4th of July Duck Race Tickets On Sale Friday

Boyne Chamber of Commerce will start selling Duck Race tickets on Friday, June 18th. Tickets will be available at the Chamber Office 115 S Lake Street daily. We will also be selling tickets on Wednesday nights at the Summer Pavilion Concerts and n Friday Nights ay Lynda's Real Estate Concerts on the Lawn. Tickets are 10.00 each.

Lynda's Real Estate Service will be Duck Race Central this year! Look for our duck tent on July 4 during Boyne City 4th of July Festival. Will YOUR duck be the lucky winner??? Thanks Marty Moody - your just ducky!!

Sell Tickets win a Free Chamber Membership

We are asking member businesses to help sell tickets. the business that sells the most ticket will win a FREE Chamber Membership for 2021/2022.

Contact Kim or Lisa at 231-582-6222 to get your tickets.
4th of July Schedule, Registrations, and Information
A message from the Boyne City 4th of July Committee: "The Boyne City 4th of July Committee is blown away by the amount of support we have received from the local community, especially from our fellow businesses and organizations for the 2021 Festival. We are very sensitive to the impact the pandemic made on the local economy and were hesitant to even ask for donations after the difficult year everyone endured. However, we tentatively put out our request for what we need to make the 2021 Festival a reality and the Boyne Area community not only answered, you DELIVERED! We are grateful for everyone who donates, but a special heartfelt thank you goes out to our sponsors, especially those who donated $500 and above. Below is a list of our current top-tier sponsors. We are just as excited as they are to get back to normal and celebrate the "BEST 4TH IN THE NORTH." Without them, it would never be possible!

  • 106 KHQ
  • Boyne City Hardware
  • Boyne Mountain Resort
  • Charlevoix State Bank
  • Duncan Studios
  • Great Lakes Energy/Truestream - Official Sponsor of the Grand Parade
  • Pat O'Brien & Associates - Official Sponsor of the Independence Day Run
  • Petoskey Area Visitors Bureau
  • Rose Newton Realtor 

  • Boyne Country Propane
  • Dr. Danielle Swartz - Progressive Dental Care
  • Magnum Hospitality - Cafe Sante & Red Mesa Grill
  • Marty Moody Realtor - Lynda's Real Estate
  • Chris Chritensen - Lynda's Real Estate

  • Avalanche Bay Indoor Waterpark
  • Barden Lumber
  • Bayko Concrete Service
  • Boyne City Motel
  • Boyne Falls Polish Festival
  • Carquest Boyne City
  • Grain Train Natural Foods Market
  • Hubble Insurance Agency
  • Precision Edge
  • SPUDS Boyne 
  • True Pest Control

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 www.boyne4thofjuly.com, follow them on Facebook, or email jessicaboyneace@gmail.com


FRIDAY, JULY 2, 2021
  • 6 - 9 pm: Live Radio Remote with 106 KHQ, Sunset Park
  • 6 - 9 pm: Stroll the Streets: Ten bands, face painting, balloon twisting, magician and more. Downtown Boyne City
  • Stroll the Streets Information

  • 8am - 12pm: Boyne City Farmers Market, Veteran's Memorial Park
  • 10 am - 5 pm: 45th Annual Waterside Nancy Adams Art & Craft Fair + Food Trucks, Veteran's Memorial Park
  • Arts & Crafts Vendor Application
  • Food Vendor Application
  • 10 am - 9 pm: Inflatables & Bounce Houses, Veteran's Memorial Park
  • 11am - 4pm: Cornhole Tournament supporting Waterfront Field of Dreams, Sunset Park
  • 5 - 6 pm: Early Registration & Packet Pick-up for 45th Annual Independence Day Run, Peninsula Park
  • ​Online Race Registration

SUNDAY, JULY 4, 2021
  • 6:30 - 7:15 am: Registration for 45th Annual Independence Day Run, Peninsula Park
  • ​Online Registration
  • 7 - 10 am: Independence Day Breakfast: ​$8 All You Can Eat, FOE Eagles Hall 106 River St.
  • 7:30 am: 45th Annual Independence Day Run: Two Mile FUN Run along beautiful Lake Charlevoix. Race starts and ends at Peninsula Park.
  • Online Registration
  • 8 am - 9am: Community Worship Service with the East Jordan/Boyne City Community Band: All are welcome, Old City Park in front of the Gazebo
  • 8:30 am: Parade Registration & Lineup, Intersection of Franklin and Park Streets
  • 9 - 9:30 am: 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.
  • 9 am - 5 pm: Inflatables & Bounce Houses, Veteran's Memorial Park
  • 9 am - 1 pm: Pre-Parade Family Fun by Eagles #1583 Ladies Auxiliary ​, FOE Eagles Hall 106 River St.
  • 9:30 am: Pre-Parade Entertainment by Boyne Area Gymnastics, Lake Street by the Log Cabin
  • 9:30 am: Pre-Parade Entertainment by Lake Side Elite, Water Street
  • 9:55 am: National Anthem, Downtown Boyne City in front of Log Cabin
  • 10 am: GRAND PARADE, Downtown Boyne City
  • 10 am - 5 pm: 45th Annual Waterside Nancy Adams' Art & Craft Fair + Food Trucks, Veteran's Memorial Park
  • Arts & Crafts Vendor Application
  • Food Vendor Application
  • 10 am - 5pm: United State Marine Corps. Tent + Activities,  Sunset Park 
  • ​11 am - 1 pm: Boyne City Rotary Club's "World Famous Chicken BBQ": $15 for half a chicken, baked beans, coleslaw, roll and a beverage, Veteran's Memorial Park Pavilion
  • 11 am: Pie Sale by Boyne Valley Garden Club: Assorted whole pies for $15, Veteran's Memorial Park Pavilion
  • 11:45 am - 12:30 pm: 126th Army Band Concert, Sunset Park
  • 12:30 pm: Kiwanis/Family Fair Kids Pie Eating Contest, Veteran's Memorial Park
  • 12:30 - 2:30 pm: Old Fashioned Children's Games sponsored by Kiwanis Club of Boyne City, Veteran's Memorial Park
  • 1 - 7 pm: Live Music, Veteran's Memorial Park
  • 1 - 3 pm: Full Circle
  • 3 - 5 pm: Derailed
  • 5 - 7 pm: Northern Nites
  • 2 pm: Boyne Area Chamber's 33rd Annual Duck Race: Chances to win two each $500, $250, $100 and and seven $50 prizes. Purchase $10 tickets at the Boyne Area Chamber of Commerce. Boyne River
  • ​​Duck Race Rules
  • 2:30 - 3 pm: 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 News-Review Story. Boyne River​​​
  • 10:30 pm: GRAND FIREWORKS, Over Lake Charlevoix​ (Rain date July 5th)
State Finals Bound! Congratulations Girls!

Our Ramblers are headed to the State Championship Game! Below you will find all of the important details you might need when it comes to the big game this Friday:

Boyne City vs. Detroit Country Day 
MHSAA Division 3 State Championship

When: Friday, June 18th at 1:00pm

WhereDeMartin Soccer Stadium on the campus of Michigan State University. Attached HERE is a graphic of parking options and a map of the area.

SPECTATOR PARKING – Fans should add extra time for parking and walking to the fields. Please see the Parking Map for further detail on locations and daily rates. 

ADMISSION – All tickets will be sold through GoFan ($9.40 includes fees) - https://gofan.co/app/school/MHSAA. There are no cash sales at the gate. We expect admission to begin no earlier than one hour prior to game time.

CONCESSIONS - There will be concessions available within the complex. No spectator coolers will be permitted.

BROADCAST - The game will not be broadcast through RSN due to MHSAA policy.

SEND-OFF:  The team will depart via Charter Bus  from the bus garage area/north entrance of the high school at 8:15am. We will be having a send-off at 8:00am on Friday and we invite anyone and everyone to join us in helping to send off the team!

Lawn at Lynda's 2021 Schedule

6/18/2021 The Loper's
6/25/2021 Monte Loper
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
Team Boyne to meet at library on Friday

Everyone is invited to attend the next meeting of Team Boyne at 9 a.m. Friday as we return to the Boyne Library Community Room for the first time in more than a year. That probably means we will serve coffee! Our entrepreneur guests will be Matt McCann and Augie Engelhart of Detroit Stillworks, who plan to open a distillery tasting room in the former Huff Pharmacy building in downtown Boyne City. They now manufacture and sell distillery equipment from a warehouse near Boyne Boatworks. They’ve noticed that their customers want to see the equipment in operation in a tasting room setting, so this new business will serve dual purposes. It will be a tasting room and a demonstration area for potential distillery equipment customers. They are in the process of obtaining a liquor license and they will appear before the City Commission at 7 p.m. next Tuesday. We may also have guests from a couple of new retailers attending as well.
Meet Us Again...For The First Time at Farley Promo

Why the new name and a new look? Promotion is what we do, in all sizes and shapes, and we all know that capturing the attention of clients can be a challenge. Direct and to the point is the way to go, and it is time. On the lighter side, The Farley Calendar and Promo Products Company is truly a mouthful to say.
What has changed, you may ask? Absolutely NOTHING! Same Owners, Same Management, Same Great Customer Service! Promotional calendars have been, and always will be, the foundation of our success. They will continue to be the backbone of our company and the glue that holds together many successful partnerships. As we began to expand our promotional offerings, it became apparent that being more to the point with our company name, and how it shaped our image moving forward, was crucial. The speed at which social media and brand marketing continues to evolve and grow, put even more importance on keeping pace with the times...even better, moving ahead of it. Click HERE to see the full letter!
Chamber member benefits   |    Member application   |  Call 231-582-6222 or email us
Now, more than ever, the Boyne Area Chamber is working to provide resources, share information, and meet the needs of our members.

For more information on joining the chamber or member benefits, call us at 231-582-6222 or email info@boynechamber.com
Learn How to become a Premier Member by contacting the Chamber at 231-582-6222 or email us at info@boynechamber.com
Thank You Boyne Tough
Chamber Members

B.A.C. Gallery
Barden Lumber
BC Tap Room
Bingham Well Drilling
Boyne City Motel
Boyne City PirateFest
Boyne Country Heating Cooling & Plumbing
Boyne District Library
Camp Quality Michigan
Challenge Mountain Resale Store
Dodson Group Payment Solutions
Edward Jones - Ruth Skop
Eyes on Main
Harbor House Publishers
Hoenicke PC
Hubble Insurance
Kilwins Boyne City
Kiwanis Club of Boyne City
Lakeside Farm
North Harbor Christie's International Real Estate
Northwest Garage Door
Park View Family Dentistry
Ralph Gillett, CPA
Robert Banner Law
Schraw & Associates
State Farm Insurance - Mark Patrick
Synergy Electric
The Farley Calendar Company and Promo Products Co.
Timber North Vacation Management
Wilmot Electric

The Boyne Tough Add-On Option. It is an optional one-time $100 add-on to your membership renewal. Your additional contribution will allow the Chamber to retain ALL memberships and continue to adhere to our mission of advancing the economic, industrial, professional, cultural, and civic welfare of the Boyne Area. 
Bookmobile Summer Tour

The Summer Reading Program Kick-Off event is on June 18th in the library parking lot. The theme for 2021 is Tails and Tales, so bring your kids by the library for drive-thru stations to grab the materials to get started, fun packets, and cool prizes. As another option, kids of all ages can also participate via the Wandoo Reader app. More information at our website. Adults who participate in SRP this summer will be entered in weekly drawings for great prize bundles by submitting "Hot Tickets" for each book they have read that week. Each ticket is also an entry into the grand prize drawing at the end of the summer. 
Consumers Energy Introduces PowerMIFleet for Michigan Businesses
Company to Offer Expertise, $3 Million in Rebates for Charging Locations
Consumers Energy is putting the electric vehicle transformation into high gear with a major new program to help businesses statewide transition to carbon-free EVs.
Consumers Energy’s new PowerMIFleet program will focus on Michigan businesses, offering $3 million in rebates for charging locations throughout the state.
Through PowerMIFleet, Consumers Energy will provide consultation services to Michigan businesses, governments and school systems that are looking to electrify their vehicle fleets and charge vehicles overnight through cost-saving use rates.
Businesses and eligible groups can learn more at: ConsumersEnergy.com/PowerMIFleet
A note from the Boyne Thunder Committee

Dear Friends in Downtown Boyne City,

The Boyne Thunder Event Committee and our partner charities, Camp Quality and Challenge Mountain, are busy planning this year’s event that takes place July 9th and 10th. We look forward to greeting a full slate of boating participants and bringing the Thunder back to the shores of Lake Charlevoix. 

We are keenly aware that we have July 4th and Boyne Thunder occurring in the same week which typically means no down-time for you, our local merchants. We want you to know that we appreciate all that you do to help us put on this terrific event that, we hope, not only benefits our partner charities but you as well. 

We also know this year has tested us in ways we couldn’t previously imagine. With the loosening of restrictions, and the fact that we can gather outdoors, this most likely means that we will have a full-house for the Friday night street show (6pm until 9:30pm) and on the shores Saturday morning, with the parade laps beginning around 10:15am. 
If you would like additional information for Boyne Thunder 2021, please visit our website: www.boynethunder.com

On behalf of the committee, THANK YOU for your continuing support and always showing the best of Boyne City hospitality. We are Boyne Tough and Boyne Proud!

Ingrid Day
Event Coordinator 
Boyne Forest Bike Trail Expanding
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: https://www.tomba.org/Donate
The “green loop” is being constructed now. The other loops will be constructed in the future.
Grants for Arts, Health, and Community Awarded
The Community Foundation, through its Community Priorities grant cycle, is responding to requests from nonprofit partners in the areas of art, history, culture, health, and broad community needs. Thanks to donors who look to the Community Foundation to make a difference close to home, grants have been awarded to nonprofits who will work on bringing art and music to our communities, expanding safe places for children, maintaining healthy environments for people of all ages, bringing more affordable housing options to our communities, and much more. 
Organizations like the Great Lakes Center for the Arts, Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra, and Charlevoix Circle of Arts work hard every year to bring a variety of art, music, performances, and education to our communities. These organizations will all receive funding to bring art and cultural experiences to Charlevoix County, including an upcoming orchestra concert that will compare music by the Beatles to the more traditional “The Four Seasons” by Astor Piazolla. Additionally, the Beaver Island Historical Society will use grant funding to improve art displays during the Island’s popular Museum Week, while the Charlevoix Historical Society will work on cataloguing, digitizing, and archiving a large collection of historic documents and photos.
Healthy communities require quality care for people of all ages and abilities. The McLaren Northern Michigan Foundation will use grant funds to help replace fetal heart monitors in their birthing center. The Bergmann Center will purchase a new handicap accessible lift van to help transport clients to and from center activities and programs. Hospice of Michigan will supply hospice patients with technology and a special app, called WEconnect, that will provide 24/7 access to a virtual team of nurses and social workers to help people through their most difficult time.
Child and Family Services of Northwestern Michigan will use their grant to recruit more foster families in Charlevoix County. When children are placed in foster care, the goal is to disrupt their lives as little as possible. To keep children in their school and community, more foster families are needed. Similarly, the Safe Families for Children program, operated by Bethany Christian Services, also works with helping families to weather the storms of life and will be recruiting host families in Charlevoix County so that children who need temporary safe families won’t have to be displaced from what is most familiar to them. 
Two organizations are working on addressing the need for housing in Charlevoix County. Housing North will use grant funds awarded to collaborate with partners and design specific accessory dwelling unit (ADU) plans. They will also assist homeowners with the process for adding an ADU to their property. In addition to working on building a home in East Jordan this year, Northwest Michigan Habitat for Humanity will use grant funding awarded to help generally support their mission and core work to bring more affordable housing to Charlevoix County.
In total, nearly $150,000 in grants have been awarded through the 2021 Community Priorities grant cycle. Visit c3f.org for a complete list of grants awarded.
The next grant cycle is called Geographic Enrichment. Applications will be available after August 1, 2021. This cycle will focus on requests from eligible nonprofit partners that serve the specific communities of Beaver Island, Boyne City, Charlevoix, and East Jordan. In 2021, requests for general support are being accepted in all grant cycles. Applications are due by Friday, October 1, 2021. The Community Foundation welcomes inquiries about applying for grants anytime at acousens@c3f.org.
A charitable organization dedicated to improving and enriching life in the area, the Charlevoix County Community Foundation accepts gifts from individuals, families, businesses and civic groups and manages them as permanent endowments. While a portion of the funds are utilized to support grantmaking, the principal of the endowment continues to grow, providing ongoing charitable capital to benefit Charlevoix County’s residents—now and in the future.
Local Business Updates
BOYNE MOUTAIN - Our May & June Boyne Mountain UNLIMITED Golf Pass is available for purchase NOW.
What Your Pass Includes:
- Unlimited golf on The Alpine & The Monument
- Play any time after 11am, Sunday - Friday
- Unlimited range access and free range balls
- Valid Now - June 30, 2021
- All of this for $800
Purchase online now and pickup your pass in the golf shop on your first day of play! Then enjoy countless rounds on two awesome courses.

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

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.
June Music Schedule
June 11th- Pete Kehoe
June 12th - Tyler Parkin
June 18th = Sean Miller
June 19th - Chris Calleja
June 25th & 26th - Michelle Chenard
Save the date for the Petoskey Alumni Steel Drum Band - July 8th from 6:30 - 9:00!

FRISKE FARM MARKET - We are so excited to announce our first-ever series of family movie nights!
Join us on Friday, June 18 for TOY STORY on our giant 20’ inflatable movie screen!
•Tickets are just $5 each, but ages 12 and under are FREE!
•Tickets can be purchased ONLINE, by stopping at the market, or “at the door”.
•Movie begins at dusk (approx 9:30pm)
•Friske food/beverage tent available *no outside food/beverage, please.
•Bring your own chair/blanket.
This is just one more way that we are creating an Extraordinary Farm Fun experience for you!
So sit back, relax, and spend quality time with family and friends, all while enjoying a gorgeous summer evening on the farm! Click HERE for more info.
RAVEN HILL DISCOVERY CENTER - Click Here to view Raven Hill's weekly update. Check the website for the latest updates. If you have questions, please feel free to call me at 231.675.6025.

GREAT LAKES CENTER FOR THE ARTS - Announces 2021 Schedule
  • Saturday, June 19 - Summer Social with Broadway's Max von Essence featuring Billy Strich
  • Saturday, June 26 - A Tribute to Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band
  • 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

LAKE STREET PUB - We are happy to announce that we have a brand-spankin’ new menu! Lots of old favorites as well as several new!
Be sure to check out the Italian Stallion, Sloppy Philly, and Basil Pesto Pasta
Available for dine-in or curbside pickup! Please call: 231-497-6031

We worship every Sunday at 10:00am, and have safe space with caring distance for about 12 people in our building. We also offer our service on-line.
On Friday evening June 18 at 6:30 during Stroll the Streets, we will have a Blessing of the Boats. Rather than try to gather on the water, we invite you to bring a picture of your boat, or something like a paddle or lifejacket as we gather on the front lawn of the church building.
Our on-line service is 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:  https://www.facebook.com/EpiscopalBoyne. 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.

KIERSTEN'S RIDE - SUICIDE PREVENTION CONFERENCE Bringing help, hope and healing through suicide prevention in Northern Lower Michigan Sept 28-30, 2021 Castle Farms Charlevoix, MI All professionals in contact with those at suicide risk will benefit. Check website for more information, cost and registration. Thank you community partners! Featuring, Dr. Thomas Joiner, an American academic psychologist and influential researcher, worldwide presenter, and leading expert on suicide. He is the Robert O. Lawton Professor of Psychology at Florida State University, where he operates his Laboratory for the Study of the Psychology and Neurobiology of Mood Disorders, Suicide, and Related Conditions. www.KierstensRide.org | KierstensRide@outlook.com 231‐675‐5047 
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

CHARLEVOIX COUNTY - Household Hazardous Waste is scheduled for Friday, June 18th and Saturday, June 19th. For details and registration CLICK HERE

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.

Meals Update – Meal Calendar Attached.
  • We are providing Hot Home Delivered Meals to our home bound clients by $3 donation.
  • We are providing weekly Disaster Meals delivered by reservation to any Charlevoix County resident 60 years old or older so that our most vulnerable do not need to leave their homes as often. This is a once a week delivery of a Hot Meal and 6 frozen meals. This need to be ordered through the COA office 231-237-0103 on the Thursday before the week you want it and is a $3 donation per meal. 
  • We are continuing to provide Hot Curbside Pick-up meals at each of our Senior Centers five days a week by $3 donation – NO Reservations needed! 😊
  • We are having a Special Curbside Father’s Day Lunch on 6/18/21 from 11:30am – 12:30p.
June Activities…
Please note these are all activities that are handed out curbside or by appointment to do at home. Please call your Site Coordinator for more information.
  • Boyne – Call Loretta for more info at 231-582-6682
  • Charlevoix - Call Vikki for more info at 231-547-3844
  • East Jordan - Call Brenda for more info at 231-536-7831
  • Beaver Island – Call Lonnie for more info at 231-448-2124
Our plan is now to reopen all of the Senior Centers fully on July 1, 2021 with some temporary changes in how meals will be presented to seniors dining in for the summer until we can get all of our kitchens staffed and running fully. 
We are choosing July 1 as the MDHHS guidelines will have changed to no mask for anyone, no social distancing, no capacity limits. 
July 1, 2021 we will no longer be providing Delivered Disaster Meals and our Curbside Meals will be transitioned back to Take-Out meals for those not wanting to eat at the Senior Centers.
July 1, 2021 Meals & Activities for the Charlevoix Senior Center will take place at the Northside Building at 13513 Division Street, Charlevoix.
Please print our Calendars, “Like” our Facebook Page “Charlevoix County Commission on Aging”, follow us on Instagram “Charlevoixcountycoa” and look all the other goings on either on the Senior Hi-Lites Newsletter page or the Menus / Calendars and Activities pages of our website at www.charlevoixcounty/Commission_on_Aging .
The Charlevoix County Commission on Aging also has some new information that will be available at all of our area Chambers of Commerce…Stop in and pick up our 3 new information cards and share them with your friends and family. It’s covers just some of the things you never knew the COA and Senior Centers did!
We are changing what aging looks like and feels like!
Education News
BOYNE CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS - Reminder! You can view next year's district-wide calendar on our website. Click Here
NORTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEGE - will offer an Associate of Applied Science in Early Childhood Education to prepare graduates for careers educating and caring for young children in a variety of settings. Beginning Fall 2021, the Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Early Childhood Education will run in tandem with an Associate of Arts (AA) in Early Childhood Education, giving students the option of immediate entry into the workforce or transfer for completion of a bachelor’s degree. AAS graduates are prepared to become instructional aides in K-5 classrooms or assist in Head Start programs, preschools and childcare programs. 
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 lisa@boynechamber.com. 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 Details
Various Positions at Odawa Casino Details New Employees Eligible for Bonus DETAILS
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: lsehrlich@ledesign.biz.

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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