Weekly Newsletter - February 27th, 2019
Coffee with the President,

"I love deadlines. I love the whooshing noise they make as they go by!" -Douglas Adams

But I do love deadlines! A marketing professional such as myself has to love deadlines. We have to not only KNOW them, we must embrace them. I like to think of a deadline as my personal fan club: always there for me, cheering, guiding and happily waiting at the end of the marathon to dump sticky orange Gatorade all over me and, win or lose, congratulate me on finishing, period. 
I bring this up because this week's newsletter has a few key  deadline announcements  for advertising opportunities! Our media partners include:

Scroll along below and find one that fits your business or non-profit’s needs! And if you need help with designing your ad, reach out to one of our many talented creatives:
Moore & More Printing 518-789-4508

“A professional who doesn't deliver as committed is not just lazy, he is a liar.” 
― Amit Kalantri,  Wealth of Words

“Wasted strokes, like missed deadlines, are preventable and costly.” 

"Artistic self-indulgence is the mark of an amateur. The temptation to make scenes, to appear late, to call in sick, not to meet deadlines, not to be organized, is at heart a sign of your own insecurity and at worst the sign of an amateur." Harold Prince

Speaking of finish lines, clocks spring ahead Sunday March tenth! Getting closer!

Jean A. Saliter
Events, Design, Photography 
Tri-State Chamber of Commerce, President
Save the Date for our next Business After Hours
Thursday, March 21st, 2019
Hosted by:
14 Church Street, Canaan, CT 06018

Click here to RSVP , required to attend!
Business After Hours:

Among the many great benefits of membership in our Tri-State Chamber of Commerce (TSC) is Business After Hours (BAH).

Held monthly, BAH offers current and potential TSC members the unique opportunity of networking in a relaxed social forum.

BAH also serves as an “open house,” wherein member Hosts have the chance to give a short, informative presentation about their business. Sometimes attendees of BAH are familiar with the Host business and sometimes it is their first introduction. Whatever the case, there is always a sharing of new information! Attendees of BAH are also given the opportunity to inform the group about events happening with their businesses.

BAH is publicized through the TSC weekly Newsletter, via direct invitation, and over social media channels. Average attendance is generally a diverse group of about 50.

Anyone is invited to become a Host, and it’s easy to do! Want to host, but don’t have a store front? Have a store front, but not a lot of time for planning? We can help partner you with a Co-Host!

To plan your BAH, contact Vice President Mary Wilbur via email or phone. You will be helped with the planning, organization and execution of your event, to whatever extent needed.

If you are planning on attending a BAH, it is imperative that you RSVP in a timely manner!!! BAH Hosts put a lot of effort into their events, and need your RSVP to plan accordingly for food and beverage.

Contact Information:
Mary T. Wilbur     480-399-4998           mtw.713chamber@gmail.com

Tri-State Chamber of Commerce – P.O. Box 386, Lakeville, CT 06039 www.tristatechamber.com
This Weeks Renewed Members
Mizza's Pizza Restaurant
Edi Canie
6 Ethan Allen St.
Lakeville, CT 06039
(860) 435-6266

Deano's Pizza
Dean diamond
24 Millerton Rd
Lakeville, CT 06039
(860) 435-2299

Northwest Corner Triad
Mickie Ann Bundy, President
P.O. Box 7
Sharon, CT 06069
Linda Sloane-Program Dir.
45 Lincoln City Rd
Salisbury, CT 06068

The Corner Food Pantry
Mary Taylor
80 Sharon Rd
Lakeville, CT 06039
(860) 435-9886

Petpourri, Inc.
Stephanie or Frank Pellegrino
333 Main St.
Lakeville, CT 06039
(860) 435-8833
Thank YOU to All of our Members,
We truly appreciate your continued support
Mindful Eating Program Starts Soon at
Fairview Hospital
Fairview Hospital will present “Mindful Eating: An Effective Approach To Weight Loss,” a health series held on Thursday evenings from 6:00 -7:30 p.m., beginning on  March 7 and continuing for eight consecutive weeks through Thursday, April 25.   Classes take place in the Conference Room at Fairview Hospital in Great Barrington.  Read more!
Thursday: Burger & Brew Night
$12 Burger, Brew & Fries.
All Night Long.
This Week at Monte's!
Wednesday: Prime Rib Night!
$20 Prime Rib served w Au Jus & 2 Sides.
We highly recommend making reservations.

Lakeville, Connecticut, February 25, 2019/GlobeNewswire…Salisbury Bancorp, Inc. (“Salisbury”), NASDAQ: “SAL”, the holding company for Salisbury Bank and Trust Company (the “Bank”), announced the appointment of a new Executive Officer of the Bank and a change in title for an existing Executive Officer effective February 22, 2019. 

Amy D. Raymond was named Executive Vice President, Chief Retail Banking Officer, CRA Officer. Ms. Raymond, age 47, has served as Senior Vice President, Retail Lending and Commercial Operations, CRA Officer of the Bank since April of 2015. Prior to that, she served as Senior Vice President, Retail Lending and CRA Officer of the Bank from May of 2014 to April of 2015 and as Vice President, Mortgage Origination from May of 2007 to May of 2014. Ms. Raymond holds a BS in Business Management from the University of New Haven. She has more than 18 years of experience in community banking.
Amy Raymond
Elizabeth A. Summerville was named Executive Vice President, Chief Retail and Loan Operations Officer. Ms. Summerville, age 59, has served as Executive Vice President, Chief Retail Officer since May of 2014. Prior to that, Ms. Summerville served as Senior Vice President, Retail Banking from January of 2007 to May of 2014. Ms. Summerville is a graduate of the ABA Compliance Management School, the New England School of Banking, and has received her AIB Applied Banking Certificate. She has more than 40 years of banking experience. Read more!
Betsy Summerville
"I've been known to kiss [them] good night "

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Backyard Chickens
🎯 EHRE Newsletter: Personality, Character, & Soul
It’s the unique mosaic of authenticity that makes a house a home – a coveted collection of memories and inspirations that lie quietly within each keepsake that decorates our most exclusive space. Colder temperatures and more time spent indoors makes winter the ideal time to refresh your sense of creativity – building upon this comforting domestic collage. The Berkshires are surrounded by the arts, including its plethora of antique shops… See our most recent Blog

Author: Jennifer Ives-Groebl
Common Home Buying and Selling Myths Unveiled
When it comes to buying or selling a home, there can be a lot of misconceptions about the real estate process. Friends and family may have advice that's not accurate or no longer valid - whether solicited or not - if you are buying or selling a home, you'll most likely hear some of the myths below: Continue Reading
Wednesday - Sunday: 8-5
Closed: Monday, Tuesday

Stop by and meet Martin of
A Delicious Variety of Artisan Breads
11:00am until 4:00pm
click on image above to view the trailer for "Everybody Knows"
February Essential: Your Real Estate and Lifestyle Concierge Click to read full newsletter!
John Harney
860 921 7910 |  860 921 7910
jharney@wpsir.com   |  
19 Main Street, Salisbury, CT 06068
Reminder Scoville February Events: Connecticut Towns, Get Better Sleep, Lakeville Crucifix, Railroad Barons, Gilded Age Dining, Chinese New Year for kids & more
Scoville March Events: Medical Cannabis, Tree Identification, Bird Watching, Black Bears in CT, Scarbrough on Faulkner, Aryuvedic Health, Inner Peace

Medical Cannabis in Northwest Connecticut: Talks and Panel Discussion

WHO: Michelle H. Seagull Commissioner of the Department of Consumer Protection, Still River Wellness Dispensary, (Torrington) medical cannabis patient Mark Braunstein
WHAT: Presentation and discussion on medical cannabis
W HEN: Thursday March 7 6pm        Snow Date March 21
WHERE: Scoville Memorial Library
WHY:Provide public with information on how the medical marijuana program functions

The Weekly E-mail Newsletter of Trinity Lime Rock

Internship Opportunities at HVRHS Career Experience Program Unpaid Experiential Learning Program (UELP)
The Unpaid Experiential Learning Program is a CT State-sponsored and sanctioned unpaid internship
program for high school students under the age of 18. It allows them to hold unpaid internships in for-profit organizations in the community that have a significant educational benefit.

The U.S.Department of Labor and the courts have created strict criteria for legally permitting an unpaid internship in a for-profit entity. (This applies to college internships as well.) The UELP Program helps to ensure those criteria are met and creates the platform for a work-based educational experience for high school students. Non-profit and civic organizations are exempt from this criteria. The DOL does not want to inhibit volunteer or civic engagement in the community. Read More!
Help Wanted:  Young HVRHS Career Experience Internship Program seeks internship opportunities at local organizations.

HVRHS Career Experience Program is seeking to create job shadow and internship opportunities in both for-profit and non-profit organizations in the local community.

While one-day job shadows are a perfect vehicle to introduce a student to a job or career, internships are a longer-term way for our students to build skills, connect to curriculum, and establish connections in the local community with caring adults working in all kinds of careers. Read more!
Make your advertising 44% more effective

Did you know...
 Adding a promotional product to the media mix increases the effectiveness of other media by up to 44 percent

That's right - adding promotional products makes your advertising way more effective.

Promo products can also draw as many as 500 percent more referrals from satisfied customers than an appeal letter alone.

Those are some big numbers... too big to ignore.

  It's Time to Get NOTICED!
to the  
Presentation of The Henry McLemore Award  
to Sam Posey   
March 4, 2019  
10 a.m. - light snacks and soft drinks  
Lime Rock Park Chalet - Lime Rock Park -
Lakeville, Conn.  
Please RSVP to:
Marlane White,  marlane@limerock.com  or
Judy Stropus,  jstropus@earthlink.net
  Please join us as we celebrate the presentation of the prestigious Henry McLemore Award to our friend, Sam Posey, whose journalistic contributions as an author, feature writer and TV personality in the motorsports world will be recognized.  
Memorial Day Weekend Starts In 100 Days, Time To Start Planning For Trans Am At Lime Rock
The official countdown to Lime Rock Park's Memorial Day Classic begins today with only 100 days remaining until the weekend kicks off on Friday May 24, 2019.

Back by popular demand, the Trans Am Series by Pirelli rolls into Lime Rock for the traditional Memorial Day weekend. Celebrate the red, white and blue with Mustangs, Camaros, Challengers and Corvettes — pure American Muscle . Read more!
Save the Date
Trade Secrets 2019
May 18th & 19th
Rain or Shine

Tickets go on sale April 1, 2019