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Monday, August 14, 2017

Winfield Area Chamber of Commerce 
Keeping You Informed!

The Winfield Area Chamber of Commerce is a local chamber without ties to either the Kansas or the U.S. Chambers of Commerce.  We believe that being independent allows us the best opportunity to serve our members with an unbiased approach to issues that are important to the local communities where we serve. 

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The Chamber would like to send out a huge THANK YOU to all who volunteered for and supported our dinner & auction on Friday night! It was a huge success due to the amount of effort and creativity our volunteers put forth for the event. Check out next week's Enterprise for more pictures and fundraising results.


Viking Teacher Rally

We would like to invite members of the community and chamber businesses to join us for a teacher rally on Wednesday, August 16 at 9:00 am outside the High School auditorium.  This will take place after opening convocation.  Please plan to meet at the auditorium at 8:45.  Wear your Viking gear!


Lunch Bites Series

The Winfield Chamber will again be hosting a series of presentations by area leaders giving updates on the community. Please mark your calendars for the following dates. Cost to attend each luncheon is $10. All are held at noon at the  Winfield Chamber office, 123 E. 9th Ave.

August 31 - State of Higher Education
presentations by Southwestern College President, Dr. Brad Andrews and Cowley College President, Dr. Dennis Rittle

October 5 - State of the County
presentation by a county commissioner

To RSVP, email or call 221-2420. If you would like to attend a Lunch Bites presentation but do not plan to eat, please RSVP and let us know so we can be sure to have adequate seating available.


102.5 The River is offering $300 in FREE advertising to new Chamber members!!  (Some restrictions apply)

Anyone that is interested in joining the Winfield Chamber can apply on our website or stop by the office at 123 E. 9th Ave. to pick up a membership packet.


Chamber Activities This Week

Winfield Main Street Board Meeting
Monday, August 14, noon, Chamber office

Executive Committee Meeting
Monday, August 14, 4:00 PM, Chamber office

Rally for Teachers after USD 465 Opening Convocation
Wednesay, August 16, approximately 9:00 AM, Winfield High School Auditorium 

Upcoming Chamber Activities

Chamber Board Meeting
Monday, August 21, Noon, Chamber office

Convention & Tourism Funding Review
Wednesday, August 23, 1:00 PM, Chamber office

Chamber Coffee & Ribbon Cutting for new coffee shop 
hosted by Southwestern College
Thursday, August 24, 10:00 AM, Deets Memorial Library

BEST Committee Meeting
Thursday, August 24, 3:00 PM, Chamber office

YP Disc Golf for Beginners
Thursday, August 24, 5:30 PM, Cherry Street Park

Community Events Calendar:  

Vacation Bible School "Cave Quest"
August 13-17, 5:30 PM, GracePointe Assembly of God, 902 E. 7th

K&O Steam & Gas Engine Show
August 18-20, Winfield Fairgrounds, 1105 W. 9th Ave.

GracePointe Back to School Bash
Friday, August 18, 5:30 PM, GracePointe Assembly of God, 902 E. 7th

WCT presents "Hello Dolly"
Friday & Saturday, August 18-19, 7:30 PM, $9, Winfield Community Theatre, 1500 E. 8th Ave.
Tickets available at the Winfield Chamber, 123 E. 9th

Walnut Valley Farmers Market
Saturday, August 19, 7:30 AM, Parking lot West of Winfield Aquatic Center

Ladies Night at Get Branded
Saturday, August 19, 5:00 PM, Get Branded, 919 Main St.

Saturday, August 19, Doors @ 7:00 PM, Show @ 8:00 PM, $20/car, Wheat State Wine Co., 23622 Springhill Farm Dr.

News from Chamber Members

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Sale at Gottlob Lawn & Landscape

Check out our monthly sales!! For the entire month of August, Gottlob Lawn and Landscape is offering the following sale on all plants, shrubs and trees:
$5 off $25
$15 off $50
$25 off $75
$35 off $100
$100 off $250
Every day plant program
Take advantage of our discount program.  We are pleased to offer a 10% discount for plant orders of five or more of the same plant variety and size.  This discount price can be combined with other offers and is for all trees, shrubs, perennials and grasses. 
Give us a call and we can get it ordered at this discounted price.  
*Sale prices valid for current inventory only. Good thru August 2017.
 Special offers can not be combined.




Eagle Nest Inc. Coordinating Donations of School Supplies.
Eagle Nest Inc. is a faith-based, non-profit, 501(c)(3) charitable organization with goal of improving the well-being of women living in poverty.  The primary purpose of Eagle Nest Inc. is to help women identify problems and opportunities that keep them from reaching their full potential and enriching the lives of their children.  Eagle Nest Inc. is now accepting donations for school supplies.  The supplies are being distributed to families and schools in our community.
We are excited to serve as a hub to coordinate these gifts.  By centralizing the donations from the many willing and giving people in our area, we can streamline collection and distribution to make sure every student has a successful start to the school year. Supplies can be dropped off at Eagle Nest's storefront office at 112 E 9th in Winfield Tues-Fri from 10-4. Monetary donations can be mailed to Eagle Nest and marked "school supplies" on the memo line. Citizens Bank, Millington Street Baptist, Grace United Methodist and First United Methodist are also drop off locations.  So far this year 40 families have received their necessary supplies, we expect approximately 60 more before school starts the third week in August and approximately 15 more after school starts, we also supply teachers in the area throughout the year.
Anyone in need of school supplies may call 229-8282 for an appointment. 





The Winfield Soroptimist Club is selling cookbooks at a cost of only $20.  There are over 450 recipes included.
Books may be purchased at the Winfield Union State Bank at 9th and Main.


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Winfield Area Chamber of Commerce
123 E. 9th Avenue
P.O. Box 640
Winfield, KS 67156
Ph: 620-221-2420
Fax: 620-221-2958
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