Volume 13 | Issue 8
Chamber Connection
Welcome our newest Chamber Members!
Register for the upcoming August Workshop here.
Register here for the "Best Practices For Hiring and Welcoming Employees" Workshop.
Lego @ The Library |
Starting on Monday, July 25th, stop by the Craft Zone every weekday afternoon between 2:30 and 5 to play with all manner of Lego™ blocks and figures! No registration required; all you need is to be a kid with an imagination.
Story times |
Starting at 10:05 bring your small humans in for a read-aloud!

Tuesday, Aug 2, 2022 - 10:00am
Tuesday, Aug 9, 2022 - 10:00am
Tuesday, Aug 16, 2022 - 10:00am
Tuesday, Aug 23, 2022 - 10:00am
Tuesday, Aug 30, 2022 - 10:00am
Tuesday, Sept 6, 2022-10:00am
Tuesday, Sep 13, 2022 - 10:00am
UPCOMING EVENTS
Gather more information on classes and opportunities and available and register on Navarino Nature Center's website.


View the July/August issue of Tales of Nature here

"With the amazing support of the community, donors, and sponsors, we raised over $8,211.88 toward our back-to-school clothing resource!! We could not have made this possible without the outstanding support we have continued to receive from you all! THANK YOU!"
Register for the upcoming August trainings here.
Monday 8/1
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Accounting for the
Non-Accountant

Wednesday 8/3
12:00-1:00 pm
In Person in
Intro to Growth Accelerator (10-Week Series)

Wednesday 8/3
6:00-7:00 pm
Human Resources: Performance Management

Thursday 8/4
12:00-1:00 pm
 In Person in 
Intro to Growth Accelerator (10-Week Series) 

Friday 8/5
12:00-1:00 pm
ABCs of Business Planning

Monday 8/8
12:00-1:30 pm
Website Builders for Your Small Business

Monday 8/8
6:00-7:00 pm
In Person in 
So, You Want to Start a Business

Wednesday 8/10
12:00-1:00 pm
In Person in
Intro to Growth Accelerator


Wednesday 8/10
6:00-7:00 pm
Human Resources:
Benefits and Insurance for Micro-Businesses


Thursday 8/11
12:00-1:00 pm
In Person in
Intro to Growth Accelerator

Saturday 8/13
10:00-11:00 am
Cashflow, Cashflow, Cashflow

Monday 8/15
5:00-6:00 pm
A Walk Through LivePlan

Tuesday 8/16
6:00-7:00 pm
In Person in
So, You Want to Start a Business

Saturday 8/20
6:00-7:30 pm
How to Start a Home Care Business (2-Week Series)

Wednesday 8/24
6:00-7:00 pm
In Person in
So, You Want to Start a Business

Monday 8/29
12:00-1:00 pm
How to Create Your Social Media Calendar and Content Library

Monday 8/29
12:00-1:30 pm
SEO Checklist:
Maximize Your Website

Monday 8/29
12:00-1:00pm
In Person in
So, You Want to Start a Business

Tuesday 8/30
6:00-9:00 pm
Start, Run, Grow Your Business

Wednesday 8/31
6:00-7:00 pm
In Person in 
So, You Want to Start a Business 
Photo credit: Clintonville Chronicle video
Clintonville’s FWD/Seagrave museum welcomes its newest addition, an early 1950’s FWD aerial fire truck. It’s only one of two of its kind known to exist, and the only one in restored condition. Manufactured in Clintonville for the Chicago Fire Department.
THANK YOU FROM THE CLINTONVILLE AREA HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Our local historical society would like to thank everyone for participating in our June Farmers Market booths on June 23 & June 30. Special thanks to Glendale Farms for donating the strawberries for our Strawberry Shortcake sales. 
While we enjoyed participating in this worthwhile Chamber event, it is with deep regret that we will not be able to continue for the remaining schedule due to several unforeseen circumstances at this time. However, we do look forward to serving the public during the annual Fall Frenzy on Sept. 17th with our Walking Tacos. 
We encourage citizen groups to be a part of both events.  
Museum Hours

 
Saturdays, August 6, and Aug. 20: 1-4 p.m. 
  The Museum on Main (102 S. Main St.) 
  The History House Museum, (32- 11th St.) 
 
Sunday, August 28, 1-3 p.m. only; both museums open 
  The Museum on Main (102 S. Main St.) 
  The History House Museum, (32- 11th St.)  

View open sponsorship opportunities for this event here.
VFW Post 664 monthly meeting: August 16th at 6 pm, but please arrive by 5:45 pm for seating. Address: 10 W. Morning Glory Drive, Clintonville.
For questions, please call Tina at 715-460-6540.
Rachel Mueller, recipient of the National EMT Award with outgoing State Commander, Cory Geisler.
THURSDAYS from 5:30pm-6:30 PM
Activities will take place at Olen Park behind our business or inside Optimal Living Studio
• Only $5 to attend a class.
A wide variety of different fitness activities will be offered.
• Cardio drumming, walking/ light jogging/
Strength building, deep breathing/ meditation, etc.
• Babysitters will be available for small children.
• We are offering a Healthy Hour / Happy Hour from 3-7pm
• Featuring our 24 fitness line and regular line menu items.
NOTE: You may join us ANY week!!
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Clintonville Parks & Recreation
Learn more about their open positions and apply here.
We are looking to add to our team!
The Marion Public Library is seeking a creative, energetic, service-oriented, and detail-oriented individual with excellent technology, communication, and interpersonal skills to fill a permanent part-time (20 hrs./wk.) teen librarian position. 
Primary responsibilities for this position include but are not limited to: assisting patrons with reference questions & technology needs, answering the phone, checking library materials in & out, shelving & organizing library materials, and planning & carrying out library/outreach events geared toward teens.
This position requires strong computer skills & high-quality customer service expertise. The ideal candidate will be highly organized, responsible, flexible, dependable, and team-oriented while being respectful and courteous to all patrons. Experience working in libraries is a plus but not a necessity. Hours can vary but are primarily afternoon & early evening hours. 
Resumes will be reviewed as received; the position is open until filled. Please email or drop off letter of interest and resume with references at:
Marion Public Library
120 N. Main St., PO Box 267
Marion, WI 54950
Attn.: Le Ann Hopp, Director
We're hiring for multiple positions!

Greentree Health and Rehab-
FT 2nd shift C.N.A, FT 3rd shift C.N.A, weekend warrior 1st shift C.N.A, Van driver part time, 2nd shift part time dietary aide
 
The Pines Post Acute and Memory Care -
full time 1st shift nurse, full time 1st shift C.N.A, full time 2nd shift C.N.A, part time 2nd shift C.N.A, full time 3rd shift C.N.A, part time 3rd shift C.N.A, weekend warrior 1st shift C.N.A, full time 1st shift cook, FT 2nd shift cook, PRN physical therapist
"We would like to thank A&W Clintonville, WI for hosting this event. The staff did an outstanding job this evening. We would also like to thank everyone who came out to spend some time with us and donated money to a great cause." - Clintonville Police Department
July Employee of the month
Aubrey

Aubrey started working here at A&W while in high school and has continued to be with us when she’s home from college! She is currently attending Ripon College where she plays Tennis and is working towards her degree. Aubrey has been such a great person to have in the A&W family! Can’t forget to take a pic and smile with Rooty while you stop in for a visit!
Cap Services is seeking a qualified candidate for their
Jobs & Business Development Coordinator position!
This position delivers direct assistance to clients enrolled in the Jobs and Business Development Program. This includes assisting entrepreneurs start or expand businesses, which results in the creation of jobs for low-income and moderate-income individuals through assessment, referral, technical assistance and loan packaging in multiple counties.
Visit their website for a full job description and to apply!
Webinar: Raising a Money Smart Kid
Earning money, spending, and saving are important lessons children learn very early on in life. This session will help guide parents on effective ways to educate children about financial responsibility that can last a lifetime.

8/9/22 @ 12:30pm OR 8/18/22 @ 7:30pm

More information and registration here:

Fox Communities Credit Union to Match Fox Cares Foundation Donations   
Credit union to match up to $25,000 through mid-August


APPLETON, Wis. - Fox Communities Credit Union will match up to $25,000 in donations to the Fox Cares Foundation now through August 14.
Guided by Fox Communities Credit Union and created to help members contribute with confidence, the Fox Cares Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization created to address the areas of fighting hunger, ending homelessness, and providing access to the arts throughout the credit union’s communities.
“For most of us, it’s our expectation that we’ll have food in our cupboards and a warm place to call home, but for some, it is not as simple,” said Bruce Kotarek, President of the Fox Cares Foundation. “Through the donations from credit union members, employees, and the community, the Fox Cares Foundation can reinvest in the communities we serve through grants to local nonprofits who fit our mission.”
In 2021 the foundation raised more than $29,000 in its first fund-matching campaign and has distributed more than $216,000 in grants since 2016. Area nonprofit organizations including Feeding America, Leaven, House of Hope, Cup O Joy, and more have benefited from Fox Cares Foundation.
“While homelessness and hunger are basic needs, the foundation also supports the arts,” said John Wanie, Vice President of Fox Cares Foundation. “Whether it is enjoying an art display, painting, music, or a play, art brings beauty to the community at large.” 
Those interested in donating to the foundation’s matching campaign (through August 14) can visit foxcares.org. Nonprofit organizations seeking grants to support work aligned with the foundation’s pillars of fighting homelessness, ending hunger, and supporting the arts can begin the application process by emailing foxcares@foxcu.org.
July's Featured Booster Members!