Queen of Hearts – Drawings are every Tuesday Night – 7pm – The Spot
Chamber Chat – Tuesday Mornings on WXMR 94.3 Marengo Community Radio
LADIES NIGHT OUT – April 18th
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25th Annual Community Guide
2nd Joker revealed on 1-22-19 – Board resets and new rules are in effect with this board.
New rules include – higher payouts
Tickets available at: The Chamber Office, Brandt’s Pharmacy, Joe’s Place and The Spot
April 16, 2019 Drawing -$ 44,077.00 PLUS Ticket Sales
April 2019 Newsletter
Click here to view as pdf: February 2019
Click here to view as pdf: January 2019
Click here to view as pdf: December 2018
2019 State of the Community Breakfast
The guest speakers for the 2019 State of the Community Breakfast, which was held, Thursday, January 17, 2019 at Trio Grille.
Left to right – Jack Franks-McHenry County Board Chairman, Bob Bradbury-Marengo Fire Rescue District Chief, Steven Reick-Illinois State Representative, Josh Blakemore-City of Marengo Administrator, Tim Sebastian- Board of Directors Chairman Marengo Union Chamber of Commerce, Craig, Wilcox-Illinois State Senator and John Kimmel-Marengo Fire Rescue District Asst. Chief.
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Ribbon Cutting Ceremony – Cowboy’s Auto Repair, Inc.
657 W. Grant Hwy., Marengo, IL
April 21, 2018
Photo by: Samantha Helfers
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony – Federal Direct Tax & Business Services
213 S. State Street, Marengo, IL
Left to right: Melissa Stocker – First National Bank; Leslie Pace – First National Bank; Stella D’Souza; Gene Carroccia – Bobby’s Shoe Store; Jerald D’Souza – Owner; Colleen Helfers – Chamber Director; John Koziol – Mayor, City of Marengo; Josh Blakemore – City Administrator, City of Marengo. Photo by: Samantha Helfers
2018 “Dinner with a Veteran” American Eagle with Flag Print Winner
Congratulations to John Penny, a Veteran from the National Guard who won the Dinner with a Veteran’s American Eagle/Flag print donated by WildHeartland Art – Paul Turnbaugh. A HUGE thank you to ALL the Volunteers especially Gretchen & Grace Sebastian, who served our Veterans with dignity and honor. A MASSIVE thank you to our main sponsor Thrivent Financial – and all our table sponsors: George Regas, Your Supply Depot, Marengo Insurance Agency, Glo-Bowl Fun Center/Trio Grille, The Resenbeck Family, The Law Office of William Pulak, RedLine Livery, Victory Rock Fellowship, Prairie Community Bank, Huntington Appliance Service, Jay Pace Construction. Thank you to all the staff at StoneBakers Pizza for allowing and helping us to transform the restaurant into a fellowship event, Thank you to McHenry County Marine Corps League Auxiliary Unit #419 for their support and Thank you to WXMR 94.3 Marengo Community Radio. Most importantly – Thank you to all our Veterans!
2017 “Dinner with a Veteran” American Pride Print winner.
US Army Veteran and Commander of the American Legion Post #192, Larry Dochterman’s name was drawn from all the Veterans in attendance on Monday, November 6, 2017. Presenting the print is Paul Turnbaugh – Artist and owner WildHeartland Art, Larry Dochterman, and Colleen Helfers, Executive Director.
A huge THANK YOU for all our sponsors: StoneBakers Pizza and their entire staff, WXMR 94.3 Marengo Community Radio volunteers, Kids Hour hosts, and McHenry County Marine Corps League Aux. #419. Table sponsors: Bobby’s Shoe Store, Anonymous, Bobby & Charlene, Country Gentlemen, Miss Kitty’s Saloon, Ed & Tammy Olsen, George Regas – Thrivent Financial, The Resenbeck Family, Victory Rock Fellowship, WildHeartland Art and Your Supply Depot.
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony -Fire & Ice Smokehouse and Creamery – 104A Railroad Street, Marengo 815-568-7337
Left to Right: Colleen Helfers Chamber Director, George Steinke, Owners Joe & Lolly Steinke, Randy Hauschildt, BMO Harris Bank and Board Member, Deb Hauschildt, Glo-Bowl Fun Center and Board Member.
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony – Midtown Vapor – 115 W. Prairie St., Marengo – 815-596-2050
Left to Right – Randy Hauschildt -BMO Harris Bank and Board Member, Deb Hauschildt – Glo-Bowl Fun Center and Board Member, William Pulak – Attorney at Law and Board Member, Ed Rosengren – Illinois Railway Museum and Board Member, Business Owner – Richard Flynn, Gary Boden – City Administratior, Denise Swanson – Prairie Community Bank, Colleen Helfers – Chamber Director. Photo by: Jenny Blais – Marengo Union Times
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony – Marengo Physical Therapy 200 Lindow Lane, Suite E – Marengo – 815-568-8878
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony – Your Supply Depot Limited 207 E. Grant Highway, Marengo 815-568-4115
Left to right: Brittany Richardson – Board Member, Denise Swanson – Prairie Community Bank, Mayor Don Lockhart, Tim Sebastian – Century 21, Leslie Pace – Castle Bank Board Member, Laura Heinberg – Remax Connections, Jim Duncan – Edward Jones and Board of Directors Chairman, Tom Stewart – Owner, William Pulak, Attorney at Law and Board of Directors Treasurer, Colleen Helfers, Chamber Director. Photo by: Samantha Helfers
Welcome New Members
Our Newest Members
Thomson Linear Motion
Mary Kay Cosmetics – Judy Nepil-Shaw 815-923-4891
2 Froggy Jumps, LLC.
First Presbyterian Church
Mohr Safety, LLC
D5 Iron Works
McHenry County Marine Corps League Aux. #419 – Toys for Tots
Environmental Defenders of McHenry County
Signatures by Hughes, Inc/Hughes Signs
A Thymeless Bloom
Hair of the Dawg Pet Grooming – 708-446-3644
Ala’s Boutique – 815-354-9655
Tammie Pulak – Norwex Cleaning Products Consultant 815-761-5532
Cowboy’s Auto Repair
Lysa Johnson – Young Living Essential Oils Consultant – 815-520-7801
Tammy Olsen – Adornable U Jewerly Consultant – 815-878-0502
Kathy Rupp – Gold Canyon Consultant 815-298-8918
News & Updates
The 2018 Chamber community Guide is now available at the Chamber office.
Remember to support those businesses that advertised.
It was mailed to all households, businesses, and P.O. Boxes in the 60152 and 60180 zip codes.
click this link to access the community guide