Our 2014 Sponsors
Deal of the Day
Chamber Meeting & Speaker Information
OUR OFFICE IS UNDERGOING RENOVATION
PLEASE VISIT US AT OUR TEMPORARY LOCATION
IN THE DOWNTOWN PALMER PLAZA, SUITE 204
Wednesday, November 5, 2014
Lunch Served: 11:45 am
Networking Time: 11:45 am - Noon
Program: Noon - 1:00 pm
Palmer Moose Lodge
1136 S. Cobb St, Palmer, AK 99645
Program: 2015 Legislative Priorities
Spotlight: Presentation to Janet Kincaid
50/50: Deana Moore, Alaska USA Federal Credit Union
Soup & Salad $8.00
50/50: Starting at $ 391.00 and 10 marbles
8 tickets for $5.00
3 tickets for $2.00
1 ticket for $1.00
Market your business by bringing a door prize to our next Chamber Luncheon.
Colony Christmas Special Events Committee Meeting
The next Colony Christmas meeting will take place on Thursday, November 6, at 8:00 am, in Vagabond Blues. Please come by and help us plan out this year's festivities. The 2014 theme is "Light Up The Night"
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In the spirit of Colony Christmas, we are proud to announce that we will begin offering our "Olde Colony Winter Ale" beginning December 12. Be on the lookout for this wonderful limited edition beer. Please stop by the brewery to sample our hand-made creations and take home a growler to enjoy. Happy Holidays from Arkose Brewery!
On Saturday, November 1, and on the first Saturday of each month, Mat-Su Sertoma is providing FREE HEARING testing to the community, ages 7 and older. No appointment is necessary and you can arrive between 10am to 1pm. This testing takes very little time and can provide you with a base-line evaluation. Hearing screening is provided at the Wasilla Physical Therapy office located behind Geneva Woods Pharmacy off Seward Meridian in Wasilla.
Mat-Su Sertoma Club uses an audiometer for the evaluation of hearing loss, purchased with a grant from the Mat-Su Health Foundation. We offer FREE Hearing Screening, although we are not certified audiologists, we can provide you with a report on your current hearing status. We now have two testing rooms so bring your friends.
Noise erodes the small hair cells inside the cochlea of the human hearing organ. It is a very gradual process, and not a very noticeable one in the early stages. The damage that occurs on a daily basis is at first a temporary hearing damage. With repeated noise, exposure the temporary damage turns into a permanent damage. At this stage, the damage is irreversible.
For more information about the Mat-Su Sertoma Club go to their website at www.matsuhearing.org.
Valley Community for Recycling Solutions
Mat-Su Senior Services
Northern Industrial Training
Fosselman & Associates
Wayland Baptist University