Friends of the Jordan River Watershed, organized in late 1990, is a grassroots, non-profit organization whose mission is to conserve the natural resources and protect the environmental quality of the Jordan River and its watershed.
Our goals include: Preserving the natural character of the river and watershed; Informing and educating the public about our activities and issues involving the Jordan River Watershed; Protecting water quality; Promoting wise resource management on public and private lands within the watershed; Facilitating the coordination of policies and actions of various individuals, groups, and agencies affecting the environment within the watershed; Developing financial resources to carry out our mission and goals; and Pursuing broad-based support for our activities.
Over the years, FOJ has hosted numerous public information seminars and activities and continues to network with many groups and organizations as well as mentoring students on water quality and natural resource issues. We steadfastly remain an advocate for the wild and scenic Jordan River and its watershed, seek ways to remediate abuses of the past and strive to balance sustainable use for the future.
FOJ needs and welcomes the support and participation of all those who value the pristine natural wonders freely found within the Jordan River Watershed. For more information, or to become a member, please visit our website or contact Ashley Cousens, our Program Director.
The Landing Restaurant offers indoor and outdoor lakeside dining. The menu has a unique blend of old favorites, local ingredients, and new items. There is a full bar, boat slips available for guests and great views of the Ironton Ferry. The Landing Restaurant is located a short, yet beautiful drive from Charlevoix, East Jordan, Boyne City and Ellsworth.
Service Time: Sun. 9:00A.M.
Children’s Sunday School 9:15 after Children’s Moments.
Ecumenical Women’s Bible Study – Thursdays at 9:00 a.m.
Pastor Craig Pahl (517) 262-4595
Welcome to the Camp Daggett Adventure Center (CDAC). Experiential education, team-building opportunities, and low/high ropes challenge courses offer empowering moments for growth in challenging, safe and fun environments. For some, this type of learning environment may seem unique, but whether you feel right at home, or you find yourself a little bit hesitant; the programs provided at the CDAC are designed as an “invitation to learn” for all participants. It is in that same spirit, that we invite you to explore and learn more about all that the CDAC and its wonderful programs have to offer. We are ready to share in an unforgettable experience, and we hope you are too!
Serves Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner & Cocktails – Hours vary by season – Famous for the daily breakfast buffet sure to carry you over until dinner. Fresh coffee, juice bar, omelets, waffles, French toast, meats & pastries.
SEATING: 280 with Mountain View
Northern Michigan’s Unique Boutique, Adams Madams is located in downtown Central Lake and offers 6 rooms with an immense selection of items-including women’s clothing & accessories, books, jewelry, home decor & children’s gifts.
“In April 2004 Short’s Brewing Co. opened it’s doors in the Village of Bellaire. Beer was the mission and liberation was the movement. The philosophy was to bring an appreciation of craft beer to Northern Michigan with product education and creativity. Today, Short’s Brewing Co. continues the effort to educate and liberate consumers. We believe in the power of the smallness and take pride in our hands on, “mom-and-pop” approach and the energy we put into the quality of our beer, food, staff, customers and facilities. We love what we do and where we live, and have a passion for supporting and enjoying the natural resources all around us. http://www.shortsbrewing.com“
Pro Image Design is proud to employ an incredible staff of hard working skilled technicians with a passion for what they do. Pro Image Design utilizes state-of-the-art computer equipment combined with traditional hand-crafted techniques. Our newly renovated 4500 square foot facility houses both thermal and large format digital printers, cutters, laminators, plotters and embroidery machines.
Bakery, wine tasting, gift shop and much more. Stop in and shop for all your fresh baked goods, gifts, orchard offerings and more.
Closed in the Winter
When it comes to tax preparation services, the H&R Block tax professionals located at 112 s lake st in east jordan, MI are here to meet all your tax needs.
Need help filing taxes, including your federal tax return and state tax return? We’re here to help. Looking to find every last available tax deduction to minimize your taxes and maximize your tax return? We’re experts at it. Want the peace of mind that comes with knowing you won’t have to face an audit alone? We’ve got your back.
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Camping from May 15 – Sept. 15 – Overlooks Ellsworth Lake connected to Chain of Lakes. Good Swimming, boat launch, pavilion, good fishing with fish cleaning station.
45 large sites w/water & electric and cable available, 7 tent sites, picnic tables, fire rings, dump station, on-site 24 hour management, private shower and restrooms.
Serving Charlevoix County since 1891, Grandvue Medical Care Facility provides 24-hour skilled nursing care in an environment that honors Elder’s individuality and personal choices.
Services available to Grandvue’s Elders include:
• Executive Chef on staff providing Restaurant Style Dining
• Specialized Memory Care community
• Namaste Room and activities for Elders with advanced dementia
• Rehabilitative Physical, Occupational, Speech and Restorative Therapies
• Care partner staffing levels that exceed local, state and national standards
• Eden Alternative Philosophy that encourages independence, variety and Elder centered care
• Three full time, on-staff licensed Social Workers
• Regular doctor’s visits throughout the week and as necessary
• Community outings determined by Elders
• Facility vans, bus and transporter for activities and medical appointments
• Weekly nondenominational church services and Catholic Mass
• Activities and social groups based on Elders’ interests
• Local bands and entertainers on a regular basis
• Stylists and barber providing regular on-site services
• Free laundry service
• Cable television and local telephone service at no additional cost
The Brook Retirement Communities offer a lifestyle to meet your needs for security, companionship and convenience without restricting your independence. Whether you are fully independent or need a little extra help, The Brook Retirement Communities have the capabilities to take care of you. You can choose privacy or you can surround yourself with fun activities and a warm circle of friends. Whatever you decide, know that life just gets better at the Brook.