Macomb Chamber e-Connect

April 12, 2018

Chamber News
Public Policy Committee

The Public Policy Committee hosted Rep. Jeff Yaroch, Dist. 33, and Anderson Howard of
SEMCOG to their April meeting this week.  Rep. Yaroch and Anderson Howard discussed the current state of roads in Michigan, the extensive data of pavement condition on the county, as well as their opinions on a variety of topics affecting Macomb County and Michigan.

Member News
Raise a Glass to Wildlife at
Zoo Brew 

May 4 @ 6 p.m.

This 21-and-over event will feature unique beers from select Michigan craft breweries, live music and food for purchase. The beer-tasting experience will also feature exclusive access to the Zoo's award winning habitats until twilight, animal enrichment and zookeeper talks. The event includes admission and 12 beer tastings (additional tasting tickets and food will be available for purchase).
First State Bank Establishes College Scholarship  Program for Foster Youth

The First State Bank Scholarship for Foster Students, donated to Macomb Community College Foundation, will provide ten (10) foster students with scholarships of $1,000 each for the academic year at Macomb Community College. The awards cover tuition, fees, books and other educational expenses.  For information about the scholarship and to apply, click here.
Anton Art Center seeking  Education Coordinator

The Anton Art Center is currently accepting applications for the part-time position of Education Coordinator. Pay range is $10-12/hour, and the position will be scheduled to work 16 hours per week. Qualifications for the position are a high school diploma or equivalent and 1-2 years general office experience or comparable training.The Education Coordinator will work 16 hours per week at the Anton Art Center facility in Mount Clemens, and the salary range is $10-12/hour. Applications will be accepted until Friday, April 20th at 5pm. Submit your resume to Phil Gilchrist, Executive Director.
Genisys Credit Union Has a Milestone Month

Genisys Credit Union hit the 200,000 member mark in March and reached $1.5 billion in loan balances. "We are pleased to hit these milestones as they provide further validation that we are providing the financial services our members want and need," said Jackie Buchanan. "These achievements are the result of the drive and dedication that our entire team has to be the best financial institution in the communities we serve. We look forward to continuing to serve our members and those who haven't yet discovered the benefits of Genisys Credit Union membership."
MSGCU is seeking volunteers for upcoming Realty Fairs

A Financial Reality Fair is an experiential learning opportunity that allows students to simulate living on their own for a month in the "real world." Students visit various booths covering components of independent living, balance their budget, then sit down with a financial counselor for review.


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