Upcoming Chamber Events

Jan. 24  |  7:30-9:00 am
Comfort Inn Village Conference Center

Feb. 8-10
Chelsea Lanes

Feb. 21  |  6:00-8:00pm

Business Breakfast
Winter Curling Festival
C urling Fest 2019 is a 3-day event featuring a tournament on Saturday, February 9 for both experienced and novice competitors, and learn-to-curl ice time February 8 and 10, 2019. 

Learn to curl, play in the tournament or just stop by and watch the fun. Curling Fest has bonfires to warm your toes, hot drinks to warm your spirit, music, food, beer, cocktails and more.

Presented by Rick Taylor Real Estate from Charles Reinhart.

Annual Meeting

You're invited to the Chamber's Annual Meeting, a free event, where we will honor the 
recipients of the Large and Small business awards. Enjoy meeting new contacts, 
hors d'oeuvres, prizes and more. 
The Annual Meeting features excellent networking opportunities.

Live In Balance Consulting
Celebrate women's health month! Jump start your 2019 "Best You" healthy action plan. Join "Live In Balance Consulting" for a wine tasting and chocolate pairing.  Living a healthy lifestyle doesn't mean living without.  Monica Gobba, Certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, shares her process to staying heart happy and creatng the lifestyle you've imagined.  Reception 6:00-6:30 (light appetizers & refreshments). ATTIRE: Dress in RED.

Wine Tasting, from Wines on Main in downtown Chelsea, MI.
Chocolate Pairing, from Mindo Chocolate Makers in Dexter, MI. 

Note: 10% of the event proceeds will go to the American Heart Association, help increase the advancement and awareness of women's heart health. Click HERE to Register

The Purple Rose

Chelsea Wellness Center

Chelsea District Library


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Lucy Ann Lance Show

WLBY 1290 AM or stream live at www.1290wlby.com
every Tuesday 8:15am


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New Staff at
Chelsea Area Chamber of Commerce  

The Chamber of Commerce welcomes
Denise Cugliari as our new Administrative Assistant and  Terris Ahrens as our new Events Coordinator. 

Denise can be reached at info@chelseamichamber.org and Terris can be reached at terris@chelseamichamber.org. 

Chelsea Area Festivals & Events
Call for 2019-2020 
SculptureWalk Chelsea  is now open!
SculptureWalk Chelsea is a rotating sculptural exhibition showcased throughout historic downtown Chelsea, MI. The chosen artists will receive a $750 award, a year-long highly visible platform throughout historical downtown Chelsea, as well as the opportunity to sell accepted work by means of strategic marketing put forward by the Chelsea Area Festivals and Events organization in collaboration with community partners. Artworks are selected by a jury and displayed for one year. Twelve works of original art will be accepted into 2019-2020's rotation, marking the tenth year adorning this beloved city landscape.
Chelsea Senior Center Newsletter
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Chocolate Extravaganza

Wines on Main

Manpower of Southeast Michigan

Now Hiring!

Manpower currently has a part-time receptionist opening for Jiffy.  Please call 734-665-3757 ext. 4 for more information.

Zou Zou's

St. Louis Center
St. Louis Center Receives Grant from MI Health Endowment Fund


St. Joseph Mercy Chelsea now accepting applications 
for $172,000 in community health funding
Deadline for submissions is January 15, 2019

CHELSEA, Mich. (Nov. 20, 2019) -
 St. Joseph Mercy Chelsea is accepting  applications for grant funding to support community-based  programs seeking to improve  health and healing with in the hospital's service area.  To be considered, non-profit organizations must submit an application by 
January 15, 2019.
St. Joe's Chelsea has earmarked $172,000 to be distributed in 2019 for community benefit grants, with half of this amount ($86,000) reserved for programs targeting youth mental health.  To qualify, applicants must have 501(c)(3) tax status, and offer a program that addresses one or more of the  priority needs identified in the hospital's most recent Community Health Needs Assessment.  These priorities include:
·          Mental health
·          Substance use disorder, including alcohol, tobacco, illegal drugs, medicine abuse and misuse
·          Obesity-related illness
·          Pre-conceptual and perinatal health
·          Social determinants of health, including transportation, housing, food access, social isolation, education, employment and health care infrastructure

To apply for a community health grant, please visit Community Support.
Questions regarding the application process can be e-mailed to Reiley Curran, MPH, manager of Community Health Improvement at St. Joseph Mercy Chelsea, at r eiley.curran@stjoeshealth.org

Real Estate

For Sale

Beautiful model homes for sale in Heritage Pointe, Westchester Farms of Chelsea and Sandhill Estates.

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