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September's New Members
Cutting Edge Lawncare, Robert Uthoff, owner.

J&E Warner & Sons. Interior/exterior painting

Martin Roofing & Remodeling, LLC, Christopher J. Martin
October Member Profile
Phil Wieloch
Business: Phil Wieloch Financial, Phil Wieloch
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"And everywhere, around, above, below, when the Preceptor bore his bride away, their songs burst forth in joyous overflow, and a new heaven bent over a new earth amid the sunny farms of Killingworth"
The Birds of Killingworth
by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Welcome to the Chamber
The purpose of the Chamber of Commerce shall be to create a more favorable atmosphere for local business in harmony with the quality and character of the community.

The Board of Directors meets the second Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m. The next meeting will be held October 9th in the Killingworth Library meeting room. All members are welcome to attend. Business owners interested in joining the Chamber are also invited to attend.
SAVE THE DATE
Christmas at the Farm - Saturday, December 6th .
It's not too early to put some Holiday events on your calendar. Reserve Dec. 6 for the Chamber of Commerce's Christmas at the Farm. Inclement weather date is Dec. 8. Join us for a tree lighting ceremony, Christmas carols, refreshments and shopping with your local non-profit and Chamber vendors.

If you're interested in reserving space, please contact Peg Scofield at (203)641-2341 or peg@killingworthct.com. Tables are $20 for Chamber members and non-profits.
In This Month's Krier
President's Message
Carrie Sassi
Greetings and Happy Autumn.
What can your Chamber do for you?
We provide members with marketing opportunities, social networking events, listings in the town's only business directory and website visibility. This is your Chamber to help you by providing potential customers with information about your business.

A thank you to Ken Metz and Forrest King for hosting last month's Business after Hours at their stunning Chatfield Hollow Bed and Breakfast. We'll bring you photos from the event in our November issue of the Krier.

A direct benefit of your membership is having the Chamber's board of directors, committees, and staff working with and for you to make this area a better place in which to do business. The Chamber encourages all members to be involved in events or programs and to provide input on the direction and focus of our activities. If there is something interesting going on with your business, please share that with our editor, Fiona Phelan at k-krier@comcast.net

If you have any questions about the region or the Killingworth Chamber of Commerce, please contact any member of the Chamber staff. We are working hard to support the progress of this already fabulous community.

I hope to meet with many of you at our 2nd Annual Pumpkin carving event which is co-sponsored by the Killingworth Lions (who are always willing to step up and lend a hand whenever and wherever needed) and Roberts Food Center (one of my favorite grocery destinations for their fresh produce, meats and meals-to-go).

See you at Parmelee Farm on Oct. 25 for this fun event. Bring your family, bring your business cards and bring your creativity.

Carrie