Email Member happenings and announcements to Lauren at email@example.com
BENEFITS to INSOURCING – Increasing Business by using Today’s Technology
…A challenge to a popular business mindset from only a few years ago.
This workshop challenges you to take a fresh look at your business and explores why you need to evaluate new tools and services available at your disposal that didn’t exist only a few years ago.
Thursday, May 30th, 6:30 PM @ Stepcraft, 59 Field Street, Rear Building, Torrington
- Expanding Capability
- Save MONEY
- Save Time
- Increase Security
- Empowering Your Team
- Limit Liability
- Decreasing Dependency
- Network with other Businesses
FREE WORKSHOP-Complementary Food
RSVP to Erick Royer- firstname.lastname@example.org.
LET’S TALK ABOUT IT
EXPERT PANEL DISCUSSION AND QUESTION & ANSWER
May 14th, 2019 – 11 A.M. – 12 P.M.
Litchfield Community Center
421 Bantam Road, Litchfield, CT 06759
Local community professionals sharing their knowledge of:
- Medicare Hospice Benefit
- Spiritual Guidance
- Hospice Philosophy
- Resources Available
- Your Wishes & Choices
ALL AGES EVENT
JOIN US FOR AN OPEN DISCUSSION ABOUT BENEFITS OF HOSPICE FOR PATIENTS AND FAMILIES
BRING YOUR FAMILY, FRIENDS, CURIOSITY AND QUESTIONS
VNA NORTHWEST & LITCHFIELD COMMUNITY CTR
REFRESHMENTS PROVIDED BY VNA NORTHWEST
RSVP – 860-567-6000 X:105
“Accordion Stories from the Heart” Author Talk & Mini-Concert
With author Angelo Paul Ramunni, creator of the New England Accordion Connection & Museum in Canaan, Conn., Saturday, June 1, 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM at Litchfield Community Center, 421 Bantam Road-Route 202 in Litchfield. Mr. Ramunni will share stories from his newly-released book and perform a variety of accordion songs. Free, donations will be welcomed. No reservations necessary. For information, visit Neacmc.com, contact Mr. Ramunni at 860-833-1374, or visit TheCommunityCenter.org or call the Litchfield Community Center at 860-567-8302.
Support Northwest CT Steve Blass Little League
The Robert Rosenheim Foundation will match 100% of all donations made to the NWCTSBLL bleachers up to $4,500. Essentially, this means they will donate for 50% of the price as long as there are $4,500 of other donations. We are looking to replace all 3 bleachers, at an approx cost of $9100.00. Please continue reading —- Who Was Robert Rosenheim? Robert Rosenheim began his career in advertising in New York as a television airtime buyer. After learning the business, he went out on his own, selling advertising for a football highlights show in the 1960s. Eventually, he established Robert Rosenheim Associates, a media brokerage firm working with various television networks and customers. Mr. Rosenheim, who lived in Sharon, also owned a horse farm in upstate New York and raised champion horses for harness racing. He had no children of his own or surviving family when he died in 2015, and his foundation was set up so that his estate could support the two causes he cared about most: children and animals.
Every gift received will be matched – so please consider any amount and share with others. This is an amazing opportunity for our field, our children and our league. We need your support.
Death and Dying in the Movies and Television
The depictions of death in Hollywood are at times inconsistent with reality. Sharon Hospital’s Palliative Care Committee has teamed up with Greer Village to offer “Death and Dying in the Movies and Television” at 6:30 p.m., May 30, at Greer Village’s Senior Community Center, 77 South Canaan Road, Canaan, Conn. The evening will include a historical review of video clips that will evoke an insightful panel discussion on how our perceptions of life’s final moments are shaped by what we see on the big screen.
Registration is required by Thursday, May 23.
To reserve your seat, call Dawn Whitten at 860-364-4424.
Survive the Drive “Behind the Wheel” Defensive Driver Training Clinic for Individuals, Parents and Teens
WHEN: Friday, June 28, 2019 8am-12pm and 1pm-5pm
WHERE: Lime Rock Park, 60 White Hollow Rd., Lakeville CT, 06039
DESCRIPTION: STUDENTS WILL BE LEARNING FROM PROFESSIONAL DRIVING COACHES:
CRASH AVOIDANCE MANEUVERS,
SKID RECOVERY AND
EMERGENCY LANE CHANGESM
Also short presentation on Distracted Driving
For parents, this might be one of the most important and memorable experiences they share with their child.
Learning defensive driving techniques, that may one day save their lives.
Course cost is $299 per person
16+ with learners permit accepted
Students will be participating in their personal or family vehicle
REGISTRATION: Pre-registration required, Seats are limited. This will be Survive the Drive’s only summer program for 2019.
Call – 860-806-3042
E-mail – email@example.com
Looking to Hire High School Graduates with Technical Skills?
Oliver Wolcott Technical School has a large pool of 12th grade students preparing to enter the workforce. The position does not have to be specific to the career/trade they are learning at Oliver Wolcott. These are students that have technical and mechanical abilities but do not want to pursue a career in the field they selected at Oliver Wolcott or are not going on to further their education. These job opportunities can be anything from manufacturing to business entry level positions. If you have any questions, please contact Larry Pomerleau, Precision Machining Department Head at 860-496-5331 or via email atLawrence.Pomerleau@ct.gov.
Marketing Opportunity from Staples for Chamber Members
Staples in Torrington wants to give back to local Chamber members! We have a unique opportunity to allow Northwest CT Chamber members the opportunity to market for free to our customers. We are inviting Chamber members into our store to set up a table and talk to our customers about the services they provide. We will provide table inside the front of our store for your use. Set up as you like and market to our customers. On average we get anywhere between 200-300 customers walking through our doors daily. It’s our way of saying thank you for being a part of our community!
Please feel free to reach out to General Manager Kelly Valera at Kelly.Valera@staples.com or through phone at 860-489-3686 if you would like to set up a date and time to take advantage of this free offer.
Barron Financial Group Expands Its Retirement Planning Services
John Seagrave of the independent wealth management firm, Barron Financial Group, recently received a CHARTERED RETIREMENT PLANNING COUNSELORSM designation from the College of Financial Planning. With the CRPC® designation, John and the team at Barron Financial Group are further committing to providing detailed and meaningful financial advice to those at or approaching retirement. From how to invest during your final working years, to Social Security, Medicare, and estate planning; the retirement planning process can be a tough road to go alone. As a fee-only firm, Barron Financial puts the focus on their client’s needs and goals, and provides comprehensive investment advisory and financial planning services in easy-to-understand terms. To learn more about Barron Financial Group’s services, please contact John Seagrave, CRPC® at (860) 489-0432 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on this designation, please visit finra.org/investors/professional-designations/crpc.
Kris Roberts Named Tax Professional of the Year
Kris Roberts, President of The Roberts Tax Group located in downtown Torrington, was honored at the annual convention for the National Association of Tax Professionals (NATP) in Anaheim, CA. Roberts received the prestigious Tax Professional of The Year Award from NATP. The award is given each year to a member of NATP who demonstrates not only technical skills, but a commitment to the profession by taking steps to educate other tax professionals, drive positive change through their relationships with taxing bodies and through the volunteer efforts within their community.
Roberts was nominated, and subsequently selected by a panel of judges. NATP is the leading tax professional organization in the country. With over 24,000 members nation-wide, NATP focuses on education, ethics and excellence within the tax professional community.
Besides her work at The Roberts Tax Group, Roberts is also a Professor of Accounting/Taxation at Post University. As Assistant Program Chair of the Accounting Department in the Malcolm Baldrige School of Business, she develops curriculum and teaches a variety of accounting and taxation courses. She also serves as President of the CT Chapter of NATP, President of Main Street Torrington, serves on the board of directors for the Entrepreneurial Center of Northwest Connecticut, and volunteers her time to develop and teach tax and accounting related seminars to local organizations such as SCORE, as well as other tax professional groups in the tri-state area.
Roberts, a doctoral student at the University of Phoenix, is currently completing her dissertation which focuses on tax compliance for small businesses located in Connecticut. She lives in Litchfield with her husband Jay Roberts.
Staples Store in Torrington Joins the Chamber
The Staples store in Torrington has just joined the Chamber and are happy to share a 20% off coupon with their fellow members for cell phone repairs. Click here to download the coupon.