Welcome to new Hartland Chamber Member – F5 Funnel Cakes!

The Hartland Chamber of Commerce welcomed a new member recently. Ambassador Scott Heyerdahl of Scott Heyerdahl- First Weber, Premier Partners (left) presented Mary Kay Heidger and Ron Novak of F5 Funnel Cakes with a membership plaque from the Chamber. Also pictured are (l-r) Lynn Minturn, Hartland Chamber President and Chamber representatives Karla Lauersdorf, Ixonia Bank and Dr. Mike Merkt, The Specific Chiropractic Centers – Lake Country.

F5 Funnel Cakes is a mobile concession trailer providing sweet confections to public and private events. They provide, of course, funnel cakes, and also elephant ears, deep fried Oreos, Twinkies and Snickers. At private venues they can tweak the menu to your preferences. Everything they serve is hot and fresh. For more information, contact F5 Funnel Cakes at f5funnelcakes@aol.com.

THE HARTLAND CHAMBER WELCOMED KELLER WILLIAMS LAKE COUNTRY WITH A RIBBON CUTTING CEREMONY!

The Hartland Chamber recently welcomed Keller Williams Lake Country Keller Williams Realty, Milwaukee Lake Country to the neighborhood with a ribbon cutting ceremony. Pictured in the foreground are (l-r) Lynn Minturn, Hartland Chamber President; Jeff Pfannerstill, Village of Hartland President Village of Hartland, WI; Keller Williams representatives Bruce Gallagher, Maureen Stalle, Rick Stalle, Jay Schmidt and Karen Trimble; Paul Decker, Waukesha County Chairman; and Jeff Anson, Village of Hartland Trustee. They are further joined by representative from Keller Williams Lake Country, the Hartland Chamber, and the Village of Hartland. Keller Williams Lake Country is located at 200 E. Capitol Drive, Hartland. Visit www.kwlakecountry.comfor further information.

MEET YOUR MONTHLY CIP “CHAMBER IMPORTANT PERSON” – HARTLAND CHAMBER PRESIDENT, LYNN MINTURN!

Lynn has been the President/Executive Director of the Hartland Chamber of Commerce since 2004, responsible for developing and guiding an active program aimed at improving business-civic conditions, and identifying finite details needed to run a business and plan large-scale special events. Lynn came to the chamber with a strong financial and marketing background having been a Financial Advisor with Morgan Stanley in Watertown, WI for several years and a Senior Product Manager with Firstar Information Services in Milwaukee, WI for almost 15 years.

TEN THINGS SHE CAN’T LIVE WITHOUT:
FAMILY
My husband’s laugh and my son’s smile – genuine, spontaneous expressions of love – when they are happy, my world borders on perfection. Most of my family lives within a 10 mile radius. It is so easy to get together on the spur of the moment.

CHAMBER VOLUNTEERS
These magnificent individuals spend hours and hours every year helping make great things happen in Hartland. As they say, “It takes a Village”.

OIKOS KEY LIME YOGURT
My go-to breakfast.

BEING CONNECTED
I work alone much of the time but need to be in constant contact with dozens of individuals, businesses and committees every day. Though often maligned, email is the only efficient means to keep on top of an ever-moving calendar of events, seminars, meetings and chamber offerings.

CREATIVE OUTLET
I constantly dabble in DIY projects. Whether decorating, cooking, crafting or sewing, when I look at something I like to take it apart visually and try to figure out how I can first, make it and then, make it my own. To bring that creative outlet into my work day, I am constantly finessing ideas and twisting them on their head to find a new way to do something old. The discovery of what might be possible is intriguing to me.

MAGNIFIERS
I only need them for reading but you’ll often see me with a pair on top of my head even if I have a pair on my face because I can’t be caught without them.

GUILTY PLEASURES
So You Think You Can Dance. Dancing with the Stars. In my youth, I danced for years and taught some classes, and thought at one time I might pursue it as a career. Now I live vicariously through these shows because I’m getting to an age where I could end up in traction if I tried some of those moves.

WISCONSIN’S SEASONS
I adore the warmer months because I cherish the time spent outside having impromptu ‘clean out the freezer” or ‘take it from the garden’ cookouts with family and friends. I can’t wait to start the bonfire then turn on the music and dance, sing badly and laugh until we have tears streaming down our cheeks. Fall is so beautiful here and while winters can be taxing, it just wouldn’t be Christmas without the snow. And, of course, the Packers. Oh, wait…I keep forgetting that is not a season.

CLEAN CLOSETS
My week can feel like a roller coaster ride having to keep so many details in check, but having organized closets gives me a sense of calm and of being in control in at least one area of my life.

HAVING A PURPOSE
Whether it’s my job, being a good wife and mother, volunteering, crossing things off my bucket list or just finding joy in the day, I feel validated at the end of the week for a job well-done if I had a goal and a purpose.

HARTLAND CHAMBER PRESENTS GOLDEN HAMMER AWARD TO JD MCCORMICK COMPANY!

JD McCormick LLC of Madison, Wisconsin was recently presented with the Golden Hammer Award by the Hartland Chamber of Commerce in recognition of exemplary property improvements. JD McCormick, founded in 2007, develops, builds, and manages apartment and commercial buildings throughout the state of Wisconsin. They recently developed Hartland Riverwalk, a 70+ unit residential facility and commercial store front complex in downtown Hartland.
The Chamber believes that these improvements positively and directly affect commerce in Hartland and enhance the community as a whole. The intent of the Golden Hammer Award is to further encourage property owners and businesses to invest in improvements which ultimately make Hartland a better place to work and live.

Pictured (L-R) from JD McCormick are Karrmin Temple, Property Manager; Matt Szentes, Assistant Manager; Ryne Hodgson, Director of Real Estate; and Joe McCormick, President of JD McCormick Company. They are joined by Chamber Board representatives: Krista Morrissey, CHOICES Coaching + Counseling, LLC; Donna Dorau, Village of Hartland, WI; Deb Nollen, Area Welcome and a Mary Kay Beauty Consultant; Lynn Minturn, Hartland Chamber President; Jessie Puzach, Birch & Banyan Coffee; Lisa Holahan, Kaiser Holahan, LLC and Ryan Bailey, Village of Hartland.

WELCOME NEW CHAMBER MEMBER – WAUKESHA PHYSICAL THERAPY CLINICS!

The Hartland Chamber of Commerce welcomed a new member recently. Ambassador Deb Nollen of Area Welcome and a Mary Kay Beauty Consultant (left) presented Gabriele Langan of Waukesha Physical Therapy Clinics with a membership plaque from the Chamber. Also pictured is Chamber Board Member and Ambassador Matt Gaulke of Great Midwest Bank.

Waukesha Physical Therapy Clinic is an outpatient physical therapy clinic which has been in business over 30 years. Patients receive exceptional care, with experienced MU alumni P.T.’s, at an affordable cost. Services include spinal treatment, custom orthotics, sports recovery programs, TMJ, post-surgical rehab and vestibular treatment. They accept all insurances.

Waukesha Physical Therapy Clinics is located at 600 Hartbrook Dr., Ste.111, Hartland and can be reached at (262) 367-3110.