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Kyle McCree was appointed to the Michigan Board of Pharmacy by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer. McCree, a community affairs manager for Consumers Energy, is appointed to represent the general public for a term commencing June 25, 2020 and expiring June 30, 2021.

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Several southern and western states are experiencing spikes in new cases of the coronavirus. While experts are not exactly sure why these states are seeing an uptick in cases, lifting of lockdown restrictions, isolated outbreaks and the virus catching up to communities previously not impacted may play a role. While Michigan has seen a steady decline in cases over the… Read More 

By Jordan Fuller In the right situation, under the right circumstances, playing golf could very possibly be considered work and not just for the professional golfer. No matter the industry, personal relationships are very important and golf can be an extremely effective networking tool. There’s an old saying, “it’s not what you know but who you know,” and in its… Read More 

Flint & Genesee Virtual Races
The 2020 HAP Virtual Crim isn’t the only virtual race you can participate in this summer. Many organizations are updating their normally scheduled races to virtual races in light of the coronavirus pandemic. Here are some races you can participate in virtually this summer: Snuggle Sacks Run, Walk n' Roll Virtual 5k This virtual race organized by Snuggle Sacks is… Read More 

Flint & Genesee Chamber Rolls Out Professional Development Webinars for Summer
(FLINT, Mich., June 22, 2020) – Summer is officially here, and with the season comes a new lineup of professional development opportunities from the Flint & Genesee Chamber of Commerce. Sessions in the summer catalog, available for download here, cover pertinent subjects in everything from leadership and human resources to social media marketing and sales. These trainings will be held… Read More 

FACES of Flint & Genesee Business: Jeff Valley, Valley Tent Rental
Jeff Valley started his business, Valley Tent Rental, soon after he graduated from Goodrich High School. The idea stemmed from a comment his father made. “We rented a tent for my graduation party,” says Valley. “My father said, ‘You should buy a tent and start renting it out’ and I did.” What started as a side job with two tents… Read More