Volume 12 | Issue 1
Chamber Connection
Congratulations to Jeremiah, the winner of our Christmas Tree Ornament Contest.
Small Business Development Center is has many classes available online. Some classes include information on PPP Loans, Steps to Starting your own Business, and Online Marketing. View a full list of class opportunities on their website.
The Goodfellows of Clintonville and Marion are proud to announce the
successful completion of their 2020 charity campaign, by most accounts the
largest in the organizations history. In spite of barriers posed by the Covid-19
pandemic, the hard work of dozens of volunteers culminated on December 16th
and 17th with the successful distribution of grocery store vouchers, toys, clothes
and other items, making this Christmas a bit brighter for over 260 households
comprised of over 925 people in the Clintonville and Marion areas.
In addition to those served at our annual distribution event at Memory
Lanes, an several families were “adopted” by local church congregations and
other groups, pushing the number of people helped this holiday season even
“The need this year was greater than we have ever seen," stated Steve Conradt,
President of Goodfellows of Clintonville and Marion. “The generosity of
everyone in Clintonville/Marion area helped The Goodfellows tremendously in
our goal of meeting the needs of our most vulnerable residents. Churches,
businesses, schools, civic groups as well as many generous individuals
provided an almost unbelievable level of financial and other support. It was truly
an incredible year. We at the Goodfellows are proud to work with all of you in
this great cause and equally proud to call all of you a friend of the Goodfellows
of Clintonville and Marion! On behalf of the our over 900 recipients this year,
Thank you one and all!"
A special thanks to the great folks at Memory Lanes and Banquet Hall for the
use of their great facility. We couldn't do it without you!

Pictured below is the Board of Directors of the Goodfellows of Clintonville and
From left: Lori Mattes, Tracy Sirna, Butch Donaldson, Amie Bodart, Steve Conradt, & Mari Hintz. Missing is Lynn Bessette.
Thanks to the artistic skills and the leadership of Lion Jay Hornung the Gordy Noren Memorial Skate Park will be getting murals for the equipment in the park.
The first of the new mural is underway at Lion Jay’s new studio in unused space at No Boundaries Nutrition. One section is 31 feet wide! Another is 23 feet wide! Each mural will be sized for a specific piece of equipment.
Painting by Lion Jay and volunteers will take place over the winter months so the completed murals can begin to be installed this spring.
Photos by: Lion Sara Mullen-Hornung
AHT Windows Wisconsin is seeking Call Center candidates for their Clintonville location. Visit their website for more information and to apply.
McDonald's of Clintonville is now hiring for several positions. Visit their website for more information and to apply.
Schutt Industries is seeking applicants for multiple positions. Visit their website for more information and to apply.
Nueske's Applewood Smoked Meats is seeking applicants for multiple positions. Visit their website for more information and to apply.
Marion Body Works, Inc is seeking applicants to fill multiple positions. Visit their website for more information and to apply.
Clintonville Public Schools is seeking qualified individuals for a number of positions.
Questions can be directed to Dena Peters @ 715-823-7215 x2605 or dpeters@clintonville.k12.wi.us.
Information available at www.clintonville.k12.wi.us
Thank you to our January Booster Member!