1 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday 1 Friday February 2017 Saturday Pine Street Monticello MN (763) fax(763) BOWLERAMA IEDC Meeting MCC-7-8am 8 Business After Hours 4:30-6pm Events Cmte McPete s Sports Bar Buffalo Wild Wings & Lanes-Big Lake -noon School Blvd, Monticello Friday, February 24th, 6pm Young Professionals luncheon-12:15pm Board Meeting 7:30-9am Best Western 15 Valentines Day 19 Presidents Day 20 11:30am-1pm MCC- topic: Monticello Chamber Sponsorship/ Member Opportunities No School Chamber Lunch Good Morning Monticello 7:30-9am Monticello Help Center Pancakes & Politics Rep. Tom Emmer Fri, February 24, 8:30-9:30am 16 Young Professionals 2017 Kick-Off Happy Hour 5:30-7:30PMRiver City Extreme/ VIP Suite Member News Blurb and Inserts Due 3pm Pancakes & PoliticsRep. Tom Emmer 8:30-9:30am Friendly Buffalo Bowlerama 6-9pm River City Extreme 28 Ambassador Meeting Noon-Bluestone Grill Best Dressed 2016 February 24th, Fri, Pancakes & Politics-Rep. Tom Emmer-8:30-9:30am, The Friendly Buffalo February 24th, Fri, Bowlerama-6-10pm, River City Extreme March 9th, Thurs, Volunteer Appreciation Night/Business After Hours, 5-8pm-VFW 7th annual Bowlerama is a fun evening with wild & wacky bowling, dinner, silent auction and door prizes. 4 person teams are encouraged to dress up to try to win the best dressed trophy! You don t have to be a Chamber member to participate. (ages teen & up) The proceeds support the Swan City Heritage Foundation projects like our Swan Brochures. Register online at monticellocci.com or through the Chamber office. Let us know if you have a silent auction or door prize that you would like to donate to help us out, Chamber Directory Updates are under way for our directories. All members who are current on their dues will be included in this publication. Someone from ECM Publishers will be contacting you, on our behalf, for advertising. The Chamber receives royalty from these ad sales so thank you in advance for supporting us and your Chamber. Or Current Occupant The Friendly Buffalo th Ave, Big Lake Join us for a warm breakfast and a hot update from Washington DC as we host Representative Tom Emmer. He will provide us with his perspective on the 115th Congress and how the new congress is working with the new administration. This informal Q&A session will include a full breakfast of pancakes, eggs and sausage. Cost to attend is $20 per person. Please register through our chamber, We are hosting this event with Becker Area Chamber, Big Lake Chamber, Elk River Chamber and I94 West Chamber. Our Volunteers Rock!! Volunteer Appreciation/ Business After Hours Thurs, March 9, 5-8pm Save the date! (Special date & time) Thurs, March 9, 5:00-8:00pm. Monticello VFW, 713 S Cedar St, Monticello. We are using our monthly Business After Hours event to give special thanks to the countless volunteers that help us throughout the year. We would not be the success we are today without each and everyone of you! Free appetizers provided and cash bar available. We hope to see you all there.
2 BOARD OF DIRECTORS Chair: Perry Sloneker (763) Jason Kisner Ausco Design & Marketing (763) Vice Chair: Rachel Leonard FIBERnet Monticello (763) Cheree Hoese Commercial Realty Solutions (763) Treasurer: Sarah Barthel Sherburne State Bank (763) Scott Johnson Xcel Energy (763) Past Chair: Darek Vetsch Russell s on the Lake (763) Joni Pawelk CentraCare Health-Monticello (763) Scott Sypnieski Authority Fence and Deck, Inc. (320) Annie Stein Wausau Homes (763) Eric O Brien First American Bank (763) Rick Schrupp North Risk Partners-Apollo Division (763) Best Western Chelsea Inn & Suites Chamber Lunch DATE: Tues, Feb 21st (3rd Tues every month) TIME: 11:30am-registration begins & lunch is served, noon -1pm Presentation, Topic of discussion: Monticello Chamber Sponsorship/Member Opportunities LOCATION: Monticello Community Center, 505 Walnut St CATERED BY: HOSTED BY: Please RSVP to ensure we have enough food ordered; if you must cancel, please do so by noon on the Monday prior to the luncheon to avoid being charged for the meal, thank you. Guests are always welcome to stop by at noon just to listen to the guest speaker; free of charge. lunch fee $15 ADVERTISING OPPORTUNITY AVAILABLE If you are interested in sponsoring a Chamber luncheon, please contact the office Only $100 to showcase your business with a 5 minute presentation, your logo placed on each lunch table and an 8 display table that you provide, with what ever you want to showcase your business. (Average lunch, 75 guests) Warm Welcome to Newest Members Adams Pest Control, Justin Liljequist, 922 Hwy 55 Ste 100, Medina, Pest Control Keller Williams Classic Realty NW-Kathie Bushman, Kathie Bushman, Monticello, residential real estate DATE: Wed, Feb 22nd (4th Wed every month) TIME: 7:30am-9am LOCATION: Monticello Help Center, 215 Cedar St, next to DMV A monthly opportunity to socialize before the regular work day. This event is less formal than other events. It is open to all members, their employees and guests. Share information about your company, a promotion you are offering or introduce a new employee! Bring your business cards, it s your time to shine! SERVPRO of Wright County, Dean Zenner, 210 Dundas Rd, Ste 300, Monticello, cleanup & restoration Like us on facebook: *Monticello Chamber of Commerce & Industry *Monticello Royalty Program *Young Professionals of Monticello DATE: Wed, Feb 8th (2nd Wednesday every month) TIME: 4:30-6pm LOCATION: McPete s Sports Bar & Lanes, 590 E Humboldt Dr Hwy 10, Big Lake Drop in anytime and enjoy this fun networking event! It is open to all members, their employees and guests that are interested in joining the Chamber. Complimentary appetizers provided & cash bar available. Bring your business cards to share. TREASURE CHEST DONATIONS It s a new year with new opportunities! Help us build up the treasure chest and we will advertise your business at all of our monthly networking events! Please contact the Chamber office if you are interested in donating to the Treasure Chest. We will announce your companies name at each of our monthly networking events. Some examples of donations are a company logoed item, gift certificates or anything that can help us promote your business. Call us at if you are able to donate or have any questions. We would be happy to pick it up so you don t miss this valuable opportunity. Golf Young Professionals of Monticello Young Professionals Business Luncheon Tuesday, February 7th at 12:15pm, Cornerstone Chevrolet (meeting room), 1005 Hwy 25 S, Monticello. Round table discussion. There s no cost to attend, bring your lunch along. Young Professionals Business Luncheon is in addition to our monthly Young Professionals events. We meet the 1st Tuesday of each month at Cornerstone ChevroThere's no cost to attend. During our meetings we Tournament: Fishing for Business let. discuss a topic of the group's choosing and do a roundtable discussion over lunch. Its an opportunity to network, learn from one another, keep one another acsave THE DATE! countable and grow your business. Thursday, May 18, 2017 Contact Eric O'Brien, You don t want to miss this fun net- or (612) working opportunity. As spring approaches so does the Monticello Chamber s Annual Golf Tournament. (location to TBD) Golfing is open to everyone! You don t have to belong to the Chamber to come and golf with us. We encourage you to bring an associate with you. Especially if you want to introduce them to business members in our community. Enjoy 18 holes with entertainment and games at each hole. Early bird special is $80/golfer ($320/foursome) if registered by April 14th. After that date it will be $90/golfer ($360/foursome). Price includes 18 holes with a cart, range balls, lunch, dinner and complimentary goodie bag. Business sponsorships available for golf holes, logoed napkins and driving range. These are a quick sell so reserve yours today! If you would like to get involved in the days events, we have volunteer opportunities at various times throughout the day. We will also be looking for silent auction items and 160 trinket items to put in the golfer goodie bags. Come and enjoy the fun! Young Professionals of Monticello If you are years old or are young at heart and want to be added to our list to receive reminders for our upcoming events The Young Professionals meet the 3rd Thursday of the month from 5:30-7:30pm. Join us Thursday, February 16th at Chatters Restaurant & Bar, 4181 Cedar St, Monticello. Like them on Facebook: Young Professionals of Monticello Enjoy monthly meetings with activities or tours of businesses. Each month holds something fun and exciting for your networking needs. Hope you can join us! It s not who you know, it s WHO KNOWS YOU
3 Friends of Sherburne National Wildlife Refuge Chamber Members - here is a great opportunity to support the Friends of Sherburne National Wildlife Refuge. We are hosting our second annual Craft Beer/Wine and Cheese Tasting at the Friendly Buffalo in Big Lake, on Hwy 10. There will be a Silent Auction with some great items to bid on. You can also learn about Nature's Pollinators and our newly founded Refuge Photo Club. We are raising funds for our Environmental Education programs. This is a great way for you to donate to our organization while you try some great craft beers, wine, and equally tasty snacks. The date is February 17, 2017 from 6:30-9pm. Tickets, which are $25/$30 at the door, can be purchased through our Chamber representative, the Friendly Buffalo, Lake Liquors in Big Lake, Friends Board members, and by E-ticket ($27.37) thru eventbrite.com. Thank you for your support, we look forward to seeing you. RiverWood Bank-Monticello & Big Lake GIVE FROM THE HEART CAMPAIGN During the month of February, the Monticello and Big Lake offices of RiverWood Bank will be collecting donations for each local food shelf. Drop off your non-perishable food item(s) or a cash donation and you will receive a special KISS (Hershey style) from the Bank staff. Monticello Memorials LLC A memorial is a personal and creative way to express life's most treasured memories in a permanent way. Let us help you create a truly unique and beautiful memorial. Stop in and see us or call us at for more information. Monticello Memorials, 217 Sandberg Road, Monticello. (Right behind General Rental) Monticello American Legion Riders Post #260 - Pancake Breakfast The Monticello American Legion Riders are hosting a Pancake Breakfast on Superbowl Sunday, February 5th from 8:30AM to 12:30PM at the American Legion, 304 Elm Street. Proceeds form the breakfast will go to further support the American Legion's Legacy Scholarship Fund ( Tickets are available for purchase from an American Legion Rider member or at the American Legion club. Tickets will also be available at the door. Ticket prices are: $8 Adult; $5 Children 6-12; children 5 and under eat free. For additional information or questions about the breakfast, contact Jeff Grimm at Monticello Public Library Children on the spectrum up to age 6 and their caregivers are invited to a series of Special Needs Sensory Storytimes during library closed hours. In addition to stories, songs, flannel board, and crafts, time will be set aside for visiting and sharing. Tuesdays, February 21 & 28 and March 7, 12:00 to 12:30 p.m. Call the Monticello Public Library at for more information about this and other programming. Hybrid Martial Arts LLC Want to try something fun and new with your significant other for Valentines Day? Join us Tues, Feb 14th at 7:30pm for 1 hour of "Couples" Intro. to Kickboxing and Jiu Jitsu. Valentines snacks and beverages provided after class. $25 per couple. Call to reserve your spot! Monticello Help Center The 2017 Minnesota FoodShare March Campaign is right around the corner! For 35 years, Minnesota FoodShare has coordinated the largest statewide grassroots food and fund drive to help restock Minnesota food shelves. One in 10 Minnesotans, or more than 500,000 state residents, are food insecure on a regular basis. That is more people than attended Minnesota Vikings home games during the 2015 regular season. Please consider hosting a fund or food drive during March to help us reach our goal of raising 45,000 in $ / lbs. And the more we raise - the more we will receive from Minnesota FoodShare in matching incentive dollars!! Hot Deals Please post your member to member deals on our website. You can also post public deals as well. Login to your account or us and we will post them for you. If you don t have or can t remember your login credentials, please call or the office. We would be happy to resend them to you. FREE with membership! FREE Advertising in the Chamber Office If you have business cards, flyers or brochures advertising your business, please bring them into the office. We give these pieces to visitors that stop by or request us to mail them to them. U-Save Auto Rental February is best known for Valentines Day, but did you know it also includes holidays like National Freedom Day? Celebrate your freedom this year with the freedom of the open road. One of our new Chevy Malibus can take you there in style. Check out or call (763) for more details. Don t forget to like us on Facebook. Chamber members receive 10% off when you mention this newsletter! A+ Taxi Did you know that one pound of carbon is saved from going into our atmosphere with every 2 miles utilized by public transportation? To schedule a ride or get more information about our rates may contact our dispatch at (763) 295-TAXI(8294) Airport, wedding and charter services are also available. Gift cards are available for regular fare rides, a great gift for someone who likes to cruise around town. Attic Mini Storage Have a few items that are taking up extra space but you can t bear to part with; store them with Attic Mini Storage. Rental units are available in sizes ranging from 6x10 to 12x20 but fill up quickly once spring rolls around. *Discount available with proof of military service. TDS Telecom If you know a soon-to-be high school graduate, encourage them to apply for a Minnesota Telecom Alliance Foundation (MTA) scholarship. TDS Telecom (TDS ), incumbent telephone companies, and cooperatives across Minnesota are teaming up to help the MTA offer a handful of $2,000 scholarships. Applications for the one-time scholarships are available at the MTA web site. To be eligible, applications must be postmarked by Feb. 24, 2017 and applicants must: Be accepted and attend a post-secondary university, college or technical college starting in the fall of 2017; Be a Minnesota resident, and have an immediate family member who subscribes to at least one service from TDS Telecom (phone, internet and/or TDS TV). TDS Telecom applicants should forward their application to Jean Pauk c/ o TDS Telecom, 525 Junction Rd, Madison, WI 53711; they must be postmarked by February 24, Crisis Nursery Serving Wright County It s almost time for our Spring Fundraiser benefiting the Crisis Nursery Serving Wright County! Grab your friends and family and GO to River City Extreme on April 21, Join us for silent and live auctions, raffles and much more to help support children and families in need throughout Monticello and the surrounding area. This event highlights and provides funding for services which help prevent child abuse and neglect. Be a part of this important cause we can t do it without you! VFW With the month Corporate of February, Duck we're Adoptions feeling the LOVE from all of our customers who have supported us with their continued business and support! Not sure when to celebrate Valentine's Day at the VFW? Don't worry, we are flexible; we are offering Sweetheart Specials on February 11th, 14th and 18th.. Plan to enjoy a special meal for yourself, as a couple or a group of family and friends on any of those dates! We've been spicing up our Saturday afternoon and evenings with DJ music by John. And if singing is your thing, he offers up some Karaoke time too. Come for meat raffle and stay for the evening. With half price appetizers and great food specials, the VFW is the best place to be! Fish Fry season is fast approaching. We will be starting our annual season on Friday, February 17th and continuing until Friday April 14th. This year we are offering an, "all you can eat" fish and shrimp option too. The same great menu with a new twist. I want to thank everyone again, for all your business and continued support. You help us in keeping our VFW Post 8731, strong and to achieve our goals to help our Veterans and Veteran families, scholarships to our young generation, and to assist this great community we call home. Women of Today Please join the Monticello Women of Today on Saturday March 11th from 9am-3pm for a day of shopping at our Spring Craft Show! There are over 40 booths of various vendors from baked goods to all natural products. Come shop and while you're there grab a snack at our concession stand. If you are interested in a booth in our craft show, please contact us at NOW HIRING! If you are hiring, please take advantage of our free online service. Your job posting can be advertised on our website for as long as you need. List as many positions as you want. You can enter it in yourself with your login credentials, or us the information and we will take care of it for you.
4 KRWC Radio KRWC Radio is your local daily information station for News, Weather, Sports and Community Happenings. KRWC is broadcasting some of the Monticello High School Games. We also live stream these broadcasts through our website, krwc1360.com. Plus you can pull us up right on your smart phone with the Tune-In Radio app. KRWC Radio will be hosting our 31st Annual Wright County Home & Garden Show on April 7th & 8th. Interested in having a booth? Contact one of our friendly sales associates today. Call or at Also ask about our special promotions: Valentine's Day, Sponsor Wheel, Win Your Way To Winstock, and Summer Roadshows. KRWC Radio is proud to promote our local community and all the businesses that make it such a great place to live and work. KRWC Radio / AM1360, serving our local area since 1971 and proud to be a member of the Monticello Area Chamber of Commerce. Forever Young Two Medical Aesthetics and Healing Monticello Putting YOU in charge of your health! Opening FY2 was the combined vision of owners Carol and Allen Brinkman. Believing that the new face of healthcare was to work with clients in a proactive role instead of a reactive one. The team at FY2 helps you explore your options and is there to guide you along the right path, putting YOU in control of your health. FY2 Medical Aesthetics and Healing Monticello fy2.us Ausco Design & Marketing Ausco Design & Marketing is offering 14% off apparel for the entire month of February! With a minimum order of 24 pieces hoodies are as low as $15.05! Can not be combined with any other special/coupon. No hidden fee's! Call or for more details or Happy Valentine's Day! Conroy Law Office, LTD Professional Office Space available at Conroy Law Building in downtown Monticello. Great location and great visibility! Contact Paulette at (home) or ). DATASuccess, Inc. PROTECT YOUR COMPUTER! DATASuccess, Inc We provide corporate antivirus solutions. Symantec subscription price is $30 annually, per computer for antivirus protection monitored by DATASuccess. We provide on-line back-up solutions Infrascale price is $10 a month for every 10 GB of data backed up and monitored by DATASuccess. We maintain and monitor your services for you! MEMBER BENEFITS: 3 monthly networking opportunities, event sponsorship, member discounts, bulk mail stamp, advocate of business, ribbon cutting, electronic file of members/directory, credibility & integrity to your customers and much, much more. KleinBank Buffalo Ribbon Cutting Please help us track Events Attendance by Signing the Chambe Guest Book. Add a comment in the book to share or suggestion. Frostbite photos KleinBank has been serving customers for 110 years and is Minnesota s largest family-owned state bank. They are committed to the success of their customers and offer the experience, strength and stability that is needed to secure financial goals. When you bank with KleinBank, you partner one-on-one with an experienced business banker and receive their valueadded relationship style of banking. UPDATE ON BUILDING USE CHANGES Monticello Royal Ambassador Program To help build relationships with commercial property owners and their future tenants, the City of Monticello Community Development and Building Department have prepared a new Change in Use form for realtors, leasing agents, property managers, and property owners to use when there is a proposed change in use to a building or tenant space. The form is designed to help properties comply with the Minnesota State Building Code and Monticello Zoning Ordinance, which require that prior to a change in use within an existing structure, a review for compliance with these codes is completed. The information provided on the Change in Use form will help all parties understand whether any building or land-use permits are needed for the property. The form can be found on the City s website at under the City Services/City Forms Resources & Checklists page. Questions or comments are welcome. Contact City Hall at and ask for Angela or John. Treasure Chest Winner Terri Sweet, Monticello Times We would like to thank Chris Lommel, Lommel Photography for another great photo shoot. It really means a lot to have you capture such beautiful pictures of the girls. Pictured are Monticello Ambassadors for : Miss Monticello Katelyn Warner (center), Princess Mikara Mitchell (left) and Princess Tara Eckhart (right). It is an honor to work with you year after year. St. Paul Winter Carnival 2017: Katelyn Warner We were excited to send our Miss Monticello, Katelyn Warner, to the "Coolest Celebration on Earth"...the 2017 St. Paul Winter Carnival!! Queen Katelyn proudly represented Monticello as she joined ambassadors from other communities for fun events and activities Thursday through Sunday, January 26th-29th! The St. Paul Winter Carnival has been a winter tradition for the public since 1886!! Check out for more information! Congratulations to Terri Sweet with the Monticello Times! Her business was selected from the treasure chest and because she was present, she took home over $1,400 in prizes (all donated by Chamber members). Special thanks goes out to the businesses that made this possible: Albertville Premium Outlets, All Elements, AST Sports, Belde Chiropractic, Best Western Chelsea Inn & Suites, Bullseye Properties, CentraCare Health-Monticello, Exit Realty Nexus, Great River Spine & Sports-Monticello, Hybrid Martial Arts, Liberty Bank Minnesota, Life & Liberty Real Estate, Live, Laugh, Bloom Floral, Monticello Printing, North Risk Partners-Apollo Division, River City Extreme, RiverWood Bank, Smith, Paulson, O'Donnell & Erickson, State Farm Insurance, Statewide Property Inspections, The Crummy Boys Shop, Wausau Homes and West Sherburne Tribune. 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