Volume 12 | Issue 9

Chamber Connection
The Chamber is accepting vendor applications for the 12th Annual Fall Frenzy! If you would like to participate in this event please download an application from our website here or stop down to the Chamber office during business hours.
Thursdays, 3pm-6:30pm
"It’s a very special day at 40 South Main as we celebrate not one but two work anniversaries. These two are a blessing to not only our community and customers but to me personally and professionally. They know how to work hard and they bring laughter to the office everyday. I can’t imagine my life without these two in it so it’s fitting their start dates are the very same day. Alex you have been my calming force and Natalie you were the missing piece I had been looking for! I love you both to pieces. Cheers to Alex for 6 years and Natalie for 1. May we never know life without each other!!"
-Kelly Trebus
Teachers and staff of Rexford Longfellow School after the first day!
Teachers and staff of Clintonville High School! Welcome Back!
It's September and that means it's time for a new adult craft! This month we have DIY Sharpie Mugs. Each kit contains everything you need to decorate your own mug! Supplies are limited, so stop in soon for your kit before they are gone!
Are you new to photography and want to learn more about how to take a good photograph? Do you own a camera or a phone? If so, then come on out to Navarino Nature Center on Thursday, September 9th, 2021 for a photography workshop and hike! Participants will be engaged in learning and discussion about the basics of working your camera, great nature photographers and what makes their photographs great, and how to set yourself up to take a good photograph out in nature during a walk around the wildlife area. Space is limited.
Fee: Members: $5, Non-Members: $10 
Calling all crafters and DIYers! We are looking for vendors for our ArtFest happening November 13th from 9am to 2pm.
If you are interested in being a vendor, please fill out the application on our webpage, https://www.navarino.org/art-fest-2017 and mail it in with payment. Confirmation email will be sent letting you know your spot is reserved!
Let other crafters and DIYers know about this great opportunity to show off their talents!
We hope you will consider supporting our ArtFest this November!
View classes and times online here.
Clintonville Historical Society
The display has lots of memorabilia of our local police force and also stories of crimes committed in Clintonville throughout the years. This display will be shown on September 6th (Labor Day) and Sept.19th from 1-4 p.m.  
The "Cops & Crime in Clintonville" display will be shown through November 2021.
The Museum on Main open hours will switch to the first Sunday of the month beginning Oct. 3 and continue through May of 2022 from 1-4 p.m.  
The History House Museum on 11th Street will also be open Sept. 6, Labor Day from 1-4 p.m. It will be closed from October to May of 2022. Summer schedules for both museums will be listed later. 
Support your local museums - stop by and enjoy our history! 
The Clintonville Lions welcome its newest members -- Donna and Tom Lederer. Years ago they were members of the Club and now have chosen to become members once again.
Lion Lynn Didier sponsored Donna and Lion Bob Didier sponsored Tom.
Lions Lowell Easley and Tom Lederer answered the call for usher help extended to Lions by the Phoenix Players. They ushered the Phoenix's 7:00 p.m. Saturday under-the-tent performance of "Seussical The Musical" in W.A. Olen Park. This was the second of two shows Saturday.
Photos by : Lion Lowell Easley.
We will be hosting a brat fry fundraiser at the Clintonville Farmer's Market! Menu: Brat, chips, and bottled water.
Stop down, say Hi, and support our club in efforts to give back to our community.
You're Invited 
Clintonville Area Foundation Hosts Share Day at Culver's
Thursday, September 16, 2021 
10 am - 10 pm
Culver's - Clintonville
Join the Clintonville Area Foundation to raise funds for community efforts! 
And that's a wrap on the clothing! A New Day Clothing Resource ended their AMAZING new clothing Summer by donating almost $3,000.00 worth of NEW P.E. clothes to the High School so ALL students are ready to rock P.E. this year!!!!! Thanks to everyone that made this such an amazing experience for Students in our District!!!!!
At the end of another busy week, Shannon Tremper shows up with another round of amazing and generous donations! I am always humbled by our Community's commitment to our local families! Thank you Sunshine and Her Oil's Team for sharing your talents and passion!
Amazing things happening here at The CCC! We are so excited to announce Leah Wojnowiak will be our Executive Director starting Sept 1st!!! Leah Wojnowiak has been literally destroying it as one half to our dynamic duo rocking The Nutrition Mission (along with Sophie Forbes) and now she will be bringing her passion and heart to all that we do here!!!! Send Leah some love in the comments below and feel free to stop in anytime!
Aug 16th - Our guest at this week's meeting was Emily Grosskruetz, Clintonville Area Chamber of Commerce's recently hired executive director. Emily (right) has roots in Clintonville and has lived here with family since 2005. She is getting immersed in the many Chamber of Commerce programs and events.
Emily was the guest of Rotarian Jodi Behnke (left).
Pictured are Clintonville Rotary Club President Jason Hornung (left) and Rotary District 6220 Assistant Governor Trey Foerster of Iola (right).
Aug 23 - Our club hosted a special guest at this week's meeting. Balakuntalam Sridhar (center) of Appleton was named Rotary District 6220 Governor this year. Sridhar spoke about how his Rotary journey began back in India and how he plans to pursue this year's Rotary goal to Serve to Change Lives.
Sridhar is a Management Professor (Emeritus) at UW Oshkosh where he taught corporate strategy, international business and leadership for over 30 years. He served as a senior executive in multinational corporations for eight years and was a consultant and trainer for Fortune 500 companies and nonprofits. Sridhar is past president of Rotary Club of Appleton, Rotary Assistant Governor Area 5, founding president of IndUS of Fox Valley, past president of Oshkosh Area United Way and has served on several nonprofit boards.
We will be OPEN on Saturday, September 4th from 9am-3pm and CLOSED on Monday, September 6th for Labor Day.
First State Bank Announces $20 Local School Donation Challenge
First State Bank recently announced it will donate $20 to local schools for every new account opened August 30 through October 8. Eligible new accounts include personal and business checking accounts, savings and money market accounts, certificates of deposit, IRAs, HSAs, loans, mortgages, and credit cards. All loan products are subject to credit approval. When a new account is opened, customers will have the opportunity to choose the local school to which First State Bank will make a $20 donation. The school simply needs to be in, or neighboring, a community where First State Bank is located.
 For more information about the $20 Local School Donation Challenge, stop by First State Bank’s Clintonville office or call (715) 823-6700.
Here we feature our incredible group of 2021 Summer Interns and some of the folks at MBW who made the program possible. To close out our summer together, our bright interns presented the findings of their summer projects. We look forward to continuing to welcome young professionals to the Marion family.
Help us say goodbye to our wonderful summer help! This year we were lucky to have 14 students join our team. Most have never worked for Creative Converting before, however, we did have a few returns of 2, 3, and even 5 years! Below we have a few pictured.
Thank you to all who have helped us out this summer and we hope to see you back again next year!
A&Wesomeness WANTED!!
A&W is looking for fun, friendly and motivated individuals to join our team at A&W Clintonville.
Full time staff averages over $15 per hour!

Fill out app here or print one off at
You may email applications to awclintonville@gmail.com or deliver them to the restaurant.
Barista: Makayla
Good morning I hope everyone is having a wonderful start to their week!
I am a sophomore in college majoring in elementary education!! I get to do school full time and work at this lovely coffee shop as well
One of my absolute favorite things is how we are all one big family. The girls you meet at this coffee shop are some of the most beautiful human beings I have ever met. It truly has been the most amazing experience, and I feel so blessed.
Our regulars and community here are one of a kind! It truly is a wonderful place:)
This Tuesday: Barista Theresa
Hey everyone!! I have been working at the Living Room Coffee Shop for about a year now. You will often see me working on the weekends! I am a Senior in high school and in the future plan to go to school for pre-med and public health!
Over the last year, I have really come to love our customers and forming amazing friendships with my coworkers. Seeing the joy in all of the people is what holds a special place in my heart.
One of my favorite memories from the past year was getting to experience the holiday season working at the coffee shop. It really felt like “The most wonderful time of the year!” I would encourage you to check it out once the holiday season comes around again if you haven’t!! Come stop by so we can see all your smiling faces .
KerberRose was recently ranked within the Top 200 Firms in the nation by INSIDE Public Accounting (IPA). This is the firm’s sixth consecutive year making IPA’s Top Firms lists, and the first year within the Top 200 Firms.

Read the full press release here.
September is Chamber of Commerce Month! Help us in thanking all of our fellow Chamber professionals!
Click the business logo to view more information and apply, unless otherwise instructed below.
Thank you to our September Booster Members!