(Chelsea Update would like to thank city staff and the Chelsea Parks Steering Committee for the information in this story.)
If you haven’t done so already, please take a few minutes to assist the City of Chelsea by participating in a brief, online survey regarding local city parks and recreation opportunities.
You can click City of Chelsea Parks and Recreation Survey to participate.
In addition, the Chelsea Parks Plan Steering Committee has prepared a formal draft of the 2015-2019 Parks and Recreation Plan. The plan is available for public review and comment through July 23.
Written comments may be submitted to John Hanifan, City Manager, City of Chelsea, 305 S. Main St., Suite 100, Chelsea, MI 48118 or be emailing email@example.com.
Matthew Millar, owner of Renovatio Woodworks, is looking for shop space.
For the last few months, he has had space in Sylvan Township, but it was a short-term situation, and a long-term location is sought.
“Skilled care-taking of property in all aspects of building trades in exchange for the following: Small barn about 30 by 30 with capacity to heat. Zoning needs to accommodate small business or agriculture. Will care for kindly. Please call 734-545-0505. Ask for Matthew.”
(Chelsea Update would like to thank Chelsea City staff for the information in this story.)
The City of Chelsea is accepting proposals for the purchase of the Mack Building at 110 Jackson St.
Written proposals must be submitted to the Chelsea City Offices no later than 1 p.m. on Aug.14.
Refer to the attached request for proposal for further details.
These photos are available for sale by contacting Alan Scafuri at firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Chelsea Update would like to thank Bob Milbrodt for the information in this story.)
Three young speakers from SRSLY gave very articulate descriptions of their activities at their conference in Washington DC during the last Chelsea Kiwanis Club meeting.
They explained that SRSLY is a national leader in drug prevention coalitions. And, one of the speakers will be a trainer at future conferences.
Bob Milbrodt celebrated the 100th anniversary of Kiwanis last week in Indianapolis with members of all the Kiwanis family represented. Kiwanis (adults), Circle K (college), Key Club (high school), Builders Club (middle school), K Kids (elementary school), and Aktion Club (adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities).
This year, Michigan Kiwanian Sue Petrisin will become the first woman ever to lead one of the four major service organizations. Kiwanis has over 600,000 members in 81 countries.
The club’s speaker on Monday will be “Honest Jon” Van Hoek from the Chelsea Monitors Vintage Base Ball Club who will explain the history of base ball as well as how the Chelsea club began and has since prospered. He will also talk about plans for the all-day Ironclad Vintage Base Ball Festival at Chelsea High School on July 18.
The meeting begins at 6:15 p.m. in the St. Joseph Mercy-Chelsea Hospital cafeteria, and the speakers begin at about 6:45 p.m. Everyone is invited to the meetings to learn about Kiwanis.
(Chelsea Update would like to thank Lexi Cerilli for the information in this story.)
United Methodist Retirement Communities (UMRC) Foundation announced recently that it received an anonymous $50,000 Challenge Grant to help create therapeutic gardens for memory care residents at UMRC’s Towsley Village Memory Care Center in Chelsea.
The grant will match community members’ gifts up to $50,000 total that are postmarked by Friday, July 10.
“Gardens help nurture body, mind and spirit, especially for our seniors living with dementia,” said Wendy Brightman, president, UMRC Foundation. “We are so grateful for this generous matching gift opportunity which doubles the impact of our donors’ gifts of any size, and helps bring this important garden project to life.”
For more information about the UMRC Foundation, and how to make a gift to the Towsley Village Therapeutic Gardens, please click here or call 734-433-1000 Ext. 2.