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December 2017
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Escondido City Hall Dome

Thursday, December 14th
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Tuesday, January 9th
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
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Tuesday, January 16th
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Wednesday, January 17th
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Jalapeno Grill & Cantina

Friday, January 26th
7:15 AM - 9:00 AM
J & M's Family Restaurant


Where is Rorie?
The Escondido Chamber of Commerce's CEO, Rorie Johnston, got to experience something new and chilling! 

Where is Rorie?
The benefits of cryotherapy are amazing!  Cryotherapy is the practice of using cold temperatures to promote natural healing and wellness that dates back to ancient civilizations. Whole body cryotherapy is the modern experience which stimulates the same rejuvenating and refreshing benefits at a whole new level of cold reaching temperatures as low as -130 to -184 degrees in just 2-3 minutes. 

For more information, please visit Cryo Warehouse
http://cryowarehouse.com/ or call them at 760.484.2009 to book your session!

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Thank you Rebecca and Josh for a wonderful experience. Look for a holiday gift, Cryo is it!

Keep a look out for next weeks... Where is Rorie?
A Message from the Economic Development Committee
You do not want to miss this event! 

At the Economic Development Committee meeting  Brown Marketing Strategies  will be presenting on the I-15 Express Lanes. There will also be a discussion from the  Safari Highlands Ranch Project.  Lunch will be served.

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Read it online, find it in the Times Advocate or pick up a copy around town. 


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December 1, 2017
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Holiday Shopping Bazaar

Friday, December 8 | 10:00am - 2:00pm
Come shop at Cypress Court 
with a variety of gift ideas, many unique and handcrafted. Avoid the crowds at the mall! Refreshments and special prizes throughout the day. Come for fun and leave with your shopping done!
 
We Want to Highlight You!
We are looking to highlight your business in our weekly newsletters!  If you would like your business in our weekly newsletters, please email  liz@escondidochamber.org
 

December is here! 

The 2107-2018 Chamber's fiscal year is near halfway complete - and what
a great beginning! The Chamber's Board of Directors continues to grow.

New Board Members Meagan Baker, Manager Printing Solutions, Don Romo, Erickson-Hall Construction Company and Mayra Salazar Magos, Business Development Coordinator Masson & Associates Inc. are actively engaged, bringing fresh ideas and enthusiasm to our team.

Two new members join our Board in January - Christine Antoine MPA, Director Legislative Affairs CSUSM and Elly Garner, Director Government Affairs Palomar Health. Welcome to the Team!

Chair Elect, Kristen Steinke, Attorney Lounsbery, Ferguson, Altona &  Peak LLP continues to develop our exciting Young Professionals  organization and Government Affairs Chair, Tom Stamos Broker  Escondido Realty and Economic Chair, Matt Pound General Manager  Escondido Materials have teamed to arrange key presentations relevant to  our members benefit.  Our new Education Committee is being formatted by Dr. Luis Ibarra,  Superintendent Escondido Union Elementary School District. A new  program, Rising Stars, that has quickly become a Chamber favorite  recognizes Students of the Month from local schools and will award  scholarships in May of next year. 

Everything the Chamber does is being reviewed and changes are made to  be sure our programs are timely and of benefit to you - our membership! 

You can feel it. There is an excitement and an energy that contagious!

Catch it!

Kevin S Svetich, CLU
Chairman of the Board
Member Highlight

The Escondido Chamber of Commerce would first like to thank Sunny Side Kitchen for bringing their favorites to tomorrow nights event, Community in Unity!  At Community in Unity, Sunny Side Kitchen, will be sampling their after hours Supper Club Steak Night. Prime grade filet mignon, roasted potatoes, and an asparagus spear are representatives of the dining experience they offer. 


For their after hours Supper Club Steak Night, Sunny Side Kitchen picks one Saturday a month and have a prix-fixe, multi-course meal where the filet mignon is the star!

Appetizer- Mozzarella, tomato, and basil with balsamic reduction drizzle

Appetizer- Bacon-wrapped dates stuffed with gorgonzola cheese and
toasted slivered almonds

First Course- Wedge salad with bacon, tomatoes, red onion, blue cheese crumbles and blue cheese dressing.

Main Course- Roasted asparagus with parmesan cheese, roasted rosemary potatoes and an amazing 8-ounce, 21-day aged Black Angus Prime grade Filet Mignon (all center cuts) prepared with the Sous Vide method of cooking and a cast iron pan sear.

Dessert- Tiramisu Sunny Side style.

Coffee or espresso brewed to order. Bring your own wine or beer. Otherwise, they have ice teas and Hansen sodas there.
$75 each, plus tax. No tips or add-ons.

The next dates for after hours Supper Club Steak Night are January 20th, February 10th, & March 10th. Make sure to RSVP, and/or with a minimum of 6 guests you can have your own Saturday night, all to yourselves!


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Dear Friends of Interfaith,
Friday afternoon we launched the first phase of our Recovery & Wellness Center. Now open to both veteran and civilian men and women, Phase 1 of the Recovery & Wellness Center is a comprehensive residential and community-based mental health and substance abuse program. Located at our  Betty and Melvin Cohn Center  Escondido headquarters, the 44-bed program will also address the underlying challenges and struggles our North County low-income and homeless neighbors face.



By Assemblymember Marie Waldron
 
Get ready to visit the Department of Motor Vehicles. Under the federal REAL ID Act, passed by Congress in 2005, the DMV must meet requirements set by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security  by adding new enhancements  to  California driver's licenses and identification cards. The DMV will begin offering REAL IDs on January 22nd, 2018 in order to meet the October 21st, 2020 deadline for compliance.
 
Current California driver's licenses will still be valid forms of identification for activities including driving, visiting non-secure federal facilities and other uses. Federal identification such as passports or military IDs will also be valid substitutes for REAL IDs after October 1st, 2020. But if you don't think you can remember to bring your passport along for a domestic flight, to visit a local military base or other secure federal location, you'll probably need to schedule an appointment at your local DMV office before October 1, 2020.
 
To get your REAL ID, you'll have to provide at least three original documents that prove your identity, along with your Social Security number and place of residence. The list is still subject to revision, but documents you can use to prove your identity will most likely include an original or certified copy of a U.S. birth certificate, an unexpired U.S. passport or a certificate of naturalization. Documents proving your Social Security number may include your original Social Security card, W-2 form, or paystub showing your full Social Security number. Lastly, you'll also need to show proof of California residence. Documents proving your residence may include a deed, a home utility bill or a property tax bill.
 
For more information, including the full list of proposed documents needed to apply for REAL ID, please visit: www.dmv.ca.gov
 
Minority Floor Leader Marie Waldron, R-Escondido, represents the 75th Assembly District in the California Legislature, which includes the communities of  Bonsall, Escondido, Fallbrook, Hidden Meadows, Pala, Palomar Mountain, Pauma Valley, Rainbow, San Marcos, Temecula, Valley Center and Vista.

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