September 10, 2015
Macomb Hall of Fame Awards Ceremony
- September 24 -
43985 Hayes Rd.
Sterling Heights, 48313
- September 30 -
Lorenzo Cultural Center
Macomb Community College
Clinton Twp., 48038
- October 9 -
Anton Frankel Center
Oakland University - Macomb County
20 S. Main St.
Mt. Clemens, 48043
Secrets of My Success Entrepreneurship Series
Paul Glantz of Emagine Theatres
- October 14 -
36217 S. Gratiot
Clinton Twp., 48035
Political Hot Topics
- October 23 -
Zuccaro Banquets and Catering
46601 Gratiot Ave, Chesterfield Twp., 48051
- October 27 -
The Mall at
17420 Hall Rd
Clinton Twp., 48038
Get to Know Your Chamber
- November 3 -
First State Bank
41240 Hayes Rd
Clinton Twp., 48038
WELCOME NEW MEMBERS:
Bagger Dave's Burger Tavern
50570 Gratiot Ave.
Eastside Teen Outreach
22055 Mihelich Ct. Eastpointe
28508 Dequindre Rd.
273 N. Groesbeck
DON'T FORGET TO LET US
KNOW WHAT YOU THINK!
Please take our brief membership survey. Results will be used in strategic planning efforts for 2016. We are requesting your response by Sept. 15.
Once you complete the survey, print the Thank You page at the end and bring it to the Twisted Rooster restaurant in Chesterfield Twp to receive $5 off your meal.
Thank you in advance for your input to help us best serve our membership. Your feedback is appreciated!
Macomb Foundation to Induct
Ray Weingartz into Hall of Fame
Ray Weingartz was seven when he began working for his father at Weingartz Feed Store. Thirty years later he purchased the business from his mother and took over as President. As the needs of the community changed, Ray changed the focus of the business to concentrate exclusively on outdoor power equipment. Weingartz, now run by his children, has five retail locations and a distribution company in Richmond. Ray is a lifelong resident of Macomb County and has been very active in the community. He was a charter member of the Utica Downtown Development Authority and has been active in the Utica/Shelby Kiwanis.
Keep an eye out for future e-connects to
learn about this year's other honorees:
Dr. Arthur Frazier - McLaren Macomb Ted Wahby Cancer Center
Frank and Andrea Nicolella - Nino Salvaggio International Marketplace and its Charitable Foundation for Children in Need
Roy Rose - Anderson, Eckstein and Westrick,Inc.
The Demers Family - C&G Newspapers
(click here to see the Demers family profile from Aug. 26 eConnect and
here for Roy Rose's profile from the Sept. 3 eConnect)
Get information on sponsorship and program ads by contacting Danielle
at 586-493-7600 or
Make Sure You and
Your Business are
Super Prepared Business Preparedness Conference
Lorenzo Cultural Center at
Continental Breakfast, Lunch and Door Prizes
Presentations - identity theft/cyber security, business security/event planning, employee safety and prescription and illegal drug dependency
Case Studies - local businesses talk about a flood and an armed robbery
Demonstrations by the Macomb County Emergency Response Team - SWAT robot, HAZMAT team, Sheriff's K-9 unit and more
Member News and Events
Math and Science Students
Look to Help Businesses
for information and examples on how these students and your business can collaborate for a win-win experience.
Anton Art Center has a New Executive Director, Gets Ready for its Annual Party
Phil Gilchrist is the new Executive Director of the
Anton Art Center. He has a Masters of Public Administration from Wayne State University, where he concentrated in nonprofit management. He began at the Art Center as a part-time grant coordinator in 2009 and most recently was Director of Operations of the Kado Family Clinical Skills center at the WSU School of Medicine.
The Anton Art Center's 24th annual ArtParty is on Sept. 17 from 5:30-8 pm. The event will feature food from local restaurants, music, dancing, a silent auction, a raffle and bar service. Tickets are $60 with proceeds going toward the Center's programming and operations. Event and raffle tickets can be purchased by calling 586-469-8666. The Anton Art Center is at 125 Macomb Place in Mount Clemens.
Macomb Center for the Performing Arts Holds Comedy and Cocktails
Don't miss your chance to experience cocktails, hors d'oeuvres and dinner on the stage of the Macomb Center for Performing Arts
followed by a Second City Performance live from Chicago. This fundraising gala is on Sept. 17 and tickets are $150 and $250. Click here
for ticket and sponsorship information.
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