Monday, October 30, 2017
Winfield Area Chamber of Commerce
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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
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Tuesday, October 31
Shindigs Bar & Grill
, 500 Main
A-Z Mini Storage, 116 E. 7th
Bradbury Kitchen and Home
, 718 Main
, 800 Main (outside)
Jonathan Leeper - American Family Insurance Agent
, 807 Main
Kansas Specialty Service, 814 Main
, 820 Main
Union State Bank
, 823 Main (until 5 PM)
Graves Drug Winfield
, 905 Main
Sears Hometown Store
, 912 Main
Walnut Valley Festival
, 918 Main (until 5 PM)
The Shear Point Barber Shop
, 1005 Main
Snappy Chicks Boutique and Snaps
, 1019 Main
HomeTown Rental Services, 1020 Main
Angels Care Winfield
, 908 Main
RCB Bank, 900 Main
Winfield Area Chamber of Commerce, 123 E. 9th
, 201 E. 9th
Security 1st Title Company
, 216 E. 9th
City of Winfield, 200 E. 9th (until 5 PM)
VFW Post 3544 - Winfield
, 115 1/2 E. 10th
Harry Hynes Memorial Hospice
, 109 W. 10th
EAST SIDE BUSINESSES
College Hill Coffee Winfield, KS
, 403 Soward
Cardinal Sign LLC
, 2111 E. 9th
Maurices, 1900 E. 9th
Famous Footwear, 1906 E. 9th
Wheat Ridge Heights, 1224 Wheat Rd.
Winfield Public Library * Winfield, KS
, 605 College
Participating businesses will have an orange pumpkin sign in the window. Some businesses will also have a teal pumpkin or this
Teal Pumpkin Movement Flyer
in their window. This means that the business has allergy-safe candy or non-food items available for children with allergies.
Please take the time to participate in this survey for Rise Cowley County by clicking the picture below. Thank you!
We have more Sampler T-shirts!
We have ordered our last batch of the final Kansas Sampler Festival T-shirts and we are selling them for $12 each ($14 for sizes 3XL & 4XL). If you would like to purchase a shirt, stop the chamber office. We will accept cash and check.
Verification forms have been mailed out. Please take time to verify that all the information is correct or make any changes necessary. Then return the form to us by
October 31st. If you have not received a form, please let us know so that we can get one to you.
Thank you for helping us keep the most current information for your business!
Notary Services Available
Did you know?
We have notary service available for our Chamber Members!
Call the office at 221-2420 to check for availability.
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.
Chamber Activities This Week
Tuesday, October 31, 4-6:00 PM, Participating businesses with orange pumpkin sign in window
YP Board Meeting
Thursday, November 2, 6:00 PM, Ninja Sushi Steak House, 1618 N. Summit, Arkansas City
Upcoming Chamber Activities
Tuesday, November 7th is Election Day
Wednesday, November 8, 11:00 AM, Chamber office
Union State Bank Ribbon Cutting
Wednesday, November 8, 2:00 PM, 823 Main
Chamber CLOSED Friday, November 10th in observance of Veterans Day
YP hosts Private Italian Dinner
Friday, November 10, 6:00 PM, Wheat State Wine Co.
Community Events Calendar:
In Toon Pumpkin Patch & Corn Maze
September 23-November 5, Saturdays 10:00 AM - 9:00 PM, Sundays 1-6:00 PM, $10/person, 16401 112th Rd., Burden
Aaron's Trick-or-Treat Costume Party
Tuesday, October 31, 11:00 AM-4:00 PM, Aaron's Sales & Lease, 1816 Main St.
Tuesday, October 31, 4-6:00 PM, Participating businesses with an orange pumpkin sign in their window
Tuesday, October 31, 5-9:00 PM, Community-wide
Health Insurance Open Enrollment
November 1-December 15, Community Health Center, 221 W. 8th Ave.
Bailey's Barking Dog Park Fun Run
Tisdale UMC Holiday Extravaganza
Saturday, November 4, 9:00 AM, Tisdale United Methodist Church, 17507 US 160
Make-it, Take-it Pumpkin Succulent Class
Saturday, November 4, 11:00 AM, $25, Gottlob Lawn & Landscape Nursery & Garden Center, 5001 E. 9th Ave.
Cowley County Historical Society presents "Remembering Those Who Served"
Sunday, November 5, 2:00 PM, Baden Square Community Center, 700 Gary St.
News from Chamber Members
Please help us promote your business by sending us information to include in this section! Email information to email@example.com and we will add it to this email blast. Information will need to be received each FRIDAY BY NOON in order to be included in the following week's news. Pictures and/or flyers must be in a .jpeg format please.
Fundraising Efforts for Bailey's Barking Dog Park
November 4 - 5K & 1 Mile Dog Fun Run/Walk @ Black Creek Park
"Paving the Way" for Bailey's Barking Dog Park -
Order an engraved paver for any pet, person, kennel, or club on the "Path of Honor"
Winfield Chiropractic holding ribbon cutting for new name and logo
Winfield Chiropractic was founded in 1981 at 1301 South Main. In 2005 the office moved to a larger location at 1913 E. 19th Ave. At the same time a name change was introduced and Winfield Chiropractic & Rehab was born in order to accommodate it's more integrative care style. In 2017 Dr.'s Doug and Brad Swanson update their brand and with it introduced a new modern logo and name. Winfield Chiropractic Relief and Wellness, now proudly serves our surrounding communities. "We believe that how long you decide to benefit from care is entirely up to you. Have you heard that once you go to a chiropractor, you have to go for the rest of your life? Well, it's not true. Whether you want relief, stabilization, prevention or wellness, we're here to help you reach your goal. Our job is to offer you the best chiropractic care possible, and your job is to decide how much of it you want."
A ribbon cutting ceremony will be held Wednesday, November 15th at 10:00 AM at 1913 E. 19th Ave. The public is invited to attend.
RSVP by October 16th
Besides asking for your blessings and prayers, as usual we are needing help with traffic control, donations of foods for lunch and help with getting the message out that our county's needs are even greater this year.
The Angels in the Attic will be distributing the toys as needed around Cowley County. Remember all gifts collected in Cowley stay in Cowley. The surrounding counties have their own events which helps folks from those counties.
The event buttons will be arriving in a few days and will be a $2 donation. We will be giving away two grand prizes this year. To win one needs to get a $5 lunch arm band, enjoy a full meal lunch and keep the arm band on until the numbers are called. Lunch will include home made Sloppy Joes, chips, veggie snacks and pie or cake, all to be washed down by iced tea or coffee. Our prizes are first winner choice of a wooden rocking motorcycle or a heavy duty motorcycle lift to make repairs or cleaning a breeze. The second draw will receive what the first winner does not choose.
There will be the usual contests and hundreds of prizes. We will again have children's games designed by and ran by children. Every child will be a winner and the tickers will only be 25 cents each.
I don't know about you but it all sounds like a lot of fun. If you would like to sell buttons and/or deliver flyers, donate food, help with traffic or lineup of just what ever you can that would be great, just let me know so we don't duplicate resources. Foods needed are carrots, celery, pies, cakes, individual packs of chips, or hamburger buns. I would like to know as soon as possible about food donations so I know how to buy. Everything that is donated will mean that much more money to get toys.
Thanks and God bless you all. Rose and toy run committee.