Welcome to Our New Members
We’re very pleased to welcome two new Chamber Members: Nicole Teeter of Nicole Teeter Business Services and Justin Howe of the Kimberley General Store. Justin was elected as a Board Member at the recent AGM; his restaurant, Justin’s Oven, was winner of the Business of the Year award given that same night. Dane Nielsen is also a new Board Member. He is a former Chamber Vice President, and a current Municipal councillor and owner of the Grist Mill Winery in Eugenia.
Ron Gillespie of The Market Shoppe in Markdale has served on the Board for eight years and has stepped aside to enable new Members to take Board positions. We thank Ron for his commitment and support of Grey Highlands businesses over the years.
Digital Main St.
Interested in growing your business with the use of digital technologies? The Municipality of Grey Highlands is taking part in a provincial initiative called Digital Main St., which offers training, one-on-one support, and money to help you realize your digital goals.
Come out to a free event on November 20 at the Flesherton Library, from 11am until noon, which will benefit everyone from digital novice to tech-savvy pro. Bring your laptop or tablet to make immediate changes to strengthen your digital presence.
Email email@example.com for information on the program or the information session.
We’d like to make you aware of two Chamber Members’ upcoming events.
Markdale Foodland will be holding a job fair in the Markdale Arena Hall on Nov. 6 from 10am to 8pm and in the Flesherton Kinplex on Nov. 7 from 10am to 9pm.
Sea & Ski Realty invites you to the grand opening of their new office at 129 Toronto Street in Markdale. Come & go on Nov. 26 from 5pm to 8pm. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-800-861-7289.
Thinking About Christmas?
Mark your calendar! Markdale’s Moonlight Madness and tree lighting will take place Nov. 29 and Santa is coming to Markdale on Nov. 30. The parade theme is “Christmas in the country.” Please see the poster below.
Just a reminder to shop local as you and your home transition into winter. Let your dollars benefit the people and the place where you live.