May, 2020
Dear Friends,

My daughter-in-law is a teacher, and her school's motto through this pandemic is to make sure that their students come through all of this Healthy, Happy and Whole. I love this as it truly represents for me, all that I hope for our all of you and for our community!

In an effort to bring some sense of normalcy back to our organization, we are thrilled to get back to providing you with our monthly newsletter!

On Tuesday, May 5 at 1:00 pm, we will be co-sponsoring an interactive webinar presented by the Washington-Ozaukee Health Department. I would encourage you to join us at this event. The Washington-Ozaukee Public Health Department (WOPHD) released the “Blueprint for Reopening Washington and Ozaukee Counties” on April 21st. The Blueprint provides broad guidance for reopening the economy safely and incrementally after Governor Evers’ Safer at Home order is lifted. This corresponding FAQ document provides industry-specific recommendations and check-lists for businesses and organizations to implement as appropriate for their individual needs. The Blueprint and FAQ are “living” documents that will continue to develop over time. The WOPHD is looking for feedback from the all of you for the purpose of further development of these guidelines.

Your Chamber staff really misses seeing all of you, and look forward to being able to all be together soon, Again, I know that we are all working towards a community that is Healthy, Happy and Whole!

Sincerely ,

Grafton Chamber Executive Director

Washington-Ozaukee Public Health Department Webinar
Tuesday, May 5 th

Mother's Day
Sunday, May 10 th

Memorial Day
Monday, May 25 th

Flag Day
Sunday, June 14 th

Father's Day
Sunday, June 21 st

ONCE Breakfast
Wednesday, June 24 th

Independence Day
Saturday, July 4 th

Start of Farmers Market
Thursday, July 9 th

Labor Day
Wednesday, June 3 rd

Annual Meeting & Awards Dinner
Thursday, September 10 th

Please Click Here For Live Links
To Register:
Blueprint & FAQ Document:
Disease/Blueprint-FAQ WOPHD website:
We have created a Covid-19 Update page as a resources for chamber members, businesses, and community members to access. You'll be able to find information regarding updated hours and policies about restaurants & bars, medical services, retail, attractions, hospitality and financial institutions in Grafton.

Furthermore, this provides a central hub to helpful links from state and federal officials regarding tax credits, small business loans, Covid-19 F&Q's and so much more. Click on the button to access the Covid-19 Updates website.
-Join Us In The Light It Blue Campaign-

Join the  Grafton Area Chamber of Commerce,, the Village of Grafton - Department of Public Works and the Village of Grafton in honoring frontline and essential workers through the Light It Blue campaign each week. Share your display pictures on Facebook and remember to tell us about your post so we can share it! Send a message to to share your Light It Blue display. Here's a look at just a few ways Chamber members are showing their support in Ozaukee County.
Aurora Health Care, Grafton WI
Grafton Area Chamber of Commerce
Portal, Inc.
The Providence Place, Grafton
Bridge Street Dam, Village of Grafton
-Grafton Together Signs-

Chamber member PostNet is selling these #GraftonTogether signs. These yard signs are $18 each and $2.50 from each sign sold will be donated to Chamber member Family Sharing.
Stop in and get one while supplies last- call to order 262-377-6405.
-Chamber Member Businesses-

 Please take the time to complete our survey regarding this year's Ladies Night Out event, which is scheduled for Tuesday, August 4th, 2020. Please click the link below and complete the survey. We greatly appreciate your time and input.
-Chamber Members and Employees-

Are you 50 and under and looking for a FREE group to network in the Grafton area?!

See the flyer below and share with your coworkers and friends to enjoy
" a Casual Environment!"
From Our Chamber Members
Aurora Health Care is celebrating the Golden Hour Unplugged from May 4th through 10th, 2020. Check out their flyer for tips and ideas on how you can unplug from screens and devices for one hour after dinner each day.
Mica Meunier Lawrence Agency, LLC is open for business, but is not seeing visitors in-person at the office at this time. We are meeting with clients via phone or Zoom
technology. Office hours are Mon-Thurs 8 a.m.- 5 p.m., Fri 8 a.m. -
3 p.m. Evenings and Weekends are by appointment only.
Carters Salon will be adding Sundays and Mondays to our regular business hours (only for a few weeks), once we are allowed to re-open. We will need to take more time to sanitize in-between guests and we will not be able to use a blowdryer to style you. All guests will be required to come alone and wear a mask. We have many new procedures to follow. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and for more information as it becomes available.
Crescendo Wealth Management has a helpful sheet with information on how you can watch out for Coronavirus Scams related to economic impact payments, fraudulent treatments, phishing scams, vaccinations, and home test kits. View their form with information here.
Ozaukee Economic Development has postponed its Annual Outreach event to August. Please check out this flyer for further details on the event that has been moved to Wednesday, August 26th, 2020.
Ozaukee Family Services office may be closed, but staff continue to work from home to support our clients. We are providing counseling services via phone. We are checking in with our senior clients and assisting them with essential services such as shopping for necessities like groceries and supplies. We continue to provide support to families in our PAT (Parents as Teachers), Family Steps and CST (Coordniated Services Team) Programs. We will continue to do our best to support our clients and community by providing essential services while following health guidelines and maintaining social distancing. If you need to reach us, please call 262-377-7774 and leave a message. Or e-mail us at
For Parents and ChildrenBlues
We've added a Parents As Teachers Corner to help navigate through being home and finding activities to do with your children. in addition to a list of fun learning activities that can be done at home, there are also several mini-Let's Play to Learn sessions. Each one has a theme and includes links to things such as read aloud books, sing-along songs, games, art projects and/or activities. New sessions are addeed each week so check back often:
Portal, Inc. Although Fish Day 2020 has been cancelled including the traditional Fish Day Run Walk, but we are taking the Portal Run, Walk and Roll virtual! The Can't Stop at 55- Portal Run, Walk and Roll will be offering a wide variety of running, walking, and bicycling opportunities for individuals to participate in while supporting Portal, Inc. during the month of July. More details will be announced in the very near future!