Volume 13 | Issue 1

Chamber Connection
Clintonville Chamber is seeking committee members to join our Wine & Dine event committee. Meetings would tentatively be every 2nd Wednesday of the month until the event. Our first meeting would be January 12th at 8:30am in person or via Zoom. If you are interested in being a part of planning a fun community event please email Tayler at administrativeassistant@clintonvillewichamber.com or call the 715-823-4606 to confirm your interest!
For more information on classes and activities, visit the Navarino Nature Center website HERE.
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If you are looking to volunteer with a group/organization, please private message us or email Sophie Forbes at sophie@compassionateconnect.com to ensure we can hold your group!
In 2021 alone, we raised $100,400.00 toward the variety of programs we offer here at the Center. These funds are directly used to support our local families, students, and community members in need. Your generosity and community support have allowed us to grow and impact thousands of lives here in Clintonville. We cannot thank you enough for welcoming us with open arms into the community and allowing us to serve others. We are so excited to see what 2022 has in store for us! Happy New Year!
Jan 18, 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.

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A few final thoughts and thank yous from our fearless leader, Steve Conradt. --- Another successful Goodfellows of Clintonville and Marion campaign is history. Thanks to all who helped and contributed in any way. Everything pictured here has found a new home. In addition, thousands of dollars in grocery vouchers were given to recipients. We helped out 270 households made up of 991 people, our highest totals ever.
Let me share a story from this week. A mother with several children arrived and picked out toys for her kids. As our procedure calls for, a volunteer then fills her in regarding the two grocery vouchers each household receives. Given the size of her family, her largest voucher was for over $150. She broke down after seeing this, telling our volunteer that her husband had given her his last $10 that morning to buy something for tonight's supper.
That story is one of several similar ones we hear every year. They move you to tears and that in and of itself tells me we're making a difference. It makes all the planning, organizing, and sometimes craziness all worth while. So proud and blessed to be part of this great group of people.
Merry Christmas one and all!
Throughout the month of December, Marion Body Works employees do a great deal to contribute to their annual Christmas for Kids event!
Whether purchasing gifts for children in our community, donating money or time to shop and wrap, or participating in raffle ticket sales that are matched by Marion Body Works, their generosity is far-reaching. This year, Marion Body Works was once again able to help Marion, Tigerton, and Clintonville families in need by purchasing gifts for 26 students! Any remaining donations will be dispersed among food pantries in the area. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from your friends at Marion Body Works!
Marion Body Works is hosting a mobile blood drive! The Community Blood Center returns to Marion Body Works Thursday, January 6th from 12:30pm-2:30pm to collect much needed blood donations. Contact Kylee Berg at Marion Body Works to schedule an appointment. 715-754-5261
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