PO Box 317
Turtle Lake WI 54889
Supporting Local Businesses
President - Alissa Coomer
Past President - Dawn Norton
1st Vice President -
2nd Vice President - Russ McIlquham
Treasurer - Patti Gilkey
Secretary - Danielle Maxwell-Parker
Planning a visit? - If you are
looking for specific Tourist Information, be sure to visit the tourism portion
of the website by clicking this link,
Visitor Info. Here you will
find ample information on Turtle Lake as well as a long list of Places to Go and
Things to Do, such as Lodging, Dining, Recreation, etc.
Looking for Savings? Find
values, discounts and bargains at Turtle Lake area businesses.
Below are listings of Daily Deals that will find throughout our business
Chamber Members are offering Ways to Save when you Shop Turtle Lake!
2012 Chamber Schedule:
Ribbon Cutting & Open House -
Cumberland Healthcare Rehabilitation Services
Saturday, July 28th
8:30 a.m. - Ribbon Cutting
9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. - Open House
Summer Picnic, August 7th
5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Located in the Village Park during
National Night Out
Fall Annual Banquet: November 2012
Mark Your Calendars:
August 12th: Cars
& Crafts in the Park
August 15th: TL Public Library $25,000 Challenge Deadline
August 18-19th: Moon Lake Threshing Bee
October 6th: Uniquely Wisconsin
No Meetings will be held in December.
If your business is interesting in hosting a
quarterly meeting in 2012, contact the
Held Monthly - the Executive Committee welcomes suggestions for
topics in the monthly newsletter and quarterly meetings.
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- May - July 2012 Issue
an upcoming event, anniversary, special promotion?
Email information to
email@example.com for consideration to post here, on the Chamber Home
Page's "Daily Deals", and announced during the
Talk of Turtle Lake on
The Executive Committee meets monthly.
If you would like an item added to the agenda, please contact
Chamber President, Alissa Coomer, 715-641-0168
Reasons to Join the Chamber:
Creates recognition of the Turtle Lake
Promotes an energetic organization that
is part of a progressive and growing community.
Focuses on the needs of local business.
Provides opportunities to promote and
develop your business through cooperative advertising, training, and
Shows consumers your commitment to the
community and is a recognized sign of credibility.
Identifies and addresses matters of
economic interest and concern to area businesses.
Serves as an inexpensive investment in
the long term success of your business.
Fosters organized leadership among
Enhances the community to make it a
better place to live, work, and to conduct business.
Develops a foundation of strength where
member ideas are embraced.