Friday, January 11, 2013
President Kelly Taylor was sworn in by Judge Kimberly Small Friday morning at Heartland in West Bloomfield.
The Greater West Bloomfield Chamber of Commerce kicked off what it hopes will be a year of growth with the swearing-in of a new president and board members at the newly-redesigned Heartland-Diversified Rehabilitation Services Friday morning. Kelly Taylor, the property manager of Orchard Mall, was sworn in by 48th District Court Judge Kimberly Small as President at the ceremony, while WJBK-DT, FOX 2 news personality and West Bloomfield resident Roop Raj offered tips for small business owners to receive publicity from television media outlets. Outgoing President Steven Tapper, who served for one year, spoke in support of the Chamber's mission: "We must stay strong, we must stay focused and we must stay true to the mission of this Chamber," …
Friday, December 7, 2012
Frozen yogurt shop owners Steven and Melissa Morris formally welcomed to the neighborhood this week.
Bringing customers into a frozen yogurt and custard shop in cold weather may sound like a difficult task, but it's just what Just Peachy did this week at a ribbon cutting ceremony by the West Bloomfield Chamber of Commerce. Just Peachy is owned by West Bloomfield residents Steven and Melissa Morris and truly operates as a family business — a "dream for their daughters" Arielle and Alexa, said Melissa, who hopes to be able to turn over a successful business someday when the couple are ready to retire. Just Peachy's specialty is frozen goods, but offers coffee from Ann Arbor's Sweetwaters business in order to keep a seasonal business open during the winter months. "I've been here since it opened and it's always been packed every time I've …
Wednesday, January 11, 2012
President Steven Tapper was sworn in by Judge Kimberly Small Wednesday morning at the Jewish Community Center.
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Wednesday, January 11, 2012
The West Bloomfield Chamber of Commerce kicked off what it hopes will be a year of growth with the swearing-in of a new president and board members at the Jewish Community Center Wednesday morning. Steven Tapper of Tapper's Diamonds and Fine Jewelry spoke of the benefit to West Bloomfield's small business community after being sworn in by 48th District Court Judge Kimberly Small. The annual meeting has become a tradition of sorts for Small, she joked, as she presided over the swearing-in ceremony for the 15th year. New board members included: Chamber director Jules Haapala said that the day was cause for celebration. "We've got some new ideas, some new inspiration. It meshes along with re-marketing, re-grouping ourselves. We’ve made some …