March 18, 2021
We're celebrating women in business this month
March is Women's History month and we are celebrating chamber-member businesses that are owned or managed by women. To make this happen, we are asking women movers and shakers to give us their perspective by answering three short questions and sending us a picture. Click here to take the survey.

And if you know a chamber member who you’d like to see featured in our Women’s History Month spotlight, please forward them the above link or email your suggestion to Bonnie Kulp,

Last week, we featured Elaine Warner of Collins & Associates Insurance, Margaret Tvedten of Tvedten Fine Art, Kathie Breighner of Concierge Publications, and Shelby Ferguson of The Day's Design. Here are their profiles.

Here are profiles of five more women business leaders:
Karen Rolfes, Oil Paintings by Karen Rolfes
This will be the 6th year that I have owned and managed my gallery in Harbor Springs. Website.

A highlight of managing your business:
After participating in the 4th of July Art Show for 16 years, I decided it was time to open my own seasonal gallery.

What inspires you?  
Harbor Springs has brought me happy memories for 35 years. Being surrounded by the crisp air, gazing at the incredible skies and water and lush landscapes have inspired me to paint colorful palette knife paintings for people to enjoy and relive their memories as well.

Advice for young women in business today: 
Whatever level of business that you, as a woman, would like to try can be overwhelming but also exciting. Dive in and embrace the journey!
Michelle Kruzel,
Northern Michigan Architecture
Architect/Owner at Northern Michigan Architecture, nearing 25 years of experience in architectural design.

A highlight of managing your business:
I love the ever-changing challenges a career in architecture provides. Every project is an opportunity for me to see the world from my client's perspective. The highlights and most successful projects always include great contractors and amazing (nice, savvy, fun) clients.

What inspires you?  
Inspiration usually arrives near Lake Michigan. In all seriousness, Northern Michigan provides us a beautiful backdrop to live our lives. Plus, design is everywhere if you're looking for it!
What advice do you have for young women in business today?
There is no age requirement for having a positive impact in your community and workplace. Whether someone is an experienced business owner or just starting out, each day we can learn and grow. Ask questions, be thoughtful, treat people with kindness.
Melissa Hoglund,
First Tee Northern Michigan
Executive Director since June 2015. Website.

A highlight of managing your organization:
Our Girls Golf Program is a jewel of our summer curriculum, where girls age 9-14 learn a lifelong sport alongside other girls, taught by young women from the local area who have come up through the First Tee program themselves. In our program, they gain skills that will help them succeed in a man's world on and off the golf course.
First Tee Girls Golf is the only single-gender summer class available in Emmet County. Girls' self-confidence has been measured to plummet 30% between the ages of 8 and 14. Our program is designed to restore it. The game of golf opens doors for college scholarships and business opportunities. We prepare young women to walk through those doors with a gleam in their eye.

What inspires you?
I believe the game of golf has so much to teach all young people about behavior, resilience, concentration, sportsmanship and more. I really don't care if someone becomes a good golfer in our classes. What I really really love to see is the magic moment when a young person has a major personal revelation of any kind. It could be a tiny success or huge breakthrough - but you can see the pure amazement on their faces and in their entire being, and you know that today you made a difference in one person's life.

What advice do you have for young women in business today?
I have a personal motto: "How many two-man jobs can one woman do?"
As it turns out, the answer is, "all of them."
Amy Gillard, Harbor Springs Festival of the Book
I am the Executive Director of the Festival and have been in the position since February, 2017. Website.

A highlight of managing your organization:
The Harbor Springs Festival of the Book signature event happens the last full weekend in September. During those three days the streets of our town become a celebration of the culture of books. People are everywhere talking about books, talking to people who have written books, and buying books. Festival session discussions continue on the sidewalks, in stores, and over meals. The atmosphere is electric and the excitement is palpable! For me, each of these Festival weekends, since 2016, have been the high point of being involved with this organization.

What inspires you?  
I love working with the Festival's incredible staff, board, and volunteers to create an amazing and well-tuned experience. What inspires me to do this job, and provide leadership to this team is the overwhelmingly positive response about the Festival received from both our presenters, attendees, and business community.
What advice do you have for young women in business today?
No job is too small when it contributes to the mission of the organization. Be the person who will jump in and make it happen. Be confident that those in leadership positions will know who is getting the job done, and if they do not, find another leader. And, always, always, always know there are more questions to ask.
Cindy McSurely,
Blissfest Music Organization
I have the pleasure of serving as the Executive Director of Blissfest Music Organization and am the second director in the organization's 40-year history. This month marks my first anniversary. Previously, I worked for another equally cherished nonprofit arts organization, Crooked Tree Arts Center, where I was on staff for nearly 15 years.

A highlight of managing your organization:
Three weeks into my job, we canceled the festival for the first time. As chamber members may know, the annual music festival was both Blissfest's primary income stream and activity. This unexpected loss has been a challenge and an opportunity. All along, the goal has been to diversify income streams and enhance our year-round presence. The pandemic has allowed us to do that.
There have been several high points. The first is that it was essential to the organization to keep the staff employed, and I'm grateful that we've been able to do that. Second is the COVID relief and operational support funding we received through the PPP, PHSACF, MCACA, NEA, Networks Northwest with NLEA, and recently the Michigan Stages Survival Grant. A third high point is Blissfest Online. The switch to online programming has helped us stay in front of our audience, present mission-related content, and explore various strategic collaborations. Many of these will remain part of Blissfest's efforts.

What inspires you?  
The short answer is arts and adventure. One of my motivations in accepting this position was that Blissfest melds these two passion areas.
Blissfest has a beautiful 200+ acre festival farm that is home to conservation easements, a dedicated forest, trails, a public disc golf course, and agricultural projects, including compost mounds and topsoil piles. I especially enjoy the days I get to be on the property. I love being outside and I spend vacation time on adventure and backpacking trips with family and friends. That outdoor time charges my batteries.
For the arts; that is always inspiring! Every bit of it, all ages and abilities, the creative process from the start to the final work. I miss live music, dance, and in-person arts experiences. I base what I listen to on how I am feeling; music can elevate my mood in a heartbeat. As far as the visual arts, it has the same effect. I fall into the arts & crafts category myself; spending an afternoon making can be incredibly satisfying.

What advice do you have for young women in business today?
Make friends. Take time for yourself. Build others up. Don't compete. Success is not finite; there is plenty to go around for everyone. Make decisions you can live with; stay true to yourself. Create space that others want to be part of and then make room for them to join. Read as much as you can. In communication, clear is kind.
Additionally, here are two book recommendations. Don Miguel Ruiz's book "The Four Agreements." I recently reread it and have spent a fair amount of time contemplating these ideas - they keep popping up. Currently, the agreements are on a notecard on my desk as a visual reminder: Be impeccable with your word. Don't take anything personally. Don't make assumptions. Always do your best.
Another great read is "In the Company of Women - Inspiration and Advice from over 100 Makers, Artists, and Entrepreneurs," written by Grace Bonney. This book has loads of practical advice.
These women in business profiles were included in our weekly Harbor Happenings newsletter on March 18, 2021. Other stories from that newsletter are below. If you would like to subscribed to our newsletter, please email
Watch the video: Six local leaders speak at virtual State of the Community
More than 60 people attended the virtual State of the Community event on March 18th. This annual event is organized by the Harbor Springs Area Chamber of Commerce and presented by sponsor Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan.
Watch the 58-minute video and learn what’s new for 2021 and what's planned for the future from these speakers:

  • Harbor Springs Chamber Board Chair Michael Kernicki
  • Harbor Springs School Supt. Michael Behrmann
  • Harbor Springs DDA Director Margo Damoose
  • Harbor Springs City Manager Victor Sinadinoski
  • HARBOR Inc. Executive Director Jen Knapp
  • Harbor Springs Chief of Police Kyle Knight
Harbor Springs notecards are on sale now to members and April 1 to the public

Very soon, you can help the Harbor Springs Chamber support summer events in the park by purchasing a set of beautiful notecards, pictured above, with pictures of downtown Harbor Springs.

Chamber members should have received an email with a link to purchase the notecards at a reduced price for two weeks only. Starting April 1, the public can buy them for $15.95 per set of 12. Your first opportunity will be a link in the April 1st Harbor Happenings newsletter.

Dr. Ed Cohen has graciously provided us with four lovely pictures depicting different seasons here in Harbor Springs - the very recognizable fountain and garden in Childs Park (Lakefront Park), a view of Bay Street from the docks, winter from the bluff, and finally summer at City Beach. Who wouldn't enjoy receiving these as a gift or hand written note?

With your purchase you will receive 3 each of the 4 photographs, in a lovely bag sealed with the chamber logo, ready for you to give as gifts or individual notes. Packaging was selected for ease of storage and convenience of mailing. Your notecards will be available for pickup at the chamber office, or you can mail up to three sets for an additional $5.50.

We thank you in advance for your support of the Chamber and our upcoming events in the parks this summer. Here's to a successful 2021!
Chamber plans Bowling Down Main Street for April 3; Lyric shows Despicable Me 3 free that morning
Not every town closes a street to let kids bowl, but Harbor Springs does. On Saturday, April 3 from noon to 2 p.m., kids of all ages will be able to, quite literally, bowl down Main Street. Join in the fun, rain, shine, snow, wind, summer-like temps - you name it, we'll be there, at the intersection of State and Main, next to Johan's Pastry Shop. Everyone will of course be social distancing and wearing masks.

The Lyric Theatre will be playing DESPICABLE ME 3 prior to bowling. There will be no charge for this viewing and it is first come, first served for the 100 available seats. It will start at 10:30 and runs one hour and 30 minutes, so movie watchers will be out at noon and ready for bowling.

Johan’s is set to provide hot chocolate and doughnuts for the kids, and the Rocking Horse Toy Company will provide grab gifts for children. Big thanks to those sponsors plus Birchwood Farms and Northern Lights Recreation, who will be on hand to hand out free bowling certificates to the kids.
Harbor Springs Chamber helps organize 3 new outdoor summer music and movie events

Looking ahead to summer, three new events organized by the chamber have been approved by the City Council to be held in city parks.

TUESDAY NIGHT MOVIES IN THE PARK will be held from 9:30 to 11:30 p.m. on July 6 and July 20 in Zorn Park. A+ Entertains is providing the outdoor movie screen and equipment, and the Lyric Theatre will provide popcorn. Three sponsor opportunities are available for Movies in the Park.

FRIDAY NIGHT MUSIC IN THE PARK - The chamber is also organizing this music series on four Friday nights from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Event sponsors for this new event are Stafford's Pier, The New York Restaurant and Reeve Cottage Interiors. Two more sponsor opportunities are available.

Here are the dates and performers:
  • July 16 - Holly August
  • July 23 - Dede Alder
  • Aug. 6 - Keith Scott
  • Aug. 13 - Tyler Parkin

Bring your blanket, chair, picnic basket, takeout meal and beverage from a local restaurant and enjoy these performers' beautiful sounds.

LITTLE BAY LIVE! - The chamber is facilitating plans by the Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra (GLCO) to present a new outdoor performances series at Marina Park on four Sundays from 4 to 6 p.m. - July 11 & 25 and Aug. 15 & 29.“Little Bay Live!” is an extension of the online program, Little Bay Concerts, started in spring of 2020 offering online music performances connecting the Orchestra to the community and providing performing opportunities for GLCO musicians during the COVID-19 shut down.
“Little Bay Live!” will feature small ensembles of GLCO musicians performing outdoors for residents and visitors. The goal of this program is to make music accessible to more people of all ages; to present casual, live performances; to bring classical music to people in the communities where they live; and to provide opportunities for GLCO musicians to perform.

> SPONSOR OPPORTUNITIES - Contact Bonnie at the chamber,, if you would like to sponsor Music in the Park or Movies in the Park.
Q&A about the phased-in return to office work

Sean Egan, Michigan COVID-19 Workplace Safety Director, hosted a live Q & A about the new Return-to-Office Workgroup and answer your most pressing questions about the recommendations this workgroup will develop for a phased return to office work amidst the pandemic.

View the full video and the presentation for additional information.

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Chamber searching for new office space
The Harbor Springs Chamber has started to search for new office space, and we’re open to suggestions and ideas from our members and the community.

By the end of this year, the chamber will have to move from its current office, which it has shared with the Andrew Blackbird Museum at 368 Main Street, for the past 20 years or so.
In January, 2020, the City Council approved a final two-year lease for the chamber as part of a plan to have the Andrew J. Blackbird Museum fully operational as a visitors attraction. The City plans to begin discussions with the Harbor Springs Area Historical Society to see if an agreement can be reached for their assistance in managing this collection.

The chamber will need an office with space for two staff members, a copy machine, file cabinets and displays of local information and materials. The chamber is open to options that would include sharing office space. If we find a space that is somewhat larger than we need, we are open to partnering with another small office or business that also needs space. Ideally, we would like to be in or close to the downtown, but we are flexible on that option as well.

Anyone with space available between now and the end of the year is invited to contact Bonnie Kulp, Chamber Executive Director, at 231-526-7999 or

> News-Review stories on the museum transfer and the chamber lease.
Stamp your name on a brick at the Gazebo
The Harbor Springs Area Chamber of Commerce needs your help. Our beloved gazebo at the waterfront near the Pier restaurant, is in disrepair.

We are selling stamped bricks to be placed on the walkway to the gazebo to assist with the cost of its repair.
This past summer, even with shortened hours and a shorter season, our Gazebo Guys greeted more than 700 people from all over Michigan and the nation.

We plan to have the bricks placed this spring with a grand reopening in the fall of 2021 or spring of 2022.

Click here to purchase your brick now. Single bricks are $100 (4x8-inches) and double bricks (8x8 inches) are $250. If the certificate is to be a gift mailed to a different address, please make sure to note that address, along with your personal message. Each 4 x 8 brick permits 15 letters and/or spaces per line, two lines maximum. The 8x8 bricks are 4 lines of 15 letters and/or spaces per line. Add this information within the Comments section during check-out.

NOTE: All bricks that are currently placed at the Gazebo will be cleaned and replaced.
An early morning view of Main Street from the Holy Childhood Steeple Cam on March 17th.

Live webcams in and around Harbor Springs
  • Steeple Cam from atop Holy Childhood Church - View
  • Lyric Theatre, downtown - View
  • Graham Real Estate webcam on the bluff - View
  • Nub's Nob Ski Area - View
  • Boyne Highlands Resort - View
2021 Harbor Springs Special Events Calendar

Some dates are tentative, some are subject to change, pending pandemic restrictions.

* = Chamber events | ** = Chamber Foundation events | *** = Other events

March 18 – State of the Community* Virtual Zoom meeting with 6 local leaders.*
April 3 - Bowling Down Main Street* - 12 noon to 2 p.m. Free movie at the Lyric, 10:30 am
April 4 - Last day of ski season at Nub's Nob***
May 29 - Harbor Springs Farmers Market opens for the season***
June 15 - Harbor Springs Business and Restaurant Expo * (TBD)
June 24 - August 19 - Street Musique, 6:30-8:30 p.m.** (weekly on Thursdays)
June 29 - Night of the Arts Gallery Walk*
July 1 - Blessing of the Fleet, 6 p.m.*** (Historical Society)
July 4 - Parade*, Art Fair & Fireworks**
July 6 - Tuesday Night Movies in Zorn Park, beginning at dusk*
July 9-11 - 40th Annual Blissfest*** (TBD)
July 11 - Little Bay Live! Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra - Marina Park, 4-6 p.m.*
July 16-17 - Shay Days*** (Historical Society)
July 16 - Holly August performs, Friday Night Music in Marina Park, 6:30-8:30 p.m.*
July 20 - Tuesday Night Movies in Zorn Park, beginning at dusk*
July 23 - Dede Alder performs, Friday Night Music in Marina Park, 6:30-8:30 p.m.*
July 25 - Little Bay Live! Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra - Marina Park, 4-6 p.m.*
July 30 - Aug 1 - Little Traverse Yacht Club 60th Ugotta Regatta (TBD)***
Aug. 6 - Keith Scott performs, Friday Night Music in Marina Park, 6:30-8:30 p.m.*
Aug. 12 - Harbor Springs Car Festival**
Aug. 13 - Tyler Parkin performs, Friday Night Music in Marina Park, 6:30-8:30 p.m.*
Aug. 15 - Little Bay Live! Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra - Marina Park, 4-6 p.m.*
Aug. 25 - Regional Business After Hours at Legs Inn* (TBD)
Aug. 20-21 - Harbor Springs Sidewalk Sales*
Aug. 29 - Little Bay Live! Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra - Marina Park, 4-6 p.m.*
Sept. 18 - Taste of Harbor Springs, Marina Park*
Oct. 1-31 - Skeletons Arise*
Oct. 5 - Harbor Stars Awards Dinner*
Nov. 13 or 11-14 - Ladies Night (Weekend) Out*
Nov. 27 - Christmas Tree Lighting*
Dec. 4 - Merchants Holiday Open House*

>This calendar will be updated in future newsletters and on our website as more details and updates become available.

  • City Council considers paid permit parking for downtown lot - Details

  • We’re making great progress on vaccinations - Details

  • Officials urge caution as school-age Covid cases increase - Details 

  • Harbor Springs awarded $118,000 from stimulus package - Details

  • Summer events look promising in Northern Michigan - Details
City of Harbor Springs news

Upcoming city meetings on Youtube:
  • Planning Commission, 5:30 p.m. March 18.
  • Bay Street & West Third Street Preconstruction Meeting Zoom or In-Person, 4 p.m. March 23.
  • Downtown Development Agency (DDA), 8 a.m. April 15.
  • City Council, 7 p.m. April 19.
  • Full city calendar.

City board and commission meetings at City Hall are now open for in-person meetings. There is a maximum gathering limit of 25 people, and all individuals present must wear a mask and practice social distancing. The City will continue to provide remote participation opportunities for those who cannot attend, or are not comfortable attending, in-person meetings.

City Hall has reopened to the public, Monday through Friday from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM. Please consider calling or e-mailing City staff to conduct businesses that does not need to be conducted in person.

City website has details, calendar and more information.

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HS Library open for browsing by appointment
The Harbor Springs Library is open for curbside service and browsing by appointment.

Curbside Process:
  • Either reserve your items online through our website or call 526-2531 during our regular open hours to have your items pulled and checked out to your account.
  • You will receive an email notification when your items are ready to be picked up.
  • Call the circulation desk at 526-2531 when you arrive on Spring St. to pick up your items.
  • The librarian will bring your items outside to you.

Browsing by Appointment Process:

  • Call 231-526-2531 to schedule 30 minutes of private browsing with 4 same-household members.
  • Reservations may be made 24 hours ahead of time.
  • Masks are required.

Remember that the Libby app is still available and you can download ebooks and audiobooks readily during this time. If you have questions, please email

> More information can be found at
Local nonprofit can help you become a mediator
If you are looking for meaningful work, being a mediator is the answer. Whether you are a volunteer mediator for Northern Community Mediation (NCM) or choose to be a private mediator, helping disputants themselves resolve their conflicts rather than going through the litigation process is rewarding. In order to be a mediator in the state of Michigan, participation in the 40-hour, general civil mediation training is required by the State Court Administrative Office (SCAO).
NCM will be offering this educational opportunity on May 12, 13, 14, 20 and 21. Of the 40 hours, five will be done asynchronously and independently, while the remaining 35 hours will be via Zoom. The training is open to both attorneys and non-attorneys.

Although the skills learned in the 40-hour training are targeted for becoming a mediator, these same proficiencies apply in everyday life. The training focuses on the ability to listen, communicate, paraphrase, identify and prioritize issues, recognize nonverbal communication, collaboratively problem-solve and much more. Further information is available on the NCM website or by calling Dr. Jane Millar at 231.487.1771.

Northern Community Mediation is a non-profit organization that provides an alternative means of resolving conflict. Trained mediators, who meet with the parties involved in a dispute, facilitate so that the individuals themselves can resolve the conflict.
Dining Guide moves online

We have moved our Dining and Takeout Guide to our website. Check here for details on hours and more.

Restaurants and bars are allowed to be at 50% capacity up to 100 people with an 11 p.m. curfew. Because seating capacity is limited, reservations are encouraged at most restaurants. Dine-in customers must wear masks until seated at their tables.
> Restaurant managers with updates may email
Doktor Kaboom makes science fun March 20-21

Back by popular demand, nothing says science like Kaboom! An interactive, science-driven experience with Doktor Kaboom is taking over Center Stage at the Great Lakes Center for the Arts this weekend, March 20 & 21. Join us for a live experience as the hilariously wacky scientist blends science and comedy in his series of spectacular demonstrations of the physical sciences directly tied to curriculum standards. Entertaining for all ages, Doktor Kaboom creates an environment where science is for everyone.

Doktor Kaboom is coming to the Great Lakes Center for the Arts.
CTAC and Blissfest present 8 area performers in “Live from Crooked Tree” on March 25
Distant Star will conclude the concert.
Photo courtesy of Josef Kissinger.
On Thursday, March 25, from 7 - 10 p.m., Crooked Tree Arts Center and Blissfest Music Organization present “Live from Crooked Tree,” a live-stream collaboration as part of the Michigan Music Alliance's “Spread the Music 2021” fundraiser for pandemic musician relief.

“Live from Crooked Tree” is part of a four-day event hosted by local non-profit the Michigan Music Alliance (MMA). From March 24 - 28, the MMA will host a 200-act virtual festival to support the Michigan Artist Relief Fund.

Local musician Mark Blaauw-Hara is set to open and emcee the March 25 event at CTAC. The event’s lineup includes 20-minute sets by the following Northern Michigan musicians: Charlie Millard, Elizabeth Landry, Bruce Smith, Robin Lee Berry, Sean Miller, Caroline Barlow, and Holly Keller-Thompson. “Live from Crooked Tree” will conclude with a rip-roaring 30-minute set with the Distant Stars.
LYRIC THEATRE - Last chance for Raya & Gustav Stickley. The Father continues with 6 Oscar nominations. Audrey & The Courier open Friday. Our refreshment stand has reopened. Showtimes and tickets.
Final Lunch Lecture: Beethoven and the Ode to Joy
North Central Michigan College’s popular Luncheon Lecture series will present its final program, Beethoven and the Ode to Joy, in a virtual format on Friday, March 19. The presentations are free, however pre-registration is required.

Orchestras across the world had planned to celebrate the 250th birthday of Ludwig van Beethoven in 2020 before COVID-19 struck. Although he is often hailed as a hero who overcame deafness to compose some of the greatest music ever written, there is much more to his story. Amanda Sewell, Ph.D., music director for Interlochen Public Radio, will survey his life and music, focusing on some less well-known facets, including his long affair with a married woman known as “Immortal Beloved.” Sewell has written a biography of Wendy Carlos, the composer of “Switched-on Bach” published by Oxford University Press.
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One post lists your jobs on chamber website and North Central Michigan College
> Chamber members are invited to post their job openings on our Jobs Page. Log in to post, or email for assistance. When you send us your job posting, North Central Michigan College will automatically post it on their jobs board.

> Check our Jobs Page for new listings.
WALSTROM MARINE is hiring a Seasonal Receptionist and a Marine Service Technician.

CAREGIVERS - Perry Farm Village is hiring dedicated and compassionate caregivers to join the team. Details.

VERNALES is hiring front of house and back of house staff. Details.

HOSPITALITY WORKER - Learn how to do a little bit of a lot of different jobs while working for the Birchwood Inn, including pool upkeep, painting, gardening, housekeeping and maintenance services. Details.

CHESTNUT VALLEY GOLF COURSE - Bag staff, pro shop and rangers. Details.

REAL ESTATE SALES ASSOCIATE for Coldwell Banker Fairbairn Realty - Details.

CLEANING PROFESSIONAL for Conway Professional Services. Details.

WOMEN'S RESOURCE CENTER - Residential Advocate - Details.
Cashier-clerk, full and part-time positions at Gold Mine resale store. - Details.

LITTLE TRAVERSE YACHT CLUB - Seasonal help. Details.

HARBOR SPRINGS MATTRESS COMPANY - Mattress production worker. Details.
Thank you and welcome, new Chamber members!

These local businesses and organizations have joined the Harbor Springs Chamber in recent weeks. We'd love to have you join them - and us!
Business resources and COVID-19 updates

Information around this outbreak is changing rapidly. The latest information is available at and

Covid-19 Resources from the NW Michigan Health Department

Template for a Preparedness and Response Plan for a lower risk business (MS Word)

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Disclaimer: Information presented in the HSACC Newsletter does not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of the Harbor Springs Area Chamber of Commerce or its membership. It is provided here as information only, as provided by member businesses & local organizations.