Oct 10, 2018
Your Hayden Chamber News!
Fall brings about changes; in our daily activities and wardrobes. It also signifies the time to start looking at budgets for 2019.
As you do, please consider the Hayden Chamber of Commerce. We have several sponsorship opportunities available throughout the year.
Perhaps an upgrade in your level, or add the Enhanced Package to your membership for more advertising potential.

Call or email today!
Served up fresh every fourth Thursday of the month!
Interesting and engaging guest speakers with a
side of current events and new members,
no charge for member announcements.
Compliment your morning networking
with awesome Chamber members!
October's Featured Speaker:
Ryan Sousley,DC
Co-founder and CEO
of Summit Family Chiropractic
A doctor of chiropractic medicine, holistic health coach, radio host and seminar speaker, Dr. Ryan and his wife, Dr. Erin Sousley, have built one of the largest natural health clinics in the country and host several live health breakthrough experiences each year in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. Dr. Ryan is passionate about helping people unlock their personal power and achieve their greatest health potential. He is also a 6-time Ironman, avid CrossFitter, biohacking experimentalist, and proud dad of 3.  

" The #1 Key to Maximum Health "
- What is the true definition of health?
- What controls all healing and function in the body?
- What is subluxation in the spine and how does it effect overall health?
- How do you know if you have subluxation and what to do about it?
Breakfast Schedule
7:00      Check-in Starts
7:00   Networking & Trade Tables
7:20      Breakfast Served
7:30      Program Begins
8:30      Program Ends
Salvation Army Kroc Center
1765 W Golf Course Rd,
Coeur d'Alene
$18 with your advance registration
$20 without RSVP   

Trade Table
Interested in a Trade Table? 
It's a great way to promote your business and only costs $30.

Be a Breakfast Sponsor!
Includes one free breakfast, your banner displayed, a slide added the PowerPoint, 5-7 minutes to present, literature at each place setting as well as a table topper, and a free trade table (can be used in the future.)
November's Breakfast will be 11-15 due to Thanksgiving!
Our Featured Speaker Will Be:
Dillon Campbell of the Salvation Army Kroc Center

To Register, Reserve a Trade Table or
become a Sponsor for November's Networking Breakfast, click  HERE

Tickets are selling out fast- don't wait to get yours before they're all gone!
The City of Hayden has put forth a ballot measure that would allow the citizens to vote on whether or not to allow a higher increase in the property tax than the 3% that State Statute allows. The increased revenue from a successful base budget increase would be dedicated to road maintenance and law enforcement.  
9323 N. Government Way, #242
Hayden, Idaho
(208) 714-0504 x702
8049 N Wayne Dr
Hayden, Idaho
(208) 635-5821
120 N. 4th. Street
Coeur d'Alene, Idaho 83814
(208) 691-1720
1924 Northwest Blvd.
Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814
(208) 818-8181
411A W. Miles Ave.
Hayden, ID 83835
(208) 772-4386
1250 W. Lancaster Rd
Hayden, Idaho 83835
(208) 457-7001
Thank You to Our Renewing Members!
It's your membership and support
that makes your chamber a strong one!
Idaho Independent Bank, Idaho Central Credit Union, Numerica, Panhandle Area Council, Spokane International Airport, The Rooter Guy
Keokee Publishing in Sandpoint is adding 9 ads
to the VisitNorthIdaho.com w ebsite to help showcase North Idaho.

Rotating Ad: $200/mo
Non-Rotating Ad: $600/mo  

Contact Keokee Publishing at (208) 263-3573 or toll free at (800)\880-3573.
Writers! Get Your Mojo On!

The Community Library Network is partnering with the organizers of National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) to inspire new and seasoned authors of all ages to explore the power of their imaginations. The goal of the annual event is for each person to complete a 50,000-word novel during the month of November. 
Last year, 112 people in North Idaho registered at NaNoWriMo.org, with only 19 finishing with a completed work. “It’s a daunting challenge,” said Nathan Hansen, Post Falls Library staff member. “Our libraries’ role is to create a space for writers to come together each week and write as a collective, providing one another with moral support.”
To get the writing frenzy going, Post Falls Library will host award-winning author Carrie Stuart Parks on Saturday, October 6, 1 p.m. Parks will fill participants in on how to overcome writing obstacles and get to the 50,000-word finish line. Athol’s kickoff party is Saturday, October 20, 1 p.m., with a writing preparation meeting on Wednesday, October 24, 6:30 p.m.  
The regional kick off event for the November writing month takes place at Post Falls Library, October 27, 1 p.m.  Folks will learn about the registration process and get advice on how to stay motivated from writers who have experienced the agony and joy of being part of the experience.
The Hayden, Post Falls, Spirit Lake and Athol libraries are hosting writing programs and weekly write-in sessions in November, serving refreshments to inspire writers to keep working toward completion. Check CommunityLibrary.Net for more information. 
Today’s Sneak Peek from the Hayden Historic Preservation Commission is about a marvelous orphanage institution, which had its beginnings in the first part of the 20th century.  When several children of the local Fred and Bertha Fisch family were orphaned in 1939, they found a safe haven in the Hutton Settlement in Spokane. As it was in the beginning, this institution still services the entire northwest area. 
This is the main building of the Hutton Settlement as it was in 1921. Its beautiful buildings are now on the National Register of Historic Places. Its board of directors and the administration have kept the Hutton Settlement true to the vision of its founder, Levi W. Hutton (1860-1928). 
After his wife’s death in 1915, Mr. Hutton began working towards the realization of his dream to have a children’s home. He purchased 111 acres just east of Spokane where he planned to build the home. He hoped that it could be self-sustaining by raising most of its own food. In late November, 1919, the first orphans arrived at the Hutton Settlement, fulfilling a dream of Mr. Hutton who himself was an orphan, raised by uncaring relatives. He designed and managed the orphanage along the most enlightened principles of the time with a goal of providing a happy, healthy environment in which orphaned and needy children could grow up.
    To carry out his wishes, Hutton named an all-woman board, many of whom were carry-overs from The Ladies’ Benevolent Society and its then Spokane Children’s Home. Most of these women were society matrons, the wives of Spokane leaders, yet they were a working board, furnishing the cottages, sewing for the children and seeing to their educational, health, social, and recreational needs. Over the years the board relinquished some of these tasks to paid staff, so it assumed a more professional supervisory role in terms of personnel, admissions, and business decisions. Today, the Hutton Settlement continues to provide an important service to the children of this region. 
Serve Idaho Announces Funding Opportunity
Federal funding to support the cost of running an AmeriCorps program is now available through grants from the Corporation for National and Community Service, according to Serve Idaho, the Governor’s Commission on Service and Volunteerism.
Idaho nonprofit, educational, community and faith-based organizations, Indian tribes and local governments are eligible to apply for the grants, which vary in dollar amount based on the size and complexity of the AmeriCorps programs.

A notice of intent to apply for a grant must be filed by 5 p.m. MST on Oct. 12. A technical assistance call will be held Oct. 18 at 2 p.m. MST to provide information on next steps. Deadline for the actual application is Nov. 16.
Serve Idaho and the Corporation for National and Community Service provide funding for the following focus areas: disaster services, economic opportunity, education, environmental stewardship, healthy futures, veterans and military families.
More information on the grant opportunity is on the Internet at  www.serveidaho.gov/grantsFunding
opportunity zones update
With the passing of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, the words “Opportunity Zones” have become very popular and promising in the world of economic development. At Idaho Commerce, we have received a number of questions from investors and communities alike wanting to learn more about the program, better understand how to get involved, and strategize on how to best use the tool to benefit Idaho’s economy. Read more...
Choosing where to do business is a big decision. From workforce to costs of doing business, infrastructure to economic health – there are many factors that come into play and many of these elements vary widely from state to state. With so many options and locations to consider – 50 to be exact – what are the elements that make a state a good place to do business?  Read more...
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Did you know?
Your Hayden Chamber has added member access to Chambermaster, its membership management program; the online, members-only, information center for the Hayden Chamber of Commerce. Chambermaster is an awesome tool for your business and it's one of the benefits of your Chamber membership!

We're on your team   and want to make sure the information we share is correct. Log in and update your profile today. The program interfaces directly with the Chamber's website, so it's really important that your company's profile is current and correct. Then, check out all possibilities to promote your business on Chambermaster. 

More tools to network, advertise and grow! What's great about this program are the benefits it provides the Chamber and you, our member. 
  • New members will be able to sign up and pay in one process.
  • It interfaces directly with the Hayden Chamber's website, allowing members to post upcoming activities on the Events Calendar
  • Members can create "Hot Deals", which is a simple, template driven coupon you can make for your business, making it available to visitors of the Chamber's website.
  • You'll be able to view the status of your account.
  • You can post on the Community Events calendar for your organization.
  • Members will be able to add or update their organization's account information, such as representatives, email addresses, phone numbers, etc.
  • It will allow you to pay your membership dues online, as well as buy tickets for the Networks Breakfast, the Annual Banquet, and any other events that we provide online payment, as well as making reservations for events.

START using your benefits today. If you haven't yet logged in to your profile, or are having trouble, please call us and we'll be happy to help!