www.reliefmidland.org and click the link under Corporate Supplies Donations to complete a donation survey. United Way will be in contact with all survey submissions within 72 hours to discuss next steps. Urgent donations needs will be processed as soon as possible. Individuals should drop off donations only at the locations listed above. 

 

Midland Sanitary Landfill Hours Extended to Sunday - The Midland Sanitary Landfill is currently open during its regular operating hours, Monday through Friday 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.  Customers accessing the Landfill will be required to report where flood debris originated from for State of Michigan reporting requirements. Due to the high anticipated volume of customers accessing the Landfill, wait times may be significant.

           

 Shower Facilities Available - Displaced residents in need of shower facilities may access showers at the following locations during the specified hours:

·         North Midland Family Center  - 2601 E. Shearer Rd, Midland

            o   Open Monday through Friday, 6:30 a.m. – 6 p.m.

·         West Midland Family Center – 4011 W. Isabella Rd, Shepherd

            o   Open Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

 

Rest Station Available - Meridian High School, 3303 N. Meridian Road in Sanford, is open as a rest station daily from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. providing Wi-Fi, electrical charging stations,, and water resources. 

 

For previous updates, flood response information, and details on relief efforts, please visit the following resources:

    www.midland911.org

    www.cityofmidlandmi.gov

    www.co.midland.mi.us

    Facebook channels for the following entities:

        Midland County Emergency Management (MI)

        Midland County 911

        City of Midland, Michigan – Municipal Government

    Twitter: @CityofMidlandMI

    Twitter: @MidlandCountyMI

    Call 2-1-1

    Sign up for 911 text and email alerts through Nixle.com

 

5/25/20

*Midland area organizations pivot www.reliefmidland.org to respond to area flooding; form fund to provide relief…Organized by Midland Area      Community Foundation (MACF) and United Way of Midland County, the 211 hosted website establishes a centralized community           resource landing page. Links are updated and changed as the disaster relief process unfolds.  Provides an opportunity for the public to   contribute to the Midland Flood Relief Fund.  Maintains regular communication to ensure a unified response while eliminating duplication.    Brings stakeholders together to look at short- and long-term solutions.  Works to coordinate and fill volunteer needs in connection with United Way.  The Midland Flood Relief Fund, initially established with a $250,000 contribution from the Midland Area Community               Foundation and $250,000 in matching funds, was put in place to respond to emerging and long-term needs of Midland County, as outlined           by the Midland County Emergency Manager and an emerging long-term recovery group.  If you would like to learn how you can help,   please contact the Midland Area Community Foundation (smortensen@midlandfoundation.org or 989-839-9661) or United Way of             Midland County (holly@unitedwaymidland.org or 989-631-3670).

 

Midland County Flood Relief Distribution and Resource Sites Opening

When:    Opening seven days a week starting Wednesday, May 27, 2020 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Where:   Bullock Creek High School, 1420 S Badour Road, Midland

                Coleman High School, 4951 N Lewis Road, Coleman

                Gladwin– parking lot behind Forge Fitness, 237 W Cedar, Gladwin

                Midland High School, 1301 Eastlawn Drive, Midland

                Meridian Elementary School, 3343 N Meridian Road, Sanford

                North Family Center, 2601 E Shearer Road, Midland

                Sanford Senior Center, 3243 N. West River Road, Sanford

                West Midland Family Center, 4011 W Isabella Road, Shepherd

These sites provide an outlet for people to help and get access to supplies they need.

Call to Action: Visit reliefmidland.org for a list of distribution site locations and items you can donate.

The sites will be collecting and distributing: PPE, food, water, cleaning supplies, non-perishable food, personal care items and household goods such as dishes, blankets, towels and box fans. Sites will NOT be accepting clothing donations.

Contact Lindsay Henry with the United Way of Midland County at lindsay@unitedwayofmidland.org or 989-714-7108.

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*The need for blood donations continues to escalate throughout Michigan - Versiti Blood Center of Michigan indicates the need for life-saving    blood is dire across the state. - Coronavirus & the floods affected the state’s blood supply. Versiti lost hundreds of donation appointments,      making the need for blood donations even greater.  Versiti urgently asks generous Michigan residents to donate blood of all types –         especially O-negative blood, the universal blood type used in trauma situations – to ensure hospitals have the blood they need to treat                cancer patients, trauma victims and those undergoing surgeries.  Donating blood takes about an hour. Anyone age 17 or older in good       health who meets eligibility requirements is encouraged to give. Appointments are encouraged but walk-ins are welcome. To schedule an           appointment to donate blood, call 1-866-642-5663 or visit Versiti online at http://www.versiti.org/Michigan.

 

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*Thru social distancing: Local churches encouraging in-home prayer vigils for local hospitals, healthcare workers & all those affected by Covid-19               - 7:30pm (suggested time)

1  Last day - Michigan DNR application period for 2020 bear and elk seasons are open - Apply online at Michigan.gov/DNRLicenses.

1  Last day - Gratiot County Community Foundation is accepting applications for grant funding - www.gratiotfoundation.org

1  Last day - Artist registration is open for the 2020 Art Reach of Mid-Michigan Artwalk Central- Adults 19 & up-$35, Youth 13-18-$10

1  Last day -Beal City St Joseph the Worker School Virtual Auction - 8am the 31st to 8pm June 1st, To view items & bid text SJWS to 71760 -    https://text2bid.net/kiosk/sjws - Facebook-St Joseph School Auction for info

1  Art Reach re-opens, downtown Mt Pleasant 

1  All 131 Secretary of State branch offices in Michigan will be re-open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. for appointment only services for           transactions including:  Driver licenses and state ID transactions that must be done in person, Title transfers, Operator, CDL, chauffeur, mechanic and motorcycle testing, Seasonal commercial vehicle renewal - Branch staff will follow strict health and safety protocols, including wearing masks, standing six feet apart, using desk shields, and continuously disinfecting shared or common surfaces. Branch doors will be locked, and each branch will have a greeter to let customers with appointments in at scheduled appointment times. A copy of          the department’s reopening preparedness plan can be found here.  Anyone scheduling an appointment or receiving an appointment            reminder will also be instructed on how to safely attend their appointment - In addition to preparing to reopen branches, the Michigan   Department of State began sending updated renewal forms this week, color coded based on the type of transaction needed and with             streamlined information to explain how best to conduct the transaction.  Renewal forms, which will be mailed in redesigned envelopes                 measuring 9.5 inches by 6 inches, come in six colors:

                    Red: Vehicle registration

                    Blue: Driver’s license

                    Green: State identification card

                    Teal: Watercraft

                    Gray: Snowmobile

                    Purple: Special plate

 

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*Thru September 10:  MSU Extension Field Crop Virtual Breakfast series to help growers & agribusiness professionals make informed decisions               during the growing season - Thursday's at 7am - ZOOM or call-in - Register at https://canr.msu.edu/news/field-crops-virtual-breakfast-sessions-are-back-for-the-growing-seasons

*Thru social distancing: The CMU Museum "Facebook Live Event" featuring a unique theme and a brief presentation, Q & A, and                 demonstration of a craft or activity to do at home - 10am

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11  Thru August 13- Summer Concert Series in Clare at City Park

11  Mt Pleasant Area Chamber of Commerce Young Professionals Network Business Exchange Luncheon - 11:30am-1pm

11  Kick off to Summer Concert in the Park Series with "The Blue Water Ramblers" - 6pm -8pm at Clare City Park - Also Preschool registration,          Pere Marquette District Library Summer Reading Program Sign-up, Registration for summer programs, Games, crafts, free snacks & water

 

12  Clare Chamber of Commerce Annual Golf Outing

 

13  Michigan DNR Free ORV weekend - No ORV license or trail permits needed to ride this weekend - Rules & laws still apply

 

14  Michigan DNR Free ORV weekend - No ORV license or trail permits needed to ride this weekend - Rules & laws still apply

 

25  Thru June 27th- Clare Chamber of Commerce/City Wide Yard Sales event

 

24  Mt Pleasant Area Chamber of Commerce Young Professionals Network Canoe & Kayak Trip @ Buckley's - 5pm-7pm

24 - Mt Pleasant Area Chamber of Commerce YPN Social: Hike at Bundy Hill - 6:30pm-8pm

 

26  Clare Chamber of Commerce "Summer Music Festival & Fireworks"

 

27  Clare Chamber of Commerce "Summer Music Festival & Fireworks"

27  11th annual Sweat Shaker Mountain Bike Race - Mid-Michigan College, Harrison Campus with registration from 8am-10am & racing at 10:30am             - Lunch, giveaways & awards at 1:30pm - Registration is open until June 24th at http://www.bikereg.com/mids-sweat-shaker

 

30  Mid Michigan College, the American Red Cross, and Michigan Blood - Blood drive - 12pm-5pm at Mid-Michigan College, Mt. Pleasant Campus - Schedule your donation at https://www.redcrossblood.org/give.html/find-drive

 

July

11  Clare County Arts Council Art of Gardening Tour

 

13  Mid Michigan College, the American Red Cross, and Michigan Blood - Blood drive - 10am-2pm at Mid-Michigan College, Harrison Campus - Schedule your donation at https://donate.miblood.org/donor/schedules/drive_schedule/131848

 

14  Mid Michigan College, the American Red Cross, and Michigan Blood - Blood drive - 10am-2pm at Mid-Michigan College, Mt Pleasant, Mt. Pleasant Campus - Schedule your donation at https://donate.miblood.org/donor/schedules/drive_schedule/131893

 

16  Mt Pleasant Area Chamber of Commerce Young Professionals Network Team Trivia Night - 5pm-7pm at Hunter's Ale House

 

18  Colors of Heroes 1st ever Golf Outing - 9am shotgun start at Pleasant Hills Golf in Mt Pleasant - $300 per team, must register in advance -               100% of proceeds goes to Gustafson Colors of Heroes Foundation - www.colorsofheroes.com

18  Thru July 26- MDOT Adopt a Highway road cleanup week

 

22  3rd Annual Jack Winter Memorial Recreation Fund Golf Outing - 11am-2pm at Firefly in Clare - Registration: 10:00 am - (989) 386-7541, ext.               213 to register

 

August

5  Mt Pleasant Area Chamber of Commerce Young Professionals Network Pixie Challenge Eating Competition - 5pm-7pm

 

7  United Way Golf Outing - Snowsnake

 

15  Michigan DNR Free ORV weekend - No ORV license or trail permits needed to ride this weekend - Rules & laws still apply

 

16  Michigan DNR Free ORV weekend - No ORV license or trail permits needed to ride this weekend - Rules & laws still apply

 

20  Clare Area Chamber of Commerce welcomes the Old US 27 Motor Tour Car Show

 

21 - Mt Pleasant Area Chamber of Commerce "Legislative Breakfast" - Rescheduled - 7:30am-9am

26 - Mt Pleasant Area Chamber of Commerce July Annual Chamber Golf Outing at Mt. Pleasant Country Club rescheduled

 

September

4  Yoder's Amish Flea Market & Quilt Auction

 

5  Yoder's Amish Flea Market & Quilt Auction

 

15  Mt Pleasant Area Chamber of Commerce Young Professionals Network YPN Corporate up Challenge Team

 

16  Mt Pleasant Area Chamber of Commerce Young Professionals Network YPN Corporate up Challenge Team

 

17  Mt Pleasant Area Chamber of Commerce Young Professionals Network YPN Corporate up Challenge Team

 

19  Clare Chamber of Commerce "Taste of Clare"

 

20  Mt Pleasant Lions Club 66th Annual Chicken Barbecue - Island Park, Mt Pleasant - 11am-2pm, $10 in advance, $12 day-of

 

22  Mt Pleasant Area Chamber of Commerce Young Professionals Network membership meeting/social hour - 4pm-5pm at Hunter's Ale House,           Bluegrass, Mt Pleasant - Members & potential members welcome

 

October

27  Mt Pleasant Area Chamber of Commerce Young Professionals Network membership meeting/social hour - 12pm-1pm at Summit Smokehouse,        Mt Pleasant - Members & potential members welcome

 

31 - Clare County Arts Council Craft Show

31  Clare Spook-Tacular & Pumpkin Run 5k

 

November

24  Mt Pleasant Area Chamber of Commerce Young Professionals Network membership meeting/social hour - 8am-9am at Robaire's Bakery, Mt Pleasant - Members & potential members welcome

 

28  Clare Chamber of Commerce Small Business Saturday

 

December

4  Mt Pleasant Area Chamber of Commerce Young Professionals Network Holiday Party Pub Crawl - Downtown Mt Pleasant

 

12  Clare Chamber of Commerce Christmas in Clare

 

May

14 - Mt Pleasant Area Chamber of Commerce April YPN Statewide Conference

 


 

 

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