April 20 - Here's What's Happening

CHAMBER MARKETING COMMITTEE DEBUTES NEW "MY CHAMBER" AD CAMPAIGN AT 4/12 SPRING BANQUET

The Chamber's newly invigorated Marketing Committee has been working hard to create additional value for you and additional awareness of The Chamber in our community.

The Committee reformed in February with help from Gary Green, CEO of Green Technology Services as the Chair, John Bobbitt, President of Bobbitt Auto and John Campbell, Senior Director of Information Technology, Mannington Mills . These three gentlemen came powered with new energy and terrific ideas and were able to film several mini commercials which made their debut at the April 12 Spring Banquet.

Produced by fellow Chamber Member, John Hoehn from Life After Television , the videos will be uploaded to The Chamber website and social media to convey how we help our Members succeed. The videos may be viewed vial the link below:


Great job, Gary, John, John and John!



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SPRING SALE AT SMICK LUMBER

Spring sale!! OJ is excited to do yard work with his new Steel Mesh Garden Cart & other supplies he purchased on sale here at Smick Lumber! Ovid J Osborn​ (Sale runs April 16th thru April 28th)



7 Cottage Avenue - Quinton






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This Saturday at Salem County Vo-Tech



















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Kimberly English Art at Bast Brothers Spring Festival
Saturday, April 21 from 10AM - 3PM
1214 Ellis Mill Road Mullica Hill, NJ 08062

I will be setup in the greenhouse with my artwork and new products: photography prints, hand towels, necklaces, and drinking coasters. Stay up to date by visiting the Facebook event page.

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Heart Felt Designs Country Shop
Mother’s Day & Spring Open House

Sat., April 22,2018

24 S. Railroad Avenue
Pedricktown

Pick a Flower ..Get a Discount...Refreshments & Door Prizes too.

Drawing for a $50. Heart Felt Designs Gift Certificate 😊💐
Many New Arrivals! Come see what’s new!!

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Special Event This Weekend at Acorn Village, Quinton Twp

Everyone is welcome to come, celebrate and meet the author & illustrator. There will be coloring pages, chef hats, prizes, games, book readings, and of course, CAKE!!


Both of Willoughby’s books will be available for purchase ($14.95 each) check or cash, but you don’t have to buy a book to attend the party.
FREE ADMISSION

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SHERWIN WILLIAMS SPRING PAINT SALE

318 East Broadway
Salem, NJ  08079





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SALEM HEALTH & WELLNESS FOUNDATION OFFERS CHRONIC DISEASE SELF MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP

A 6-week workshop on chronic disease self-management will be held at Friends Village at Woodstown beginning on Friday, April 27 from 1:00 –
3:00 pm. Alex DelCollo from Rutger’s Family and Community Health Sciences will be conducting the workshops. About 80% of older adults have at least one chronic disease, and 68% have at least two. Many adults with conditions such as arthritis, asthma, diabetes, lung disease, heart disease, stroke, osteoporosis, and others struggle to find ways to manage their condition. Chronic Disease Self-Management Education can help.
 
The Stanford Chronic Disease Self-Management Program workshops are designed to help people gain self-confidence in their ability to control their symptoms and learn how their health problems affect their lives. Small-group, highly interactive workshops are six weeks long, meeting once a week for about 2 ½ hours.
 
Attendees will learn problem solving, decision-making, goal setting, symptom and pain management techniques, proper nutrition, communication skills, understanding emotions and much more. The goal of the series is to learn to live well with chronic conditions.
 
To register or for more information, contact Alex DelCollo at 856-935-7510 ext. 3223.



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SALEM COMMUNITY COLLEGE CAREER FAIR SEEKS EMPLOYER PARTICIPATION

To participate as an employer at the event, contact Francesca Rosado at :















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ARE YOU A SENIOR SEEKING INCOME TO SUPPLEMENT RETIREMENT?

Though it varies by state, the average retirement age in the United States is 63. However, a survey revealed that 28 percent of retired seniors are unhappy after leaving the workforce due to their financial status, be it lack of a workable income or cost of living. While this should still be a time to enjoy one’s golden years, seniors can enjoy their lives more if they have a little more cash in the bank. But spare cash isn’t the only reason to get back on the saddle. Keep reading to learn about the benefits that come with supplementing retirement income and what seniors can do to make it happen.







 
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Forman S. Acton Scholars Newsletter







 
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Bee Inspired Yoga Offers Mini Retreat

Restore and Renew
with mindfulness, yoga and oils
FRIDAY MAY 4TH 6:30PM
Perfect pre Mother's Day outing
for you and your mom/ daughter!
Join us Friday May 4th 6:30pm, for this 90 minute mini retreat workshop and relax, reconnect and recommit to "YOU".
Learn how to connect with your emotions using emotional aromatherapy with oils to deepen your practice. Take away a "doable" daily mindful practice, including a yoga flow for ANY busy schedule. End our restoring workshop with a renewing yoga nidra accompanied by a reflexology massage of the hand using your emotional oil of choice to heal, restore and renew "YOU"! A workshop you must NOT miss if you feel stressed, overwhelmed, lost, drained, unhappy, frustrated, lost a loved one or encountering a break up in/of life,
limited, spent, or just need to reconnect with YOURSELF!
Investment, $30, pre-registration and
Pre- payment required due to limited space.
REGISTER ON MINDBODY OR EMAIL 
*payments are non-refundable and non-transferable







 
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May 3 - National Day of Prayer Breakfast featuring Elder Jim Shelton as the Keynote

Sponsorships are currently available at $250 and include 4 event tickets as well as pre-event, post event and in program recognition. To reserve your sponsorship, contact Jennifer Jones at 856-351-2245 by phone or to email  Click HERE

Lapp's Dutch Market is the event caterer, providing a full, hot breakfast. The event takes place at Catholic Community of the Holy Spirit Parish Center, 8am - 10:30 am.

Tickets are $15 per person and on sale now, to RSVP with payment  Click HERE (Choose the events and other payments tab"


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May 11- Marketing Negotiations Workshop



Don't miss this special Business Builder Workshop, presented by Kim Gattuso, Special Projects Coordinator for Dry Guys Basement Systems. 

This workshop will teach you from start to finish how to negotiate marketing costs on a per lead or per purchase basis for most advertising fields (print, radio, online, etc.).

Don't pay for impressions, pay for leads!

$20 per person

Salem Community College's
Charles V. Hassler Community Room
Donaghay Hall - Room 106
Carneys Point, NJ 08069



RSVP by May 7 to Corin Diana at The Chamber office via phone 856-351-2244 or via email at Corin@SalemCountyChamber.com

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