IHR cut the Chamber Ribbon at their new digs. We were so happy to be on hand to celebrate their beautiful new building. What an amazing workspace for staff and clients. I was lucky enough to get an indepth tour back in May when you had to use your imagination to see offices, conference rooms and a large waiting room through the studs and drywall. It was our pleasure to be given a tour to see how wonderfully it all came together. We wish IHR many many happy years serving our community.
IHR provides services like: Individual/Marital/Family/Adolescent/Group Counseling, Divorce Mediation, Psychiatric Services, Treatment for Emotional Stress, Outpatient Substance Use Services, Intensive Outpatient Substance Use Services, Drug & Alcohol Evaluations, DUI Evaluations & Risk Ed/Remedial Education and Crisis Services 24 hours a day!
If you would like to know about the services that are provided at IHR visit them at their location at 920 W. Custer Ave., call 815-844-6109 or check them out online at https://ihrpontiac.com/
The Pontiac Chamber was happy to be invited to the Women to Women Giving Circle luncheon located on Block 59 in July. The weather is beautiful and the speakers were wonderful women from our area. We learned that these women do alot in our community. The Women to Women Giving Circle was created to encourage and inform the philanthropic giving of local area women. We were happy to be invited. Goals of Women to Women: Raise financial resources through the generosity of local women to provide funding for Women to Women grants to meet important needs of local women and children. And provide women with opportunities to further develop philanthropic leadership skills.
Chamber Board members, Debi Ores, Joan Bullard, Lisa Herr and Mike Weaver welcomed Pops Pop Up to the Chamber family with a ribbon cutting at 517 W. Howard St. Kathleen and Roger Sutter gave us a tour of all the antiques they have and WOW! Stop in, I think you’ll be surprised, like we were, with the amount of space there is. Bring the tissues, because it will bring back some feel-good memories.
City officials note the thriving downtown business atmosphere as a driving factor in the updated parking changes taking effect on Saturday, December 15, 2018. All two-hour free parking downtown will be increased to three-hour free parking.
Additional parking areas are being added to the free, restricted parking (see blue shaded streets on the map below). The east side of the 200 block of Oak Street is one as well as the lot behind the Route 66 Museum.
Unrestricted, free parking will continue at the City Hall lot, the Courthouse lot, and the lot next to the Dargan building.