” It is not true that people stop pursuing dreams because they grow old, they grow old because they stop pursuing dreams.”
– Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Welcome Central Pharmacy
Welcome Potterville Housing Commission
Welcome Alpha Video
November 2nd: The Charlotte Chamber of Commerce presents:
After Hours Mixer & Membership Meeting
– Located at Courthouse Square, 100 W. Lawrence Ave.
– 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. Membership meeting starts at 5:30 p.m.
Followed by a sneak peek of the new
WWII Honor Roll Exhibit
November 25th: Small Business Saturday 10 a.m-6 p.m.
A map with participating businesses will be available on our website
– Downtown shops and restaurant deals
– Kids’ craft workshops
– Vendors and more
Lighted Holiday Parade starts at 6 p.m. followed by the tree lighting on the Courthouse Square lawn
-If you have a lighted float please contact 517-543-0400
**** The Chamber of Commerce is selling gift certificates that can be used at many locations in the area. These are great holiday gifts for employees!
Many Points of Pride in Charlotte
Generosity is a quality in this community that is held in high regard. One of our past school superintendents said he has never seen such generosity in a community.
MEMBER OF THE MONTH HIGHLIGHT:
#CharlotteRising is happy to announce that they are finalizing the action plans this month. With this the organization is gearing up for the year to come.
To cultivate a vibrant, enduring downtown Charlotte by:
expanding its economic capacity and diversity;
enhancing its historic appeal and creativity;
endorsing its pride and promise;
and enlivening its connectivity and investment.
Our Vision for Downtown
Downtown Charlotte stands strong as our community’s foundation—a gateway to our history, our home, and our hope for what is to come. From a rich history of trials and triumphs, a new energy surges throughout Downtown. The ten blocks offer a refreshed appeal of historic beauty, a compelling creative hub for unique arts and entertainment, and a welcoming destination to a myriad of residential spaces, businesses, and eateries. With an engaged community from all walks of life, Downtown Charlotte magnifies an alluring and proud combination of past, present, and future—resulting in a place that truly creates a memorable experience for families, residents and guests.
CHAMBER AMBASSADOR HIGHLIGHT:
Dillon Bond: Hello, I am an insurance agent with Russell & Schrader Insurance. I have been with the agency for close to two years. I have been in the insurance industry for five years. Prior to insurance I was a Verizon phone salesman here in Charlotte. I am originally from Olivet, I attended high school and college there. I majored in Communications. I played college basket at Olivet College for two years and I am a fraternity alumni of Phi Alpha PI. I am married and my wife’s name is Breanna Bond. She is from the Charlotte area and she works for MSUFCU as a personal banker. We just had our first child, Grayson James Bond and he is almost 2 months old now. We currently live in Eaton Rapids. I love helping people in any kind of way, that’s why I gravitated towards insurance. Its my job to make sure everyone of my clients are protected for the unexpected. I take great pride in what I do. I have been a Charlotte Chamber ambassador close to one year now. I really enjoy helping the community out by offering my time to create events and help others learn and have a good time.
Thank you for all your support Dillon!
214 S. Cochran Ave. Charlotte MI 48813