The Hartland Chamber of Commerce congratulates our “Business of the Week”

Greater Hartland Area Kiwanis Club

Pictured, (l-r), are the Club’s Officers: Nina Gaydos-Fedak, President-Elect; Pete Roidt, Secretary; David Cox, President; Suzanne Thomas, Treasurer.

Members of the Kiwanis Club of Greater Hartland have a desire to give back to their community in support of the global mission to change the world one child and one community at a time. Members of the Kiwanis Club of Hartland contribute their time to community service, establishing community relationships, enjoying fellowship, increasing membership, raising funds for projects, and organizing events and activities with an overall goal to build a stronger community, foster citizenship and serve youth, elderly, and the disadvantaged.

Through various fundraising events, the club is able to direct resources to community activities that enrich children’s lives and to support local organizations that assist fellow community members. The Hartland Kiwanis Club extends to hundreds of area students by sponsoring a Key Club at Arrowhead High School and, soon, a Key Club at Lake Country Lutheran High School. We are proud to support these fine young women and men who give of themselves by providing their support charitable organizations within the Hartland area.

The Club currently meets on the first and third Thursdays for a 7:00am breakfast at the Hartland Municipal Building in the Village Board Room. We always welcome new members!

The Greater Hartland Area Kiwanis Club has been a member of the Chamber for 19 years.

The Chamber highlights deserving members to thank them for their membership and commitment to the Hartland community. Businesses also receive a gift certificate from the Hartland Chamber and are asked to participate in the “Pay It Forward” program by passing it along to one of their deserving clients, vendors or employees.


Thank you to BEER SNOBS Ale & Eats , and our hosts Steve Berger and Harry Berg, for holding our 20/20 Networking where participants learned about craft beers in 20 minutes. Great beer, great food, great company and great networking. It’s times like this when our program should be 2 hours long! Anyone who stops by BEER SNOBS Ale & Eats can get on their list to be involved in choosing their beer selections! Sounds like a great offer to me!


The Hartland Chamber of Commerce welcomed a new member recently. Ambassador Matt Gaulke of Great Midwest Bank, SSB presented Neely Basich of Thirty-One Gifts with a membership plaque from the Chamber. Also pictured (l-r) are Lynn Minturn, Hartland Chamber of CommerceExecutive Director; Dr. Kelly Newman, Generations Dental; Nick Miller,Lake Country Bed Barn; and Deb Nollen, Hartland Area Greetings and a Mary Kay Beauty Consultant.

Thirty-One Gifts is unique in that their mission is to celebrate, encourage and reward women. Their name comes from Proverbs 31 in the Old Testament. They seek to celebrate women as they reward themselves with their helpful products. They encourage every woman to find where Thirty-One would best fit in her life. They offer purses, bags, totes, organizing products and have recently introduced jewelry and personalized pillows into their product line.

Neely Basich can be reached at (262) 361-8210. For more information visit the Thirty-One Gifts website at


The Hartland Chamber of Commerce congratulates our “Business of the Week”
Divine Redeemer Lutheran Church and School
31385 W. Hill Road
Hartland, WI 53029

Pictured are (l-r) are Renee Kandler, Andy Kroemer, Karen Lippert, Pastor Kurt Wenzelburger, Pastor Jeffery Schubert, Principal Mike Oldenberg, Heidi Graf and Ruth Sternemann.
Divine Redeemer Lutheran Church has been a beacon in the Hartland Community since 1972. They are a member of The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. They are committed to Lutheran worship, which focuses squarely on Jesus Christ, present for us and with us through His Word and Sacraments. Their members assemble many times during the week for Bible study and prayer; but primarily on Sunday mornings to worship as a family. While there are multiple services as well as service styles, all of them exist to create a family setting and to help make your worship meaningful. It is a time for all to come together as The Body of Christ, Who is living and active among us. Jesus said, “Lo, I am with you always, to the very end of the age” (Matt. 28:20). When He gathers us around His Word and Sacraments, He fulfills this promise to us once again.
They invite you to come as you are and worship with them and they sincerely hope that you will join their family of faith. They welcome your time and talents in service to others in the Hartland Community and beyond through Divine Redeemer. They also wish to be of service to you with the many opportunities they offer in worship, service, prayer, Bible study and fellowship. Divine Redeemer Lutheran Church and School can be reached at (262) 367-8400. Visit for more information.
Divine Redeemer Lutheran Church and School has been a member of the Chamber for 26 years.

Village of Hartland Becomes First Ice Age Trail Community

The Ice Age Trail is projected to pass through 137 – 146 communities as it courses through Wisconsin, connecting people and places along the way. Building strong relationships is critical to the long term success of the Alliance and expansion of the Trail. To meet this need the Alliance has created the Ice Age Trail Community program.

This past fall the Village of Hartland, in Waukesha County, completed the application and assessment process to become the first official Ice Age Trail Community. The Hartland Business Improvement District (BID) and Village administration joined hands to submit an application that set a very high standard for future communities to meet. They took a look at existing infrastructure and amenities through the eyes of a hiker. Plans are underway to enhance the presence of the Ice Age Trail as it passes through downtown, raising awareness of the national treasure found within the community.

Visitors to Hartland will immediately see the impact this program has had on the community. Whether the trip takes them to the Lake Country Fine Arts School where they can see the Ice Age Trail themed mural or stop at Señor Tomás Restaurant along the banks of the Bark River, trail users will know they are in a community that supports the Ice Age Trail Alliance. The next time you are looking for a place to hike take a look at Hartland and support the communities that support the Ice Age Trail. Don’t forget to tell the business you patronize you are there to hike the Trail!  —article courtesy of Ice Age Trail Alliance Blog



A special thanks to Western Lakes Golf Club for hosting our 20/20 Networking. Participants were able to get tips from the golf pro which will come in handy this week during the Tri-Chamber Golf Outing. The outing is sold out but you can still promote your business and donate something for our raffle baskets. Contact the chamber if you are interested 262-367-7059. This month, guests will “Learn About Craft Beers in 20 minutes” when BEER SNOBS Ale & Eats hosts our 20/20 Networking on June 22 – samples included 🙂. Make plans to join us!


The Hartland Chamber of Commerce welcomed a new member recently.

Pictured (l-r) are Scott Heyerdahl- First Weber, Premier Partners and Joe Glomski First Bank Financial Centre (FBFC), presenting Dr. James Hauke, Rising Health Chiropractic Wellness with a membership plaque from the Chamber. Also pictured are Dr. Hauke’s wife and Office Manager, Chana, their daughter Vianna and their Front Desk Coordinator, Maddie.

Rising Health Chiropractic Wellness offers top of industry computerized nerve analysis, state certified nutrition counseling, exercise guidance, family care, injury healing and prevention. They help people enjoy life and get healthier.

Rising Health Chiropractic Wellness is located at 601 Ryan Street, Suite F, Pewaukee. You can reach them at (262) 695-9698 or visit more information.


The Hartland Chamber of Commerce welcomed a new member recently.

Pictured (l-r) are Nick Miller, Lake Country Bed Barn; Krista Morrissey, Choices Coaching + Consulting, LLC and Deb Nollen, Hartland Area Greetings.

Life + leadership coaching = one to one team coaching for personal + professional growth. Choices Coaching + Consulting, LLC offers workshops + retreats for personal self-reflection, choices + growth consulting: continuous improvement, strategy, organization, change management – all for feeding organization health.

You can reach Choices Coaching + Consulting, LLC at (262) 442-4303 or visit for more information.


Hartland Chamber Business of the Week Award!

The Hartland Chamber of Commerce recently awarded chamber member,Cousins Subs of Hartland – Cottonwood Ave., our “Business of the Week” Award.

Pictured are Nick and Tejal Patel and their children, Alisha and Ethan. .

Nick Patel is the owner of the Cousins Subs in Hartland. That location has been owned by his family since June, 2000. His wife, Tejal Patel, helps him run the location. They love the Cousins Subs brand and really believe it is the best sub sandwich you can buy. No other sub franchise offers the combination of freshly sliced meat, grilled subs, fries, soups, and freshly baked bread. They also love being part of the Hartland community and the people of Hartland. Cousins Subs has been supporting local schools and churches by donating food & money and hiring local high school students every year. Their family hopes to live here and serve the community for the long foreseeable future.

Cousins Subs can be reached at (262) 367-7500. Visit for more information.