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11/03/2022 - Meeting Minutes
The meeting opened at 12:10 as Nicole Zollinger welcomed Chamber Members. Thanks to Stonefire Pizzeria for hosting us today.
Alpine Cleaning and Restoration (Wayne Moore) - Offer free evaluations for any fire, mold, water damage. Be careful during the holiday season. Plug for the Family Place - great organization to support.
Smithfield Lions Club (Deon Hunsaker)- Blood Drive coming up on December 20th. So far this year they have collected 95 units for the American Red Cross. Working on their tree for Night of Giving so looking for any donations to add to the value - just let him know. Always looking for members looking to help with service in the community - they have built beds, eyeglass donations, do concessions at Blue Sox games and much more.
Schreiber Foods (Scott Nielson)- Continuing to expand so looking for more workers! Great for college kids - lots of available and flexible shifts and start at $17 an hour.
Cache Valley Bank (Darrell Simmons)- So appreciative of all the business getting from the community. Lots of growth - commercial loans, home equity, whatever you need. Lots of products available for consumers.
Stapley Accounting (Terri Stapley)- If you need help with End of Year let them know so that things work well as you close out your books.
Birch Creek Golf Course (Eric Kleven)- Currently closed. Know that the golf course doesn’t use city drinking water and use irrigation water that is specifically for the golf course. Staying busy with parties and events in the off season. Will be doing a Black Friday sale.
Smithfield City (Kris Monson)- Thanks so much for water conservation! Thanks to Alpine for putting water messages on their signage. Garbage service will continue through the end of June and are hiring a new company that will build in Smithfield. Residents will keep service and businesses will contract with the company. Green waste service will change. Doug Petersen is retiring from city maintenance and will be missed.
Birch Creek Elementary (Trudy Wilson)- Red Ribbon Week this week. Still looking for paraprofessionals so spread the word.
Summit Elementary (Aimee McNeil)- Things are going well not that Halloween is over. Parent Teacher conferences are coming up.
Lee’s Marketplace (Kevin Humphries)- Getting ready for Thanksgiving - we have more turkeys than most so come in and get one! Spend $50 and get a turkey for 99 cents a pound will be starting next week. Getting stocked up for the holidays and expecting to have a good supply.
Preston Watts Collision and Glass (Josh Watts)- Lots of business - unfortunately lots of crashes. Seeing a lot of hit and runs in parking lots. Think about where you park to stay safe.
Smithfield City (Curtis Wall)- Roolee building is sold and will be transitioned to light manufacturing. Thanks to everyone for conserving water - doing well with help from citizens. Pump house for the new well will be up and running in June. Temple has missionaries and a visitors station working during construction. News about the strip on Main Street - working on getting tenants but not moving very quickly.
Sunrise Elementary (Shellie Healy)- Doing well. Looking for volunteers for recess.
Discovery Area Guides (Jack Johnson) - Working on Area Guides - looking for others to be involved and will be publishing in two weeks. Looking to do an outlet guide and QR code reminders as well. Cache Curb Appeal and Green Check (Troy Teeples) - Green Check is a new monitoring service looking to help with website traffic. Recommend any business owner to monitor your website.
Elevate Pest Control and Cache Valley Light and Sound (Paul Jenkins) - Doing inspections for bugs and pests. Excited to help with Night of Giving. Main goal is to help with suicide prevention and hope in the community. Looking to build a website and getting people who can help in touch with those who need help.
Smithfield Recreation (Richard Varela) - Trick or Treat Street and Light Parade - lots of people came (just under 1000) kids. Outside was great with good weather. Plan is to keep it outside with the Rec Center as backup. Will fix logistics next year. Thanks to those who manned doors. Top of Utah tournament is ongoing this weekend. Also gearing up for winter sports and the Turkey Trot, which is November 19th. Expecting 550 runners so if you want to donate to race bags let Richard know ASAP.
Family Place (Jayda Maws) - Looking for donations for their Giving Tree - will drop off a box at your business where people can donate for specific things (snacks, therapy sessions, supplies). The Kid’s Place Food Pantry is running low; they are accepting non-perishable food items.
Also - StoneFire Pizzeria - will be doing 20% off their XL pizza and pasta through December. Also offering a gift card offer - buy $30 in gift cards and get $5 free.
Night of Giving:
Please help share through social media - Facebook and Instagram. Alpine is providing a radio ad. Please pass along your digital copy of the poster. Let Nicole know if you need a physical copy of the poster.
Angel Trees are up at Stonefire and the Rec Center.
Event Details: Doors will open 6pm for walkthroughs - event starts 6:30 pm.
Tickets: $40 per person includes 1 raffle ticket Table reservation: Table of 8 = $320, Table of 10 = $400 and Table of 12 = $480.
Raffle - 1 for $5, 5 for $20, 15 for $50 and 40 for $100 golden tickets $5 (purchased at event)
- $500 - Table of 8 includes 8 Golden Ticket Vouchers and 40 Raffle Tickets;
- $750 - Table of 8 includes 16 Golden Ticket Vouchers and 80 Raffle Tickets;
- $1000 - Table of 8 includes 32 Golden Ticket Vouchers and 160 Raffle tickets.
If you would like a sponsorship but need a table of 10 or 12, just add $40 for each additional person.
Set up/take down tables and Chairs - (Friday) Smithfield Youth Council - might need a trailer. Saturday Set up starts at 8am
Auction items delivered by NOON Saturday If you want to be listed in the program! We are in need of auction items, raffle items, and golden ticket prizes.
The Young Single Adult ward will be wrapping and delivering on: Monday DEC 19TH 6-7pm for those that only want to shop.
Calendar Items for 2022:
- December 3rd - Night of Giving
Next Meeting - December 8th at noon. Birch Creek Golf Course. Lunch will be provided. We will be asking for RSVP’s.