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April is Heartworm Awareness Month

  (Chelsea Update would like to thank Lane Animal Hospital for the information in this story.) We, at Lane Animal Hospital, say it all the time, it only takes ONE bite from a mosquito to infect a pet that is … Read more

Let’s Get Gardening in April, Part 2

By Jennifer Fairfield, owner the Garden Mill (Publisher’s note: This is the second part of a 2 part column. Part 1 published yesterday.) All the wind we saw in March has likely left debris in your yard from broken branches. … Read more

Let’s Get Gardening in April, Part 1

By Jennifer Fairfield, owner Garden Mill The weather in the last week or so has been a reminder that spring in Michigan can be, shall we say, “interesting?” Going from 70’s to snow in a matter of days shouldn’t surprise … Read more

Be Aware of Bank Overdraft Fee Rules

Many of us use our bank accounts or bank debit cards to pay bills and make purchases. In recognition of the start of Financial Literacy Month, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel is re-issuing her Overdraft Fee Rules alert to educate … Read more

This Week’s City of Chelsea Meeting Schedule

(Publisher’s note: Each Sunday, I plan to run a list of the upcoming week’s City of Chelsea meetings. This information is thanks to the efforts of Chelsea Clerk Lyn Sebestyen.) Monday, April 1 at 5:30 p.m. – Joint Session with … Read more

CRC Earns ‘Aware Level Designation’

(Chelsea Update would like to thank Lisa French for the information in this story.)  Brio Living Services recently announced that Chelsea Retirement Community (CRC), has earned Designated Organization status at the Aware Level from Positive Approach to Care® (PAC). Founded by Teepa … Read more

Custom Ideation Celebrates Women’s History Month

Whether you’re an artist, raising children, in the workforce or sports world, own a business, or are doing it all; Custom Ideation celebrates women and their achievements every day of the year. Custom Ideation, a woman-owned and operated company based … Read more