Boyne Thunder Partners

The Boyne City Main Street Program

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The Boyne City Main Street Program is a grassroots, volunteer-driven program dedicated to the historic preservation and economic development of Boyne City’s downtown. Our goal is to provide events, programs and projects that keep the historic integrity of our downtown, support arts and culture in public spaces, and give visitors and citizens alike unforgettable experiences in a beautiful backdrop of northern Michigan. Our programs also support Stroll the Streets, local façade grants, Walkabout Sculpture Exhibit, Historical Walking Tour, Holiday Decorations, Streetscape Projects and more.

Boyne City Main Street Director,  231.582.9009.


Camp Quality Michigan — “Letting Kids with Cancer be Kids Again”

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Camp Quality is a free, year-round support program, including a summer camping experience, for children with cancer. Many difficult physical and emotional challenges face a child, and his or her family, when battling cancer. At our activities, we provide on-site medical care, along with an important type of “therapy”… we call it Smile Therapy! With a laugh in their hearts and smiles on their faces, Camp Quality kids find themselves capable of more than they may have dreamed possible.

Contact Camp Quality Executive Director, Kristyn Balog 231.582.2471

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Challenge Mountain – “Great Things Happen Together”

cm_logoCMYK  Challenge Mountain is a non-profit organization dedicated to enriching and improving lives for the mentally and physically challenged through outdoor recreation. Adaptive programs include skiing biking, canoeing, kayaking, and sailing. Challenge Mountain provides its own operational support by owning and operating two resale stores in Boyne City and Petoskey. 100% of all the generated revenue goes directly to program support. Volunteers who staff the stores and work with our clients in all the recreational programs are crucial to the mission of the organization.

Challenge Mountain Executive Director, Elizabeth Gertz Looze 231.582.1186.

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