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Pledge to make a difference: support our small businesses

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Support our small businesses

Brian Powers

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Mar 18 1 minutes read

Take the pledge.


Remember all the businesses we've asked over the years to donate to our schools, clubs, organizations and charities?

We always call on our small businesses when we need their time, money and donations in our community. Now, they need us. Just because we can't dine in or shop in the store, doesn't mean we can't help. Contact your favorite small business and ask them what they need. They are our friends and neighbors, and it's time to rally around them.


Helpful links for COVID-19 preparation and action

Macomb County Health Department

The Health Department is actively preparing for the possibility of local cases and the spread of illness in Macomb County. This includes sharing information about the situation locally and where to get reliable state, national, and international updates. It also includes working closely with health care providers, community organizations, other first responders, and community members to prepare for any disease control measures, such as social distancing or limiting public gatherings that are needed as the situation changes.

To help promote and encourage public awareness and preparedness, we have compiled the information below. Additional information can found at the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services website, as well as Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website.

Talking to kids about Coronavirus

Kids worry more when they are kept in the dark. 

News of the coronavirus COVID-19 is everywhere, from the front page of all the papers to the playground at school. Many parents are wondering how to bring up the epidemic in a way that will be reassuring and not make kids more worried than they already may be. Here is some advice from the experts at the Child Mind Institute.

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