Since 1899, the Cadillac Area Chamber of Commerce has “played an instrumental role in advancing the regional economy by providing leadership, collaboration, resources and advocacy.” They run programs such as the Annual Greater Cadillac Area Business Expo, Governor’s Breakfast, Lecture Luncheon, Briefcase Open Golf Outing and more. For more information about what they offer their members and locals, and how to get involved in the community, visit their website.
Cadillac Area Public School district includes: Cadillac High School, Cooley High School- an alternative education school, Cadillac Junior High, Mackinaw Trail Middle School, Forrest View Elementary, Franklin Elementary, Kenwood Elementary, and Lincoln Elementary. If you’re looking for a more specialized school, St. Ann’s Catholic School welcomes students from preschool to 7th grade, and Cadillac Heritage Christian School is a private school for Pre-K to 12th.
Cadillac is located approximately 100 miles north of Grand Rapids, and 49 miles southeast of Traverse City. To find out more about the history of the Cadillac area, take a look at the City’s official site, or the Cadillac Visitor’s Bureau Official Site.