wine tasting 2013 - Fort Brewerton Greater Oneida Lake Chamber of

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wine tasting 2013 - Fort Brewerton Greater Oneida Lake Chamber of
P.O. Box 655
Brewerton, NY 13029
315-668-3408
WWW.ONEIDALAKECHAMBER.COM
Officers
2013
NEWSLETTER
www.Oneidalakechamber.com
President:
Don DeVaul
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Vice President:
Michelle Alletzhauser
Treasurer:
Cheryl Bergman
Recording Secretary:
Alice Peron
Board Members
Nick Chervinsky
George DeRousie
Kelly Edinger
Bruce Havens
Joseph A. Menard
Robert Walczyk
Dr. Daniel Walsh
Brenda Weissenberg
Pearl Wilson
Ex-officio:
Dr. Thomas Carroll
WINE TASTING 2013
The Wine Tasting Party was a huge success again this year. I would like to
thank the following for their generous donations:
Sue Bonnet, Bonnie White, Carol Walczyk, Dailey's Pour House, DG's Restaurant, Good
Golly's, Martha Stevener, Maureen Walsh, Michelle Alletzhauser, Pie Casso, Red Onion,
Rosie's, The Waterfront, Two Guys, Vella's, Walmart, Castaways, The "R" Diner, Randie
Hughes, Achieve Balance T'ai Chi Academy, Advance Auto Parts, AGR Sewing Machine Sales &
Service, Akropolis, At the Farm Antique Shop & Flea Market, Aunt Harriet's Attic, Barn Again
Green, Belladerma, Bernhard's Bay Country Store, Billy Whitaker Trux, Boatyard, Bragman
Companies, Breathe Easy of CNY, Brewerton Old Hardware Store, Brew-zillian, Buttercup
Cheese, Dr. Thomas Carroll, Central Square Dental Associates, Cicero Senior Center, CJ's
Barber Shop, Clear Lake Animal Wellness Basket, Corey's All Fab, Country Propane, Central
Square Medical Center, Curves, Dance Craze, David Anderson, CPA, Delphi Healing Arts, Dirt
Hall of Fame, Discount Cellular, Done Right Cleaning, Donna Coufal, Dr. Richard Frio, Dunkin
Donuts - Central Square, Eclipse, Ellis Agency, Fairway Physical Therapy, Fancy Cat
Consignment Shoppe, Fireside Chatts, Dona Flaherty, Fox Discount Auto, Fratelli's Restaurant,
Fulton Savings, GEO Green, GJP, Glenview Golf Course, Gold Canyon, Greenview Golf Course,
Hairport, Handcraft Studio, Heidi's Here Doing Hair, Hite's Liquor & Wine, Jack's Dry Cleaning,
Janome, Jeanne Dupre, Jrecks, Joa's, Liquor Square, Kinney's, Kuss, Leaf & Stem, Liquor Town,
Mallory Store, Mane Tamers, Mark's Service Center, Matt's Collision, McDonald's Brewerton,
Mirabito Energy Products, Motor Valet, Nice 'n Easy, Northshore Properties, Oneida Lake
Printing, Oneida Lake Realty, Pam's Country Grill, Pathfinder Bank, Paul Davis Emergency
Service, Prestige, Prudential CNY Realty, Right Coast, Rite Aid Central Square, State Farm
Insurance, Russell, Russell & Grasso, Schneider Packaging, Service Experts, Sicilian Paradise
Tanning, Square Deal Liquors, Subway Central Square, Sweetwoods Memorial, Chatty K-9,
The Greens at Beaumont, The Lost Key Antiques, The Works Touchless Carwash, TJ's
Restaurant & Motel, Top This Pizza, Traub, Tranquility Massage, Unique Woodworks, Village
Dental, Watsons, Frans Flowers, Wild Flower, World Gym, Y2 Kuts.
And also a "big" thank you to my committee:
Michelle Alletzhauser, Sue Bonnet, Pearl Horn, Nadine Walsh, Bonnie White, Pearl Wilson
~ Dr. Dan Walsh ~
Executive Secretary:
Pearl Horn
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MEETING NOTICE

Meetings are the First
Thursday of the Month
Breakfast Meetings
start at 7:30 am and
cost $8
Our next Board meeting will be Wednesday, March
13, 2013 at 7:15pm in the District Office.
Our next luncheon will be Thursday, March 7, 2013
at Good Golly's Restaurant. Please email or call
the Chamber office to make your reservation. Our
guest speaker will be announced at a later date.
Lunch Meetings begin
at noon and cost $10
Please call Pearl if you
plan on attending.
Prices include $1 for
Speaker(s) Meal
Board of Directors
Meets Wednesday
following Regular
Thursday Meeting

We Need Your Vote!
As you may already know by receiving your email, we need to
vote on by-law changes that were proposed by the By-laws
Committee and approved by the Board. If you need a copy of
the proposed changes, please call (leave a message) or email
Pearl. We will be voting on these changes at the March 13th
Board meeting. If you cannot attend the meeting, you can
send in your vote by proxy.
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Done Right Cleaning of West Monroe, is owned by Janet Yuckel and is a
commercial and residential cleaning business that has been servicing CNY for
over 20 years. Done Right Cleaning offers prompt, cheerful, and professional
cleaning services that fully guarantees your satisfaction. Their staff of
experienced cleaners service all of Central New York, in particular, Oswego
County, Onondaga County, and Oneida County. They specialize in a thorough
cleaning one time, or all the time! Done Right Cleaning provides their own
cleaning supplies as well as alternative natural/green cleaning solutions. They
also pride themselves in community and giving back. Which is why they are one
of only two cleaning companies within a 50-mile radius partnered with “Cleaning
for a Reason”. Offering professional house cleanings to help women undergoing
treatment for cancer. The photo shown is of Janet Yuckel (center) surrounded by
her amazing cleaning team. Their Team Leaders have been with the company for
more than six years and they are always looking for hardworking people to join
their team. If you would like a free estimate or more information, please email
Janet Yuckel at [email protected] or visit Done Right Cleanings website at
www.done-right-cleaning.com.
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FEBRUARY MEETING
Ft Brewerton/Greater Oneida Lake Chamber of
Commerce, February 2013 meeting was held at
D.G.’S Restaurant.
Picture Caption.; Mr. Don DeVaul, President of Ft.
Brewerton/Greater Oneida Lake Chamber of
Commerce, thanks Christine Close R.N.,BSN,
nurse manager of Central Square Medical Center
for her presentation to the Chamber.
MEETINGS:
Our regular meetings are held the first
Thursday of each month. We do try to
make sure we have our meetings at all our
members facilities. The breakfast is $8.00
per person and the lunch is $10.00 per
person. This price covers the cost of the
meal, drink, gratuity, and a dollar to help
defray the cost of the meal for the guest
speaker. We always encourage our
members to present programs at our
meetings to tell us about their profession
or business. If you are interested in
presenting at our meeting, please email
the Chamber or call at 668-3408.
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BUNCO - FRIDAY, MARCH 1 6:30 PM REGISTRATION
7:00 BUNCO BEGINS - DOOR
PRIZE AND 50/50 RAFFLE
Next Central Square Community Church
BUNCO NIGHT will be on Friday,
March 1. Join 3 friends and make a table
of four or 7 friends and make a table of
eight or join 11 friends and make a table
of 12. Prizes will be awarded at each table
of 12 in addition to the door prize and
50/50 raffle. Register for $10 at the door
between 6:30-7:00 pm and have a great
evening with your friends. Receive an
extra door prize ticket for every food item
brought to donate to the St. Michael's
Food Pantry. Free refreshments and
coffee will be served and water and cold
beverages will be on sale. Central Square
Community Church is located at 833 U.
S. Route 11 just north of Reymore
Chevrolet. For more information, call the
church office at 668-6278.
LENTEN SOUPERS
FEBRUARY 27, March 6, 13, 20,
27- 6:00 p.m.
CENTRAL SQUARE
COMMUNITY CHURCH
Plan now to enjoy homemade soups and
fellowship with your family and friends
during the Lenten Season on Wednesdays at
6:00 p.m. at the Central Square Community
Church. Soups are served with Italian bread
and beverages. Different families volunteer to
make soups and set up/take down the dining
area each Wednesday. It's a great time to
"slow down" and observe some lively
conversation with a variety of folks. Just call
the church at 668-6278 by the Tuesday prior
to the Souper to let us know you'll be joining
us.
CSCC to HOST FREE "THANK YOU" PANCAKE
BREAKFAST FOR "EMERGENCY RESPONSE
PERSONNEL" - SAT., MARCH 23 - 8-10 AM
To say thank you to all of our area emergency response personnel, the Central Square
Community Church (CSCC) is hosting a FREE Pancake Breakfast for them on Saturday,
March 23 from 8:00-10:00 AM. Anyone who puts themselves in harm's way (police officers,
firemen/women, EMTs, emergency room nurses, doctors and anyone who assists in the care
for people in emergency situations) will be served FREE. Breakfast menu will include
pancakes, bacon, sausage, scrambled eggs, home fired, toast, juice and hot beverages. The
public is also invited to join in the breakfast and honor these precious servants by giving a
good will offering at the door. Anyone attending is requested to make a reservation by
calling the CSCC office at 668-6278 by Wednesday, March 20.
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Program Schedule for 2013
MEETING DATE & TIME
LOCATION
PROGRAM
January 3 - Lunch
January 9 - Board Meeting
Brewerton Fire Station
District Office, 7:15pm
Don DeVaul
February 7 - Lunch
February 13 - Board Meeting
DG's Restaurant
District Office, 7:15pm
Alice Peron
March 7 - Lunch
March 13 - Board Meeting
Good Golly's
District Office, 7:15pm
Michelle Alletzhauser
April 4 - Lunch
April 10 - Board Meeting
Castaways Riverside
District Office, 7:15pm
Dan Walsh
May 2 - Breakfast
May 8 - Board Meeting
The "R" Diner
District Office, 7:15pm
George DeRousie
June 6 - Lunch
June 12 - Board Meeting
The Waterfront Restaurant
District Office, 7:15pm
Cheryl Bergman
August 7 - Education Awards
August 14 - Board Meeting
PV Moore High School
District Office, 7:15pm
Karen DeRousie
September 5 - Lunch
September 11 - Board Meeting
DG's Restaurant
District Office, 7:15pm
Nick Chervinsky
October 3 - Lunch
October 9 - Board Meeting
Brewerton Fire Station
District Office, 7:15pm
Kelly Moore
November 7 - Lunch
November 13 - Board Meeting
Good Golly's
Annual Business Meeting
District Office, 7:15pm
December 4 - CHRISTMAS SOCIAL
TBA
July - NO MEETINGS
PLEASE NOTE: We must make reservations, so you must RSVP if you are going to attend
the breakfast/luncheons. Thank you. Also, depending on the program, we may have to
change the location. The exact details will be in the newsletter every month.
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NEWS RELEASE
For Immediate Release
For more information contact:
Wagner Dotto
Oswego County Business
315-342-8020
New Oswego County ‘Forty Under 40’ Event Underway
Oswego County Business magazine is once again organizing its Forty Under 40 event. Sponsors of this
year’s event are SUNY Oswego Office of Business and Community Relations, Oswego Health, Pathfinder
Bank and Bond, Schoeneck & King.
“We’re now reaching out to the community to ask its help to identify those who are under the age 40 and
who have made a difference in the community,” said Wagner Dotto, Oswego County Business’ publisher.
“Professional success is one of the criteria,” he said. “Equally important is the work they do in the
community.”
Nominations can be download by clicking on the link at OswegoCountyBusiness.com. There is no charge
involved. Applications must be submitted before April 15. It should be mailed to Oswego County Business,
P O Box 276, Oswego, NY 13126.
This is the fourth Forty Under 40 event organized by Oswego County Business.
“We started Forty Under 40 in 2004 and the event was an instant success with more than 50 applications
and a big reception hosted by TV personality Dan Cummings,” Dotto said.
“The second and third events took place in 2006 and 2008/9. They were equality successful.”
Among those recognized in past events were engineers, professionals of marketing, bankers, social
worker, attorneys, union leaders, police officers, medical doctors, students and a number of people from
all walks of life.
“We ask members of an independent panel to select the finalists,” Dotto said. “This panel looks carefully
at volunteer work, involvement with community projects or any work with organizations or independent
groups that help make the community a better place to live and work.”
The event follows the same format as similar events in Syracuse and elsewhere across the country.
The main goal is to identify and recognize young leaders and future leaders in the community.
A special breakfast will be scheduled at a later date.
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