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Coffee Club growing in Ortonville

June 09, 2010 - Networking—a key element in a challenging business climate— is one of several reasons Roy Langolf, director of Coats Village Funeral Home, 135 South St, Ortonville, attended the Coffee Club on Wednesday morning.

"Each week there's plenty of new businesses at the Coffee Club to share ideas," said Langolf. "For about an hour each week it's a great way to connect to new businesses and area residents. It's vital to promote and market our products. The community is stronger than ever."

Langolf, along with other area business people, gathered at the Ortonville United Methodist Church, 93 Church St., Ortonville, for the weekly Coffee Club meeting.

The Citizen partners with the community to establish a forum to exchange ideas, successes and goals of area entrepreneurs. This week, representatives from Four Seasons Karate, Canine Massage, Coats Village Funeral Home, Portor's Orchards, Ortonville DDA, County Commissioner candidate Beth Nuccio, The Citizen, Ortonville 411, Brandon Township Public Library, Picture Perfect Professional Collateral, MPK Photo and Southeast Publications presented their websites. The Coffee Club is open to the public and meets from 7:30-9 a.m. each Wednesday. Details: 248-627-4332 or

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