Let's "Jingle Boyne"

Boyne Area Chamber of Commerce Holiday Promotion
Support and Win

How it works:

* Pick-up your Jingle Boyne Envelope at the Boyne Area Chamber of Commerce office, Challenge Mountain Resale Store, or Kilwans Boyne City beginning November 1st.

* Spend at least $10.00 at ANY Boyne Chamber Member Businesses between  November 1st & December 11th. KEEP YOUR RECEIPTS!!

* Turn in your envelope and receipts to the Chamber office by December 11th. A minimum of 12 receipts is required to be eligible for the drawing.

* 12 Days of Christmas prize drawings will be held daily from December 11th—December 22nd at 3:00pm.

Chamber Members-If you would like to donate a prize for the raffle please call us at 231-582-6222 or email kim@boynechamber.com
Jingle and Jangle have been visiting some of our chamber members. They are excited to be here to help us promote Jingle Boyne. If you would like a visit from them, contact us to make arrangements.

Boyne City Main Street in Boyne City, Michigan is one of three winners of the 2020 Great American Main Street Award (GAMSA), which recognizes communities for their excellence in comprehensive preservation-based commercial district revitalization. Selected by a national jury of community development professionals and leaders in the fields of economic development and historic preservation, Boyne City is being recognized for turning their previously industrial downtown into a thriving destination to live, work, and play.
“Boyne City’s inspiring transformation serves as a model for downtowns looking to appeal to tourists while investing in the quality of life of year-round residents,” said National Main Street Center President and CEO Patrice Frey. “Boyne City Main Street has demonstrated the power of community engagement, strategic business development, and public and private partnerships to revitalize Main Street.”

Located along Lake Charlevoix and the Boyne River in Northern Michigan, Boyne City has harnessed its picturesque waterfront location to become a hub for year-round outdoor recreation. The Main Street program has both enhanced access to natural resources and improved the sense of place downtown, thanks to a streetscape redevelopment project, developing a boardwalk and marina, adding public art, and implementing a façade grant program. A strong roster of events, from outdoor music to food festivals, along with a dedicated volunteer base, has also brought vitality back to downtown.

The Boyne City Main Street program has been a catalyst for economic development. Since the Main Street program got its start, the downtown has seen 91 net new businesses and has a vacancy rate of just 1 percent, down from 5 percent in 2003. The program supports a diverse mix of year-round small businesses, regularly convenes business owners to find new ways to support them, and has championed data-based recruitment and retention efforts.
Throughout the pandemic, Boyne City Main Street has ramped up their small business support, completing multiple rounds of calls to every downtown business owner to check on their needs. The Main Street program has focused on connecting business owners to funding opportunities, helping them get online, and connecting merchants with resources to safely reopen.
While Boyne City has become a popular tourist destination, the Main Street program has deeply invested in its residents. As its downtown grew, Boyne City Main Street has helped tackle an issue facing developing commercial districts across the country: workforce housing. In partnership with the Boyne Area Chamber of Commerce and the City of Boyne City, several workforce housing initiatives are underway downtown. These multi-use projects will provide income-adjusted housing units, commercial space for shops and restaurants, and market-rate units, which will add substantial revenue to the Main Street budget, provide much-needed housing for the workforce, and add to the vibrancy of downtown.

“The partnerships Boyne City Main Street has been able to build helped get them where they are today,” said Laura Krizov, Manager of Michigan Main Street. “They are so deserving of this award because of the great program they have been able to build. They have worked the Main Street mythology over the last 17 years and the comprehensive approach to revitalizing and managing their downtown is what has brought them to where they are today.”
Boyne City Main Street has developed strong partnerships to move their initiatives forward, raising $16,412,766 in public reinvestment and $29,132,799 in private reinvestment since 2003. When Boyne City needed to move their farmers market inside for the winter, they worked with a range of partners to rehab a pavilion downtown. After seven years of fundraising, Boyne City completed the pavilion, which now hosts the farmers market and other events.

“Although the Great American Main Street Award says ‘Boyne City Main Street’ on the plaque, the award is really for every member of our community,” said Kelsie King-Duff, Executive Director of Boyne City Main Street. “It is for anyone who has shopped at our unique stores, eaten at one of our restaurants, attended an event, and helped make Boyne City what it is today. This is a wonderful way to celebrate what we’ve accomplished so far, and a great reminder that we’re just getting started.”

Each year, Main Street America, a program of the National Main Street Center, celebrates the country's best examples of comprehensive commercial district revitalization. Winners are selected from a nationwide pool of applicants by a national jury based on successful and innovative uses of the Main Street Approach.™ Criteria for winning include: overall community transformation; strength of community engagement; entrepreneurship development; approach to diversity, equity, and inclusion; commitment to historic preservation; implementation of model partnerships, and demonstrated success of the Main Street Approach.™
The National Main Street Center has been helping revitalize older and historic commercial districts for 40 years. Today, its network of more than 1,600 neighborhoods and communities, rural and urban, share both a commitment to place and to building stronger communities through preservation-based economic development. The organization is a nonprofit subsidiary of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. For more information, visit mainstreet.org.
Boyne City Main Street is a grassroots, volunteer-driven program dedicated to the historic preservation and economic development of Boyne City’s downtown. The program follows the national “Main Street Four-Point Approach” to revitalization developed by the National Main Street Center, a subsidiary of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. The four points focus on Organization, Promotion, Economic Vitality, and Design. Boyne City Main Street has been recognized by the state as Michigan’s “Premier Main Street.” In both 2011 & 2019, Boyne City Main Street was a semi-finalist for the Great American Main Street Award, placing in the top 10 for main street programs nationally. Learn more at boynecitymainstreet.com.

Watch Video HERE
Earlier than the Bird Event

Boyne City Main Street will be kicking off the 2020 holiday season with two fun events – Earlier than the Bird and the Santa Parade & Holiday Open House.

The 13th Annual Earlier than the Bird shopping event is planned for Saturday, November 21 ALL DAY LONG. Kick off the holiday season with friends, family, and shopping specials.

By holding the event the Saturday before Thanksgiving, Boyne City merchants are inviting customers to get an "early bird" preview of all the great holiday shopping available. Shoppers wearing their pajamas receive special deals at many of the stores. Sweats and workout clothes are not considered pajamas. Stop by the log cabin in Sunset Park to drop off your receipt or e-mail a photocopy of your receipt to bcmainstreet@gmail.com to be entered in the drawing to win an Earlier than the Bird coffee mug.

Boyne City Main Street is pleased to partner with the Boyne Area Chamber of Commerce on this event.

Businesses – please submit your Earlier than the Bird special, hours the special will run, and if you offer online shopping, curbside pickup, or delivery to bcmainstreet@gmail.com
Santa Parade & Holiday Open House
The Santa Parade & Holiday Open House will take place on Friday, November 27 (the day after Thanksgiving). 
This year the parade will be stationary - meaning the floats will stay in one spot and the people watching will be the ones moving. The floats will be set up around the loop in Veteran's Park. Cars can enter from State Street and drive the loop to view the floats (with Santa at the end, as always!). The drive-thru parade will take place from 6-8 p.m. You can view the official parade poster here. If you would like to have a float of your own the application can be found here. Be sure to visit your favorite downtown restaurant for a bite to eat before or after the parade, and the shops are sure to have a ton of unique gifts for everyone on your list!
Family Fare partners with Good Neighbors Food Pantry during scan campaign to provide hunger relief

Store guests who visit Family Fare in Boyne City through Sunday, Nov. 8 will have the opportunity to donate $1, $5, $10, or round up their purchase at any checkout lane—and 100 percent of the proceeds will benefit Boyne City’s Good Neighbors Food Pantry.

Throughout the year, SpartanNash—and its family of retail stores, including Family Fare—underwrites companywide retail scan campaigns in partnership with its charitable giving arm, the SpartanNash Foundation. The current campaign supports the Foundation’s mission of providing hunger relief in our communities, and each of SpartanNash’s corporate-owned stores is partnering with a nearby food pantry.

In 2019, The SpartanNash Foundation’s scan campaign to provide hunger relief raised $271,000 to support more than 100 local food pantries and food banks. This year’s campaign will happen over the course of 12 days, with participating stores and fuel centers in eight states.

One hundred percent of all funds raised by Family Fare in Boyne City will go directly to Good Neighbors, which will in turn have a huge impact on the food insecure families it serves through its onsite community food pantry.

For more information on the SpartanNash’s campaigns, visit https://www.spartannash.com/corp-responsibility/foundation/retail-scan-partners/. For more information on Good Neighbors Food Pantry, visit www.goodneighborsboyne.org, email goodneighborsboyne@gmail.com, or call 231-497-8677.
Grants Awarded for Beaver Island, Boyne City, Charlevoix, and East Jordan

The Community Foundation responded to requests from nonprofit partners in four geographic areas in Charlevoix County in October. 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 to improve the quality of life on Beaver Island, in Boyne City, Charlevoix and East Jordan. In all, over $93,000 was awarded during the Geographic Enrichment cycle.

On Beaver Island, grants will help the Beaver Island Historical Society to replace the flooring of the Print Shop Museum; the Baroque on Beaver Festival will work on rebranding and redesigning their website, and the Dorothy Gerber Strings Program will again be available to Beaver Island students.

In Boyne City, the City of Boyne City will be installing wayfinding signage along the new bike trail that runs from Boyne City to Boyne Falls, and an important children’s bereavement program will be available to Boyne City students through the McLaren Northern Michigan Foundation.

Charlevoix will feel a focus on its rich history; the Charlevoix Historical Society will archive a large donation of historic documents, photos, slides and more, and the City of Charlevoix will work with them to also install new signage designating the Earl Young Historic District, making it easier for visitors to find their way around. The Charlevoix Circle of Arts will make an important improvement to their facility.

East Jordan will see a new childcare center open, called Training Wheels Childcare Center. This program will provide much needed childcare to support working parents. East Jordan Public Schools will embark on a vape sensor pilot program and they will also provide more outdoor learning experiences for students, including snowshoeing and more classes being held outdoors. The City of East Jordan will continue improving City parks, including those along the waterfront. Visit c3f.org for a complete list of grants made through the Geographic Enrichment cycle.

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.

The next grant cycle will focus on Environment, Land Use, and Recreation projects. Applications will become available in December and will be due by Monday, February 1, 2021. The Community Foundation welcomes inquiries about applying for grants anytime by emailing Ashley Cousens at acousens@c3f.org. More information about each grant cycle can be found at c3f.org on the “Apply for a Grant” page.  

The Boyne Eta Nu Charities thirty-third annual “Lights of Love” tree dedication will take place Wednesday, December 2, at 6:30 p.m. on the Dilworth Hotel porch in Boyne City. This special event offers an opportunity for community members to honor and remember loved ones during the holiday season. This year receipts will benefit Northwest Michigan Hospice Assist. NMHA is a nonprofit, non-medical organization that specializes in providing nominal grants for personal care items for those facing illness and loss. NMHA serves clients in Antrim, Charlevoix, Emmet and Otsego Counties. In the past thirty-two years, Boyne Eta Nu has raised over $110,000 for Hospice and Hospice Assist.
You can help decorate our “Lights of Love” tree by purchasing a green, blue, red or gold light ranging from $5 to $30. For a $40 contribution, you will receive a personalized heart ornament inscribed with your loved one’s name that will hang on the tree during the month of December. The personalized hearts ornaments will be distributed after the New Year. One hundred percent of the monies collected will go to the Hospice Assist program. You can make a donation through the end of December and is tax deductible.
CLICK HERE for a “Light of Love” donation form or pick one up at the Boyne City Chamber. Those wishing to make a direct contribution may do so via mail to Pati Scott, 4408 E. Fontenoy, Boyne City, MI 49712. Please make checks payable to Boyne Eta Nu Charities. The personalized hearts ornaments will be distributed after the New Year.
For additional information visit us on Face Book at Boyne Eta Nu Charities or contact Pati Scott at patiski13@gmail.com or call or text 231-758-2496.
2020 Curbside Soup Fest
Helping Kids be Kids

All proceeds will "Help Kids be Kids". Many elementary and middle school children in the Boyne City School system need our help. Money raised will help purchase backpacks, clothing, lunch boxes, school supplies, allow children to go on a field trip, and mostly help our families in transition. Many of our students are in need of additional resources.

We hope you can stop by and enjoy a homemade ready to go meal while helping out our local children! Please wear a mask to protect our staff and yourself from spreading germs. A $6 donation is suggested.

Your choice of: Split Pea, Potato Ham, White Turkey Chili, Cream of Broccoli, Butternut Squash, Italian Sausage & Tortellini, Celery Soup. Includes saltine crackers, bread, dinner rolls, and a sweet treat.
Hosted by North Harbor Christie's International Real Estate

Thursday, November 5th, 2020  11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Location: Boyne City Eagles, 106 River St., Boyne City

Want to place a group to-go order?
Contact Claire Hoaglund with North Harbor Christie’s International at 231-881-9400 or email claire@nhchristiesre.com by Tuesday, Nov. 3rd and we will deliver it to any Boyne area business or school.

We will deliver group orders of 5 or more placed by November 3rd to Boyne Area businesses and schools.
Health Department of Northwest Michigan COVID-19 Update

November 4th - The Health Department of Northwest Michigan is reporting 28 new confirmed cases in Antrim (8), Charlevoix (4), Emmet (13), and Otsego (3) counties. Today we are also reporting 2 deaths in Emmet county. Case investigation and contact tracing are in progress, and relevant information will be shared when it is available.

If you have been notified that you were exposed to someone with COVID-19, we will ask that you stay home for 14 days from your last exposure to that individual. A negative test does not replace or end the 14-day quarantine because one can still develop symptoms and test positive for COVID-19. If you develop symptoms, we will assist you in locating and getting tested in addition to receiving any necessary medical care.
“We have received several questions daily from residents about possible exposures in our communities,” stated Lisa Peacock, Health Officer. “This is a reminder that if you decide to go into a public place, you are at risk of coming into contact with COVID-19. If you are contacted by the Health Department, we ask you to stay in quarantine for the full 14 days to stop the spread and contact your primary care provider or the health department if you start showing symptoms to help get you tested. We extend our deepest sympathies to the family and friends of the community members we have lost to this illness and encourage everyone to do their part to slow the spread of COVID-19.” Today we are reporting case investigation information for 34 confirmed COVID-19 cases. All 34 cases are being reported in our jurisdiction.

Stay up to date on the latest information in the Health Department jurisdiction by liking and following our Facebook page and visiting our COVID-19 Data Dashboard. To locate a testing facility, visit the Michigan COVID-19 Test Finder website. To track the risk levels of COVID-19 pandemic indicators, visit the MI Safe Start Map website.
Boyne Area Community Christmas update - November 4, 2020

Since 1954 - No child in the Boyne Area will be without a Christmas!

·        Volunteers - Packing and distribution will happen on Dec. 17 and 18. Call Lisa at Boyne Area Chamber to reserve your day and time 231-582-6222.

·        Donations of new, unwrapped toys and books can be dropped off at any Toys for Tots location. Boyne Area Community Christmas is the recipient of any toys collected in the Boyne area. Drop off locations TBD.

·        All food and toys will be delivered to families this year. This will require more volunteers that have a vehicle. All delivery drivers will be paired with another volunteer. Call Lisa at Boyne Area Chamber to volunteer 231-582-6222.

·        New mailing address!! Monetary donations can be mailed to Boyne Area Community Christmas, PO Box 886, Boyne City, MI 49712

·        Sign up forms for families will be distributed to ALL students that attend Boyne City and Boyne Falls Public Schools and Concord Boyne. Please look for forms in your child’s weekly folder sometime in November. Forms will also be available at the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) and WIC. For further information, please contact Heather at 231-459-5588.

·        If you are in need and your child is attending a Boyne Area school online, please call Heather at 231-459-5588.

From the Boyne Area Community Christmas committee and the many grateful families of our community, thank you for your generosity and continued support!
Tip of the Mitt SCORE is offering a free webinar to the business community on business credit basics for start-up businesses.
The webinar will be held on Wednesday, November 18, 2020 from 8:30 a.m. – 10 a.m.. Register in advance for this meeting by going to https:// tipofthemitt.score.org and click on Take a Workshop. A confirmation email will be sent containing information about joining the meeting.
This introductory lending course will help new business owners understand credit, lending and options available to them. In this course we will discuss what it will take to build credit, get credit, and maintain it. We will discuss different lending options for your business type, the required documentation and use real life examples of how to increase cash flow in your business through lending.
Cynthia Lamberson, Business Banking Relationship Manager at PNC Bank, helps people with their financial goals, supports their business growth and provides information on how the financial industry can assist them with their business efficiencies. An entrepreneur herself, she can provide valuable insights to new business owners.
North Central Michigan College Corporate and Community Education is joining SCORE Tip of the Mitt as a partner for this webinar. SCORE provides free and confidential business advice and counseling tailored to meet the needs of area businesses and entrepreneurs. For more information about SCORE, visit tipofthemitt.score.org. NCMC Corporate and Community Education provides quick, job-specific training to thousands of area employees and job seekers, as well as serving the personal and professional development needs of the larger community. For more information, visit ncmich.edu and click on Community and Events.
Welcome, New Chamber Members!
MS CAT- Jarvis Property Restoration
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.
These local businesses and organizations have joined the Boyne Area Chamber in recent weeks. We'd love to have you join them - and us!

Charlevoix County News
Synergy Electric
Northern Michigan Surgical Suites
Edward Jones - James Richman
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. 
Flu season 2020: “Give it a shot”

Staying protected during the flu season is more important than ever. Not only is the flu a serious illness, it can also be a huge burden due to stress placed on our health care system, costs related to medical treatment, sick days and lost productivity from employees being off work.

The flu vaccine is a smart way to reduce an individual’s chance of getting the flu and benefits everyone around them. Encourage your members to “give it a shot” this year. Share the attached helpful tips and resources to make sure they get the right information, understand the importance of the flu shot and know where to get vaccinated.
Charlevoix County Conservation District Seeks Input on County Plat Book

The County plat book is a small fundraiser for the Charlevoix Conservation District, and a service we've provided every 3-4 years, dating back to the 1980's. In recent years publishing costs have increased making it challenging for the district to do much more than break even. Ads from local businesses assist tremendously with publishing costs, however as you are well aware, the current health crisis has caused many businesses to reprioritize their advertising budget, among other things.
In this brief (1 minute), 5 question survey we would greatly appreciate hearing from you - our local landowners (year-round or summer), businesses owners and partners - to learn how important the county plat book is to you.
Your answers will help us determine if we should postpone yet another year, or consider ending this service entirely.  For questions about the plat book, please contact District Manager, Alison Adams at 231-582-6193, or alison.adams@macd.org. Thank you for your support!  


Big Ticket Raffle!

Call the shelter for your chance to win! 231-582-6774
$50 ticket Only 1000 sold.
Win two round trip airline tickets, seven night stay at a beautiful waterfront resort, or take the $10,000 option! You can’t win of you don't play!
Charlevoix Conservation District Annual Meeting & Open House

Join us on November 12th, 6-7pm for our 72nd Annual Meeting Open House! Everyone is welcome. Grab Dinner To-Go from Lake Street Market, along with beverages and other treats. It's on the house! While you visit with our Board, Staff and Partners, drop your name in a raffle (no need to be present to win), learn about our programs & services, get free conservation tips for your land or backyard, view our new community room & office, and vote for incoming board members (eligible voters are individual residents of legal age who can demonstrate residency in Charlevoix County via one piece of identification. Awards for our Charlevoix County Conservationist of the Year & Star Volunteers will be presented at 6:30pm. We can't wait to see you! No RSVP required, only masks! 303 North Street, Boyne City. Call District Manager, Alison Adams for questions & details - 231-582-6193, or email alison.adams@macd.org.
With Good Neighbors Food Pantry

The chase is on! Let’s round up those Northern Michigan Turkeys for Thanksgiving and put them on the plates of those in need in the Boyne City Area! A $20.00 donation will provide a family with all of the fixings for a complete Thanksgiving meal.
You can drop off your donation at Pat O’Brien Real Estate in Boyne City throughout the month of October or mail your tax deductible check to Good Neighbors Food Pantry PO Box 35, Boyne City, MI 49712.
With your help, the Good Neighbors Food Pantry will have enough turkeys for all who shop at the pantry. Good Neighbors is blessed to be in our 5th year of service to our neighbors. Thank you, Boyne City!

You’re invited to the last in a series of virtual public open houses Consumers Energy is hosting to gather suggestions for its Clean Energy Plan, which will eliminate coal and help achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2040.
At the open house, Consumers Energy experts will share information and take questions and comments. Consumers Energy wants to hear what you think.
The fourth and final session is Tue. Nov. 10 at 1:30 p.m. and will focus on A Smart Energy Future. Visit www.MICleanEnergy.com for links to join the event. The open house is scheduled to last about 45 minutes. To participate, you must be logged in by 1:30 p.m.
The public input will help inform Consumers Energy’s suggested Clean Energy Plan updates to the Michigan Public Service Commission in June 2021.
Sales for Trails at North Country Cycle Sport

The sale benefits the new trails at Boyne School Forest Trail courtesy of Top Of Michigan Mountain Bike Association!

Pictured are some highlighted sale items! All clothing, shoes, gloves, many other accessories & components will also be on sale. Sale runs Wednesday - Saturday.

Boyne Tough Masks
Boyne Tough Masks are still available at the Boyne Area Chamber of Commerce Office.

Masks can be purchased for $5.00 Monday-Friday 9am-5pm.
Local Business Updates
COUNRTY NOW & THEN/UP A LAZY RIVER - After 30 years of business, Karen and Ray Guzniczak! Stop in for the Retirement Sale of their product inventory, store fixtures and displays including three large antique display counters that came from the original Kaden's building.

Monday - 12:00 - 6:00
Tuesday & Wednesdays - Closed
Thursday - 12:00 - 6:00
Friday - 12:00 - 7:30
Saturday - 11:00 - 7:00
Sunday - 12:00 - 5:00
Friday 11/6 - Chris Calleja 4:00 - 7:00
Saturday 11/7 - Pete Kehoe 2:00 - 6:00

SPUDSBOYNE - Updated Hours, Monday Closed, Tuesday through Friday 11-5,
Saturday 10-5, Sunday 10-2
Please be patient with us as we fine tune hours and operation. We are doing everything we can to adapt to the situation and keep our customers and employees safe.

GREAT LAKES CENTER FOR THE ARTS - Saturday, November, 7 at 8PM, Etienne Charles, one of the most compelling and exciting trumpeters, ushering the jazz genre into groundbreaking new territory, takes Center Stage. Experience critically acclaimed Trinidadian trumpeter and his seven-member band as they filter reggae, Calypso, and Afro-Caribbean music into a modern jazz conception.

BOYNE CITY TAPROOM - New Hours Update we are bringing lunch back after giving our staff a much needed break after a crazy and fun summer and fall! 
Monday -closed, Tuesday-Thursday 11;30am-9pm, Friday-Saturday 11;30am-10:00pm,
Sunday 11:30am-5:00pm. Online ordering and Curbside service now available...check out the website or Facebook for details.
NEW! Daily lunch special 11:30am-2:30pm $10
Bottomless Bowl of Soup & Sandwich or Salad Sandwich Choices: BLT, Turkey Sammy or Grilled Cheese Salad Choices: House, Wedge or Caesar 
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
BOYNE CITY -Boyne City residents are encouraged to take the @watershedcouncil’s Green Stormwater Infrastructure survey before Dec. 1. The survey can be found by visiting: https://arcg.is/ayCCi. Your participation in this survey will help to inform future GSI project development in our city!
A memorial tree for Bob Huff was planted in Old City Park this week. The tree was sponsored by Bob's colleagues and friends. Local pharmacist Gene Hancock who helped arrange the donation was present when the tree was planted. A plaque is expected to be added next year.
School News

BOYNE CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS -Help support our organization by participating in our annual fruit sale! We have partnered with Florida Indian River Groves to provide you with the freshest fruit available. Your fruit will be harvested the very same day it's shipped to us, ensuring that you receive fruit that is hours off of the tree. Now that's fresh! Now's the time to pick up a box of Navel Oranges that are sure to be bursting with flavor or a box of sugar-sweet, Indian River Red Grapefruit. And don't forget your friends, family, and coworkers. Everyone loves Fresh Fruit From Florida! Thank you! We appreciate your support! Click Here to order.

BOYNE FALLS PUBLIC SCHOOL - A HUGE thanks to our community for believing in and supporting our school! Our children benefit directly from your approval of our sinking fund millage. Your vote will protect and preserve the investment this community made over 20 year ago. Our beautiful building will remain the center point of the Boyne Falls community for many years to come! It's a great day to be a Logger!

NORTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEGE - Growth, Freedom and Peace in Times of Stress
Watch this free ten-minute video as Joe Walker shares personal stories and tools and tips for remaining calm, resilient, and strong during the pandemic. Joe is a sought after Speaker, Executive Coach, Team and Talent Builder, Strategic Planner and Board Member. Throughout his business career, Joe has led international companies, (R.L. Polk & Co. now IHS Markit), a professional services firm (Plunkett & Cooney), as well as for-profit and not-for-profit associations and foundations (ex. Providence Health Foundation) as a Board Member and Board Chairman, CEO, COO, General Counsel, President of an International Division and Consultant. Contact North Central Michigan College to learn more about what Joe can do for you and your business in these stressful times. Available programs are: Leadership Training and Development, Team Training and Development, Strategic Planning in Times of Crisis, Communication in Times of Stress, How to Engage in Healthy Conflict, or allow our team to design a program for your specific needs. Christy Lyons clyons1@ncmich.edu • (231) 348-6822
NORTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEGE - will honor those who have served our country with a Veterans Day drive thru breakfast on Wednesday, November 11, from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. in the North Central library parking lot on the Petoskey Campus. 
New Advertising Opportunity Available

In addition to the advertising opportunities available in our Thursday Edition, we have added a dedicated newsletter. This newsletter will go out on Monday or Tuesday weekly and will be dedicated to you and your business message. If you would like information on how to send a dedicated e-newsletter or a display ad to our 3,800 newsletter recipients, contact  kim@boynechamber.com or call 231-582-6222

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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:

Massage Therapist at Boyne City Massage & Details
Accounts Payable at Char-Em ISD Details
Assistant Bookkeeper at Northern Michigan Escapes Details
Portfolio Asset Manager at Northern Michigan Escapes Details
Full & Part-time Caregivers at Pineview Cottage Details
Cooks & Hosts at Lake Street Pub - Details
Senior Center Cook at Charlevoix County Commission on Aging- Details
Sales Representative at The Britton Weber Agency - Details
Project Coordinator at Mitchell Graphics - 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.

OFFICE SPACES AVAILABLE – 800sf - 1,924sf of office space available. Located in a beautiful building, center of town with lake views and natural light on One Water Street above Cafe Santé. $12/sf/yr includes common area maintenance (excluding utilities, internet, and trash). Call 989-732-9722 or www.cattdevelopment.com

Price: $1,500 down, $1,000/Mo
Click this link for a 3D walkthrough tour of our office space: 3D Matterport Tour
This unit is located within North Harbor Christie's International Real Estate, downtown Petoskey. Next door to shopping, dining, and Little Traverse Bay. Storefront is located across from Pennsylvania Park with high foot traffic and a convenient meeting location with city parking spaces available in front and rear of the building.
INCLUDED: All utilities, Standing desk, desk chair, two client chairs, locking filing cabinet, High speed wifi, Apple TV available for presentations, Conference room access available, Front desk receptionist, Coffee/water bar for you and clients, Insurance required, Handicapped accessible (front and back entrance).

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