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Ramona Roller Rink

ContactHarold Schaus III
Address93103 CR 69
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone(269) 424- 5736

This wonderful recreational gem, located within the heart of Sister Lakes, features an indoor roller rink and, during warmer months, miniature golf and Hudsonville ice cream.  Having opened in 1928, Ramona Roller Rink is the oldest business in Sister Lakes under continual operation.   The rink is also available for hockey and special events, such as birthday, school and church parties.  It has seasonal, and winter and summer hours.  Be sure to call ahead.


Republic Services

Address7227 Reliable Path
Stevensville, MI 49127
(directions)
Telephone269-429-1215

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Rivers Edge Antiques & Estate Sales

ContactRuth Ausra
EmailRuthAusra@yahoo.com
Address30550 Yaw Street
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone(269) 782-5517, (269) 591-1080

Rivers Edge Antiques & Estate Sales provides estate, moving, and downsizing sales.  This professional service cleans, organizes, prices and staffs the sale from start to finish. 


Rohdy's Heating & Cooling

ContactPaula Rohdy
EmailPaula@Rohdy.com
Address29575 M-62 West
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-783-0440

Rohdy's Heating & Cooling, which is licensed and insured, offers furnace, air conditioner, heat pumps, mini-splits and geothermal repair, maintenance and replacements.  The company provides free estimates on new equipment installations and new home installation and sizing, along with maintenance agreements, and heating and cooling inspections.  

The company also provides whole-house humidifiers, air cleaners, thermostate repair, maintenance and replacements, hot water heater repair and replacements, and gas piping and sheet metal fabrication.


Rosy Tomorrows

ContactClaudia Zebell
EmailRosyTomorrows7@aol.com
Address120 S. Front St.
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-783-1155

Rosy Tomorrows features "Something Old, Something New, Something Charming & Something You."  The specialty shop features women's apparel, shoes and jewelry, along with repurposed furniture and home decor. It also carries Swan Creek Candles, Vintage Market & Design Paint, and Mud-Luscious Pottery by in-house working artist Michelle Stambaugh.


Rotary Club of Dowagiac

AddressPO Box 202
Dowagiac, MI 49047
Telephone269-782-1800

Rotary Club of Dowagiac is one of this community's largest service organizations. Its motto is "Service Above Self."  Members meet Thursdays at noon at the Dowagiac Elks Lodge. The club was chartered in 1920.

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