Elk Rapids Area Chamber of Commerce
Monday Minute Newsletter
June 1, 2020
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 1, 2020
Governor Whitmer Rescinds Safer at Home Order, Moves Michigan to Phase Four of the MI Safe Start Plan
Retailers, restaurants will be permitted to open with capacity limits, social distancing
LANSING, Mich. -- Today, Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed Executive Order 2020-110, rescinding her Safer at Home order and moving the entire state to phase four of the
MI Safe Start Plan
The governor's order will allow retailers to reopen on June 4 and restaurants to reopen on June 8, both subject to capacity limits. Day camps for children will likewise be permitted to open on June 8. Effective immediately, groups of 100 or less will be allowed gather outdoors with social distancing. Office work that is not capable of being performed remotely can resume. And in-home services, including housecleaning services, can resume operations.
"The data has shown that we are ready to carefully move our state into the next phase of the MI Safe Start Plan, but we owe it to our brave frontline heroes to get this right," said Governor Whitmer. "While Michiganders are no longer required to stay home, we must all continue to be smart and practice social distancing, and encourage those who meet the criteria to get tested for COVID-19. If we all do our part, our goal is to announce a shift to phase five for the entire state prior to the fourth of July. Stay smart, stay safe, and let's all do our part."
Michiganders must continue to wear facial coverings when in enclosed public spaces and should continue to take all reasonable precautions to protect themselves, their loved ones, and the community. And they should continue to work from home to the maximum extent possible.
"The governor and I, along with a team of experts, have determined that our state is ready to move into the next phase of the MI Safe Start Plan. Hospitalization numbers are down, our frontline workers have PPE to last them several weeks, and the number of positive cases and deaths are declining," said MDHHS Chief Deputy for Health and Chief Medical Executive Dr. Joneigh Khaldun. "We will continue to monitor the data and work closely with local health departments to ensure Michiganders practice safe social distancing. On behalf of our health care professionals and first responders on the front lines, we must all be smart and be safe."
"As the hardest-hit region in the state, Wayne County and its residents are ready to safely return to greater activity and commerce," said Wayne County Executive Warren C. Evans. "We continue to vigilantly monitor the spread of COVID-19 and will do so to make sure the number of daily cases continues to decline. It's is been an extremely difficulty three months for all of us, but the social distancing measures we have put in place has slowed the spread of this disease and saved lives. Today is an important step toward returning to some semblance of normalcy, but it is important for all of to continue following that safe distancing and work directives outlined in Stage 4 of the MI Safe Start plan."
"I appreciate Governor Whitmer for her diligence and commitment to reopening the state safely. We look forward to reopening Detroit safely and efficiently," said Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan.
"We know we still have challenges to face, but moving into this next phase acknowledges the huge strides this state has made to slow the spread of this deadly virus," said Flint Mayor Sheldon Neeley. "I appreciate Gov. Whitmer's caution and proactive response throughout this crisis. Her leadership has undoubtedly saved lives."
"The last few months have been very hard for everyone. I applaud the Governor for doing everything she can to keep us safe," said Lansing Mayor Andy Schor. "And now that the curve has flattened and I am very excited that we have moved into phase 4 and can have things start to reopen. Economic issues have been very challenging in Lansing and across the state, but we know it was necessary to save lives. Now we are ready to get back to growing our city here in Lansing and the economy throughout the state!"
Subject to local regulation, gyms and fitness centers may conduct outdoor classes, practices, training sessions, or games, provided that coaches, spectators, and participants maintain six feet of distance from one another during these activities. Outdoor pools can also reopen, with restricted capacity.
To view Executive Order 2020-110, Click the link below:
ANTRIM COUNTY, Mich. – Antrim County, along with several local organizations, is working on a recovery plan, entitled Antrim Promise. The plan is being organized for area businesses as we all recover from the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent shutdowns.
Teaming up with the Antrim County Economic Development Corporation (EDC), local Downtown Development Authorities (DDA), as well as Chambers of Commerce from Elk Rapids, Bellaire, Mancelona, Central Lake and Ellsworth/East Jordan, the Antrim County Emergency Operations Center (EOC) will be providing the plan to all Antrim County businesses.
“It is critical at this time that we are all working together, unified in mission,” said Jeremy Scott, Antrim County PIO. “Each organization brings unique capabilities and perspectives that we need to serve local businesses and find a path to recovery.”
The need for a plan has become apparent as Area Chambers of Commerce have reported up to 71% of their members having to shut down during this time. And with so much information and so many resources, concise and relevant guidance will be necessary as businesses navigate health, safety and financial concerns.
“Whether they had to close or not, businesses are wondering how they get their business up and running,” Said Shelley Dennis, EOC Liaison Officer. “They want guidance and they want to know where and how to get supplies.”
The Antrim Promise will start with the EOC offering PPE Readiness Packs, which will include hand sanitizer, gloves, cloth face masks (enough to outfit each employee with two), and KN95 masks (for qualified businesses). Additional, individualized, needs can be requested and will be fulfilled according to availability.
The Antrim Promise supply request form:
Shop your favorite foods--fresh produce, meat, fish, honey, syrup and so much more--just as you always have! This summer will be a little different: please send only one shopper per family, wear a mask, and follow distancing and traffic flow guidelines. We look forward to welcoming you back to Farmer's Market!
List of vendors that have signed up... some may not be here the first few weeks.
Altonen Orchards * Bear Earth Herbals * Big Medicine Ranch * Boss Mouse * Charlevoix Moon Wine * Country side Gardens * Cultured Kombucha * Erickson Family Farms * Fainting Robin Farm * Farmer White's * Gallagher Centennial Farm * Grateful Kitchen (GF) * Guntzviller's * Hammond's Pure Hone * Hillside Harvest Farm * Ken's Fresh Fish * Lucy's Kitchen * MY TCBD * Northern Growin * Ona Mission Honey Farm * Pine Hill Nursery * Providence Farm * Rural Good * Saltless Sea Creamery * Sobremesa Tamales * The Farm at Cherry Hill * Undertoe Farm (pre-order pickup only) * Walk Around Ranch * Winnie's Originals
Resources for Michigan Businesses During COVID-19
Click on the link Provided for a list of resources and information for Michigan businesses during the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak. We will continue to update this page as more resources become available. If you have any questions or wish to speak to MEDC directly, please call 888.522.0103.
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The Power of Three: Webinar from California,
New York, and Michigan's Workforce Associations
Monday, June 8, 20209 1:00-3:00 p.m. EST
What to Expect in the Next 90 Days: (and what workforce professionals should be thinking about)
A Webinar Series on the Economic Response and Recovery to Unprecedented Times $225.00 per person
The road to economic recovery from COVID-19 will see the United States undergo a never before seen effort to rebuild, expand, and restore the economy across our States. As workforce development professionals, the next three months are of critical importance, to prepare for those States to reopen, and prepare to respond to economic and workforce challenges of a new size and scale.
In the first of a series of Webinars, spend time with the Directors from California, New York, and Michigan's Workforce Associations, as they share across the nation strategy for workforce development professionals on reopening job centers, caring for the mental health of workforce staff, and virtual tools to help get workforce boards back online.
Click here to Register
PO Box 506
Traverse City, MI 49685-0506
May 2020 Newsletter:
COVID-19 Regional Economic Impact Data Released
Networks Northwest has partnered with a consultant, 4
Economy, to provide the community and decision makers an overview of some of the economic impact associated with the government’s response to COVID-19.
COVID-19 Economic Impact
Housing Fact Sheets Available on Networks Northwest Website
The Fact Sheets are a follow-up to the Target Market Analysis released in late 2019 and provide an easy to understand summary of the housing picture in Northwest Lower Michigan and in each of the region's 10 counties.
Housing Fact Sheets
PTAC Resources for Businesses
The Northwest Michigan PTAC is working to keep businesses in the loop with information regarding how COVID-19 affects them in regards to government contracting. The most recent update and the Northwest Michigan PTAC Newsletter are available on the News section of the PTAC website.
PTAC News & COVID-19 Update
MI Wish Grants
Grants to Small Businesses for Safety Equipment
Do you need special lifts for residents or patients?
Do you use special roofing equipment, scaffolding?
Do you own your own business, or work for a small business?
Do you have other safety equipment needs?
The Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration is offering mini grants for safety equipment. These grants are being offered to small businesses. Grants will fund the purchase of equipment and can cover the cost of training on the use of the equipment.
If you work at, or own your own small business and are in need of safety equipment.....check out link above.
To help Michiganders receive unemployment benefits as a result of COVID-19, the Michigan Unemployment Insurance Agency has developed a schedule for workers to file for benefits based on the first letter of their last name. Visit
to file your claim.
Over 50,000 critical job openings are available. Apply at
READY TO REOPEN
A PLAYBOOK FOR YOUR SMALL BUSINESS
Prepared by the U.S. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
COVID-19 has impacted every business differently. Every business will face tremendous challenges as our nation begins to recover from the coronavirus pandemic. In this guide, we'll walk you through the steps your business will need to take to reopen as restrictions are lifted across the country and your business prepares for the "new normal."
Monday, June 1 ~ Village Council Meeting 7:00 p.m. via Zoom
Thursday, June 4 ~ Parks & Rec 7:00 p.m. ~ via Zoom
Monday, June 8 ~ Harbor Commission 7:00 p.m.
Consumers Energy Offers Videos to Assist Small Businesses
Consumers Energy is providing two videos to make businesses aware of the many resources the utility is providing to assist them during the COVID-19 pandemic.
, Lauren Youngdahl Snyder, Vice President of Customer Experience for Consumers Energy discusses how the company is partnering with businesses on customized solutions on energy bills, energy cost savings, and how to operate safely during the pandemic, among other things. The video is 7:23 in length.
, Consumers Energy tries to help businesses break down the complexities of the economic stimulus programs and provide tools to manage your business or organization through the crisis. Jeff Mayes, Executive Director of Business Customer Care demonstrates how to access the Consumers Energy Tool Kit that has links to checklists and spreadsheets that you can adapt to your business, among other resources. This video runs 3:07.
Beyond watching the videos, assistance is readily available to Consumers Energy customers by calling their Business Customer Care line at 800-805-0490 or visiting ConsumersEnergy.com/business.
THANK YOU to everyone for an extremely successful social distancing food drive. The Elk Rapids Community Cupboard is full thanks to you. And, so many generous donations has ensured the cupboard will continue to serve those who need assistance for the foreseeable future. We are accepting new clients so if you are aware of anyone who needs help please ask them to contact Pam Coleman at 847-445-8239.
Donations can also be mailed to:
P.O. Box 572, Elk Rapids, MI. 49629.
We also have a donation box outside First Presbyterian Church at 404 Spruce Street, Elk Rapids.
ACTS Food Pantry
Open: Tuesday 5:00 -7:00 p.m.
Wed 1:00- 4:00 p.m.
Sat 10:00 a.m.- 1:00 p.m
ACTS now has call-ahead-to-order (231) 267-3002 curbside delivery in place along with a maximum effort to protect our workers and clients. We still can use other able-bodied volunteers to help. If you can do this, please call Carol Hockin at 231-492-6952.
We truly appreciate what you can send to keep our Pantry open.
Tuesday 10:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Wed-Friday 10:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Saturday 10:00 1:30 p.m.
THRIFT STORE OPEN SAME TIME, ONLY OPEN 1/2 HOUR LATER
We have changed things to help protect our staff and community, as we now offer a drive thru service to receive food, and baby items (diapers, wipes, formula, food, etc.). If baby items are needed beyond the basics please call (231) 588-2200. We are doing our utility and emergency assistance through phone by calling (231) 588-2208.
One thing we are in need of is bar soap to hand out with our food boxes.
Local 211 - An Information and Referral service which is available 24/7. If you need assistance with paying bills, seniors, utilities, food, and other essential services please dial 211 on your phone and follow the prompts.
United Way of Northwest Michigan has launched a website where you can step forward to volunteer; background checks will be conducted and once completed, United Way will connect volunteers with opportunities. See this link:
As Businesses Re-open....
- As businesses re-open, please follow their guidelines for social distancing, sanitary procedures, and safety measures.
- Some places might not be ready to fully open yet. Give them time to rebuild their stock and supplies.
- Some businesses may feel uncomfortable with opening fully and may remain closed for awhile or continue with curbside service ~ respect their decision.
- They may not be able to operate at full person capacity.
- Service may be a little slower until getting fully staffed.
- Be Positive ~ Better days are coming!
- Be Patient and respectful.
STAY SAFE TO STAY OPEN
We are happy you are here and thank you for your patronage. Please do your part to stay safe and keep Elk Rapids open!
As Elk Rapids and Antrim County begin reopening retail, restaurants, and other allowable activities on Friday, May 22, 2020 (as authorized under Executive Order 2020-92), residents and second homeowners are asked to Stay Safe to Stay Open. Continuing to keep our community safe by honoring Our Commitment to Community.
As you enter our Elk Rapids Community, you are confirming that you are not experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms and that you agree to follow the above Commitments.
Together, we can be a model for the State of Michigan and allow economic recovery in our region, without risking the health of our residents or capacity of the regions’ healthcare system. We are all dependent on one another to prevent the further spread of COVID-19.
MEDICAL & PHARMACIES
Acme Dental Health Care (231) 486-6878
re-opening on June 15. Call for emergencies
All Smiles Family Dentistry (231) 264-6300
Call for dental emergency appointment.
Hours: Mon-Fri 9:00 a.m- 6:00 p.m.
Curbside pick-up available
Crystal Lake Clinic (231) 264-9060 Open
Hours: Mon-Thu 8:00 - 5:00 CALL FOR APPOINTMENT ~ Video Chat also Available
Please call when you arrive for your appointment. Wait in your car until a staff member comes out to get you. Masks are required and hands will be sanitized at the back door. We are not using our waiting room. Follow up visits are scheduled while patient wait in their room and then escorted out the back door.
Elk Rapids Family Dentistry (231) 264-8176
Re-opening Monday, June 1
Open for our patients during this time by appointment only in Elk Rapids and Traverse City locations. Please all with any questions and to check hours.
Hours: Traverse City Mon - Fri 8-5 231.935.8346
Elk Rapids Mon - Thur 8-5, Friday 8-12 231.264.0700
Televisits and phone visits are sometimes appropriate as well.
Elk Rapids Physical Therapy (Mary Free Bed Rehab) (231) 264-6682
Hours: Mon-Thur-5pm,~Fri 8-12pm
Tele-Health Therapy available, Please call ahead for appointment
Elk Rapids Primary Care (231) 264-0399
PLEASE NO WALK-INS
Hours: Mon-Thurs 8:30 - 3:00, closed on Friday, closed for lunch
Healthy Beginnings Chiropractic (231) 938-3830
Open for appointments
Call for any emergency needs.
Hours: Mon & Thurs 9:30 - 5:30, Tues & Fri 9:30 - 5:00, Closed Wednesday
Dr. Lints Orthodontics (231) 922-7210
please call for appointment Mon-Thurs 9:00-5:00 see
Call your healthcare provider first, for guidelines, visit:
Hours for curbside Pickup: Mon - Fri 8:30 - 5:30 closed from (12-1), Sat. 9-1
Call when you arrive
Now fully open with all 3 doctors, Dr. Trevor Darnell, Dr. Carley Fardell, and Dr. Erik Edwards. Please call for an appointment, or go to the website to schedule an appointment visit:
Friday June 5 is National Donut Day
The Flour Pot Bakery
Enter your name to win a dozen of your favorite donuts and when the time is right an opportunity to work with the baker to see how these delicious donuts are made!
The Flour Pot Bakery * 108 River Street * Elk Rapids * (231) 264-9732
PLEASE SUPPORT OUR RESTAURANTS/MARKETS
List of Restaurants/Markets
offering dine-in, take-out, and delivery:
With the stay at home order lifted, hours and days open for all businesses will change daily. Best practice before going out is to check a business' facebook page or call. Please notify the chamber with any changes or additions.
Many restaurants are requiring or recommending reservations.
Seating will only be 50% capacity for now.
Hours for dining and take-out:
Mon 11am-8pm, Thurs -Sat 11am-10pm Sun 4:00-8:00 p.m.
Torch Lake Pizza -pizza, subs, appetizers, salads, and specials
Hours for dining, take-out, and delivery:
Fri & Sat 4-9pm * Sun 4-8pm
4-5pm reserved dining for seniors
Hours for dining, take-out and delivery: Tues Thurs 11:30 - 8 pm
Fri-Sat 11:30-9:00 p.m. Sun 12-6pm
View Menu and order food, beer, wine, and more Online
Hours for dining and take-out:
Mon-Fri 11:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Sat 3:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Hours: Tues - Sat 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Please call ahead for carryout orders
This week-end cones, flurries, and sundaes!🍦
Hours for curbside pizza & salads service only: Mon- Sat 4-8 p.m.
DIY PIZZA KITS, dairy free and GF available, see
Menu: Phone in orders only and payment over the phone
Hours: Sun-Thur 7:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Fri & Sat 7:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
CurbsideService available, see
for menu & instructions
curbside & delivery
Tues-Thurs 11:30-8pm, Fri-Sat 11:30-9pm Sun 12-6pm
Ethanology Distillation (231) 498-2800
Open Hours Fri-Sat 1-11pm, Sun 12-5pm
Music on Saturdays
Farmer White's (231) 632-1500
Call to pre-order pies and baked goods (a days notice is needed at this time please). Jams, canned products, frozen cider, and more! Call (231)632-1500 for pick up, Tues.-Sat. 10am-4pm
Summer Hours for window service:
Wed ,Thurs & Fri 6:00 a.m.- 2:00 p.m. Sat & Sun 7:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Hours for curbside: Mon-Thurs 8:00 a.m.- 6:00 p.m. Fri-Sat 8:00 a.m.- 7:00 p.m.
Menu: See website:
for details. Essential items available.
Everything you need in one stop! Please call ahead to place your take-out order for pick-up or curb-side service.
Harbor Cafe (231) 264-8700 or (586) 863-2431
Hours: Thurs - Sun 8:30a.m. - Noon Breakfast only Curbside pickup only
Ice Cream Peddlers
Hours: 12-9 pm Daily
(231) 544-6479 M-88 Mkt (231-) or 264-0715 US 31 MKT
Hours for store & curbside service: Mon-Sat 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Sun 10-4
Lochenheath Restaurant (231) 938-9800
Wed - Sun Dining Room 11:30-3:30/5:30-8 pm
Hours for intakeout & curbside service Daily 11:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m
New Orleans Kitchen (231) 264-0530
CRAWFISH FESTIVAL MENU NOW AVAILABLE!
Hours for inside dining or take-out Daily 11:00 am - 10:00 p.m.
Hours for take-out and delivery: Tues-Sat 4:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Store Hours: Tues-Sat 9am-5pm Call to place order or order on line
Curbside Pickup only for now.
(inside Cambria Hotel) (231) 778-9110
Hours for dining & curbside pickup: Sun-Thur 7am-9pm, Fri-Sat 7-11pm
Menu: Regular + Happy Hour menu 4-7 p.m. see
(231) 599-3222 Please call ahead to place order
Hours for store & pick-up: Mon - Sat 9:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.Sun 9-6 p.m.
Menu: apples, pies, cherry products, and beverages
and also essential items available, please call for list.
Tasting Room Hours: Mon-Sat 11am-7pm, Sun 11am-6pm
Hours for take-out and beer delivery: Every day 11:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Short's Pull Barn (231) 498-2300 ext. 101
Fri 12-8pm, Sat-Sun 11am-9pm
Siren Hall (231) 264-6062
Curbside or Patio pickup Tues-Thurs 3-7pm
Friday, and Saturday from 3-8pm
To-go and Curbside Pick-up ONLY
Hours for inside dinig & take-out: Mon-Sat 7:00-3:00, Sun 7:00-1:00
Now Offering Dinner Takeout - Fri and Sat, Call by 6pm for pickup or delivery.
Friday: Cod Fish Basket w/fries & Slaw $7.50 + tax
Saturday: BBQ Chicken $8.95 or BBQ Ribs $9.95 + tax, includes potato & slaw
Menu: Regular Call for daily specials
Hours: Tues-Sunday 7 am - 2pm
Patio, inside dinig, & Take out ~ See
for specials & updates
Torch Lake Beer Co. (231) 331-6214
Hours: Tues-Sun 8am-11pm
Hours for dining, take-out & gift certificates: Mon-Sun 11:00 - 10:00 p.m.
Essential items also available
Hours: Mon-Sat 11:00-Midnight Sun 12-12, Daily ~ Front entrance only
Townline Ciderworks (231) 883-5330
Hours: Fri 2-7pm, Sat 12-7pm -Sun 12-5pm
llage Market - Central Lake (231) 544-3300
Hours: Sun-Thur 8am-8pm, Fri-Sat 8am-9pm Seniors 8-10am
Village Market- Elk Rapids (231) 264-5629
Hours: Sun-Thur 8:00am- 9:00pm, Fri-Sat 8-10 for Seniors
Village Market - Rapid City (231) 331-6111
Hours: 8:00am- 8:00pm Daily 8-9am for Seniors
Curbside service for all 3 stores:Mon-Sat 10am-6pm
Waters Edge Market (231) 264-5511
Hours 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Sun 8-1pm , see
Hours: Thurs Sun 12-7pm
Pick up order upon request any day of the week, order
Shop online. Buy gift cards. Support Local!
List of open businesses. Please follow
your favorites on social media
Tues-Sat 10:00-5:00 p.m., Sun 12-3pm
Order on-line or order for store pick-up
Alden State Banks (231) 264-6900
Lobby closed, Drive thru open Mon-Thurs. 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Fri 8:30 - 6:00,
Sat. 9:00 a.m. - Noon Call to schedule an appointment
Altonen Orchards (231) 264-8052
Greenhouse is open daily 9 am - 6pm
Bayfront Beach and Bike (231) 313-8268
Hours: Mon-Sat 10am-5pm,
Curbside drop and home delivery available
Blue Owl Antiques (231) 709-0412
Hours: Wed-Sat 11-4, Sun 11-4
Classes on Zoom!
Chemical Bank (231) 264-8160 REDUCED HOURS
Lobby Hours by appointment ONLY
Reduced hours starting 4-6-20 Mon-Fri 10-4, Sat 9-12
Please call in all orders, prescriptions, and retail
Curbside pick-up, mail, or home delivery ONLY
Hours: Mon-Fri 9:00 - 12:30 | 1:30 - 5:00
Greenhouse is OPEN! Mon-Fri 8-5, Sat 9-4, Sun 10-2
Please call ahead if you need curbside service.
Elk Rapids Antique Market (231) 264-9192
Opening Thurs. May 28 11:00am-5:00 pm
Free online zoom classes
Fifth Third Bank (231) 264-5621
Beginning Sat. 3/21 Lobby Closed, Open by appointment
Drive-thru Hours: Mon-Thur 9-5, Fri 9-5:30, Sat 9-12
Gill-Roys Hardware Elk Rapids (231) 264-8457
Gill-Roys Hardware Torch River (231) 322-4600
Call ahead phone orders are accepted
Hours for both stores: Mon-Sat 8:00 - 6:00 | Sun 10:00 - 4:00
Gingersnaps (231) 264-8922
Harbor Antiques (231) 264-6850
Hours 11:00 a.m. - 4:00 pm Daily
Call for a special appointment (231) 313-1436
Harbor Flooring (231) 264-0200
Hours: Mon-Fri 9-5, Sat 10-2
Curbside pickup of samples available
Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Sat 9am-2pm
Mobil Station - EZ Mart (231) 264-6200
Hours: 6:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. DAILY
Call for Subway and Lucky Louie Pizza Hours
Mullaly's 128 Gallery (231) 264-6660
Hours: Thurs-Fri-Sat 12-4pm
My Michigan Roots (231) 409-1078
Open for curbside pickup Tues-Sat 12-5pm
Nature Connection (231) 709-7329
Hours: Thu-Sat 11-5, Sun 12-4pm
Nifty Things! (231) 264-6420
Scheduled to be open next week!
Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
Now & Then (231) 498-2410 Masks now available
Open for curbside pickup
GreenHouses Now Open Curbside service available.
Hours: Mon-Sat 9am-6pm, Sun 10am-4pm
Kewadin: 9-10am for at risk shoppers
for ordering and pickup details
Hours for curbside Pickup: Mon - Fri 8:30 - 5:30 closed from (12-1), Sat. 9-1
Send Brothers Farm Mart (231) 267-9010
Hours: Mon-Fri 8:00 - 5:30, Sat 8:00 - 3:00
Call ahead orders and curbside pick up available see
Shell Station on Ames Street (231) 264-5990
Hours: 6:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. DAILY
Swift Audio & Automation (231) 264-0054
Mon - Fri 9 am-5 pm call for appointment
see Facebook Page for updates
Swim to You Boutique (231) 883-2666
Hours: Mon-Sat 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Sun 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.
See Facebook Page for updates
Private appointments available
Tinker Tailor (231) 409-7498
If you are interested in ordering a mask from Tinker Tailor, see
text message to 231-409-7498
Tiny Traveling Boutique Shop OnLine
Curbside pickup Hours: Thur-Mon 11-3pm
Shop online, curbside pick up available
$5.00 flat rate shipping.
All Essential workers receive 20% off the whole month of May
Send Tawny your receipts and she'll send you the promo code!
for ALL up to date information.
Traverse Bay Farms (877) 746-7477
Hours for curbside service Mon-Fri 11-6
Twisted Fish Gallery (231) 264-0123
U.S. Post Office
Hours: Mon-Fri 9:00 - 4:30, closed 12:30-1:30 for lunch
Sat. 8:30 - 10:30
Wildflower Soapworks (231) 264-8000
Hand Sanitizer spray available
Store and Pick-up Hours Sun, Mon, Fri Sat 11am-4pm
Dear Friends of ACHTBCP,
We are writing this letter to you, with mixed emotions. As we are all in a state of unknown territory with the “Coronavirus”.
Due to the facts and the rulings that have been shared by our National Medical teams along with our local and state officials we have found that in the best interest of our 200 plus individuals that would be in attendance of our “17th Annual High Tea luncheon this July. Our board feels it is necessary to cancel the 2020 High Tea Luncheon. This decision was made with heavy hearts but everyone’s health and well being is not something we take lightly.
Please keep in mind the uncertainty of finances within our community. As Cancer does not wait for people to get back to work, get insurance and have finances in order. So getting a diagnose of Breast Cancer or to continue the treatments they so badly need cannot be put off.
Our mission statement since 2004 has always been to assist our men and women in Antrim County. We are asking you to continue to help us in this fight!
By doing so we are asking you and your friends to donate to the “High Tea”. So that together we may continue to assist those in our community, during a very difficult time. Let our individuals going through Breast Cancer treatments concentrate on getting better and not worrying if they can afford the treatments. Let us continue to save lives as a community!
Let us raise hands to fight this dreaded disease! God bless you and thank you in advance for your donation.
Bless you all and Stay safe from your ACHT board,
Tammy Lockwood – President * Dee Lynch – Vice president
MJ Lunn – Secretary * Paulette Pospech – Treasurer
Kristi Meyer – High Tea Chairman
Donations can be made to ACHTBCP * PO Box 218, Bellaire, MI 49615
Tinker Tailor * 504 Bridge Street * Elk Rapids *
Our team has been hard at work building up inventory of our reusable/washable masks & we are ready to ship out to you. You can also pick up orders at 8980 Cairn Hwy, Elk Rapids.
If you’d like to buy any masks please contact our office at 231-264-8111
We have a variety of sizes: XS-XL. See
RAVEN HILL DISCOVERY CENTER...
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) for informal learning activities, photo memories, updates and more. We may also be reached via email (
or phone: 231.675.6025. Stay safe and keep in touch, everyone.
WE ARE MARKING EVENTS CANCELLED ON CALENDAR AS WE HEAR ABOUT THEM
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Even our beloved swan is doing her part to stay safe