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New London, WI  54961
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October 2016
New London Veterans Memorial Foundation
Pig Roast
Saturday, Oct. 1st
Tickets available at the Chamber Office


An Evening of Pink
Tuesday, Oct. 4th
AmericInn Lodge & Suites
 

Water Street Vintage
Bus Trip to Nellie's
Friday, Oct. 7th


Go Pink Craft & Gift Show
Saturday, Oct. 8th

9 a.m. - 3 p.m. 
  

Women's Self Defense Seminar
Saturday, Oct. 8th
1 - 3 -p.m. 
 
 
Presents
An Evening With Molly Ringwald
Saturday, Oct. 8th 
 
New London Chamber of Commerce
Educational Opportunity
"Coming Home for a Visit -
Promoting Your Brand on Social Media During the Holidays
"
Tuesday, Oct. 11th
7:30 - 9 a.m.
On Tuesday, Oct. 11th, the New London Chamber of Commerce is holding their monthly educational opportunity entitled, "Coming Home for a Visit - Promoting Your Brand on Social Media During the Holidays", from 7:30 - 9 a.m. at St. Joseph Chapel (please park on road).

The holidays are busy - and when it comes to social media, they're noisy as well. Everyone has something to promote about their business during the holiday seasons. This workshop will help you create some strategies for promoting your brand during the holiday season. 

 
This class will be presented by Rose Fields with Social Web Dzine.  Rose is offering a FREE social media review for your businesses to prepare for the workshops.

Please call the Chamber office at (920) 982-5822 or e - mail Tracy@NewLondonChamber.com to confirm your attendance. 
Addictions - A Living Hell
Free Presentation by Dr. John Johnson
Emanuel Lutheran Church
Saturday, Oct. 15th at 10 a.m.

New London Parks & Recreation
Howl - O - Ween Party
Saturday, Oct. 15th
New London Jaycee's Dog Park
11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
 
 New London Firefighters Association
Fundraiser Choice Raffle
Saturday, Oct. 15th
Raffle Tickets available at the Chamber Office

Monthly Business Briefing / Networking Session

Wednesday, October 19th, 2016
** St. Joseph Residence Chapel **
Please Park on Road

  

Please be sure to attend this exciting educational and networking opportunity for Chamber members.  On the third Wednesday of each month from 8 - 9:15 a.m. join the Chamber in the St. Joseph Residence Chapel (please park on the road) for our monthly business briefing / networking session.  

 

St. Joseph Residence will provide coffee and snacks for each session. Come join us and learn what's happening with the Chamber and each other.  Each of you will be given the opportunity to introduce yourself and your business and share something about your business that you want others to know.  Use this opportunity to promote and educate yourself with the offerings of other Chamber members.  In addition, we encourage you to invite either an existing Chamber Member, a prospective Chamber Member or a public service person to the meeting. We will have a great prize drawing and a lot of networking opportunities.

 

A monthly reminder will be sent out to everyone on our distribution lists on Monday the week of the sessions.  If you are not on our listing and would like to be added let us know.  We hope you can join us! If you have any questions please call the Chamber office at (920) 982-5822 between 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. or visit www.NewLondonChamber.com/Events/MonthlyBusinessBriefing.  

Rawhide Boys Ranch
Friday Fish Fry Schedule


Dinner and Quarter Raffles
VFW Post 2732
Saturday, Oct. 22nd
6 p.m.



Caregiver Support Program
Mosquito Hill Nature Preserve
4th Wednesday of every month
1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
       
Haunted Trail
Friday, Oct. 28th
Hatten Park
         

New London  
Trick or Treating
Monday, Oct. 31 st
5 - 7 p.m.

Join us at the Wolf River Market Place...
The Forward New London group is proud to introduce "The Wolf River Market Place".  It is an outdoor shopping experience located in Bucky's Restaurant parking lot.  The Market Place will be open weekly on Saturdays, from June 4th through Oct. 29th from 8 a.m. - 2 p.m.  The market is open to produce vendors, flea market vendors, artists, antiques, non-profits, cottage industries, small businesses etc.  The cost is $5.00 per Saturday or $25.00 for six weeks.  To register or to get more information please call Rita at (920) 810-4480.
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New owners for Anytime Fitness
Couple from Hortonville, New London 
Two familiar locals are the new owners of Anytime Fitness in New London.

Bob and Geri Guyette, owners of the Black Otter Supper Club in Hortonville since 2003, took over the gym Aug. 5. Bob is a 1992 Hortonville High School grad and Geri is a 1995 New London High School grad.

The gym was previously owned by Katie and Wade Wisnefske and Chris and Kimberly Polanco.  See More... 
 


Wi-Fi Security
Wi-Fi hotspots in public places are convenient, but often not secure. If you connect to a Wi-Fi network and send information through websites or mobile apps, it has potential to be accessed by someone else.

Encryption is the key to keeping your personal information secure online. Encryption scrambles the information you send over the internet into a code so it's not accessible to others. When you're using wireless networks, it's best to send personal information only if it's encrypted, either by an encrypted website or a secure Wi-Fi network. An encrypted website protects only the information you send to and from that site. A secure wireless network encrypts all the information you send using that network.  See More... 
   
CAP Services welcomes fresh faces to leadership team
    
CAP Services added new staff recently. Jason Rickstad was named CAP's Deputy Chief Financial Officer and Mary Alice Priebe is CAP's new Assistant Director of Human Resources. Both are based out of CAP's Stevens Point corporate headquarters.
 
Rickstad supports CAP's Chief Financial Officer Susan Henry in the management of the agency's financial functions. His responsibilities include leadership in CAP's financial operations, 401K, compliance and procurement.
 
"We're very pleased to have Jason join us at CAP," said Henry. "His experience and background will help us continue the track record of responsible financial management that has made us a go-to agency for mission-oriented funders."
 
Rickstad's previous experience includes senior accounting positions with Graebel Moving and Workplace Solutions, Saturn of Eau Claire, and Fleming Companies. He holds a degree in Business Administration from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.
 
Priebe is responsible for administering and supervising human resource programs within CAP.
 
"Priebe is the perfect addition to our human resources team," said Rebecca Lerol, CAP's director of talent. "Her background, which includes human resources, insurance and years of management and training experience, will be an asset to our agency and its employees as we continue our important work."
 
Priebe's professional experience includes management and supervisory positions with OptumRX, Security Health Plan, WPS Insurance, and Metlife Financial Services. She holds a bachelor's degree in Business Management and a master's degree in Business Administration - Human Resources, both from Upper Iowa University.
   
Office Direct wins CAP Services' Business Expansion Contest

Standing in front of Office Direct in Stevens Point, CAP Services' Laura West presents business owner Cole Corrigan with a certificate recognizing the business as the winner of CAP's first Business Expansion Contest.
CAP Services recently named Office Direct Interiors of Stevens Point the winner of CAP's first Business Expansion Contest.
 
Office Direct will receive a $1,000 cash prize, free marketing assessment, mentorship through the Packers Mentor-Protégé Program, and referrals for services specific to the business's needs.  See More... 
   
CAP Services' Kitty Johnson completes lending training
 

Kitty Johnson, a Business Development Coordinator at CAP Services, successfully completed an Intro to Commercial Lending course held Sept. 7 - 9 at St. Norbert College in De Pere.  See More... 



Hoffman Heating & Cooling
Presents
Community Heroes
Hoffman Heating & Cooling along with Bryant is proud to present Community Heroes.  

Hoffman Heating & Cooling has been selected to install a free furnace for a deserving hometown hero.   Now through  November 1st, 2016 they are looking for nominations.  If you know of a deserving person in this area, please nominate them at  www.BryantCommunityHeroes.com.  It can be your neighbor, colleague, friend or someone you see that is making a positive impact.  
 
For general entry rules and guidelines click here  or contact Hoffman Heating & Cooling at (920) 982-6565.  To nominate a hero click  here .

Iglesia de Cristo Ministerios Elim
Needs Your Help with Remodel Supplies 
If anyone would like to donate to our cause, we have a list of remodeling needs. Whatever one thinks could be used for the remodeling - or even monetary donations - will be accepted.  Thank you.
 
NEEDS FOR CHURCH REMODEL
2 x 4 lumber
Metal for roof
Drywall / sheetrock
Plaster / primer
Paint
Doors
Windows
Nails/screws
Insulation - foam type
Heating ducts
2 furnaces / 2 air conditioners
Electrical
Lights for ceiling
Commercial ceiling fans
Plumbing
Bathroom sinks, toilets
Carpet / tile
Landscape bricks
Fruit trees from Wisconsin
Playground equipment
Basketball hoops



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New London Aquatic and Fitness Center
October Calendar
 

Fraud Alerts

We would like to make you aware of two fraud alerts that were brought to our attention.  Click on each alert below for more details:
 
 

New London Public Library

Adult Coloring Club
Outdoorsmen's Cuts Welcomes New Stylist
Please give a warm welcome to our newest stylist -  Amanda Barber.  Amanda was born and raised in New London. She graduated from Gill Tech Academy and has 8 1/2 previous years of experience in family hair care. If your looking for a new style or stylist who takes pride in her work give Amanda a call today!


Hours of Service:
Tuesday 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Wednesday 1 - 8 p.m.
Thursday 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Friday 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Saturday 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
HARRY POTTER FANS!
NLPM needs your help
The New London Public Museum needs Harry Potter fans! In November, the museum will host "Harry Potter's World: Renaissance Science, Magic, and Medicine" a traveling exhibit developed and produced by the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health. As part of the exhibit we are asking our community to loan memorabilia, collectibles and items from the world of Harry Potter! The items need to be at the museum by November 7, items will not be accepted after that date. You can drop them off Monday - Friday 10a.m. - 5 p.m. or Saturday 10 a.m. - 1p.m.
 
Are you a fan of the books, movies, theme parks of Harry Potter and the wonderful world J.K. Rowling created? Do you have wands, robes, ties, scarves, games, cups, mugs, or anything else (except books) related to the Harry Potter franchise? We'd love to include them in our exhibit.
October Vintage Movie Canceled
It is with great regret that the New London Public Museum and the Grand Cinema Theater announce the cancellation of the October Vintage Movie. However, we hope you will join us on Saturday, December 10 for "Christmas in Connecticut". This 1945 movie stars Barbara Stanwyck as a food writer who lies about being a model housewife. Comedy ensues when her boss invites himself and a returning war hero to a traditional family Christmas dinner at her house. 
VFW Post #2732
Presents...




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New London Area Chamber of Commerce
Phone: (920) 982-5822
www.NewLondonChamber.com