Tip of Mitt fundraisers hosted at five Boyne City restaurants

Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council has partnered with five dining locations in Boyne City to help promote clean water—a common ingredient in all great food and drink.

The following locations will donate a percentage of sales to help support the Watershed Council’s programming from 6-10 p.m. on these dates:

  • Oct. 6 – Boyne City Taproom, 220 S Lake Street, Boyne City
  • Oct. 13 – Stiggs Brewing Company, 112 S Park Street, Boyne City
  • Oct. 20 – Red Mesa Grill, 117 Water St, Boyne City
  • Oct. 27 – Cafe Sante, 1 Watershed Street, Boyne City
  • Nov. 3 – Seven Monks Taproom, 202 S. Lake Street, Boyne City

In addition to food and drink specials, participants can enter to win door prizes from Smitten and other local businesses. The Watershed Council staff will also be on hand to answer questions.

The donations received will go toward helping Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council accomplish its mission to protect, restore and improve the water quality of Northern Michigan.

Founded in 1979, the Watershed Council speaks for the water resource of Antrim, Charlevoix, Cheboygan, and Emmet Counties.

The Watershed Council works to maintain the environmental integrity and economic and aesthetic values of the Great Lakes, inland lakes, rivers, streams, wetlands, and groundwater.

“We are always looking for ways to get involved within the community, and we are grateful to the dining establishments in Boyne City for hosting these events,” said Gail Gruenwald, executive director of Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council. “It’s a good reason to enjoy delicious food and drink with friends and family, while also supporting the Watershed Council’s mission and efforts.”

For more information about this event or Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council, visit www.watershedcouncil.org/5Fridays or call 231-347-1181.

Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council speaks for our members including full-time and seasonal residents, lake associations, and businesses.

We work to maintain the environmental integrity and economic and aesthetic values of lakes, streams, wetlands, and ground water in Northern Michigan, as well as statewide and throughout the Great Lakes Basin.

As the lead organization for water resources protection in Antrim, Charlevoix, Cheboygan, and Emmet Counties, the Watershed Council is working to preserve the heritage of Northern Michigan—a tradition built around our magnificent waters.

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