Weekly Newsletter - September 18, 2019
Coffee with the President,

QUICK Tri-Staters! There is a whole lot happening, I feel like Luke Skywalker defending the Millennium Falcon against the Empire Fighters in STAR WARS: "I can't! They're coming in too fast!!!" So many events, invitations, opportunities: we have a packed late Summer and from the looks of it, Fall is BUSY! (Don't worry, Luke survived quite well, and he got the girl!)

First up, please see the dynamite invitation from our friends at Northwest CT Chamber of Commerce - a Business with Breakfast HOSTED by Sharon Hospital and Nuvance Health, and SPONSORED by the United Way, TSC Sponsors and Members, respectively. Please carve out time on Tuesday morning 9/24, for something different! As Anita describes it:  "Every time I attend a United Way event or meeting, I learn of another way their programs and agencies impact our communities."

View our newsletter in your browser (option to do so is always at the bottom) and check out all that is happening this weekend and beyond; wine dinners, gallery shows, live music, indie movies and, my personal fav, SHRED IT days!
See you all out and about!

Jean A. Saliter
Design, Photo/Video, Social Media and Web
Tri-State Chamber of Commerce, President
This Week's Renewed Members
Lakeville Wine & Spirit, LLC
Robain Dionne
336 Main Street
Lakeville, CT 06039
(860) 435-2600
Visionary Computer, LLC
David Maffucci
29 Bissell St.
Lakeville, CT 06039
(860) 435-2211
Sharon Community Foundation Inc.
Ella Clark
63 Main St.
Sharon, CT 06069
(860) 364-1003

Thank YOU to All of our Members,
We truly appreciate your continued support
The United Way of Northwest Connecticut is sponsoring our September Business with Breakfast on the 24 th . Sharon Hospital is graciously hosting the event. We would like to invite all members of the Tri-State Chamber to attend as well. The United Way agencies in the Northwest Corner help so many residents and employees of businesses and the more people who hear the message, the better. 
Author: Bob Teittinen
How to Protect your Patient's Data from a Security Breach
Data breaches can be devastating, and healthcare organizations continue to account for a significant share of reported data breaches. Why? Healthcare facilities carry some of the most sensitive data files, supplying hackers with the intel that has limitless potential to not only effect the health care organization that they have infiltrated, but also the patients involved in the breach. Continue Reading >>
What does TLC really mean when used in Real Estate?
Author: Jennifer Ives-Groebl
If you've ever spent some time on sites like Realtor.com or Zillow.com you've probably come across a house listing or two that states, the property needs some "TLC." We aren't talking about the all women rap group or a TV station, but Tender, Loving, Care. In other words, the property needs some repairs. How much work is needed? Well, there's no definite answer, but it could be a lot. Most homes that state they need TLC, or a little elbow grease typically need more than just a coat of paint or new carpeting.  Continue Reading
The Weekly E-mail Newsletter of Trinity Lime Rock -
September 11, 2019

LEFT:  Pastor Heidi is back! Welcome back from vacation!! There are LOTS more photos in our  Facebook group .).  
If beauty is in the eye of the beholder, then modern women are in luck. Today, women of all ages have access to beauty aids that women of previous generations could only dream of—skin, hair and eye treatments that enhance appearance and promote a sense of self confidence and well-being.
Salisbury Rotary Club News
Those attending Salisbury Rotary Club’s September 17 luncheon at Noble Horizons heard Amy Martinez, Cornwall’s Child Care Center, discuss the challenges she encounters in this profession as they work to  foster social skills in a friendly, family atmosphere, and encourages the involvement of parents, community, and the school. FMI: http://cornwallchildcenter.org
Calling all young chefs to join me in the kitchen!
Moms I am almost at capacity for all classes.
Please email me at  kidstotable@gmail.com  if your chef is interested. The cost is $250 for 10 classes. Not your average cooking class. Kids to Table focuses on empowering our younger generation to make mindful choices trough food while having a blast !
Dafna Mizrahi
52 Main Live Music for September
Tasty tapas, delicious weekly specials, inventive cocktails and LIVE MUSIC every Saturday Night @ 9pm. Never a cover! 52 Main Street, Millerton, NY  

9/21  Josh Driver
9/28  Jon Boyle with  Two For the Show
Historic Festival 38
Lime Rock Park and the Vintage Racer Group (VRG) just announced that the VRG will be joining the Vintage Sports Car Club of America (VSCCA) in co-sanctioning the Historic Festival 38 (HF38) Labor Day Weekend in 2020. Read full story>>
Real time, it took 9 weeks, buckets of sweat and a few tears. See this big-block go from crusty to trusty in under 8 minutes.
Sharon Hospital will host their  Bike Rodeo for Kids  event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, September 28 at Lime Rock Park!
We are excited to partner with Lime Rock during their Scout Day and Fall Finale to offer this family-friendly event for our community. Visitors will enjoy bicycle safety games and agility courses for kids, so bring your wheels! We will also offer bike safety tips and complimentary helmet fittings while supplies last.

Please share at your leisure. For more information, visit  limerock.com/sharonhospitalbikerodeo .
We hope to see you there!
Scoville Programs September: Grand Canyon, Super Bugs, Sharon Charde Poetry, Medicare, Congressional Office, Recipe for Business Success
Are you looking for a comfortable place to work outside your home? Do you need a space to have a meeting or to cowork? Come to Scoville Memorial Library at 38 Main Street in Salisbury and check out the work spaces in our beautiful building. The Library has high speed wifi, printers, copiers, scanners, coffee and an old-fashioned fax machine.  We have a Tech Room with seating for six, teleconferencing and a MiniMac computer with a 54” monitor, perfect for presentations. We also have the Oak Room, which seats 10-12 around a round table. This is a beautiful historic room with an ornate ceiling and lots of natural light. Either room may be reserved. For more information, call the Library at 860-435-2838 or email Claudia Cayne at ccayne@biblio.org To learn more about the Library, including our hours, visit www.scovillelibrary.org .   We also have a variety of spaces with tables and chairs throughout the library for more informal working, relaxing or coworking spaces.  
CROP Walk is Coming!

The 36 th Northwest CT Crop Hunger Walk is Sunday Sept 29, 2019, 1:00PM at Housatonic Valley Regional High School. Tri-State Chamber members can make a difference in alleviating food insecurity for our neighbors in need. Corner Food Pantry (Lakeville); Fishes and Loaves (Canaan); La Comida de Vida (Amenia Union); Northeast Community Center (Millerton), and local church emergency food vouchers are just some of the local hunger programs that received almost $8000 from last year’s walk. Let’s try to top that in 2019! Please: form a team, underwrite expenses, or donate on-line! Visit https://www.crophungerwalk.org/fallsvillagect / or contact Tri-State Chamber Member Trinity Church Lime Rock (Rev. Heidi Truax) 860-435-2627 for more info. 
John Harney
860 921 7910 |  860 921 7910
jharney@wpsir.com   |  
19 Main Street, Salisbury, CT 06068
Opening Friday, Sept. 13
The Moviehouse
48 Main Street, Millerton, NY 12546

What's Going, What's Staying, What's New & Special Events
The Goldfinch
2:29hrs, R
Cast:  Ansel Elgort, Oakes Fegley, Aneurin Barnard, Finn Wolfhard, Sarah Paulson, Luke Wilson, Jeffrey Wright, Nicole Kidman
Director:  John Crowley
Screenplay:  Peter Straughan

The film adaptation of Donna Tartt’s globally acclaimed best-selling novel, which won the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction and the Andrew Carnegie Medal for Excellence in Fiction. Theodore “Theo” Decker was 13 years old when his mother was killed in a bombing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The tragedy changes the course of his life, sending him on a stirring odyssey of grief and guilt, reinvention and redemption, and even love.