WBC Newsletter for September, 2022
Hello WBC gals!
Kids are back to school and we are all settling into the new routines. Get your calendar out and mark WBC event dates because we hope to see you at an upcoming one.

Remember: we are looking for your specials and events to highlight in this newsletter each month. We often catch a few from the Facebook shares, but encourage you to send the info (and graphic) to executivedirector@muskego.org. (Hint: Also, use your membership benefit to post Hot Deals, Job Opportunities, and Events.)
WBC Happenings
What a lovely group of ladies! Picture taken at our annual WBC picnic. We rented the Big Bends Lions Clubhouse near the Fox River and thoroughly enjoyed our evening with WBC members and guests.
Do you know a business woman who would like to join the Muskego Chamber and WBC? During our Fall Membership Drive, new businesses can join at discounted prices PLUS a $10 discount on WBC membership dues. For more information, you can email Steering Committee Member Kay Reppen or Chamber Director Krisann Durnford.
Stop by Hawthorne Hill Farm (16370 Small Road, New Berlin) this weekend and say hello to some of our WBC members.
It's all things fall at Vintage Grounds Coffeehouse on Janesville Road.
“Poppy Project” a re-thread retro and boho thrift rack at Freebird Boutique. These items are all hand picked, laundered and ready to be loved Most items are under $25 so these will go fast! Come check it out!! See you soon!
Check out the Fall Specials through L'BRI!
We have a WBC section under the Chamber Programs webpage. Check it out!
Also, be sure to upload your photo so it appears on our WBC member directory.
Promote Your Business with a Raffle Basket for Muskego Chamber's Golf Outing

We welcome members to donate a raffle basket for our upcoming Golf Outing. Minimum value of $25. Please have it to the Chamber office by 5 p.m. on Monday, September 12.
Women's Business Connection Hosting the November Business After Hours
on Tuesday, November 15, 2022

For the past two years, WBC members hosted the November Business After Hours (open to all Chamber members) where they were able to set up a small area to promote their business/product. There was no sales at this event; it is for business awareness.

Are you able to participate with other WBC members on Tuesday, November 15 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.? The location will be Crush Wine Bar in Muskego. If so, please use the button to register.
Your Opinion Please!

WBC gals, we have been invited by the Muskego High School Women of Will (the female athlete club) to do a networking lunch with them. It would be on-site in Room 243 and there is a possibility of 75 to 100 young gals who would connect with us. Depending on the school hours, we may split the networking lunch into two groups. The question we have is this:

Who is available to attend this at the Muskego High School
on Thursday, December 1 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
(approximate times)?

Click the RSVP button to let us know if you are able to volunteer or this special WBC workforce development event.
Upcoming Events
The month of September is recognized as Chamber of Commerce Month. Over 260 local chambers of commerce offer their members core services across the state ranging from villages to towns to cities. Each chamber plays an integral role in our state and their efforts should be recognized whether they focus on advocacy, tourism, economic development, entrepreneurship, young professionals, workforce development, or organizing community events.
Send details about a current special or event for your business. Include a graphic if possible. We will highlight it in this section.
Christine Dunn
Robyn Miller
Kendra Hiedenthal
Cheryl Chapman
Hannah Bohl
Logan Koceja
Belinda Rhoden
Pam Johnson
Heather Hodach
Becky Hartwig
Amy Tamer
Carley Dillet
Honorary WBC Members
Gail Levin
Beth Schmidt
Paige Prichard
Krisann Durnford
Helen Rjuno
Lauren Coomer
Stephanie Ruiz
Wendy Kurkowski
Shelly Wohler
Bonnie Johnson-Caylor
Kathy Miller
Muskego Chamber's
Women's Business Connection