The Manchester Chamber is proud to be part of the community. We strive to advance the general welfare and prosperity of our area so that its citizens and all of its business community may prosper.
The 18th annual Manchester Kiwanis Crazy Ca$h Event will take place on Saturday, March 4, 2017. Tickets are $100 per couple, including your raffle number, an excellent dinner for two and treats, and a guaranteed fun evening.Read More
The Manchester Area Chamber of Commerce serves to promote and stimulate the commercial vitality of its members, consisting of businesses, service organizations and individuals located in or near Manchester, MI. The MACC is examining its current mode of operation. Please contact the chamber with any suggestions you may have.Read More
Very interesting and informative presentation by on "Emergency Preparedness" by Marc Breckenridge, Director of Emergency Services, Washtenaw County Sheriff's Office. Marc spoke about the various types of emergencies that could happen in our area, and how we can prepare to keep ourselves and our families safe. You can view more information at http://emergency.eWashtenaw.org
Manchester is a village in Washtenaw County, Michigan, situated on the River Raisin, founded in 1833 and named after Manchester, England. The community grew up around the river’s water power and historic Mill Pond. Our small town retains a charm that can only be enjoyed by slowing down to take in the scenery and variety of activities available for the whole family. Read more...
The Manchester Area Chamber of Commerce, through the Gateway Communities Initiative (GCI), sponsors tours encompassing the agricultural and historic German heritage of the Manchester area. Read more...
Download >> Watkins Lake Presentation presented by James O'Brien (Park Supervisor, Michigan DNR) at the July Chamber meeting.
Download >> EMU / CTAP Presentation from the May Chamber meeting.
Download >> Ann Arbor SPARK Presentation presented by Anna Zinkel at the April Chamber meeting.