Weekly Newsletter - June 10, 2020
Murphy Open Outings!
Special thanks to The Links at Unionvale for hosting three foursomes of Murphy Open stalwarts! Stay tuned for more pics and stories, follow us on facebook and instagram!
Members,
Join the Tri-State Chamber’s Walking Team for the Northwestern Connecticut Walk To End Alzheimer’s and join us this Oct. 4 as we walk the track at Lime Rock to help End Alzheimer’s. To join the Tri-State Chamber’s team, visit
http://act.alz.org/goto/tristatechamber and then click on JOIN MY TEAM. You can also start your own team or walk as an individual by visiting http://act.alz.org/walk-northwesternct

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Our beautiful region of small businesses is slowly and safely reopening. It is important to adhere to all guidelines and rules, for employers and customers alike! Each state is a tad different. Please check these resources often for further information specific to reopening:


Phase Two of reopening to begin June 17th, 2020.


Sector-specific reopening Phase Two began June 8, 2020


Mid-Hudson Region to enter Phase Two on June 20th, 2020.

Also, please stay tuned for our upcoming Special Edition on Phase Two, please send your news and updates and photos to newsletter.tsc.news@gmail.com to announce your safety measures, new hours, services or products!
 

Reopening Poll Results are as follows:
Yes, plan makes sense! 52.9%
Not really, plan is too limited! 0%
Not sure, haven’t received enough details! 11.8%
No, plan is too risky! 35.3%
Thank you to all who participated!
Salisbury Farmers Market
Saturdays 10 -1
Begins June 6
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Salisbury Bank and Trust Company Announces Employee Promotions
NECC is Continuing to Respond to the
Needs of Our Community
We continue to be here for our neighbors and community members. Our emergency Food & Supply Pantry is already providing much needed support to families and individuals across our region! 
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Buying a new house is REALLY exciting, but I don't think there are very many people who actually LIKE moving. It's stressful, it's time consuming, and it's a lot of work. However, depending on the time of year, it can be a completely different experience. So, which season is the ideal season to move? We think Summer.
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REOPENING NEWS!

Click the logo to read hotel reopening plans, look at menus and more!
Athletes Eye the Future
by JOHN TORSIELLO

Our children had the rug pulled out from under them in March when the COVID-19 pandemic forced the shutdown of all youth and high school sporting activities in the area.
It was a tough blow for kids involved in sports. The annual symmetry of the sports’ seasons was disrupted and, with that, the predictability of practice and play.
Officials remain optimistic that playing fields and gymnasiums will soon be filled with young people again but, in the meantime, parents can continue to foster a love of athletics in their children, especially important at a time when many young sports friends find it difficult to adjust to a new normal.
Click the image to read Pastor Heidi's sermon from Pentecost Sunday.
Free help with REOPENING SIGNAGE and SYSTEMS!
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