July 28, 2010 BOYNE CITY GAZETTE 13
Chamber News CANCER SUPPORT - Circle of Strength Cancer Support Groups, HOST THE CHAMBER BOARD The Boyne Area Chamber continues to meet on the First Wednesday of move its board meetings at member every month At Charlevoix Area businesses and is looking for others who Hospital in the large classroom on the lower level of Hospital from would like to host a board meeting. Recent hosts have been Café Sante, Lav- 10:30a.m. to noon and at Beaver ender Hill Farm and Points North Print- Island Medical Center at the same ing. If you would like to host a meeting, time each month. The next meeting will be Wednesday, Aug. 4. We will call the Chamber at 582-6222. welcome anyone in the area to join BLOOD DRIVE - St. Matthew Catholic us for sharing, learning and making Church will host a blood drive for the new friends. If you have been diagnosed with cancer now or in the past, if you are a family member of a person with cancer, or a friend and support person of someone with cancer, you will always gain something special from a meeting. SUMMER CELEBRATION Boyne City Main Street’s Promotions Committee is planning a Summer Celebration on Saturday, Aug. 14 on Water and Lake Streets. American Red C ross from 12 to 5:45 The Farmers Market will be part of the celebration, moving downtown p.m. Monday, Aug. 16. that day because the Antique Auto CHALLENGE MOUNTAIN will hold a Show and Flea Market will be held golf outing at 1 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 8 that weekend in Veterans Park. at Dunmaglas Golf Club. The fund- Summer Celebration will also inraiser will benefit Challenge Moun- clude indoor and outdoor Sidewalk Sales, music from 1 to 4 p.m., kids tain, a recreational games and bouncers, and a chilfacility for the physically iImpaired dren’s Fun Run. Kathy Anderson is organizing kids’ and mentally challenged. Entry fee of $80 includes golf, cart, lunch and dinner. Click here for more information and an entry form. SUMMER FESTIVAL Boyne Valley Catholic Community will hold a Summer Festival from noon to 3 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 22 at St. Matthew Church, 1303 Boyne Ave., Boyne City, “The event fea-
games and “make and take” activities; businesses interested in participating are encouraged to call her at 582-7930. HOW TO START A BUSINESS classes are held monthly, sponsored by the Northern Lakes Economic Alliance. The next class will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. July 28 at the tures polka music for dancing and NLEA Office in Boyne City. The ses“Ma’s Polish Dinner,” on sale at $10 sion, presented by Wendy Wieland, for adults, $9 seniors, $5 children NLEA/SBTDC Business Consultant will acquaint participants with the and free for those under 4. Kids games and a blow-up castle process and the tools needed to beand slied will be available as well gin developing a new business. The as popcorn, pop, hot dogs and raffle fee is $20 and you must pre-register by calling 582-6482. drawings at 2:30 p.m.
very happy to return, having BCHS Benefit “An Evening with the Phantom” worked in Prudential’s Petoskey office for the past three years. “Boyne City is where I’ve always wanted to be. I love that every-
benefits BCHS Drama Boyne City performers and past high school Drama Department members are presenting an “Evening with the Phantom of the Opera” concert at the Boyne City Performing Arts Center for two nights, July 29 and 31. Mike Houser, New York actor and present BCHS Drama director, will sing the Phantom; Zachera Wollenberg, from Michigan State University’s theatre department, will sing Christine; Shane Schmidt, a senior in the BCHS Drama Department, will sing Raoul, along with many local Boyne City theatre artists in other main roles and chorus. Donations will be accepted for next year’s BCHS Drama Department at intermission. Collective Soul, comics, Sunshine Band coming to Odawa Casino Resort in Petoskey has a diverse, end-of-the-summer concert series beginning with Collective Soul on Aug. 7. If you need a comedic break, come out to the Native Comedy show, Aug. 13, at 8. Charlie Hill, Larry Omaha, and James & Ernie will have you laughing all night. KC and the Sunshine Band will be performing their classic mix of funk, R&B and disco hits on Aug. 28. Their most famous songs include disco hits “That’s the Way (I Like It),” “Shake Your Booty,” “I’m Your Boogie Man,” and “Get Down Tonight.” Tickets are $35 and $40. Visit www.odawacasino.com/ upcoming-shows for more information and to reserve your seats, or visit the box office, open the day of the show from 2 to 9 p.m. Business PRUDENTIAL PREFERRED PROPERTIES welcomes Karen Colburn to their Boyne City office. A resident of Springbrook Hills, Karen began her career in Boyne City with Boyne Realty and is
Summer Celebration will also include indoor and outdoor Sidewalk Sales, music from 1 to 4 p.m., kids games and bouncers, and a children’s Fun Run. Kathy Anderson is organizing kids’ games and “make and take” activities; businesses interested in participating are encouraged to call her at 582-7930. Farmers Market FARMERS MARKET continues every Saturday and Wednesday from 8 a.m. to noon in Veterans Park on Lake Street in Boyne City.
Computer Classes where I go I run into someone I know. This is a meet and greet COMPUTER CLASSES are free at town, and I’m thrilled to be the Boyne District Library from back.” You can reach Karen at: KarenColburn@LoveUpNorth.com or 231-622-9755. FREE CREDIT COUNSELING Do you know your credit score? What does your credit score mean? Is your credit helping or hurting you? What is a credit report and what can it do for you? Find out at Northern Shores Loan Fund’s first free Financial Education Workshop. Northern Shores Loan Fund, Inc. will hold its first free financial education workshop in establishing and rebuilding credit on Aug. 4. The workshop is the first of several topic-targeted workshops that Northern Shores will conduct to support its mission of providing loan funding and developmental services to entrepreneurs throughout Northern Michigan. The credit workshop will begin with pizza at 5 p.m. followed immediately by a fun, informative workshop on understanding and rebuilding credit from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Space is limited – reserve your seat by July 28. Contact Northern Shores Loan Fund for more information at 547-6753.
1 to 2 p.m. on Fridays through the summer. For information call Ron Grunch, 582-6974. Business Classes HOW TO START A BUSINESS classes are held monthly, sponsored by the Northern Lakes Economic Alliance. The next class will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. July 28 at the NLEA Office in Boyne City. The session, presented by Wendy Wieland, NLEA/ SBTDC Business Consultant will acquaint participants with the process and the tools needed to begin developing a new business. The fee is $20 and you must pre-register by calling 582-6482 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
SUMMER CELEBRATION Boyne City Main Street’s Promotions Committee is planning a Summer Celebration on Saturday, Aug. 14 on Water and Lake Streets. The Farmers Market will be part of the celebration, moving downtown that day because the Antique Auto Show and Flea Market will be held that weekend in Veterans Park.
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