Are you celebrating a milestone anniversary this year?
Please send a quick email to the chamber office with the year!
Lakeview Medical Center
Healing Arts Program
rt exhibit of
6th Forrest Run
Support the Fight
Against Brain Cancer
Great Lakes Forestry Museum is sponsoring two new events for their
September 17, 2016
*Historical Scavenger Hunt
*Rip Roar'n Baked Bean Contest
To learn more go to the
We Are Looking for
Sponsors of our Chamber Chat Radio program
Wednesdays at 8:30 a.m.
on WJMC 1240
$100-125 a month.
PLEASE call the office today!
Don't forget to post your events on our website.
Contact us at 715.234.2126
The Vietnam Memorial
will be at Anderson Park
September 8 -11
Opening Ceremony September 8th, 7pm
Plainsborro, NJ. 08536
Dri X Cleaning & Restoration
Eau Claire, WI.54703
Care & Rehab of Dallas & Barron
104 E. Dallas St.
Dallas, WI. 54757
Quanex Building Products
First Lutheran Church & Preschool,
Cobblestone Bed & Breakfast,
Wiersgella Company, Inc.,
Cooper Engineering Company, Inc.,
Wilder's Wee Pakum Inn 2,
Christie Mountain, Inc.
Fred Thomas Resort,
of Rice Lake,
Short Elliot Hendrickson Inc.,
Big Chetac Resort,
Skinner Funeral Home,
Economic Development & Education
11:30 a.m. @
Board of Directors
Great Lakes Forestry Museum
Golden K Board
Hunters Feed - November 17, 2016
Children's Christmas Corner - December 3, 2016
We are seeking sponsorship's of $500 to support the Annual Banquet, programs, awards etc. You will receive the following for your sponsorship:
- 8 Tickets to the banquet. (table of 8)
- Your business on the promotions and programs.
- A free banner ad on our website from time of signing up to the end of October.
To get on the promotion flyers and programs, we need to hear from you by September 12th
Nominations for Community Awards
Your opportunity to nominate and recognize:
- Industrial/Manufacturing Business of the Year
- Commercial/Retail Business of the Year
- Service Business of the Year Award
- Citizen of the Year Award
- Rising Star Achievement Award
- Lifetime Achievement Award
- Educator of the Year
Nominations are due to the Chamber by Monday, September 12th.
They can also be emailed to
Award Nominations Form Here
Educator of the Year Nomination Form Here
Rice Lake Main Street Association celebrates a 25-year-long partnership with Wisconsin Main Street and the National Main Street Center embracing the history and spirit of our downtown community. Each year the program coordinates an average of 1000 volunteer hours to provide; purchase and care of hanging petunia baskets, ArtScape on Main banners, art scholarship, holiday parade and tree decorating events, administration of a matching-sign-grant program, low interest
loan program, design consultations, promotion of Small Business Saturday, participation in place-making, better block activities, business seminars, training opportunities locally and around the state, partnership coordination of trash removal.
Dash of Polish Ribbon Cutting
03 N. Main Street, Rice Lake
Kay Ruid, Jackie Molden, Becky Black, Anne Gallagher, Lori Dvorak, Stef Fiedler, Wendy Markgren, Sandie LeVan and Karen Heram.
MSA Professional Services
15 W Marshall Street, Rice Lake
David Rasmussen, Dave Wierzba
Left-Right: Linda Wiese, Sandie LeVan, Amanda Grilley, Erik Evenson, Teresa Anderson, David Schofield, Michele Schullo, Scott Martin, David Wierzba, David Rasmussen, Carol Rbideaux, Kay Ruid, Matt Secore, Becky Black, Mayor Diercks
& Don Ruid
Placemaking Node #1
THANK YOU Volunteers, donating your time and materials for the
Knapp Stout Park
Rice Lake Rotary &
Rice Lake Parks & Recreation
Rotary cleaned and stained the gazebo and cut down some bushes. Parks & Recreation helped to remove the cut brush, keeping the park looking nice.
County Materials replaced the missing/broken blocks on the planters in the park.
Salute Golf Results
Thank You to all Sponsors and Volunteers!
You make this event successful!
Bert's Joke of the Month
Three blondes are sitting by the side of a river
holding fishing poles with the lines in the water.
A Game Warden comes up behind
taps them on the shoulder and
"Excuse me, ladies, I'd like to see your
"We don't have any," replied the first blonde.
"Well, if you're going to fish,
you need fishing
said the Game Warden.
replied the second blonde, "we aren't
We all have magnets at the end of our lines
and we're collecting debris off the bottom
The Game Warden lifted up all the lines
sure enough, there were horseshoe magnets
tied on the end of each line.
"Well, I know of no law against it," said the Game
"Take all the debris you want.
And with that, he
As soon as the Game Warden was out of
the three blondes started laughing
"What a dumb Fish
the second blonde said to the other
"Doesn't he know that there are steelhead
trout in this river?"