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The 2021 Catch the Vision Car Show & Cruise Hosted Over 100 Vehicles

Some hoods were open to take a look at the motor.

Cars Cars Cars!

Marquette, MI – June 17, 2021 – The Westwood Mall hosted this year’s “Catch the Vision” Car Show and Cruise! The event featured vehicles and one motorcycle, old and new, put together by the Marquette Township Business Association in Marquette Charter Township.

This was the perfect way to spend part […]

MTBA Donates $250 to Marquette Alternative High School for School Supplies

Andrew Crunkleton (Principal of Marquette Alternative High School) Accepts a $250 Donation from Frank Stabile (MTBA Chairman)

Marquette, MI – March 22, 2021 – Frank Stabile (MTBA Chairman) presented a donation of $250 to Andrew Crunkleton (Principal of Marquette Alternative High School) to help with the cost of school supplies. We had the […]

MTBA Donates $250 to North Star Academy for School Supplies

Andrea Ballard (Superintendent/Principal of North Star Academy) Accepts a $250 Donation from Mike Morgan (MTBA Co-Chairman)

Marquette, MI – March 11, 2021 – Mike Morgan (MTBA Co-Chairman) presented a donation of $250 to Andrea Ballard (Superintendent/Principal of North Star Academy) today to help with the cost of school supplies. We are happy to […]

Honor Credit Union Named Michigan Credit Union League’s “Outstanding Credit Union of the Year”

March 3, 2020 – The Michigan Credit Union League announced Honor Credit Union as the recipient of the 2021 Outstanding Credit Union of the Year Award. The Michigan Credit Union League (MCUL) and Michigan Credit Union Foundation (MCUF) awards recognize credit unions, professionals, and volunteers across the state for their superior service and dedication […]

Honor Credit Union Announces 2021 Contact-Free Community Shred Days

In partnership with Data Guardian and Country Mile Shredding Service, Honor Credit Union is happy to announce its 2021 Free Community Shred Day schedule that will span across 23-member center communities. To adhere to social distancing guidelines and ensure the safety of Team Honor, members, and the community, these events will be contact-free. Held at […]

Learn About Work-Life Balance, Wellness and Growth During Connect Marquette Winter Summit

Marquette, MI – February 2, 2021 –

Marquette Township Business Association member mediaBrew Communications is helping to sponsor an upcoming professional development conference you might be interested in attending!

As host of 2021 Winter Summit, Connect Marquette has geared this virtual conference towards professional development. The Summit’s theme of Wellness & Growth will feature […]

MTBA Board Members Needed!

The Marquette Township Business Association is looking for a few new members to join the board. By joining the MTBA, you add to our strength and voice and help create a strong, prominent, and respected organization. By becoming a board member, you will have the ability to directly affect what our association does to help, […]

MTBA Membership Drive has Ended

The Marquette Township Business Association 2021 membership drive has come to a close. Although our drive has ended, that does not mean we are not accepting new members. Anyone is welcome to become a member of the Marquette Township Business Association at anytime in the year, but we will not be actively reaching out to […]

Michigan Small Business Survival Grant Program to Provide $55 Million in Grants for COVID-19 Relief Efforts

January 14, 2021

The Michigan Strategic Fund today approved two grant programs – the Michigan Small Business Survival Grants and the Michigan Stages Survival Grants – totaling $58.5 million in relief to help meet the urgent needs of small businesses and live event venues impacted by the COVID-19 virus, the Michigan Economic Development Corporation […]

New MDHHS Order Issued

Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced a new MDHHS epidemic order that allows for indoor group exercise and non-contact sports. The new order is effective Saturday, Jan. 16 and will last until Sunday, Jan. 31.

Guidance was also offered on the fate of indoor dining, with an expected reopening of February 1, with capacity limits and a […]