Hello All!

We are so excited to be doing the finishing touches on the website!  I hope you will all enjoy it and reap the benefits!  Pictures are a must, so if you haven't sent yours in, please do so!

A big thank you to the committee and Holt Bosse.  It was a huge endeavor and I appreciate the long hours it took to get it done! 

Planning is underway for Summer in the City, Rod & Roll and various Business After Hours.  Please put us in your calendar!  A sneak peak at Summer in the City - we will be having a free concert with adult beverages (not free!).  I know you will enjoy it and hope to see you there.

The Membership Directory will be out soon.  Vickie sure worked hard on this, and her eye for detail is amazing!  What appears to the novice as a nice Directory, the hours of work she has put into this is tremendous, and I for one, appreciate her! 

Have a great June!  See you at the next Business After Hours on June 8th at the Dowagiac Union High School media center!      

Make it a great day!

Latest News from your Chamber

  • June 15th, 2017

    From the Desk of President Kim MacGregor

    Hello All!

    We are so excited to be doing the finishing touches on the website!  I hope you will all enjoy it and reap the benefits!  Pictures are a must, so if you haven't sent yours in, please do so!

    Read more ...  
  • June 15th, 2017

    Mark Your Calendars

    Summer in the City, July 20-22, Opening Thursday evening with the Jared Knox concert!

     

    See our Events page for more information!

     
  • June 15th, 2017

    Pair Up Your Sidewalk Advertising with Summer Jam

    Organizers of Summer in the City are teaming up with Mid-West Family Broadcasting and its Summer Jam promotion to spike foot traffic on Friday, July 21, just prior to the kick off to this year’s Summer on Tap, featuring Sister Lakes Brewery.

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  • June 21st, 2017

    Depot Drive Repaving Project Begins

    Work began this morning on this summer's Depot Drive repaving project, as K&H Concrete Cutting from Byron Center began making curb cuts.

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