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Harrison... Your Adventure Starts Here!

Vacc to Normal

Today, Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced an updated 'Vacc to Normal' plan, which outlines steps Michiganders can take to emerge from this pandemic. As of June 1st, capacity limits will lift for outdoor events. Additionally, indoor capacity limits will increase to 50%, allowing indoor social gatherings such as weddings and funerals to move closer to normalcy. As of July 1st, the state will no longer limit capacity at indoor or outdoor gatherings.

COVID-19 Resources

Below is a list of resources available to you if you need any type of assistance. Additionally, you can contact my office at any time for more information.

  • General information resources, testing locations and more: www.Michigan.gov/coronavirus .

  • Coronavirus hotline for health-related questions: 1-888-535-6136 daily from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: 1-800-232-4636 or www.cdc.gov .

  • Michigan PEER Warmline for mental health support and substance abuse challenges: 1-888-733-7753 every day from 10 a.m. to 2 a.m.

  • National suicide prevention lifeline available 24/7: Call 1-800-273-8255, text TALK to 74741 or visit www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org .

  • Small business resources: www.Michiganbusiness.org or 1-888-522-0103

  • Schedule a COVID vaccination: www.cmdhd.org .

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Founded in 1891 as a rail and timber town, the City of Harrison is close to the junction of US-127 and M-61 in Michigan.
Said to have been named after U.S. President William Henry Harrison, the city boasts a population of 2,114 (2010 census). Harrison is home to many beautiful sights, and is bordered along its eastern side by all-sports Budd Lake. In fact, Harrison is within 20 minutes of 20 different lakes! This makes it a destination that is great for outdoor enthusiasts of all ages. 

 

                               

Click to see which lakes allow public access

​The Harrison Area Chamber of Commerce's mission is to provide members an environment where businesses, organizations, and communities can be successful and enhance the quality of life in Clare County. We are committed to this mission by: 

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» Promoting the businesses and communities it serves through advertising and by organizing events that will draw individuals to Clare County
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» Partnering with the Harrison Area Economic Development Corporation to strengthen the economic viability of Clare County
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» Providing a referral source to prospective citizens/businesses on data pertinent to Clare    County.   

                                 

Our Mission will be realized through an ongoing partnership with our members, board of directors, Harrison Area Economic Development Corporation, local/state government, volunteers and the public we serve. 

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Kristine Stevens, President     

  Mid Michigan College

Justin Cavanaugh, Vice President

TCF Bank

 

Tracey Connelly, Secretary   
  City of Harrison

Bryan Fliegel, Treasurer

MICottage LLC

Kristi Teall, Director
Success Virtual Learning Centers of Michigan​   

Phil Sharp, Director

Nitro Computers

Corinne Williamson, Director

Black Diamond Broadcasting

Jeff DuPuis, Director

Budd Lake Association

Kathrine Klimas, Alternate Director

Jax Glass Jewels

Vickie Buckley, Associate Director/Member

Click to access to the Clare County Lake Maps via the DNR website

Click to find out more about beautiful Clare County

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