LINKS & LEGENDS
PLEASE NOTE---we will return to posting community events once the
shelter-at-home order is lifted and business life can get back to somewhat normal.
Meanwhile please Stay Safe & Healthy!
FOR NOW WE ARE HONORING PEOPLE & ORGANIZATIONS
THAT ARE HELPING OUT OTHERS IN NEED, DURING COVID-19
FOOD DISTRIBUTION Starting April 1, every Wednesday
Safe Haven in Charlevoix will have 8 locations where they will be handing out bags of groceries. The event will occur on Wednesdays at the following locations:
• Lake Harbor Apartments 11:45 a.m.-noon • Bay Shore Mobile Home Park 12:15-1:15 p.m. (back of the park)
• Little League Park (Norwood Road) 11:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m. • Sherriff’s Department parking lot 12:20-12:45 p.m.
• Pine Cove/May Street Apartments 11:45 a.m.-12:30 p.m. • Charlevoix Estates Clubhouse 11:45 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
• Rainbow Shoppe parking lot 11:45 a.m.-12:30 p.m. According to program director Jan Boss, Safe Haven has enough resources to continue this service for two more weeks.
ADDITIONAL FOOD DISTRIBUTIONS:
April 23 ...2pm - Wolverine Free Methodist Church for any family in Cheboygan County
April 27...11a-1p - Gaylord Intermediate School parking lot
April 29...1-3p - Cheboygan Department of Public Works parking lot (until food is gone)
May 14 … 4-6pm for residents of Otsego County at the Gaylord E-Free Church on M-32
June 11… 4-6pm for residents of Otsego County at the Gaylord E-Free Church on M-32
Manna Food Project: Serving Antrim, Charlevoix, Emmet counties- curbside pick up:
Thursdays (2nd and 4th weeks) 3p to 6p
Manna food pantry locater link
Nazarene Church in Cheboygan The Lord's Kitchen 12p to 12:30p each weekday. Pull up notify number of meals needed for hot sack lunches.
Alba community members to this Saturday's Alba Food Pantry at the Star Township Fire Hall. If you are in need of Bell Peppers, Cucumbers, Bread, Potatoes, Orange Juice, Vegetable Oil and More! We will be at the fire hall Saturday 9-Noon for pickup only. Please open your trunk or back door and stay in your vehicle for social distancing.
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BJ's Catering & Events in Gaylord are helping to feed Military - EMS - and first responders during the Covid crisis
North Light Mininstry in Kingsley is handing out baskets of cleaning supplies to area residents.
McDonalds is offering free Thank You meals to first reponders and healthcare workers now thru May 5
Little Caesars and the Detroit Tigers delivered pizza to nearly 6,000 healthcare workers at McLaren Health
Citizens National Bank is providing free lunch from area local restaurants every Wednesday for essential workers
Roth Shirt Company in Traverse City is donating a portion of their Faith over Fear shirt to the Buy Local Give Local Fund…over $3000 to date
Espresso Bay in Traverse City is offering free lunches to seniors, Munson health care workers and the unemployed
Brookside Veterinary Hospital in Kingsley is collecting donations of pet food to help those families and individual that are struggling not only to put food on their tables, but to feed their animals
Great Lakes Trim in Traverse City has made close to 800 masks for nursing homes and their families
Parallel 45 Costume Shop in Traverse City donated more than 300 masks in collaboration with Seamstresses for Safety to help front line workers
Jarvis Property Restoration in Petoskey is providing free personal vehicle disinfection for first responders, medical and essential workers 1-5 Friday, May 1st
Big Manistique Resort has been making masks and providing them to front line workers and families in need
Savannah of Nakina & Ko. Salon in Petoskey set up a free self-serve curbside pet pantry for those in need
Forward Corporation, a fifth generation, family run, Michigan company, has Subways throughout the Northeastern Michigan area. Now through April 30, with the purchase of every Footlong for takeout, catering or delivery, Subway will provide a meal to Feeding America Food Bank.
Petoskey District Library is making face masks in their 3D printer for the Emmet County EMS
Sarah Newcomb in Traverse City started a Community Care Project that is collecting and creating care packages for workers on the front line
South Point Collision in Charleviox for collecting and donating supplies to benefit front line workers
Brian and Sharen Lange started a mask making group in Cheboygan and have eight other people helping them to make masks for front line workers
Shelby Goddard of Gaylord has been crocheting “ear savers” and donating them locally
Traverse City Sam’s Club for providing bags full of snacks for area first responders
4Front Credit Union has donated $50,000 to area hospitals and food banks
Andrew Kohlmann, owner of Image360 is offering 3 different signs free to businesses to let people know they are open or have delivery available
Dave’s Garage in Empire is offering free vehicle disinfecting services to essential healthcare workers and first responders
The Villager Pub in Charlevoix donated 100 lunches to kids
Duke’s Dogs in Cheboygan is offering free meals to healthcare professionals and first responders anytime they’re open
Roscommon County Transportation Authority has been offering free Grocery and RX pickup and delivery to porches for Roscommon residents
The Traverse Area District Library along with Image360 are making 3D printed face shields for front line workers
The Fairfield Inn of Gaylord and Hampton Inn of Gaylord are providing free sack lunches from 11-1p weekdays for school kids (1 per child per day)
Beards Brewery in Petoskey, working with Grand Traverse Distillery, to turn some of their beer into hand sanitizer and donating it to first responders and other local agencies
E & C Plastics in Traverse City for making intubation boxes for EMS
The Schichtel family in Kingsley have been busy making masks they have donated to health care workers, 1st Responders, Retail workers, and others
The Dutch Oven Bakery in Alanson is helping raise money for the Pellston Area Food Bank
Stacie Farmer from Rock Paper Scissors Designs in Frankfort has made over 100 masks donating over half of them to Munson Healthcare
Tonia Andrews in Cheboygan is making free masks for those in need
Charlevoix County Transit is providing free delivery service for prescriptions, food pantry boxes, groceries and other essential items (231-582-6900)
Iron Pig Smokehouse and Belle Iron Grille in Gaylord have created a virtual tip jar for local bar and waitstaff
Karlie Trestain from Cheboygan is offering free tutoring services to kids who may be struggling with at home learning
Great Lakes Energy and Truestream are providing free wifi hotspots for students
Skip’s Glass in Petoskey built and donated plexiglass intubation boxes for healthcare workers
J & S Hamburg in Traverse City handed out meals to kids on Saturday and is providing free meals for first responders Mon-Thur (April 6-9)
Grand Traverse Lighthouse Museum donated hand sanitizer, wipes, gloves and other items to Grand Traverse Pavilions
Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa & Chippewa Indians has donated over 7,000 pounds of food to area food banks
The Grayling Schools robotics team is building face shields for local first responders
Myles Anton-Exectutive chef and owner of The Frankin restaurant in Traverse City is putting his skills to use by volunteering to cook for the Goodwill Inn
Harbor Pointe Dental in Petoskey for donating masks and gloves to McLaren
Les Cheneaux Distillers in Cedarville is producing hand sanitizer for medical centers
The Good Bowl in Traverse City has created a hospitality relief fund to help provide support to those who have lost hospitality jobs
King Orchards in Central Lake donated 40 bushels of apples to Food Rescue for those in need
The Argonne House in Charlevoix for providing food for area children in need
MDS Automotive in Kingsley is making surgical masks for nursing homes, healthcare workers and delivery drivers
Nubs Nob in Harbor Springs provided gloves and masks for McLaren Northern Michigan
South Point Collision in Charlevoix donated necessities to healthcare workers on the front lines
Newberry Fire Department started a food delivery program for Luce County residents to help those unable to get to the store
Walstrom Marine of Harbor Springs and Traverse City donated cases of gloves and sanitizing wipes to McLaren Northern Michigan
Dentistry by the Bay in Petoskey for donating handsanitizer, gloves and masks to healthcare workers
Irish Boat Shop in Traverse City has donated 5,600 gloves and 250 masks to the healthcare system
Indian River Family Dentistry donated a load of personal protective equipment to healthcare workers and first responders at McLaren Northern Michigan Hospital
Lott Seed Farms in Kalkaska recently donated over 28-hundred pounds of produce to the Food Rescue Program of Northwest Michigan
MI Market in Suttons Bay is offering a free cup of homemade soup to anyone in need – pickup orders only call 231-866-4442
Mammoth Distilling in Central Lake, Bellaire and Traverse City is making and giving away free hand sanitizer in TC & Bellaire locations 3-8p weekdays, 12-5p weekend – bring a reasonable size bottle
Benzie Bus is offering free take-out meal delivery and fare-free rides for those who face a greater risk 231-325-3000
Seamstresses for Safety in Traverse City have donated over 14,000 reusable fabric masks as of 04/09/2020
TCAPS is producing 3D Printed face shields for healthcare workers
DreamLab Industries in Traverse City is making plastic face masks for healthcare workers, emergency workers and the general public
The Manton Fire Department is helping celebrate local children’s birthdays by driving by with a shout out from their truck with emergency lights flashing (you can message them on their facebook page)
SHAGGYS COPPER COUNTRY SKIS of Boyne City has transitioned their manufacturing from making skis to making face shields for hospitals and healthcare workers.
MyGreenFills in Traverse City is giving away free hand soap & laundry soap every Friday from 10-2p text “Free Soap” to 773-770-4377 to receive their address and important instructions
There is a group on facebook called the Mackinac County Healthcare Mask Brigade who are making masks for local EMS, Fire and Healthcare people
eFulfillment Service in Traverse City is offering free storage to any producer of medical supplies that are vital for fighting the virus
Becky’s Best Sewing Machines in Houghton Lake is creating and sharing how to make face masks for people working in healthcare
Traverse City Whiskey Company is donating hand sanitizer to health care workers, first responders and others in need
Training Mask in Cadillac donated surgical and KN-95 masks to the Wexford County Sheriff’s Department
The Traverse City Pit Spitters have donated food and supplies to help TCAPS make sure kids have food available
Kirtland Surgical Technology donated masks gowns gloves and eye protection to Munson facilities?? stay safe healthcare providers !
Espresso Bay in TC has partnered with Chef's In to provide free sack lunches to the unemployed, health care workers,
and anyone over 60.
Petoskey Plastics - Petoskey Plastics received design approval for manufacturing hospital isolation gowns and will begin manufacturing 10,000 gowns per day at their Petoskey plant to supply McLaren Health Care hospitals across the state of Michigan.
Iron Fish Distillery – Thompsonville – Working to create hand sanitizer to supply individuals and organizations working in Health, safety and critical services
Gypsy Vodka- Petoskey - producing hand sanitizer for our friends and heroes on the front line at McLaren Northern Michigan
Boyne Mountain Resort donated cases of sanitizing wipes and gloves to McLaren
Hagerty Insurance in Traverse City donated 1,200 N95 masks to Munson that they had in inventory from the previous bird flu outbreak
Frankfort hot dog shop FrankZ donated 6,000 gloves to regional hospitals – with 3,000 more on the way –
Traverse City's Left Foot Charley donated 3,000 gloves.
NMC's Nursing and Dental Assisting departments donated approximately 1,000 masks, plus gowns, goggles, and face shields.
Northern Building Supply dropped off masks, respirators and cartridges to Munson Medical Center
Make Victory Masks, a group of 3 ladies based in Northern Michigan is creating masks for those in need, as well as offering instructions and resources for others to help
Mike Autry with Appearance Unlimited – Traverse City - has been traveling around northern Michigan to buy supplies for health care workers at places like Munson.
Sue Laroy, retired nurse from The Brook of Cheboygan was kind enough to make 50 masks for the staff at the Brook Retirement Community
Bill and Carol's Westside Grocery in Petoskey is now offering free lunches for students in need of meals at the city's Winter Sports Park 11-1p during the week
Eric Hall a teacher from Cheboygan drove 94 miles round trip (4 hours on the road) to visit his students- socially distancing- with a sign saying “We Miss You” and was able to see 18 of his 23 students
Jennifer Honeysette from Traverse City helped out a 93 year-old gentleman who had been to several stores in search of toilet paper and hand soap, she not only gave him some from her car, but invited him to her home where she also gave him clorox wipes, keenex and more soap. He was so grateful as his wife was home sick recovering from surgery
Taylor Hecko who works for McLaren Home Health Care and Hospice took it upon herself to make masks for the Cheboygan County Sheriff’s Dept. Taylor is the wife of Deputy Michael Hecko who works for the department.
The Cub Scouts of Pack 187 have been busy making virtual cards for the residents of Pinecrest Village At Mackinaw who are isolated safely in their rooms for the time being.
The Traverse City Fire Department is driving by with birthday wishes for kids stuck at home (within the city limits)
Boyne Avenue Greenhouse in Boyne City is offering free flowers to all first responders, doctors and nurses
Skilled Manufacturing-Traverse City has stepped up to serve in the war against COVID-19. They began operations over the weekend to supply parts for much needed ventilators