Volume 13 | Issue 2
Chamber Connection
Welcome our new members joining the Clintonville Chamber!
Frozen Fun Open House is Two Weeks away! Saturday, Feb. 12th. 2022 from 9am to 2pm.
Make sure you join us as we celebrate this FREE open house with tons of winter fun!
There will be horse drawn sleigh rides ($5 per person), dog sled demonstration, crafts, hugs from Olaf, outside games, Frozen themed fun, sledding, snowshoe/ ski opportunities, guided hikes, and more! Chili & Hot dog luncheon will be available for a small fee as well!
For more information, please check out our website here!
Follow us on Facebook to learn about more opportunities and session availability.
The Nutrition Mission feeds 245 students every week! That's roughly 8,575 food-filled bags in just 1 school year! Now that's a lot of food! Click the link to help us feed our students this year!

We need volunteers! Come as you are, invite a friend, or bring a group! All are encouraged to sign-up here!
Don't hesitate to message us with any questions you may have!
Rotarian Gay Acevedo (left) was named Clintonville Rotary Club Rotarian of the Year and Paul Harris Fellow at the club's recent annual banquet and meeting.
The 'Rotarian of the Year' award may be given to a member who exhibits “Service Above Self” in their daily activities and who promotes Rotary by their actions and involvements. This may be accomplished through one major activity in club service, in multiple activities, or by serving on several committees.
Gay was chosen for her leadership as she guided the club through Covid 19 pandemic while President of Clintonville Rotary. The pandemic made normal meetings nearly impossible and yet she did not allow the club to falter.
She went above and beyond in helping keep the club organized and has strengthened the club in the process. She continues to serve as the club treasurer, serves on the strategic planning committee, and is always quick to pitch in where help is needed.
Gay was also honored by being named a Paul Harris Fellow. Presenting the awards is fellow Rotarian Ann Fuge.
Rotarian Jeff Hoffman is named a Paul Harris Fellow.
Paul Harris Fellow recognition was created in memory of Paul Harris, the founder of Rotary as a way to show appreciation for contributions to the Foundation's charitable and educational program. A Paul Harris Fellow is an individual who contributes $1,000 or in whose name that amount is contributed.
In this case, the Clintonville Rotary Club made the contribution in Jeff's name to show their appreciation for all the work he has done for the club. Over the years he has submitted many newspaper articles and more recently he has maintained and built the club's Facebook presence in order to increase awareness of Rotary in the area.
Presenting the award is fellow Rotarian Connie Mitchell.
CAP Services has openings in Clintonville! View below listings for more information about qualifications and job duties.

Jan 15, 2022 -  Clintonville Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 664 Monthly Meeting, Location/Time: 10 West Morning Drive, Clintonville, 6 PM. Call, 715-460-6540 for details.

Follow us on Facebook! Clintonville VFW Post 664
Got squirrels in the attic? Mouse in the house? Bug under the rug? Call or visit The BugBoss Today! I can help with all your pest needs!   866-BUGBOSS www.BugBossWI.com
Now Accepting Applications for
Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year!
Recognizing manufacturing excellence for more than 30 years!

The Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year Award (MOTY) program is an annual recognition of excellence in manufacturing. It celebrates the successes of manufacturers in the state: their innovations, philanthropy, technological advances, commitment to customer satisfaction and quality jobs.

Applications are now being accepted! The deadline for manufacturers to complete the application is March 4.
Companies are placed in four size categories based on company-wide employee count. Self-nominations are encouraged.

Nominees are celebrated and winners are revealed at a black-tie awards ceremony on Thursday, May 19, 2022 at The Pfister Hotel in Milwaukee. Visit the MOTY website to learn more and review the required application information.
To submit your application, please click below or contact Nick Novak at nnovak@wmc.org with any questions.
Marion Body Works is proud to support Marion Public Library, WI in their pursuit to update their sign and visibility in our neighborhood. The library provides countless resources to community members of all ages and we can't wait for the completion of their project!
Team Trebus decided to donate their Christmas contest winnings plus a matching donation to our neighbors up the street at The Compassionate Connections Center. We love and appreciate the work they are doing for our community.
Congratulations!! Yvonne Robinson on your retirement! Yvonne loved her almost 4 years working at Specialized Products but now she can enjoy more time with her family.
Announcing Phased Retirement!

After 17 years serving Clintonville and the surrounding areas as a Cellcom agent, Trophies and Treasures is moving into a phased retirement. We will continue our trophies, awards, and engraving business at our current location (50 S. Main Street, Clintonville, WI) with reduced operating hours.
Cellcom will also continue out of the same location, however, it will be owned and operated by a new agency – PRO WIRELESS. The new agents have many years of experience with Cellcom and will continue to serve Clintonville and the surrounding areas with the same great service you have received from Trophies & Treasures.
These changes will be effective on Monday, January 17, 2022. If you have any questions for Trophies & Treasures, they can be reached at the same phone number – 715-823-2248. Please watch our Facebook page for updated business hours for trophies, awards, and engraving services.
We would like to thank our Cellcom customers for your continued support over the years. We have enjoyed working with all of you in the area, and are looking forward to a phased retirement to enjoy more time with family and friends.
~Ron and Kathy Schmoll
Webinar: Saving with a Purpose
Saving money is much easier with a goal in mind. This workshop shows you how to choose the right goals to you and overcome barriers to achieving them.
February 8, 2022 @ 12:30pm OR February 17, 2022 @ 7:30pm

More information and registration here:
A&W of Clintonville, would like to recognize our Employee of the Year for 2021, Nicole Schertz.
We appreciate Nicole for her hard work, dedication and loyalty. Nicole was with A&W during her High School years from 2012-2014. She returned in 2019. She recently accepted the position of Assistant Manager. Nicole has been a role model and friend to all of our staff. Her positive energy, uplifting attitude, and perseverance is unmatchable!
Congratulations to Nicole on such an achievement! We are very fortunate to have her.
We are pleased to announce a new addition to the A&W Staff. Chasity Polzin joined us in November and has been hired as an Assistant Store Manager. She will be assisting with managing daily operations of the restaurant and providing the best experience for our guests. She has a wealth of experience in Managing, Operations and Food Service. She is a Clintonville High graduate and worked for the A&W while she was in high school.
Click the business logo to view more information and apply, unless otherwise instructed below.
February's featured Booster Members!