Call us in advance or stop in to get your perfect gift here!
Link Ford will be collecting coats
2700 Decker Drive
Toys for Tots
Visit the Rice Lake website for a list of drop off locations
610 A West Ave.
or call Sherry
Member of the Month
The UPS Store
We have been serving the Rice Lake and surrounding area since 2005. In 2016 we relocated our office to 1311 S. Main Street. We offer many different services for your business and personal needs most notably shipping and printing services. You may not know that we also offer services such as packaging, mailbox rental, fax and now document shredding services. Thank you for your business over the past 10 years and we look forward to serving you into the future.
New Year Baby
Each year we present a basket to the first baby of the year born at Lakeview Medical Center. If you would like to donate to the gift basket, please drop your item off to the Chamber this month.
2851 College Drive
Rice Lake, WI.
A-1 Express Rental
2905 Pioneer Ave.
Rice Lake, WI.
Kubnick & Warren
Rice Lake Chronotype APG
Diagnostic Radiology Association
Rice Lake Cedar Mall
Viking Coca Cola
Johnson Truck Bodies
AgStar Financial Services
V & S Construction Services
Farm & Fleet
Rice Lake Weighing Systems
Lakeview Medical Center
Old Southern BBQ Smokehouse
CEC Lake 7 Theatre
Care Partners - Country Terrace
Martin Financial Services
Rice Lake Utilities
Northern Star Theatre
Rice Lake Family Restaurant
Westphal Roofing & Services
for sponsoring our November
Call us today so you can sponsor too!
Board of Directors
on the Rice Lake Chamber website
Advertise your Holiday promotion
from now through New Years for $50
*All promotions will be listed on our Marketspace page on our Website.
*Holiday Deals link on homepage goes directly to the listing page
*We will be promoting our homepage with this link with
e-blasts, Facebook posts & news releases once a week to direct
shoppers to the list of deals.
Follow the link to our homepage,
Send us your promotion and one picture or logo with the details to: email@example.com and we will get it posted!
Call us with questions 715-234-2126
RICE LAKE CHAMBER presents
May 14 - 23, 2017
Space available only through mid January
Christmas Street Decorations Contest
We had volunteers come and help us out.
And they were awesome be there no doubt!
But after the street decorations went up,
We discovered a little elf had messed a few up!
Find the 6 street decorations the elf messed up and get your name in a drawing for
Rice Lake Gift Certificates!
1st - $50, 2nd & 3rd - $25 each
Once for 1 decoration, twice for 2, etc. and a bonus entry if you find all 6 !
Deadline to enter is Monday, December 19th.
Winners of our raffle: Browning - Stan Buchanan, Mossberg - David Bridges, Remington - Stan Buchanan, Smith & Wesson Pistol - Jim Stoll, Tree Ladder Stand - Tony Drost, Insulated Jacket - Scott Visger, Tree Seat - Curt Myers, Solar Tent - Phil Dorn. Miscellaneous prizes: Mac McDowell, Deanne Ruppel, Kelly Weiss, Nicki Cole, Janet Hrdlicka, Leo Diehl, Bob Dillon, Duane Gabriel, Kathy Linville, Amey Vik, Travis Hellstern, Mike Tomesh, Roger Rick, Katie Candler, and Barbara Kromrey.
We'd like to thank the following groups for working on the Christmas Light Displays!
Golden K - Maintenance
Parks & Rec - Hanging
Rice Lake Utilities - Lighting
Beccie & Harold Olsen (Golden K)
Jim & Donna Sockness, Joel Kohlmeyer
You are invited to the
Chamber Sponsored trip to Iceland!
Land of Fire & Ice
October 11 -16 2017
Volcanos, Waterfalls, Northern Lights, Hot Springs, Glaciers and Lavafields
View the entire Itinerary
Bert's Joke of the Month
A bus on a busy street struck a Catholic man. He was lying near death on the sidewalk as a crowd gathered.
"A priest. Somebody get me a priest!" the man gasped. Long seconds dragged on but no one stepped out of the crowd.
A policeman checked the crowd and finally yelled, "A PRIEST, PLEASE! Isn't there a priest in this crowd to give this man his last rites?" Finally, out of the crowd stepped a little old Jewish man in his 80's.
"Mr. Policeman," said the man, "I'm not a priest. I'm not even a Christian. But for 50 years now, I'm living behind the Catholic Church on Second Avenue, and every night I'm hearing their services. I can recall a lot of it, and maybe I can be of some comfort to this poor man."
The policeman agreed, and cleared the crowd so the man could get through to where the injured man lay. The old Jewish man knelt down, leaned over the man and said in a solemn voice: B-5 .... I-19 ... N-38 ... G-54 ..... O-72.