Volume 13 | Issue 9

Chamber Connection

Welcome our newest Chamber Members!

Register for the upcoming workshops here.

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, Sept 6, 2022-10:00am

Tuesday, Sep 13, 2022 - 10:00am


Gather more information on classes and opportunities and available and register on Navarino Nature Center's website.

We are so excited to announce that our 2022 back-to-school clothing resource served 723 STUDENTS! This opportunity to serve local students wouldn't have been possible if it wasn't for our volunteers, donors, community partners, followers, and local students and families. Thank you all for another successful year of sending students home with brand-new back-to-school clothes!

If you are a student or family that attended this year's clothing resource, we encourage you to take our short survey here!

We want to hear what you have to say!

View open sponsorship opportunities for this event here.

Come to our open house Wednesday September 14th 4pm-8pm for brats, tours, and games!

Shining a Light into the Future

Organizers of the Clintonville Area Foundation’s 12th Annual fundraiser event, October 15 at Clintonville Riverside Golf Club, are busy putting all the pieces together for the event. As in recent years the Foundation opted for a casual gathering event, and the theme is Light Up the Night, Shine a Light Into The Future.

The evening will start at 6 pm and will include cocktails, strolling dinner with several stations, including abundant appetizers and desserts. In addition, a silent auction will be held with several quality items being offered. Attendees may dress in casual attire.

“A lot needs to happen in the next six weeks for the event to assure a success,” .said Clintonville Area Foundation Chairperson Lori List. “Fortunately, everything is falling into place nicely, thanks to the hard work of the members of our fund raiser committee. This is a fun event that has a serious purpose: to raise money to help our community,”

“Be sure to stick around for a surprise at the end.”

Following the dinner, the annual Community Hero Award will be presented. The award and accompanying charitable fund were created by Dan Olk, a 1975 graduate of Clintonville High School who works in Ames, Iowa, as a soil biochemist with the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Also, as part of the program, recent benefactors of the Clintonville Area Foundation grants will be recognized.

Reservations are $75 per person, which includes dinner, appetizers and desserts: $45 is tax deductible.  The deadline for registration is Tuesday, October 4, and folks can do so by contacting Lori List at (715) 823-3158. 

View The Full Press Release Here

VFW Post 664 monthly meeting: August 20th 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.

Bear Creek Lions

Congratulations to Lion Mary Behnke, recipient of the Melvin Jones Fellowship Award, and to Lion Bill Klegin, who was named Bear Creek Lion of the Year, both earlier this summer! The Melvin Jones award is one of the highest awards the club can present to someone for humanitarian service. The Lion of the Year Award recognizes outstanding service, loyalty and devotion to Lionism. Mary and Bill are both SO deserving of these special recognitions. Thank you both for what you do to make a difference for the club, in the community and beyond.

Exciting upgrades coming to our Main Street station. We put in a memorial garden to honor of all who have served and given their time to the service. A huge thank you to Tom Jack for helping us design and build, Sue Aschliman for the idea to honor past staff members and improve the look of Main Street, and our staff who put in a full day of hard work building it. A bench will also be placed soon.

Together with Garnish Market, we are excited to share our first annual FALL FEST! 

Bring the entire family - the lot will be full of fun: food, drink, music, shopping with some AMAZING vendors, pumpkins & other fall faves, a flower truck, home decor, candles, a sundae bar, coffee + hot chocolate + hot cider sipping, photo area, clothing & more!

 Mark your Calendars 

When: Friday, October 7th Time: 3-7 PM Where: Brewed. A Coffee Shop

281 S. Main Street

Clintonville Parks & Recreation

Seagrave is hiring! Check out their positions available and apply here.

Check out their video here ↓↓↓


If you or someone you know is looking for an exciting career in the physical therapy world, we are currently hiring! We are hiring physical therapists, physical therapy assistants, and a patient care coordinator in several locations.

Be a part of a team focused on each other and our patients. Everything we do is based on a value system that is shared and exemplified by each team member. The driving principle behind all our actions is the “Wow Philosophy.”

Explore Open Positions Here

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

CEO Phishing Emails are one type of Business Email Compromise in which the fraudster typically aims to:

• Impersonate your CEO with an urgent request to perform a task.

• Request information which may include paying a time-sensitive invoice, an urgent wire transfer, or request you to reply with confidential or personal information.

Clues that it's not your CEO: the email address or signature is not correct, the urgent tone of the email, even grammar errors. Verify the request with information you have on file before acting.

Visit our Security Center for additional resources to help protect your information:

Security Center

Officer Cody Rollin has been selected to be our new K-9 handler for the department. Today Officer Rollin went to Jessiffany Canine Services, LLC to select his new partner. We would like to introduce you to K-9 Thor. Officer Rollin will start in September with 5 weeks of training with Thor. After their training they will be working together in the city.

We want to thank the community for the support over the years with our K-9 units. Our K-9's are funded through generous donations and fundraising efforts.

We hope to have a meet and greet once Officer Rollin and Thor return from training.

August Employee of the month


Help us celebrate our August Employee of the Month!! ✨✨Peyton✨✨

Peyton started with us in December and has gained so much confidence since then. We are so proud of her and can’t wait to see what she accomplishes in the next few years. The thing she likes most about work is being able to spend time with her best friend Morgan who also works here. She is nervous about learning how to drive but excited that she can get herself to work without needing a ride. She also loves snuggling her cat named CheezeIt!

Cap Services is seeking a qualified candidate for the following positions:

Webinar: Personal Finance for College Students

College education is a prime time for young adults to learn about finances and plan for their future. Attendees will learn about credit (how to use it wisely), tools to develop a positive credit history and score, create and manage their own budget, ways to track spending, and options for student loan repayment.

9/13/22 @ 12:30pm OR 9/22/22 @ 7:30pm

More information and registration here:

Fox Communities CU (balancepro.org)

View and Register for upcoming classes here!

September's Featured Booster Members!