Lynda's Real Estate is Duck Central
Get Your Duck Race Tickets

$10 tickets are now on sale for the Boyne Chamber's Annual Duck Race at 2:00 p.m. on July 4th in the Boyne River. To purchase tickets, visit the Chamber office at 115 S. Lake Street. The Boyne City Fire Department will once again bring its hi-rise ladder truck to the Harbor House Publishers parking lot and will start the duck race with a big splash as they drop 1,200 rubber ducks into the Boyne River. Spectators will be watching and cheering as the ducks float down the river to the finish line behind Lynda's Real Estate. Mike Thompson will return as master of ceremonies and DJ for the event. Each ticket and duck is numbered, and the lucky owner of the two fastest ducks will win $500 each. Second prize is $250, third prize $100, and 4th through 10th prizes are $50 each. 

Lynda's Real Estate Service will be Duck Race Central this year! Look for our duck tent on July 2nd, 3rd, and 4th to purchase your duck tickets. Will YOUR duck be the lucky winner???
Thanks to our sponsor Marty Moody - your just ducky!!
Purchase tickets BEFORE July 4 for a chance to win $50 chamber check!!

Tickets are also available at the following businesses:
Lynda's Real estate Office
Stiggs Brewery
Boyne City Motel
Northern Michigan Escapes
Boyne City's 4th of July Festival

There is still time to register for the Grand parade. There is no charge to be in their nationally recognized Parade! For a Parade Registration form, Click Here
To register for the 45th Annual Independence Day Run Click Here

To volunteer visit our volunteer sign-up portal Click Here.

For more information, please visit, follow them on Facebook, or email


FRIDAY, JULY 2, 2021
  • 4:30 - 6:30pm: Live Radio Remote with Lite 96.3, Downtown Water Street in front of Boyne City Hardware
  • 6 - 9pm: Stroll the Streets: Ten bands, face painting, balloon twisting, magician and more. Downtown Boyne City

  • 8am - 12pm: Boyne City Farmers Market, Veteran's Memorial Park
  • 10am - 5pm: 45th Annual Waterside Art & Craft Fair + Food Trucks, Veteran's Memorial Park
  • 10am - 6pm: Bounce Houses & Mechanical Bull: $10 Bracelets, Veteran's Memorial Park
  • 11am - 1:30pm: Patriotic Boat Parade: Line up at East Jordan City Marina at 11am, boat through Boyne City at noon, and end at Charlevoix at 1:30
  • 11am -4pm: Cornhole Tournament supporting Waterfront Field of Dreams, Sunset Park Cash Prizes for 1st and 2nd place.
  • 4 - 6pm: Packet Pick-up for 45th Annual Independence Day Run, Peninsula Park
SUNDAY, JULY 4, 2021
  • 6:30 - 7:15am: Packet Pick-up for 45th Annual Independence Day Run, Peninsula Park
  • 7 - 10am: Independence Day Breakfast: $8 All-You-Can-Eat, FOE Eagles Hall 106 River St.
  • 7:30am: 45th Annual Independence Day Run: Two Mile FUN Run along beautiful Lake Charlevoix. Race starts and ends at Peninsula Park.
  • 8 - 9am: Community Worship Service: All are welcome and please bring a chair, Old City Park in front of the Gazebo
  • 8:30am: Parade Registration & Line Up, Intersection of Franklin and Park Streets
  • 9 - 9:30am: Kids Bike & Costume Parade Lineup: Judging is at 9:30 am sharp. First through Third Place Ribbons awarded for ages 8 and under and 9-14. All participants receive a free ice cream coupon from Boyne City McDonald's. Early Education Building Playground on the corner of Main and Park Streets.
  • 9am - 5pm:  Bounce Houses, Mechanical Bull, Pony Rides & Petting Zoo: $10 Bracelets & $5 Pony Rides, Veteran's Memorial Park
  • 9am - 1pm: Pre-Parade Family Fun by Eagles #1583 Ladies Auxiliary , FOE Eagles Hall 106 River St.
  • 9:30am: Pre-Parade Entertainment by Boyne Area Gymnastics, Lake Street by the Log Cabin
  • 9:30am: Pre-Parade Entertainment by Lake Side Elite, Water Street
  • 9:55am: National Anthem performed by Asuka Barden, Lake Street in front of Log Cabin
  • 10am: GRAND PARADE, Downtown Boyne City
  • Honored Citizen: Kathy Helsley of the Boyne Area Free Clinic
  • 10am - 5pm: 45th Annual Waterside Art & Craft Fair + Food Trucks, Veteran's Memorial Park
  • 10am - 5pm: United State Marine Corps. Tent + Activities,  Sunset Park 
  • 11am - 1pm: Boyne City Rotary "World Famous Chicken BBQ": $15 for half a chicken, baked beans, coleslaw, roll and a beverage, Veteran's Memorial Park Pavilion
  • 11am: Boyne Valley Garden Club Pie Sale: Assorted whole pies for $15, Veteran's Memorial Park Pavilion
  • 11:45am - 12:30 pm: 126th Army Band Concert, Sunset Park
  • 12:30pm: Kiwanis/Family Fair Kids Pie Eating Contest, Veteran's Memorial Park
  • 12:30 - 2:30pm: Old Fashioned Children's Games sponsored by Kiwanis Club of Boyne City, Veteran's Memorial Park
  • 1pm: Horton Bay Parade, Horton Bay
  • 1 - 7pm: Live Music, Veteran's Memorial Park
  • 1 - 3pm: "Full Circle"
  • 3 - 5pm: "Northern Nites"
  • 5 - 7pm: "Derailed"
  • 2pm: Boyne Area Chamber's 33rd Annual Duck Race: Chances to win two each $500, one $250, one $100 and seven $50 prizes. Purchase $10 tickets at the Boyne Area Chamber of Commerce. Boyne River
  • 2:30 - 3pm: Commemorative Raft Race: Rafts should check-in by 2 pm at Riverside Park on Spring St. In an effort to keep our beautiful river clean and wildlife safe, we encourage throwing water, not balloons. Boyne River
  • 10:30pm: GRAND FIREWORKS, Over Lake Charlevoix (Rain date July 5th)

CLICK HERE for a printable schedule


Presenting Titanium Sponsor - $6,000:
Platinum Sponsors - $3,000:

Gold Sponsors - $1,000:

Silver Sponsors - $500:

Bronze Sponsors - $250:

Friends of the 4th - $500 In-Kind:​
​Special Thank You:

Boyne City 4th of July Festival is a 501(c)(3) organization, ID 37-1881144. Donations must be made out to to "Boyne City 4th of July Festival" and mailed to P.O. Box 407 Boyne City, MI 49712. Fireworks donation canisters are located at many local businesses. If you would like more information about sponsorship, donating or volunteering, please contact Jessica White-Belford at 231.675.3387 or

They are also accepting Parade applications for the 2021 Grand Parade on July 4th. There is no charge to be in their nationally recognized Parade! For a Parade Registration form, Click Here
To register for the 45th Annual Independence Day Run Click Here

To sign up online to volunteer visit our volunteer sign-up portal Click Here.

For more information, please visit, follow them on Facebook, or email

126 Army Band Performing at 4th of July Festival
It is with the utmost pride, honor and respect, Boyne City 4th of July Festival is proud to announce the 126 Army Band will be marching in our Grand Parade at 10am, and also playing a free waterside concert in Sunset Park immediately after the Parade from 11:45am - 12:30pm (behind the Log Cabin on Lake St). You will NOT want to miss this special patriotic performance by America's finest heroes.
1st Annual “Waterfront Field of Dreams”
Cornhole Tournament
July 3rd, 2021 11 am, 1 pm & 3pm
Join the fun and show off your cornhole skills!
All funds raised will go towards the Waterfront Field of Dreams project which plans to build a new baseball/softball field in the same waterfront location with new concessions, stadium seating, low maintenance turf, new restrooms, and LED lighting.
3 Skill Levels: Guaranteed two games per team
11 am: Level One – Beginners young and old, $15 per person and 16 teams max
1 pm: Level Two – Middle & High School Teams, $20 per person and 16 teams max
3 pm: Level Three – Adult & advanced high school, $20 per person and 16 teams max

Cash Prize for 1st & 2nd Place Winners!!
Sign up on Friday, July 2nd from 7 - 8 pm at Sunset Park by the Log Cabin and Saturday, July 3rd beginning at 10 am. Cash only, exact donations please.

Boyne Heritage Center hosting Three Public Open House Events

Did you know that one of the important jobs in the long-ago lumbering industry was the work of the four men in the cook shanty? They were known as first cook, second cook, and two flu kids. The duty of the first cook was to be in charge and to be the pastry cook. The second cook prepared and cooked the meat and vegetables and called the men to meals by blowing on a long horn. The flu kids swept and scrubbed the floors, set the table, washed dishes, prepared vegetables and served the meals. Teamwork.

What is remarkable about this small fact from this treasured industry is that we have a pictorial history of it - and we want to share that with you.

The Boyne Heritage Center is proud to announce the first of three public Open Houses to be held on Friday evenings, the first of which is July 9th. We will have the doors to our unfinished museum space open for you to walk through, read about some history and take a walk around the original LaFrance fire truck on display. 

We are fortunate that our community’s historical collection contains thousands of photographs, documents and artifacts from which we can piece together our history and tell the story of those that came before us. The Boyne Heritage Center is in the process of creating a museum-quality digital catalog of these treasures and planning for a full outfitting of the museum space. Currently, historical photographs are being painstakingly unpacked, cleaned, conserved, scanned at high resolution, catalogued and re-housed into archival safe storage materials. Some of these will be displayed at each of the upcoming Open Houses. 

We invite you to join us, delight in the treasures we have unearthed and perhaps learn something new about our wonderful town. Our museum space is located in the Boyne City City Hall, 319 N. Lake Street. See you on July 9th!

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Owners- Casey & Michelle Buckleitner

Michelle and I are super excited about doing business in downtown Boyne City. We are currently only leasing for the summer but we will be making a decision about being in Boyne City permanently in the near future. We hope to make a contribution to your community. A big part of our success in Gaylord has been due to our community involvement. We are always happy to support charitable events and organizations.
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Boyne Chamber of Commerce Announces Candidate Forum

The Boyne Area Chamber of Commerce is hosting a City Commission Candidates Forum at 6:00p.m. Thursday, July 22nd in the Commission Chambers of Boyne City Hall.

There are three City Commission seats up for election in November. Seven individuals were successfully nominated to run for election. With having more than six candidates, the City will hold a primary election on Tuesday, August 3, 2021. The nominees who will be on the primary ballot (listed in alphabetical order) are as follows:
Ronald J. Grunch
George Robert Lasater
Marty Moody
Timothy James Nemecek
Sally L. Page
Joseph Schlegel
Dean Ross Solomon

The general election, which will decide the three candidates who will serve, is Tuesday, November 2, 2021. Each seat is a four year term

SUBMIT A QUESTION - If you would like to submit a question to by asked at the forum, email your question to . All questions will be asked of all candidates.
Boyne District Library Offering Coding Camps

July 12-15
A four-day coding camp at the Boyne District Library designed for students ages 9-13. We'll be delving into the world of computer science through learning the language of Python via creative projects and games. Spots are limited! Join us now!

July 19-22
Calling all teens ages 13-18! Learn how to code your own websites with HTML and CSS. This four-day coding camp at the Boyne District Library will introduce you to computer science through creative projects and lessons while empowering you to stake your claim in the STEM world. We hope you’ll join us!

Friday, July 2nd
6:00-8:00 p.m.
In the library parking lot during Stroll The Streets in downtown Boyne City.
Conservancy Hosts Week-long Bioblitz  

A celebration of biodiversity July 6-10
Little Traverse Conservancy is seeking participants in this year’s BioBlitz, helping the organization record the species found at nature preserves around the region throughout the week of July 6-10, 2021.
“We are looking for people who are willing to explore a few Conservancy nature preserves or working forest reserves during the BioBlitz week and to document the plants, fungi, insects, birds and more that they find using the free app iNaturalist,” explained the Conservancy’s Volunteer Coordinator Cacia Lesh. “In addition, we are offering free guided programs studying a variety of flora and fauna from lichens to small mammals during that week.”
As the natural world is changing around us, people are working together worldwide to help protect biodiversity. You can join the Conservancy in our effort to learn more about what lives on and in the properties that have been protected by people who have worked with the Conservancy since 1972.
iNaturalist is an online, crowd-sourced species identification system that is used by citizen scientists around the world. Some of the Conservancy’s preserves and reserves have very few iNaturalist observations. We challenge you to explore those lands and help us build more biodiversity observations. 
Prizes will be awarded for most flora or fauna species on iNaturalist at the end of the week.
To learn more and to sign up, visit

Little Traverse Conservancy is your local land trust. Individuals, families, and businesses make annual donations to ensure that LTC can protect land throughout northern Michigan for your family and generations to come. Nature Preserves and Working Forest Reserves are open to you and can be found throughout the northern lower and eastern upper peninsulas of Michigan. LTC receives no government funding for its operations. In addition to offering voluntary land protection options for landowners, we reach thousands of children with environmental education programs each year. More than 110 miles of trails are available on dozens of the more than 200 nature preserves. A free nature preserve and trail app – LTC Explorer – is available for download. For more information, visit or call 231.347.0991.
Choose Your Wheels for the 2021 Pedal, Pig, & Pint Bike Tour
Mark your calendars for the third annual Pedal, Pig, and Pint Bike Tour, Sunday August 1, 2021, in Boyne City, Michigan. Riders of all ages and levels are welcome to enjoy this self-paced bike touring event accessible to all ages and riding abilities.
NEW THIS YEAR - Raven Hill Discovery Center and the Top of Michigan Mountain Bike Association (TOMMBA) are collaborating to bring you the opportunity to Choose Your Wheels. Enjoy beautiful miles of wooded mountain bike trails or a scenic paved route around Lake Charlevoix, while supporting two exceptional non-profit organizations striving to enhance outdoor experiences in the area. Stiggs Brewing Company in Boyne City has generously offered to support this event with a Pig Roast, Pint and festive atmosphere for relaxing after the ride.
All riders start at Veterans Memorial Park in Boyne City and finish with a celebratory lunch at Stiggs Brewing Company.
Road cyclists can opt for a scenic, paved trail between Boyne City and Boyne Mountain in Boyne Falls, or the 42 mile tour along the north shore of Lake Charlevoix to the Lake Michigan shoreline trail. Then on to the Ironton Ferry and back to Boyne City along the south shore of Lake Charlevoix. 
Trail riders can choose from a network of beginner to advanced riding trails at Boyne School Forest Trails or the Avalanche Multi-Use Trails. Advanced mountain bike cyclists might challenge themselves by combining both trails and the distance between them. 
“This is the only combined mountain and road bike event in the region,” explained TOMMBA spokesman Mike Labadie. “Whatever your choice of wheels, it will be a beautiful ride, and a great way to explore the area and support two great organizations.” 
Register online at or at Veterans Memorial Park, 319 N. Lake St. in Boyne City, beginning at 7:30 a.m. until 10:00 a.m.  Registration includes an event bike shirt, lunch and a pint at Stiggs, a free admission pass to Raven Hill Discovery and acknowledgement for your support of these two amazing non-profit organizations. $50.00 for an individual, $100 for families (up to five related family members), and $25 for a child (under 15) accompanied by an adults. Wrist bands will be distributed at registration and are required for Lunch and a pint at Stiggs Brewing Company, 112 S. Park St., Boyne City.
Top of Michigan Mountain Bike Association is dedicated to creating, enhancing, and preserving great trail experiences in Northern Michigan. All proceeds go to maintaining and building top quality trails for riders of all levels. Visit to learn more about TOMMBA and explore the many TOMMBA built mountain biking trails you might like to explore.
Raven Hill Discovery Center provides hands-on experiences through programs, exhibits, and facilities that connect science, history and the arts for all ages. Located on 175 acres in East Jordan, Raven Hill expands time from prehistory, to modern, to future and from our world to beyond the universe. Raven Hill challenges minds of all ages through experiences that expand the brain and link thoughtful ideas. Raven Hill is looking for your ideas connecting cycling to art, science, and history. If you have a historical fact, story, artistic effort, or scientific facts you would like to share about bicycling, please contact Cheri Leach at Raven Hill to share your idea (231)536-3369, or email Raven Hill is developing a bicycling display at the museum to align with this year’s Pedal, Pig, & Pint event! 
If you have additional questions concerning the ride, contact Holly Sasso (517) 231-3341 or Michael Labadie (616) 304-5758.    

Celebrating a collaboration between Evangeline Township, City of Boyne City, Charlevoix County and Top of Michigan Mountain Bike Association with a joint Charlevoix County Recreation Grant to construct a driveway and parking lot on City-owned property in Evangeline Township. TOMMBA has raised funds for a professionally built trail to connect the property to the current Boyne Forest Trail System, which will be completed in July. Donations for trailbuilding may be directed to:
The “green loop” is being constructed now. The other loops will be constructed in the future.
Affordable Housing Support Needed

Habitat for Humanity Michigan and Michigan Community Capital have been working hard in communities across Michigan to deliver workforce and affordable housing in an environment with exceptional price and rental rate challenges. We know from discussions with many of you that the gating item to getting more units in the market and taking some of the intense pressure off of employers and residents is the cost gap. We also know that in many scenarios, few if any existing tools are sufficient.
We are asking you to add your voice to our pending discussions with state administration and legislature by signing on to this initiative. Your signature indicates that you and your constituents see housing as an issue in your community. Please share with your contacts that may also support this effort. Our hope is to collect as many signatures as possible to demonstrate wide regional support for this initiative by 5PM Wednesday, June 30th. Even after that date, your voice will still be powerful.
Local Business Updates
LYNDA'S REAL ESTATE - Lawn at Lynda's 2021 Friday Night Music Schedule
7/2/2021 Full Circle
7/9/2021 The Never Never Band Boyne Thunder
7/16/2021 The Loper's
7/23/2021 Full Moon Jam Band
7/30/2021 Lou Thumser
8/6/2021 The Never Never Band
8/13/2021 The Loper's
8/20/2021 The Two Beats
8/27/2021 Jeff Meads
9/3/2021 Full Circle

With over 88,000 square feet of slides, rides, rivers, geysers, waterfalls, pools, hot tubs, and of course Michigan's FIRST surf simulator - the Rip Zone, Avalanche Bay is truly where adventure lives!
Did You Know?! You can get a Season Pass with family OR friends! Four people splash for four months for only $500! That means a Season Pass pays for itself in less than 3 visits!
Get Yours Now

BELLA VITA - Now Open for the 2021 season.
Seven nights/week with dinner service beginning at 5:00PM. Click Here for daily specials!

NORTHERN MICHIGAN ANTIQUE FLYWHEELERS - Check out our new website! Northern Michigan Antique Flywheelers Club Save the date July 22-25!!

BOYNE VALLEY VINEYARDS - Open 7 days a week! Summer hours are as follows;
Monday through Thursday - 11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Friday - 11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Saturday - 11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Sunday - 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Our summer concert series has begun. We now have live music on Fridays from 4:00 PM - 7:30 PM and Saturdays from 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM.

Save the date for the Petoskey Alumni Steel Drum Band - July 8th from 6:30 - 9:00!

FRISKE FARM MARKET - It will be a gigantic celebration of Family, Food, Fun & Freedom at our 2nd Annual RED WHITE & BBQ event! Saturday, July 3rd, 5-8pm. Enjoy live music with the Cherry Blossom Ramblers, wagon rides, amazing food, and let the kids play on the biggest and best playground around, including our new JUMPING PILLOW! NEW for this year is fun for the young and young at heart. We have an 18' WATER SLIDE and a DUNK TANK! Come prepared to dunk each other - you'll be able to dunk whomever you bring along (that's willing to play of course. 
We may even let you bid on dunking Friske Team and/or family members!!
We will be serving our fresh-smoked hand-pulled pork bbq, Grilled to perfection cheeseburgers and all-beef hot dogs, homemade strawberry shortcake (extra YUM!), sparkling cider, cherry lemonade slushies, and more!
Spend the evening having some extraordinary farm fun, then top your day off with fireworks in Ellsworth or Torch Lake! Come celebrate the best of summertime in NoMi with us, and find your new favorite family tradition at Friske Farm Market! 

GREAT LAKES CENTER FOR THE ARTS - Announces 2021 Schedule
  • Friday, July 2 - Naturally 7
  • Saturday, July 10 - 2021 Gala Motown Soul: featuring the Empress of Soul Gladys Knight
For a complete schedule CLICK HERE

EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE NATIVITY -   On Sunday July 4, our service will be at 8:00am. Also on July 4, we will remove our attendance limit, so bring the friends and family. Come as you are: shorts and t-shirts are fine with us.
 Our on-line service will every Sunday at 10:00am, by live-stream on our Facebook page. You do not need a Facebook account: just open your internet browser (Google, Edge, Bing, Yahoo, or similar) and enter: Or find us on Facebook, @EpiscopalBoyne. Church of the Nativity is located at 209 E. Main Street.

GENISIS CHURCH OF BOYNE CITY - is now meeting on Sundays at the American legion, 302 south lake street. Service is at 11:00am.
The Sweaty Yeti 5K is half road-race, half trail-race. Runners and walkers of all levels are welcome. This event is held in honor of Christie Barber Galvin and Kellie Barber. All proceeds go to the Barber-Galvin Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Chamber Members- Please send us your business updates, specials, entertainment schedules, or any information about your business you would like to share in the newsletter. This is one of your benefits as a chamber member. Help Us Help You!!!
Municipal News

CITY OF BOYNE CITY - City Clerk/Treasurer Position
Boyne City, a progressive, stable, award winning, full-service Northwestern Michigan waterfront community of 3,735 year-round with large seasonal increases seeks qualified, outgoing person to administer and execute all financial, record keeping, election, human resources and cemetery matters. Demonstrated financial, budgeting, bookkeeping, recordkeeping and related creative problem solving, public relations, communication, organizational and supervisory skills desired. Oversees 3 employees. Current employee retiring after 35+ years. Comprehensive wage (DOQ) and benefit package. Submit resume, letter of interest, salary history and requirements with 3 references to: Michael Cain, City Manager, by Monday, August 10, 2020. EOE 

CITY OF BOYNE CITY - Main Street Executive Director
Boyne City’s nationally award-winning Michigan Main Street/DDA Program is seeking an experienced leader to build on its success by taking our volunteer-driven organization to the next level. Founded in 2003, this vibrant and far reaching program seeks leader to match. Thriving, quality four-season waterfront community and energetic district with a well-known reputation for leadership, creativity and progress. Stable, cohesive board, community and funding. Searching for an entrepreneurial leader with diplomatic and effective people, management, marketing, economic development, and communication skills who can develop and accomplish goals while having fun and managing multiple priorities and perspectives. Can do attitude required!
Previous Main Street, DDA, and economic development experience a plus. Comprehensive wage (DOQ) and benefit package. Send cover letter, resume, wage history and 3 references to Boyne City Main Street Program c/o Michael Cain at Open until filled. EOE

CHARLEVOIX COUNTY TRANSIT - Passenger Transit and Delivery service available, Monday-Friday, 7:30am-4:30pm. 

Face Masks Continue To Be Required On Public Transportation.
Charlevoix County Transit (CCT) officials would like to remind everyone that face masks are still required when riding on any form of public transportation (planes, trains, buses, etc) regardless of vaccination status. This federal mandate comes from the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and is set to expire in September, 2021. “ While we realize that the masking mandates in our state have been relaxed, we must follow our funding source’s guidelines for masking and therefore we will require a mask for all passengers while onboard CCT vehicles until the TSA guidelines are relaxed”, stated Jill Drury Director at CCT. 

Transit is providing free transportation to anyone with COVID vaccination appointments. Due to seating capacity restrictions, please schedule appointments as soon as you receive your appointment. Call 582-6900 to arrange for rides and/or deliveries.  Open to all Charlevoix County residents and visitors with no age or income eligibility requirements. 

CHARLEVOIX COUNTY TRANSIT - We are please to announce that CCT will be providing service to the Music at the Pavilion on Wednesday evenings for Boyne City area residents.  Please reserve a ride no later than 5pm on Tuesday’s; same day requests will be honored if seating is available. To reserve a ride, please call 231.582.6900; normal fares apply to this event.
Education News
BOYNE CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS - Boyne City Schools now offering, Free breakfast and lunch to all 18 and under or persons up to age 26 who are enrolled in an educational program.
When: June 21st to August 20th - Monday- Thursday
Where: Back of Boyne City High School
Time: 10:00 am to 12pm pick up brunch bags
No Meal pick up on Fridays
Friday's meals go home on Thursday with that meal kit.

BOYNE FALLS PUBLIC SCHOOLS - This summer, we will continue our Meet Up & Eat Up Summer Meals Program at Boyne Falls Public School. Chef Nathan will be serving meals Monday-Thursday w/ breakfast served from 8:30-9 AM and lunch served from 11:30-1 PM. Meals are FREE for all children 18 and under and $5 for adults. Please take advantage of this fantastic opportunity. Children and families from other districts are also welcome. See the flyer for dates that we will be open. We hope to see you there!
NORTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEGE - is hoping that area businesses would be willing to complete a brief survey gauging interest in an internship program with NCMC. Click HERE to access the survey!
Looking for staff? Make a job posting!
Chamber member businesses looking to hire staff are encouraged to post their jobs on the chamber website job posting page. You can do this with your member log-in with just a few simple steps. If you need assistance with your log-in, email These jobs are all listed on the Jobs page now:

Various Positions at LexaMar Details
Various Positions at Friske Farm Market Details
Various Positions at Boyne City Taproom Details
Maintenance Positions at Bay Area Management DetailsS
Caregiver at Pineview Cottage Details
General Laborer at Bulmann Dock and Lift Details
Various Summer Seasonal Workers at The City of Boyne City Details
Various Positions at Castle Farms Details
Various Positions at The Brook Retirement Community Details
Various Positions at Boyne City Public Schools Details
Various Positions at Char-Em ISD Details
Various Positions at Boyne Watersports Details
Various Positions- at Great Lakes Energy Details
Various Positions at Boyne Mountain Details
News Briefs
300 SF OFFICE SPACE for lease for $300/month. Convenient location at the corner of Front & Main Streets in downtown Boyne City. First floor of the Atrium Inn with private exterior entrance. Includes heat, A/C, electricity and trash, shared restroom. Nearby public parking. Contact Lee at LE Design, cell phone: 317.258.1419 email:

VISITORS GUIDE - The Boyne Area Chamber's Visitors Guide/Business Directory is available as a digital magazine as well as a beautiful 4-color printed magazine. It contains interactive content, including page-turning, links to websites and video, as well as a full search function. To view the digital publication, click here

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