Tootie and Tallulah's, located on the corner of Coolidge and Franklin, was presented with the 2011 Best of Berkley award at the State of the City Breakfast on October 27th.
Each year the Chamber of Commerce solicits nominations from the members and the community for a business that strives to make our community a better place to live, work and play. Tootie and Tallulah's was cited for their beautiful storefront, their changing inventory, and their exceptional service.
Tootie and Tallulah's is a unique gift, art and home consignment boutique. They have a Fair Trade collection consisting of recycled and re-purposed gift items. Their focus is a fresh and lively approach to reusing, renewing and restyling your home décor and environment. You can find products made in the USA and made in Michigan!
The 2011 State of the City event was held at O'Mara's Restaurant on 12 Mile Road. The 60 attendees enjoyed a breakfast buffet and presentations by: Mayor Ron Gillham, City of Huntington Woods; Mayor Marilyn Stephan, City of Berkley; Superintendent Michael Simeck, Berkley School District; Vice Chairperson Aleta Young, Berkley DDA; and Executive Director Julie Melrose, Berkley Chamber of Commerce.
Dan Cleary, President of the Chamber of Commerce, presented flowers to Mayor Stephan to extend thanks and appreciation from the Chamber for her years of service as the Mayor of Berkley. This was Marilyn's last State of the City address.