• State of the Community - February 22, 2022

  • The Petoskey Chamber’s 2022 State of the Community was held at the Crooked Tree Art Center and also live-streamed on February 22, 2022.

    A fantastic conversation with nine community leaders discussing key issues in our community.  This is your opportunity to learn what’s new, what’s coming, what’s concerning, and what should be celebrated.


  • Download / View the 2022 State of Community Booklet
    We encourage you to take some time to read through these excellent reports to gain an even greater understanding of the state of our community.


     

  • Watch the 2022 State of the Community


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  • 2022 State of the Community Speakers 2022 State of the Community Speakers

    Healthcare – McLaren Northern Michigan
    Featuring: Todd Burch, President, McLaren Northern Michigan
     
    Housing – Northwest Michigan Habitat for Humanity and
    Petoskey-Harbor Springs Area Community Foundation
    Featuring: Sarah Ulrich, Executive Director, Northwest Michigan Habitat for Humanity and Sarah Ford, Petoskey-Harbor Springs Area Community Foundation, Director of Community Philanthropy
     
    Education –United Way of Northwest Michigan and
    North Central Michigan College
    Featuring: Seth Johnson, Executive Director, United Way of Northwest Michigan
    and Jennifer Wixson, Program Coordinator and Instructional Faculty,
    North Central Michigan College
     
    Non-Profit – Groundworks Center for Resilient Communities
    Featuring: Jen Schaap, Local Food Policy Specialist, Groundworks Center for Resilient Communities
     
    Tourism – Petoskey Area Visitors Bureau
    Featuring: Jim Powell, Executive Director, Petoskey Area Visitors Bureau
     
    Government – NLEA and Emmet County
    Featuring: David Emmel, President, Northern Lakes Economic Alliance and
    ´╗┐Michael Reaves, Emmet County Administrator
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