June 2019    
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Chamber Member Happenings

Everyday things change within a Chamber business. The Chamber Member Happenings section provides members a way to keep up to date about what is happening with their neighbors and at other businesses in Oshkosh and throughout the area.  This month check out news from:

Ascension Mercy Hospital
Bank First
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
von Briesen & Roper, s.c
Shea Electric & Communications, LLC.
Wittman Regional Airport 
Casey's General Stores, Inc.
Oshkosh Area United Way
Oshkosh Farmers Markets
Downtown Oshkosh BID
The Grand Oshkosh
Oshkosh Public Museum
Woodward Radio Group
Appleton International Airport
J.J. Keller & Associates Inc. 

Looking to increase awareness of your organization? J oin us - August 12

Are you looking to increase awareness of your organization? Meet and mingle with local business leaders? Attend the most highly anticipated event of the year!

The Oshkosh Corporation  and Bank First  - Oshkosh Chamber Open is   August 12, 2019 at Lake Breeze Golf Club

Join these businesses in supporting this event!


Golf Cart Sponsor: Lapham - Hickey Steel

Beverage Cart Sponsor: FirstWeber

Putting Green Sponsor:  Sure-Dry Basement Systems, Inc.

Tee Sponsors:

Benefit Advantage
Choice Bank
Cornerstone Processing Solutions, Inc.
Erbert & Gerbert's Sandwich Shop
Horicon Bank
Network Health
Pieper Electric, Inc.
Schwab Legal Group
Stewart Title
Verve, a Credit Union
von Briesen & Roper, s.c.

Hole Sponsors:

A.P. Nonweiler Paint Co./Crescent Bronze 
Canteen Vending
Continental Girbau
Hoffman Planning, Design & Construction Inc.
Oshkosh Marine Supply
Stellar Blue Technologies
Wisconsin Public Service (WPS)

19th Hole Event Sponsors:

La Sure's
Papa John's Pizza
South of the Border
Youngwirth Associates

Livability Oshkosh
National Marketing Announcement

Livability Oshkosh, Wisconsin, an annual print magazine and digital content marketing program, encourages business investment, talent recruitment and relocation by reaching entrepreneurs, site selectors, corporate executives and other talented individuals and families attracted to our quality of life. This is the Oshkosh Chamber of Commerce's primary quality-of-life marketing program for talent attraction. 

Troy Guttormson, our Livability Media representative, will be contacting you soon to discuss how your business can participate in this program and gain year-round exposure to a vital target audience. Contact Troy directly by email, at tguttormson@livmedia.com or phone 701-441-9027.

Add this to your recruitment toolkit! To get copies of the  print magazine, contact the Oshkosh Chamber of Commerce - Joan@oshkoshchamber.com or 920-303-2266.
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Live at Lunch 2019 
Presented by Nicolet National Bank
Become a sponsor of this great community event!

Nicolet National Bank  presents the  Live at Lunch  series for 2019! This year marks the 17th year of bringing the community downtown for a free family-friendly event showcasing some of our best local artists, restaurants, and businesses over the noon hour. 

Joins us in supporting this great community event!

If you're interested in supporting this event contact:
Karlie Schultz at  920-303-2265 ext. 16 or  Karlie@oshkoshchamber.com
Oshkosh Chamber of Commerce is Looking to Add to our Board of Directors
Are you interested in serving on the Board of Directors for the Oshkosh Chamber of Commerce or know someone that demonstrates leadership in our community and would make a great addition to our board?

Submit your nominations for the Oshkosh Chamber Board of Directors by email to John Casper at  John@oshkoshchamber.com. for consideration.

To be considered all nominations must be submitted by 5 p.m. on June 7, 2019.

Lakeside Animal Hospital  has a long and rich history in Oshkosh. Founded in 1983,  Lakeside is committed to providing the most advanced diagnostic and treatment options available to its clients' pets.  Lakeside's goal is to actively involve the owners of the patients in making informed decisions about the healthcare and well being of their pets. Lakeside believes owners are a key component in this integrated approach for maintaining a healthy and happy pet, which also serves to strengthen the human-animal bond. 

Lakeside Animal Hospital offers the following services: preventative care, in-house tests, a variety of surgical services, imaging and diagnostic  and in- hospital  services. They also offer online ordering of a variety of animal food and health supplies. Learn more at www.lakesideanimalhospitaloshkosh.com
Leadership Oshkosh 
Class of 2019 Graduation

Forty students graduated on May 23, from the Oshkosh Chamber of Commerce Leadership Program held at The Waters. The program was started in 1989 by the Oshkosh Chamber of Commerce to help people in the community grow and develop. This year marks the 30th program year! 1044 people have graduated from the Leadership Oshkosh program.
Leadership Oshkosh is a nine-month program that provide current and emerging leaders with information about the community's opportunities and challenges. The program brings together a diverse group of individuals who, at the end of the program, are better equipped to make key decisions affecting their own organizations, the community and themselves. During the program, participants serve as adjunct members of various boards and committees throughout the community

In addition, the class of LO 2019 raised $14,200 in support of the Community for Hope a local organization that works to prevent suicide. During graduation, the c lass members presented a check of $14,200 to Debbie Peters, executive director from the Community for Hope.
"On behalf of Community for Hope, I wish to extend our deepest gratitude to your entire group for their hard work and dedication raising funds to prevent suicide, provide intervention and grief support services for Winnebago County," stated Peters.

Community for Hope is a non-profit, 501 (c) 3 organization, formed over 18 years ago, with a mission of suicide prevention, intervention and grief support. Community for Hope is the sole agency serving Winnebago County for these purposes. 

Project G.R.I.L.L. Celebrations
Oshkosh West and Oshkosh North High Schools
This month Oshkosh West and Oshkosh North High Schools unveiled the newest designs of working fire pit/grills at outside celebrations.

Oshkosh North
Oshkosh North High School technical education students unveiled a stainless charcoal grill that looks like a tool chest.  Members from Muza Metal Products design engineering, and manufacturing teams worked with the Oshkosh North High School manufacturing technical education class to build the grill during the second semester. Muza's HR department presented to students what they look for in future employees. Read more...

Oshkosh West
Members from Oshkosh Corporation's design, engineering, and manufacturing teams worked with the Oshkosh West High School manufacturing technical education class to build fire pit/grills during the second semester. The prototype of the actual grill was designed by an Oshkosh North High School engineering youth apprenticeship student during his youth apprenticeship with Oshkosh Corporation. Read more...

What is Project G.R.I.L.L?
The grill is an extension of Project G.R.I.L.L. (Growing Readiness in Learning and Leading) an educational partnership between a manufacturer and high school that strives to provide students with skills such as design, budgeting, welding and assembly during the building of the grills.
Business After Hours - June 13
 Bare Bones Brewery
Amplify Oshkosh 
Celebration Event - June 19

Join us as we share our accomplishments, recognize our sponsors, and talk about the future of Amplify Oshkosh. Appetizers, beverages, and DJ entertainment provided. Test your knowledge at Amplify Trivia to win prizes!
Oshkosh Chamber Monthly Events & 
Ribbon Cuttings
June 18 at Waite Rug Place

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UPCOMING - June Ribbon Cuttings:
Casey's General Store -  June 7 @ 9 a.m.
2322 Jackson St, Oshkosh, WI 54901

May Ribbon Cuttings:
Survivor Nutrition - May 1
2332 Jackson Street

Olive & Rose Boutique - May 10
415 N Main St

Waterfest 2019 Concert Announcements

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New Members

L12 Properties LLC
Main Contact: Jason LaPlante
448 W. 7th Avenue, Oshkosh
(262) 364-8082

Blades & Boards - Hatchet Throwing
Main Contact: Rachel Rowell
2283 State Road 44, Oshkosh
(715) 771-9747

Dale Hotovec - State Farm Insurance Agent
Main Contact: Dale Hotovec
206 W. 12th Avenue, Oshkosh
(920) 233-0200

Jan-Pro of Northeast Wisconsin
Main Contact: Dan Feldner
18 W. Main Street, Ste. A, Chilton
(920) 838-4332

Winnebago County Fair Association
Main Contact: Mike Dumke
2892 Ruschfield Drive, Oshkosh
(920) 685-3013
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