Weekly Newsletter - Sept. 16, 2020
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Members, please send your news, updates and photos to newsletter.tsc.news@gmail.com so we can share with the Tri-State community.

Together, we are #TriStateStrong!

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The Tri-State region is on a path to fully reopening and the Chamber is here to better connect our commerce and our community. Together, we can show our strength!

Thank you to our amazing SPONSORS!

To become a SPONSOR please contact Jean Saliter at treasurer@tristatechamber.com

Tis the season at Paley’s Farm Market!
Local Sports Venues Continue To Raise Money For Charity
About a mile off Kennedy Drive in Torrington is perhaps the best-kept secret around. Every Sunday from spring through the end of October the Foothills BMX complex is a beehive of activity as youngsters swarm the 1/5 mile track to compete in BMX racing.

This past Sunday, over 150 kids registered to take part in a BMX event to raise funds for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Upcoming fundraisers include high school scholarships and the McCall Center for Behavioral Health.

Foothills BMX is just one of the hundreds of venues raising money for over 350 area non-profits through sports-related fundraisers. You can find them at sportingAcause.com.
For decades when wine and wineries were discussed, thoughts turned to Italy and France, Sonoma County and Napa Valley. But the northern part of the country—Connecticut, the Berkshires, and Dutchess County—offer a plethora of wineries as well. The United States has become the largest single consumer of wine on the planet thanks to the success of so many of its vineyards.

More good weather allowed the Salisbury Rotary Club to again meet outside, with social distancing, on the lawn of Club President Peter Fitting’s Salisbury home for its 9/15 meeting. Discussion continued on needing to raise money in order for the club to continue doing its “good works” locally & globally.
Herrington's Is Hiring, Offering Fall Savings
Full time openings are available for: Contractor Sales Representative, Counter Sales Representatives, Assistant Dispatch Manager, Millwork Purchasing Specialist, Seasonal Yard Workers, Kitchen-Bath Designer/Sales Rep., LBM Buyer, Yardworker/Load Coordinator, Yard Sales, Drivers, CDL Drivers, Receptionist and Part-Time Custodians. Full time employees enjoy benefits including health, dental and vision insurance, as well as 401k, paid vacation and more!
Herrington's stores are open to foot traffic, delivery orders and curbside pick-up. Find their current special offers, tool of the month, featured products and more by visiting Herringtons.com.
Geer Village Is Now Accepting Applications For New Residents
September Drive In LineUp! Click image for details!
All Events:
Gates open: 6:00 pm
Introductions: 7:15 pm
Film start: 7:45 pm
Tickets: $50 per car
Ticket proceeds benefit The Moviehouse
Patio Bar will be open + Dinner will be available from JP Gifford for pre-order and pick up at the events.
The library is now open by appointment from 10-5 Tuesday through Friday and from 10-4 on Saturdays. Appointments may be made by phone, 860-435-2838, or email at scovlibn@bibliio.org.
Tuesday, Sept. 22 7 - 8 pm 
Learn how to use professional coaching strategies to help your children develop focus, organization, and resilience in school – whatever your version of school looks like right now. This will be an introduction to coaching strategies, language, and some of the signs that your child may need your help.
Upcoming Virtual Events From The Library:
Zoom Story time with Miss Molly
Wednesdays at 10:45 am 
Story time for toddlers and preschool aged children focuses on a different theme through stories and singing!

Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday mornings at 9:30 am
This is open to everyone - no experience required. The group will sit in silence for a period and there will be an opportunity to reflect on the practice.

Therapeutic Movement & Breath Class led by Suzanne Mazzarelli, Yoga Therapist
Thursdays September 10 - October 9 at 10:30 am
A sampler of gentle somatic movement, Yoga, Qi Gong and more! No experience necessary. This class is easily adaptable for people of all ages and ability levels.
 It's Crop Walk Time!!  
This year it's a virtual crop walk. You can walk with a group (two are currently available) or on your own -- and you can certainly make a donation to support the Trinity Lime Rock team!  More information and the link to sign up to walk or to donate are below. 
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