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Living in Lenawee

Chambers of Commerce

The Alliance is a group of non-profit professionals committed to business, community and economic development efforts that result in a stronger local and regional economy. Representatives from area Chambers of Commerce, the Lenawee Conference & Visitors Bureau, Lenawee Now, and communities throughout Lenawee County meet monthly to share information, problem-solve, generate ideas and plan cross-promotional activities.

Visit the Alliance's Community Calendar

Adrian Area Chamber of Commerce

The Adrian Area Chamber of Commerce is a membership organization that specializes in business and community development. Marketing of members goods, services, and activities is conducted utilizing :social media; weekly e-newsletters; Chamber on-line bulletins; print and broadcast media; in-office placement of marketing materials; referrals; video and web presence. Members are encouraged to build profitable relationships by participating in networking activities offered through their membership, including: Adrian in the AM; Chamber FUNdraiser; Business After Hours; Annual Meeting; Economic Club Luncheons; It's All About the Fun; Golf Tournament; and the Chamber Breakfast Club. Marketing initiatives developed to increase consumer awareness are held annually and feature: All AboutWomen Health fair and EXPO; Senior Lifestyle EXPO; and Business TechConference. The Chamber collaborates with organizations such as the LEDC, OneLenawee, The Alliance, LISD, LCCVB and SCMW, giving members a collective voice in programs that impact their businesses, community and families.

Blissfield Chamber of Commerce

Whether for a day or for the rest of your life, you will find Blissfield to be a great destination to shop, play, and locate a business. Enjoy a visit and see for yourself how a year in Blissfield is "365 Days of Bliss."

Our traditional downtown boasts a variety of businesses — antiques, restaurants and attention-getting gift shops. These businesses, in combination with the historic charm of the downtown district, provide an excellent day-trip destination for residents of nearby Ann Arbor, Detroit and Toledo.

Blissfield is known across the Midwest for two attractions. The Hathaway House offers fine dining for elite tastes, serving over 90,000 meals per year. The Old Road Dinner Train, the longest continuously operating dinner train in North America, offers murder mysteries and other fun events around the year. There's lots more to see when you visit during one of our many events.

Blissfield Rail Road Days celebrates our long history of rail transportation in April. In August, Bluegrass on the River Festival brings great music to the banks of the River Raisin. Yuletide Cheer is a great shopping event that get the whole community into the holiday spirit in November. The Parade of Lights and Wassail Festival finish off the December holiday season with family fun.

Visit the Blissfield Chamber of Commerce website for a detailed list of activities and events.

Brooklyn-Irish Hills Chamber of Commerce

The mission of the Brooklyn-Irish Hills Chamber of Commerce (BIHCC) is: To promote, serve, collaborate with our members and the community to foster a sustainable, prosperous business environment which cultivates a high quality of life and economic success. The Brooklyn-Irish Hills area is recognized as a premier destination for business, tourism and quality living. The BIHCC is primarily an organization of business and professional persons who have joined together for the promotion of commercial interests in the Irish Hills community. The BIHCC is made up of many different committees to fulfill the mission of the chamber. Some of the Irish Hills promotional events include:

  • Taste of the Irish Hills
  • Irish Hills 4th of July Fireworks Show
  • Irish Hills Lake & Home Tour
  • All Sports Spectacular held at Michigan International Speedway
  • Irish Hills Fall Color & Cuisine Tour ·
  • Tree Lighting with Santa’s Arrival
  • Holidays in the Hills

Tecumseh Chamber of Commerce

Details about Tecumseh from the Tecumseh Chamber of Commerce

  • The population of Tecumseh is 8,521 residents according to the 2010 census data.
  • Tecumseh was named for the Shawnee Indian leader who had died only a dozen years before in the War of 1812.
  • Tecumseh was one of the first three settlements in the Michiga Territory.
  • Tecumseh was the first settlement in Lenawee County, made on May 21, 1824.
  • Tecumseh has park and open space totaling 365 + acres.
  • Tecumseh has an extensive network of pedestrian pathways and hiking/biking trails that provide residents and visitors ample access to 13 parks that virtually surround the city.
  • Tecumseh is home to the Tecumseh Center for the Arts (TCA), a 572 seat performing arts venue that hosts national touring acts as well as a "homegrown talent" series. The TCA celebrated its 30th year in 2011.
  • Downtown Tecumseh has much to offer its guests! Nestled inside historic buildings you will find an interesting mix of specialty shops, boutiques and dining options. Whether you are looking for opals imported from Australia, yarn spun in Italy or the best cinnamon rolls in the area, you'll find it in downtown Tecumseh!
  • City of Tecumseh's tagline is: Innovative, Timeless, Inviting.
  • Tecumseh is the burial site of General Custer's horse, Don Juan. In his will, the General bequeathed his horse to a friend that resided in Tecumseh.

Morenci Area Chamber of Commerce

Visit Morenci to experience a simpler life in a quiet, rural community. Whether you come to live, do business, worship, or play, you are sure to be pleased with the unique blend of modern convenience and old fashioned values. Morenci offers a wide variety of businesses and community activities, plus closely located to cities such as Toledo, Ann Arbor and Detroit, then return home to quiet, small town life in Morenci. Visit Morenci today and discover the opportunities that await you!

Morenci Chamber sponsors the following annual events:

  • City Wide Garage Sale: 3rd Saturday of July
  • Labor Day Bridge Walk
  • Holiday Parade
  • Golf Outing
  • Restaurant Rally