Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Chamber Notes 10/28

Many thanks to Elim Park for hosting our economic forum breakfast - “Surviving the Present Connecticut Economy” on Thursday, October 16th. They did a fabulous job, as always. Special thanks to our speakers Peter Gioia, Bob deJongh, Joan DiVincenzo and Charles Bollier. While on the subject of Elim Park, congratulations on the Grand Opening of their Wellness Center and Nelson Hall, the auditorium for Performing Arts in Cheshire on Friday, October 17th. It was a wonderful evening!

Many thanks to The Watch Factory Restaurant for hosting our annual Oktoberfest last Tuesday evening. The food and entertainment were outstanding. A special thanks to all who attended and made this a sell-out event again!

Save the Date for the following events: Last call for tickets for the "Cheshire Night" men's ice hockey game at Quinnipiac University, this Saturday, Nov. 1st at 7:00 p.m. v.s. UConn. Tickets are $10, call the Chamber to reserve your tickets. Don't miss our 1st Business BEFORE Hours at Tattza's - THE STEAMING BEAN on Wednesday, Nov. 5th from 7:30a.m. to 8:30a.m.. They are located at 118 South Main St.(in the rear of the building). Our November Business After Hours will be held on Tuesday, Nov.18th at Opticare Eye Health Center, 1785 Highland Ave.from 5:00p.m.-7:00p.m. Watch for your invitation in the mail. The Chamber Holiday After Hours will be held on Thursday, December 11th at the Dental Office of Marc Craig, 1090 Meriden Waterbury Tnpk, Cheshire. Dr. Craig has a lovely holiday painting that the Chamber is selling raffle tickets for. The proceeds will benefit our Scholarship Fund. Watch for a separate email soon.

Chamber meetings for the week are: Governmental Relations, Tuesday, Oct. 28th, 7:30a.m.

Tim White

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