Monday, July 3, 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.
Happy 4th of July!
The Chamber will be closed on Tuesday, July 4th.
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Things are Really "Popping" in Winfield!
The Winfield Chamber Ambassadors and Board of Directors delivered popcorn to chamber members in June for Business Appreciation Month.
Gloria Ulbrich of RCB Bank and a member of the Ambassador Committee is one of the many volunteers who helped deliver popcorn.
If we missed you during our popcorn deliveries, please stop by the chamber office if you would like a bag of popcorn!
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
or stop by the office at 123 E. 9th Ave. to pick up a membership packet.
Garage Space for Rent
The Chamber's garage is available to rent. If you are interested in renting this space, please contact us at 221-2420 or
Chamber Activities This Week
Chamber Office Closed
Tuesday, July 4
Upcoming Chamber Activities
Legislative Committee Meeting
Tuesday, July 11, Noon, Chamber office
Executive Committee Meeting
Tuesday, July 11, 3:00 PM, Chamber office
Ribbon Cutting for The Lumber Yard Restaurant
Wednesday, July 12, 10:00 AM, The Lumber Yard, 314 W. 8th Street.
YP Board Meeting
Wednesday, July 12, Noon, Burger Junkie, Arkansas City, KS
Chamber Dinner and Auction Committee
Thursday, July 13, 1:00 pm, Winfield Chamber
BEST Committee Meeting
Thursday, July 13, 3:00 PM, Chamber office
Community Events Calendar:
4th of July Celebration - "American Pride"
5:30 - 7:30 PM American Legion Cook out and Games
6:30 - 7:30 PM Musical performance by Utility Bill
8:00 Opening Ceremonies
8:10 Pledge of Allegiance/ Presentation of Colors
8:15 Presentation of School Artwork Winners
8:30 to Dusk Winfield Municipal Band
Sunset is set for 8:54 PM
Winfield City Band Summer Concert Series
Friday, July 7, 7:30 PM, Baden Square Lawn in front of Meyer Hall, 1500 E. 8th Ave.
Walnut Valley Farmers Market
Saturday, July 8, 7:30-11:00 AM, Winfield Aquatic Center parking lot, Southwest of Island Park entrance
Dexter BBQ & 5k Walk/Run
Saturday, July 8, 7:30 AM
News from Chamber Members
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Great things are Happening at Mosaic,
Come be part of the Excitement!
We offer FREE healthcare to
full time staff along with other great benefits.
Positions now available:
Direct Support Supervisor-
Full-time salaried position, will supervise staff for 2-3 homes, which includes a variety of duties: coordination of support services, special events, hiring, scheduling, training, payroll, site safety reviews and other duties as required.
Direct Support Associate-
-PRN, Part-time and Full time Weekend hours
Seeking caring individuals to provide all aspects of support, no certification required, on job training available, C.N.A.'s encouraged to apply
-Positions available for EXPEREIENCED associates with background in autism, specialized behavior management and/or memory care. Certification not required, C.N.A.'s and mental health tech encouraged to apply.
2120 E. 9th Ave, Winfield, Ks 67156
All applicants must be 18, have a valid drivers license and pass background checks.
Mosaic is a faith-based non-profit organization providing a life of possibilities for people with intellectual disabilities. We offer Great Pay, Benefits and Positive work environment and career growth opportunities.
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.
Marquee Begins Peaches Sales
Marquee Performing Arts Center has begun taking pre-orders for renowned western slope Palisade, Colorado peaches. "Area response was fantastic the last two years and the peaches were just flawless and delicious," said Marquee Peaches Coordinator Gary McCutcheon. "Our grower says the peach crop looks great again, and our goal is to sell 1,000 boxes."
Peaches will again be obtained from Noland Orchards, one of Palisade's premier growers. The peaches will be delivered in a refrigerated truck and arrive in Winfield on August 3. Pickup will once again be at the west doors of the Winfield Community Center, Baden Square, 700 Gary St., from 1 p.m. - 8 p.m. on August 3 and from 8 a.m. - 7 p.m. on August 4. To place orders, please contact Gary McCutcheon at 620-218-6516. Information will also be placed on the Marquee Performing Arts Center Facebook page and on the website at
. The last day to order is July 25.
Marquee, Inc., is a 501c3 non-profit effort. The mission is two-fold in nature: first, to preserve and restore the former Winfield Fox Theatre building on Main Street; second, to offer a multi-purpose facility that provides entertainment, education, and cultural events for our community. Profits from peaches sales will go towards the 2017 goal of developing a complete set of architectural drawings and construction documents for the Marquee renovation process.
Job/Career Fairs, Aug. - Dec. 2017
(Please confirm dates before registering)
Summer/Fall University Events:
Washburn University 2017 Fall Career & Graduate School Fair - Topeka, KS - Sept. 13, 2017
Emporia State University Fall Career & Graduate School Fair - Emporia, KS - Sept. 14, 2017
Kansas State All-University Career Fair - Manhattan, KS - Sept. 19, 20, & 21, 2017
Pittsburg State University Majors Career Fair - Pittsburg, KS - Oct. 26, 2017
Wichita State University recruitment events - Wichita, KS -
- Get Hired! - Sept. 7, 2017 - Wichita, KS - POC - George Marko - firstname.lastname@example.org, Phone - 316-771-6643
- Save the Date - Statewide Job Fair (multiple locations) - March 8, 2018
- www.kansasworks.com - click on "Job Fairs" on the scrolling banner; (You can set up an employer account on the site & post your job opportunities and/or search resumes at no cost.)
Leadership Southwestern Seeking Freshman Work Day Applications
Leadership Southwestern is searching for community service projects for the 26th annual Freshman Work Day, to be held Sunday, Aug. 13.
Freshman Work Day is the final day of Southwestern orientation for the incoming freshman class. All freshman head out into the Winfield community to work on homes and nonprofit buildings that need repair, painting, cleaning, or yardwork. Freshman Work Day was started by the Leadership program in 1992 with the goal of establishing positive relationships between Southwestern College and the community. Since then, all incoming freshman have spent their first day as Moundbuilders doing service for the community.
"The service work on Freshman Work Day helps new Southwestern College freshmen connect to the Winfield community as well as framing part of the school mission for students to be responsible citizens and engage in leadership through service," says Brae Wood, director of Leadership Southwestern.
To apply or to request services for someone else, call (620) 229-6367 and leave your name and phone number. Applications can be found online at