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Hairitage, The

ContactDebbe Meyers
EmailDbbMeyers@gmail.com
Address142 S. Front St.
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-782-3693

HAIRITAGE

The old-fashioned charm of antiques and collectibles are available on the lower level of this hair and nail salon.


Hale's Hardware Inc.

ContactRandy Hale
Email RHale925@yahoo.com
Address56216 M-51 South
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-782-3426
Fax269-782-9632

HALES

For the handyman or the lawn and garden enthusiast, this locally-owned hardware store offers convenience and competitive pricing on many of the product lines found at national chains. From paint to electrical and plumbing, they have it all, plus housewares and gifts.

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Hannapel Home Center

ContactTom A. Carlson
Email TACarlson@Hannapel.com
Address805 Spruce St., PO Box 508
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-782-7788

Family owned and operated, Hannapel Home Center has been in operation for more than 40 years in Michigan, with locations in Dowagiac, Kalamazoo, Portage, Niles, St. Joseph and Sturgis. The business services the building and home improvement industries, and supplies a wide range of windows, doors, kitchen and bath cabinetry, countertops and other building products.

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Hartman Auto Service

ContactThomas Hartman
EmailHartmanAutoService@gmail.com
Address102 N. Front Street, PO Box 394
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone(269) 782-8043

Hatch Street Manor, The

ContactDesmond Lathan
EmailDLathan@me.com
Address24105 Hatch Street
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone414-467-9043

The hatch Street manor dining

 

This southwest Michigan modern, luxury retreat features weekend and event rentals.  This country "manor" is nestled on three acres in Dowagiac, MI. Dowagiac is 80 miles (2 hours) from Chicago, 35 miles to Notre Dame, and 35 miles to Kalamazoo!   


Heartland Auto Sales

ContactDan Leversen
Email HeartlandAutoSalesM51@gmail.com
Address56271 M-51 South, PO Box 894
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-782-2379

Sales of affordable transportation.

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Herman, Cass County Circuit Judge Mark

ContactMark Herman
EmailMarkH@CassCo.org
Address60296 M-62 East
Cassopolis, MI 49031
(directions)
Telephone269-445-4412

Hidden Acres Safe Haven

ContactDawn East, Heather Matthews
EmailHiddenAcresSafeHaven@yahoo.com
Address50582 Pleasent Street
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-377-9759

HIDDEN ACRES

Hidden Acres is a non-profit organization that operates a petting farm and is also a safe haven for animals. 


Hilltop Resort

ContactCarol Friedman
EmailCarFriedm@sbcglobal.net
Address67228 95th Avenue
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone773-844-8656

Honor Credit Union

ContactJanie Reifenberg, Branch Manager
EmailJReifenberg@HonorCU.com
Address56337 M-51 South, PO Box 425
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-782-7900, 983.6357 ext. 3200

Honor Credit Union has been putting its members first since 1934. Staff remains true to its member promise, which is "Providing Solutions for Financial Success."  Service is available across the state of Michigan through online and mobile banking.  Members have access to many local fee-free ATMs, more than 35,000 affiliated ATMs nationwide and thousands of Shared Branches.

Since 2012, Honor Credit Union has been working with the Chieftain Student Credit Union, located within Dowagiac Middle School to improve financial literacy among area youth.

Honor Credit Union offers a full range of products and services, market-leading rates and various ways for its customers to access their money quickly and dependably.

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Huntington National Bank

ContactSchantel Myers
EmailSchantel.Myers@TCFBank.com
Address114 Commercial St.
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-782-2337

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  • April 1st, 2022

    Chamber hires new staff member

    The Greater Dowagiac Chamber of Commerce announces the hiring of Matt Money as Chamber Marketing and Event Coordinator. 

    Money brings management, operational and event planning experience gleaned from over twelve years of employment at the University of Notre Dame to this Chamber of Commerce role.   Also, as a founding member of the Young Professionals Against Poverty in South Bend, Indiana, Money helped create, and then served as event director, for that community’s On the River Festival for eight years.  The event raised over $900,000 for South Bend’s Center for the Homeless.

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  • February 27th, 2022

    Working Capital Loans Available in Cass County for Ag Businesses

    As a result of the frost and freeze that occurred last spring, Economic Injury Disaster Loans are now available to businesses, agricultural cooperatives, businesses engaged in aquaculture and most private nonprofit organizations.

    The announcement was made by the U.S. Small Business Administration. The declaration includes Cass County.
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  • February 27th, 2022

    Facade Incentive Has Been Doubled

    Downtown property owners, who are contemplating renovation of the front facade of their buildings, will receive an added boost this construction season from the Downtown Development Authority.

    “With the cost of materials increasing, the DDA and City felt it was only appropriate to also increase the amount of our incentive,” said Vickie Phillipson, DDA program director.

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  • February 27th, 2022

    New Grant Opportunity for Small Businesses

    Michigan’s small businesses are innovative and resilient, but they need added support. To answer this call, the State of Michigan is offering an exciting new grant program to provide businesses with additional financial support to help retain or create jobs and boost Michigan's economy. Grant applications go live on March 1, 2022, and totals $409- million.
     
    Under this program, eligible businesses in operation before October 1, 2019, may receive a percentage of their loss in total state sales through a grant, up to $5-million.
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