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Chemical Bank Creating Community Chemistry Calendar

B2B Breakfast/Roscommon

From 8:00AM to 9:00AM


  Great networking opportunities the Business t Business Breakfast offer different topics for discussion

  or learning each month.  Chamber members are welcome.  Breakfasts are sponsored by area businesses

  and organizations.  If you would like to sponsor a breakfast, please contact the chamber.


  Location: Village of Roscommon Building, 702 lake St., Roscommon


  For more information:

Grand Traverse County 2018 HHW Drop-Off

From 1:00PM to 7:00PM



  Mark your calendars! Its time for Grand Traerse County Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off Events.


  Many common products used in and around our homes contain ingredients that, when handled and disposed

  improperly, can cause harm to humans and the environment.  These household hazardous waste (HHW) items

  will be accepted for safe disposal through the Grand Traverse County RecycleSmart program.  County

  residents may bring up to 150 pounds of material, at no cost, to any of five (5) events scheduled in 2018.  The

  cost for excess HHW beyond 150 pounds is $1.30 per pound.


  HHW drop-off events are be appointment only and will be held from 1:00pm-7:00pm on the following Thursdays: April 12, May 10, June 21st and August 9th. One Saturday drop-off event will be held on September

 29th from 9:00am-2:00pm


  For more information visit or call RecycleSmart Hotline at 231-941-5555

Hepatitis A Vaccination Clinic/Mt. Pleasant

From 1:00PM to 4:00PM


  Central Michigan Destrict Health Department will be offereing walk-in Hepatitis A vaccination clinic.  Most

  insurance plans cover immunizations, call your insurance company to make sure your vacines will be covered

  at the health department.  If you want the Hepatitis A vaccine and do not have insurance, call for costs or other

  billing options.  Some may qualify for FREE vaccine. 


  For more information: 989-773-5921 ext. 1405

The 7th Annual Technology Career Fair/TC

From 4:00PM to 6:00PM



  The Technology Career Fair in Traverse City is expanding this year to include information Technology (IT),

  Visual Communications, Engineering Technology, and Welding Technology.  Local employers in that field

  will be at the Career Fair recruiting qualified candidates for current open positions and internships.


  Location: 715 East Front Street, Alpena


  For more information and to register: Anna Mouser at 231-929-5067

Spring Fling Dinner/CCCOA

From 4:00PM to 6:00PM


  Come on out to the Crawford County Commission on Aging for their "Spring Fling Dinner"


  Menu: Honey Dijon Crusted Pork Loin, Anna Potatoes, Marinated Button Mushrooms, Sliced Cinnamon Apples

              Lemon Dessert Bar.


  For more information and cost call: 989-348-7123

Opioid Film Screening and Panel Discussion

From 6:30PM to 8:30PM


Thursday, April 12 6:30 pm—8:30 pm; Doors open at 6pm


Kirtland Community College
Health Sciences Center 4800 W. Four Mile Rd Grayling, MI 49738



~Prescription drug take back at the event offered by Grayling Department of Public Safety

FOR MORE INFO VISIT: community_behavioral_ health


This event features a documentary about the opioid crisis, including personal stories from individuals and families facing opioid addiction and overdose. Following the film, a panel discussion will take place with local professionals and community members. Moderator for the evening: Dave Stephenson, Chairman, Crawford County Board of Commissioners.


Those interested in learning more about the opioid crisis and its personal impacts. Teenagers should attend with a parent or guardian. The film is not appropriate for youth under the age of 13.

Childcare offered for children ages 5-12 for a one-time 4-H youth activity during the film. Please call Jennifer Haire at 989-344-3264 or email to to pre-register your child.