Groveland Twp

Oct 2 – Welcome Home Event for Troops and Families in Holly

September 17th 2021

The plans are to start the event with a
parade kicking off at noon from the Karl Richter Campus to the Downtown District. Other events that day will include a 50th Vietnam Commemorative Pinning, food trucks, and live music.

Sep 24-26 – Seven Deadly Sins Dinner at Holly Hotel

September 16th 2021

Join us for a seven course, “Seven Deadly Sins” dinner with wines, at the historic Holly Hotel.

Too Young to Run: Candidate Age Requirements Vary by City

September 10th 2021

…it means depending on one’s zip code there it means a seven year gap in opportunity for younger citizens in some cities. 

Oakland County Switches to New System for Agendas

September 8th 2021

The software, called CivicClerk, automates several aspects of the meetings, such as voting, updates to the agenda, the compilation of meeting minutes and internal item review processes. Macomb County and Wayne County have similar systems in place.  

Sept. 15 – Christmas in Action Holly Golf Outing

September 1st 2021

Their big fundraiser is the annual Golf Outing. Here’s how to get your ticket or become a sponsor.

Sept 12 – Holly American Legion Pancake Breakfast 

September 1st 2021

Take out is available.  $7 adults, $5 for kids 12 and under.

Sept 11-12 – HollyDays in Downtown Holly

September 1st 2021

Watch for shuttles all over town to get you and your family to all the places you want to go during HollyDays.

Oakland County Hosting Low Cost Vaccination, Micro-chipping Event Oct. 2

September 1st 2021

Services will include $10 vaccinations for dogs and cats, $20 microchips, $20 heartworm tests and other preventative treatments including flea prevention and dewormer.

Ozone Action Day Declared, How You Can Help

August 28th 2021

“With this ongoing heat wave compounded by air quality issues, we encourage everyone to take care this weekend.”

Oakland County Health Order Requires Masks in Schools and Daycares

August 24th 2021

“This order allows teachers to get back to educating our students and focusing on their success.”