720 N Broadway
Escondido, CA 92025

January 22 , 2020
American Crown Circus
@ Corner of Washington and Ash Street

Thursday, January 23rd
Monday, January 27th

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February Government
Affairs Meeting
w/ SD County Supervisor Candidate
Terra Lawson-Remer

Tuesday, February 4th 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Escondido Chamber of Commerce

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Classical Academy
Open House
February 4th, 5th, & 6th
February 12th & 13th

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Del Lago Academy 2020 Internship Program
Starts February 2020

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EUSD State of the District Address
Monday, February 10th @ 8:30am

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EDD Federal/State Payroll Tax Seminar
February 12th

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A lot is going on in our lives. We're all busy-busy and overloaded with tasks that must be important. We  make lists, update them when completed, refer to them as our day progresses, or we add the items not  finished to the next days' list and it goes on and on. Some make these lists the analog way by writing  them down, and others prefer to digitally make and track our lists via various programs, all designed to  help organize and streamline our daily workflow. I don't know about you but none of this is working for  me. I have work lists, personal lists, home lists, family lists and of course lists I make for others. Where  do all of these lists end up? On my unfinished list of course. I've tried software programs both free and  SAAS based all designed to seamlessly build, distribute and track my lists and all with the same results. I  even have a list of unfinished lists and that one's way to long!
The bottom line is life is a series of unfinished lists for me. And that's ok. I'm learning to deal with this. In
fact, I am committed to embracing this. I call it my unending list of things I simply have to do. I'm learning to take pride in the items I do check off my list and I'm learning to make my lists shorter. All of these things can't possibly be worthy of my list.
Today I'm taking great pride in checking off my list writing my newsletter! I hope you'll read it before you cross that off your list.
Congratulations go out to Brian Murphy and his lovely wife Nancy of Murphy's Fine Woodworking who once again have brought to the Escondido Arts Partnership their eleventh annual Presentation  of WOOD, A Furniture Show XI. The exhibition runs through February 21st, is free and worth  the visit.
Finally, last week's poll results: 67% were in favor of Impeachment. And t his week's poll question (click on the question to vote):  Do you plan to Vote in person, or mail-in ballot?

Cheers ,

James Rowten (JR)
Chamber of Commerce
Tuesday, January 28th
5:00pm - 7:00pm
720 N. Broadway

Are you thinking of joining the Escondido Chamber of Commerce? Or is it time to get an update on your membership benefits? This is a great opportunity to learn more about the Chamber, and find out how your business will benefit from membership.

Meet our Board of Directors, Ambassadors and Staff, and find new ways to market your business and to participate in Chamber networking opportunities!

Enjoy hors d'oeuvres, light snacks and beverages compliments of our Chamber Sponsors: Kennedy's Meat Company, Filippi's Pizza Grotto and The Grand Tea Room The Open House is a free event, but you are required to register so we have an accurate count of guests for food and drinks...thanks!

Member Spotlight:

NCEPT Physical Therapy

After earning his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from USC 18 years ago, Skye  Grayson began his career as a physical therapist for NCEPT. The company began as
a merger of North County and Escondido Physical Therapies in 1988.

Skye found that he liked the personal relationships he was able to build with  patients in the private practice setting at NCEPT. Over time he was able to buy out  retiring partners and now is the sole owner.

NCEPT is an outpatient orthopedic physical therapy practice for surgery and injury  recovery and pain relief using a team based approach. With an indoor pool and 8
clinicians with different specialties, NCEPT has a wealth of experience under one  roof at 457 Elm. Their goal is to achieve a better outcome for each patient, helping  them function at a higher level, doing what they want to do, not just what they have  to do.

With the company's marketing manager, Melissa Varela, as a Chamber ambassador,  NCEPT is connecting with fellow members, seeking the wants and needs of the

NCEPT's motto is: "Revive and thrive" - Empowering people to be the best versions  of themselves.
        Chris Cochran, Marketing & Development Director

        Tina Inscoe, Membership Executive

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