Wednesday, August 9, 2017


Join us for the 2nd Annual HARVEST DINNER, Sunday, September 10, 4pm in Curwood Castle Park. What a great this event was last year and 2017 should be even better! 

Enjoy an al fresco five-course meal featuring locally sourced and prepared creative dishes by the Owosso Public Schools Food Services and Culinary Arts Department. Paired with live music, good conversation in a beautiful setting along the Shiawassee River makes for a perfect summer day!

A portion of the $40 ticket will benefit Bryant School's Fresh Fruit & Vegetable Program. Call 989.723.8354, visit www.shiawasseearts.org or stop by the Shiawassee Arts Center, 206 Curwood Castle Drive fmi or for tickets.

Monday, June 12, 2017

FTC criticized for tolerating false chiropractic claims


Dr. Stephen Barrett is puzzled that the U.S. Federal Trade Commission has never publicly attacked any of the false or misleading claims that are common in chiropractic advertising. [Barrett S. Why doesn't the FTC attack false chiropractic claims? Chirobase, June 1, 2017] The common claims include:
  • Vertebral subluxations are a major or underlying cause of many health problems
  • Spinal manipulation can improve general health
  • Spinal adjustments are effective against a broad range of diseases
  • Spinal adjustments are effective against pediatric problems such as earaches, autism, and asthma
  • Chiropractic treatment can prevent spinal degeneration
http://www.chirobase.org/

Things I have (mis)learned from the Internet


  • To pluralize a word add apostrophe s. Example: Plural of cat is cat’s.
  • “Alot” is a word that means “a large amount”.
  • “I have went there” Is proper past perfect usage.
  • “Your” is an abbreviation of “You are”.
  • Their, There and They're all mean the same thing, it doesn't matter which you use.
  • Always make videos vertically, it opens up people’s imaginations when they try to visualize what they can’t see.


Thursday, April 13, 2017

Shiawassee Regional Chamber formally purchases Owosso Armory and starts long-awaited redevelopment project

Owosso, Mich. – The Armory in downtown Owosso is now the property of the Shiawassee Regional Chamber of Commerce after its leaders closed on a complex and unique financing package. This means the building – 102 years old and vacant for a decade – will soon see new life with a $5 million renovation that will create class-A office space and collaborative incubator and community initiatives in a region already seeing revitalization.