Weekly Newsletter - January 8, 2020
Coffee with the President,

Tri-Staters! Please forgive me, I have been under the weather, all the weather, for a few weeks, here. I am on the mend and anxious to start the new year, albeit a week or two late...
In the meanwhile, here are s few gems from our region through the 2019 seasons. Enjoy!
Tri-State Chamber of Commerce
Annual Meeting
Thursday, January 16th, 2020
Please join us for our Annual Meeting 2020.

A members only event to review and vote on: 2020 proposed slate of officers and directors 2020 budget proposal 2019 Year In Review, looking ahead to 2020 initiatives, and more! 

Beer, wine and food provided by our SPONSORS 
and Hosts at Geer Village! 

SNOW DATE: Jan 23, 2020

2020 Proposed Slate of Officers
and Directors
Mary Wilbur - President
Jean Saliter - Treasurer
Marie Castagna - Director-Interim Secretary
Linda Robertson - Director
Danielle Stevenson - Director
Marlane White - Director
Hosted by:
77 South Canaan Rd
Canaan, CT 06018

*Event will be held in the Hollenbeck Room upstairs!
Please Welcome New Member

JP Gifford
Michael Moriarty
19 West Main St.
Sharon CT 06069
Renewed Members

Northwestern Mutual Life
John Morris
326 Albany Turnpike, Rte 44
Canton, CT 06019

Advanced practice registered nurse joins Sharon Hospital Medical Practice
Sharon, Conn. — January 6, 2020 —  An advanced practice registered nurse born and raised in the northwest corner is the latest addition to Sharon Hospital Medical Practice’s primary care office in Sharon.
“I became a nurse practitioner to help patients develop a positive relationship with their bodies and realize they have a choice to care for themselves,” said Rebecca Malone, who has lived in Sharon for 30 years. “It is important that our communities grow up healthy, and I have the privilege to educate and promote healthy lifestyles to patients.
Malone has 10 years of experience and treats patients of all ages. Her areas of interest include pediatrics, adolescent and women’s health, family medicine and the treatment of substance use disorder, anxiety and depression. Read more!
Author: Paul McLaughlin
Want to be more positive in 2020, Start using these phrases in the workplace
Have you noticed that smiling (and yawning) are contagious, and not just when passing someone in the grocery store or holding the door open at your local coffee shop, but at the workplace too? We spend so many hours of our lives at work and with our coworkers, often more than we do with our families and friends. In general, people tend to gravitate towards positive and happy people and avoid the grumpy and negative people. If you've made a resolution this year to rid yourself of negativity and be more positive, here are some awesome phrases you can start using in the workplace to help show your appreciation, encouragement, and even trust in others. Management role not required to use these! Continue Reading
Thanksgivings for Life and Love

Spanish and Latin American Secular and Sacred Music

Crescendo’s February 1 and 2 concerts, Thanksgivings for Life and Love , illustrate a parallel between spiritual issues set to music by Spanish Renaissance masters, and social justice and human rights matters expressed musically in a merging of folklore themes, popular songs and classical contemporary works by famous 20 th century Latin American composers. Read more!
Tasty tapas, delicious weekly specials, inventive cocktails, LIVE MUSIC every Saturday Night @ 9 pm. And, don't forget our Sunday Brunch.

1/4  Chris Shamkin Trio
1/11  Sam & Leo
1/18  Tom Scarola
1/25  Mark Yard
Kyle Busch Settles Into IMSA
Reigning NASCAR Cup Series Champion Discusses Differences
In his final media availability of the Roar Before the Rolex 24 at Daytona International Speedway, reigning NASCAR Cup Series champion Kyle Busch discussed the differences he has experienced in braking and passing etiquette during his weekend in a sports car.
Warren is a quiet little enclave, so pastoral that one can drive through it and barely register its presence, other than as a beautiful setting for a hillside church towering over the intersection of routes 45 and 341.

Your Trinity Update for January 1, 2019

The Weekly E-mail Newsletter
of Trinity Lime Rock- click here to read!
January Scoville programs and events: Getting Rid of Stuff, Military Drones, Community Poetry, Therapeutic exercise, Too Much Plastic

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Lakeville, CT – December 30, 2019 – Salisbury Bank has partnered with Scoville Memorial Library and the Entrepreneurial Center of Northwest Connecticut to offer a free seminar: Taxation Planning and Strategies for Small Business Startups.
This seminar will take place on
Wednesday, January 15, 2020* (Part 1) and
Wednesday, January 22, 2020* (Part 2)
6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Scoville Memorial Library
38 Main Street
Salisbury, CT 06068
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