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The Sweaty Yeti 5K Family Fun Run benefits the Barber-Galvin Memorial Scholarship Fund

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Life skills Building Center. Please visit our Resale Shop at 06585 M-66 Hwy., Charlevoix, MI

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Camp Daggett, located on the shore of beautiful Walloon Lake, is a non-profit organization founded in 1925. Camp’s mission “To provide quality character building experiences for young people through educational and recreational activities,” has expanded programming over its almost 100 years to include 8-weeks of overnight and day summer camp; summertime wilderness adventure excursions; year-round indoor and outdoor Adventure Education and leadership training as well as lodge and facilities rentals for individuals, organizations and corporate entities. To learn more about Camp Daggett, visit http://www.CampDaggett.org

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A non-profit organization providing year-round programs, experiences, and companionship to children with cancer and their families, at no cost.

We are a small food pantry serving the East Jordan area.

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Mission
Enrich lives and empower individuals living with disabilities through year-round adaptive recreation.

Vision
All individuals — regardless of ability — can participate, learn and enrich their lives in an inclusive environment.

Established in 1984 as a non-profit organization, Challenge Mountain was the first independent adaptive skiing program in northern Michigan. Today, Challenge Mountain offers adaptive recreational and social opportunities that continue to enrich lives and empower individuals living with disabilities. Each year, Challenge Mountain connects children, youth and adults living with disabilities through adaptive skiing, equine therapy, ropes challenge course, adaptive biking, sailing and SPIRIT Day Camp. Individuals of all ages and abilities can take part in Challenge Mountain’s programs at no cost, including those living with physical, cognitive and developmental disabilities

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Dedicated to the protection and care of all animals, the Charlevoix Area Humane Society is an independent non-profit 501(c)3 no-kill animal shelter that has been serving pets and their humans in Charlevoix County since 1974. We rely almost exclusively on donations and fundraisers to help the lost, neglected, abused, and abandoned animals of Charlevoix County.
NEWS! The Charlevoix Area Humane Society recently opened up Home Again. Home Again is an upscale resale store designed to generate revenue to support the mission of the Charlevoix Area Humane Society. All inventory is donated! We accept gently used upscale items such as artwork, furniture, books, albums, pottery, jewelry and household items. Please consider supporting our store AND the Charlevoix Area Humane Society by donating today. Our four-legged friends appreciate it. (We do, too!)

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The barriers that keep kids from staying in school and graduating are numerous and widespread.  Some are easy to spot, like academic problems or homelessness.  But many others are less obvious – bullying, untreated medical or dental issues, or lack of school supplies and clothes.  Communities In Schools is dedicated to helping identify and remove any and all barriers for the students we serve so they can stay in school and succeed in life.

At Communities In Schools, we work in schools full-time to remove those barriers by building one-on-one relationships that empower student to stay in school and succeed in life.  Because we’re in schools all day every day, we see the unique needs of each student and partner with teachers and community to address them.  Whether it’s clean clothes, help with school work, or emotional support to help a child cope with and recover from a traumatic event, we connect students with the relationships and resources they need to succeed.

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East Jordan Community Church is a non-denominational church full of people who love Jesus, love others and serve the world. If you don’t yet have a church home, we would love for you to join us!
Sunday AM Services: Worship service begins at 10:00 AM each Sunday. Nursery and Toddler (ages 0-3) class available at 10AM. Kid Connection (Grades K-5) starts at 10:30AM (after offering)

Wednesday PM Services: AWANA Children’s program (K-5th grade) starts in the Sanctuary at 6:15pm. Youth Group (Grades 5-12) meet at East Jordan Elementary Gym at 6:15pm. Adult Small Groups meet during the week at various times. See a list in the church foyer.

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Always in June

The East Jordan Freedom Festival is East Jordan’s signature festival. The 5 day long schedule of events offers something for the whole family. The week kicks off on Wednesday and continues throughout the week.  Parades, Live Music, Kids Events, Block Party, Amusement Rides, and much, much more.

Visit the Freedom Festival website for a full schedule of events and times. http://www.eastjordanfreedomfestival.org.

 

To Foster Beauty in our Community – Scholarship (Horticulture related) Projects:Wreath/Craft Sale, Plant Fashion Show-Farmers Market

Garden Club meets 3rd Monday at 12:30p.m. at the Jordan River Watershed

Farmers Market-Begins last 2 weeks in May… Closes third week in Oct.-Sportsman’s Park-Thursdays 9-1

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Keeping the history of East Jordan and the surrounding area alive.

Board / Membership meetings are 2nd Wednesday at 6:00 PM at various locations.

Downtown museum open during business hours of City Hall on Main Street.

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The East Jordan Lions Club meets the first and third Mondays of the month at 6pm at the Jordan Inn, September through May, at the Pavilion at the Tourist Park, June, July and August.
Easter Fun and Games, Saturday before Easter,
Mother Daughter Banquet, Saturday before Mother’s Day,
East Jordan Mother of the Year Award, May,
Spring Raffle, May-July,
EJ Classic Car and Boat Show, July,
Fall Gun Raffle, Sept.-Nov.,
Christmas Tree Sale, December,
EJ Christmas Village, December

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The East Jordan Trailblazers is a private non- profit, social and
Fraternal organization dedicated to the advancement of
the sport of Motorized Recreation. The events and activities
described in this group were arranged for the
benefit of our members.
In addition to social and recreational activities,
our Club supports charitable causes in the interest of
public service and local citizenship.
East Jordan Trailblazers safety classes through our DNR certified instructors and makes continuing safety and technical education available to our members and the public through classes and seminars.
Motorized Recreational users who subscribe to the aims, goals and ethics of the East Jordan Trailblazers. and who agree to abide by the By-Laws and rules of the club are eligible to apply for membership
We are constantly in search of Snowmobile and ORV users who share our enthusiasm for this sport.
Contact the club secretary to receive a free membership information kit and application by mail.
East Jordan Trailblazers is an affiliated commercial member club of the Michigan Snowmobile and ORV Association.

 

Service Times:

Sunday – 8:45 AM & 11:00 AM

Sunday – Life Groups 10:00 AM

Sunday – Encounter Youth 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Pastor: Chris Wallace

Student Ministries Pastor: Scott Hayes

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Adult Sunday School 9:15 a.m. – Church Service 10:30 a.m.

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Grace & peace be with you! Welcome to First Presbyterian Church of East Jordan. Our worship service is at 9:30 every Sunday morning, followed by a time of fellowship. We invite visitors and community members to attend. Our facility is handicap accessible. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us either via telephone or email. We look forward to seeing you!

Grace & Peace,
Pastor Lois Aroian

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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.

 

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The Good Samaritan Family Services is a Christian service ministry striving to assist families in need.

HOURS: Tues. 10am-7pm, Wed.&Thurs. 10am-4pm, Fri.&Sat. 10am-2pm

SPECIALTY: Food Pantry & Resale Shop/ Mom & Tots Center, His House

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The Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra mission is to inspire, entertain and educate through live, professional, community-connected orchestral programming.

“Helping People Get Their Lives on Track with Jesus”
Church is located between Family Fare Market and McDonald’s on M-66. Service time is Sunday 10:00AM and Wednesday 7:00PM.

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Health Department of Northwest Michigan serves people in Antrim, Charlevoix, Emmet and Otsego Counties. Our vision is Healthy People in Healthy Communities.

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Home Again is an upscale resale store designed to generate revenue to support the mission of the Charlevoix Area Humane Society. All inventory is donated! We accept gently used upscale items such as artwork, furniture, books, albums, pottery, jewelry and household items. Please consider supporting our store AND the Charlevoix Area Humane Society by donating today. Our four-legged friends appreciate it. (We do, too!)

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Impact100 Little Traverse Bay is a women’s giving collective awarding transformative, sustainable $100,000 grant(s) to non-profits in Emmet and Charlevoix County. Annual membership is $1,000 and grant applications open in January.

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Preserving our Jordan One River Bag at a Time. Provide trash collection and returnable totes at access sites on the Jordan River.

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Jordan River Arts Council
As a leader of the Jordan River area’s cultural community, the Jordan River Arts Council promotes, encourages, and nurtures the artistic endeavors of local residents and provides an organized framework through which quality workshops, classes, exhibits, programs and performances can be presented.

Recognizing its responsibility to nurture art in daily living and to provide participation opportunities in all areas of the arts, JRAC serves a diverse and growing community. To accomplish this mission, the Arts Council relies upon a volunteer Board of Directors and the cooperation and support of area communities.

 

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Club & Rifle Range located on Advance Rd. in East Jordan. Range is private use for club members only. The Jordan River Sportsmen’s Club offers Hunters Safety Class in the fall. (Pre-registration)

Jordan River Sportsman’s Club meetings are the 4th Thursday of each month and everyone is welcome to attend.

01510 Advance Rd.

For Hunter Safety Information please contact Mark Kalbfleisch – 231-350-1837

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