CETA THINGS WE DO

 
                 
                 
                 
                 
  Senior meal site - For those of you age 60 and older, CETA host a Senior Meal Site in conjunction with the Kalkaska County Commission on Aging each Friday ant 12:00 Noon.  The suggested donation for the meal is only $2.00 each, and is a great way to sped an hour or two socializing with neighbors and friends, both old and new.  If you would like to visit the Senior Meal Site, please call Addie Trombley at 231-587-4753 at least one day prior to the day that you would like to attend so she can arrange to have a meal ordered for you
 
 
 
                 
  Spartan labels and Northland Gold Slips - Sandy Goodale is still collection Spartan UPC Codes and Northland Shopping Center slips as fund-raising efforts.  For you donation of either of these items doesn't cost a thing, and is very good for providing those funds which keep our organization afloat.
       
       
                       
  How your dues are spent - CETA is a not for profit organization and the officers do not get paid for the time they spend in overseeing operations and performing maintenance of bookkeeping.  We utilize the money we receive to pay utilities, inside and out side maintenance, and upgrades, such as the interior upgrades and the new roof completed over the past the past two years.      
       
       
       
                       
  CETA General Meetings - are combined with the executive board meeting and held the first Tuesday of each month, April through October, starting at 7:00 PM at the CETA hall.  We would enjoy having you attend the meetings to be come acquainted with the working of our association., and help keep our community-benefiting association alive and well.