Shout out to Warhawk Manufacturing students who created a new Optical sign for Dr. Anna Koeck of Theia Vision Care!

Warhawk Manufacturing students organize and manage a profitable business by engineering, producing and selling items for individuals and companies. Visit their website at www.warhawkmanufacturing.edwid.com.

Theia Vision Care, located at 213 E. Capitol Drive, Hartland, is a boutique destination for lifestyle-based eyecare and hand-crafted, independent eyewear. Visit www.theiavisioncare.com to learn more.

Pictured (l-r) are Arrowhead High School teacher, Jeff Luetschwager: AHS students Owen Jacobsen; Keller Williams; Logan Lusk; Chamber Board Chair, Cindy Bong of Global Financial Group; Chamber Ambassador Dr. Anna Koeck of Theia Vision Care; AHS student Braden Race; Chamber Board Member/Ambassador Sara Rennekamp of Wisconsin Athletic Club; and AHS student Tanner Brasfield.

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE HARTLAND CHAMBER BUSINESS OF THE WEEK – CENTER FOR WELL-BEING LAKE COUNTRY, LLC!

Pictured are Hannah Sutter-Balke, Sandra Anderson and Mary Rudolph.

“Where the joy and the journey intertwine.”

We all deserve joy in our lives. At the Center for Well-Being Lake Country LLC they strive to offer the support you seek to experience more joy in your life on a deeper level of understanding and integration of your body, mind, and spirit. By using a holistic approach to wellness, they offer a diverse selection of private sessions, classes, and community events. Holistic health is a non-medical lifestyle choice that incorporates principles and practices of viewing health as something more than not being sick. It views self-care as a partnership that empowers you on all levels of your being.

Center for Well-Being Lake Country, LLC is located at 301 Cottonwood Avenue, Hartland and can be reached at (262) 367-0607. For more information visit www.c4wb.com. The Chamber highlights deserving members to thank them for their membership and commitment to the Hartland community.

A WARM WELCOME TO NEW CHAMBER MEMBER – CHICK-FIL-A PEWAUKEE!

The Hartland Chamber of Commerce welcomed a new member recently. Kyle Bartz of Chick-fil-A Pewaukee is shown holding a plaque from the Chamber. Also pictured (l-r) are Chamber Board member Scott Heyerdahl of Scott Heyerdahl- First Weber, Premier Partners; Chamber Ambassadors Nick Jensen of Keller Williams Realty, Milwaukee Lake Country and Mark Walters of Mark Walters Re/Max Realty Group Broker; and Chamber Board members Rebecca Rebholz of Get Salty & Lit and Elise Miller of Lake Country Bed Barn.

Chick-fil-A Pewaukee is proud to be your nearest Chick-fil-A®, serving freshly prepared food crafted with quality ingredients every day of the week (except Sunday, of course). Their restaurant offers everything from Chick-fil-A menu classics, like the original Chick-fil-A Chicken Sandwich, Chicken Nuggets and Chick-fil-A Waffle Potato Fries®, to breakfast, salads, treats, Kid’s Meals and more. Feeding a group? Their Chick-fil-A location also offers a variety of catering options, perfect for your next get-together.

Chick-fil-A Pewaukee can be reached at (262) 691-0537. For more information visit www.cfasite.com/pewaukee.

WE ARE EXCITED TO WELCOME NEW CHAMBER MEMBER: EVOLVE – A COMMUNITY SPACE FOR MIND & BODY!

The Hartland Chamber of Commerce welcomed a new member recently. Chamber Board Member/Ambassador Scott Heyerdahl of Scott Heyerdahl- First Weber, Premier Partners presented Cheri Cope of Evolve, A Community Space for Mind and Body with a plaque from the Chamber. Also pictured (L-R) are Chamber Board Chair Cindy Bong of Global Financial Group; Chamber Board Member Krista Morrissey of Choices Coaching & Consulting; Chamber Ambassador Mike Gogin of Mike Gogin – State Farm; Chamber Board Member Elise Miller of Lake Country Bed Barn; Nicole Hawley of Evolve; Chamber Ambassador Nick Jensen of Keller Williams Realty, Milwaukee Lake Country; and Chamber board Member Rebecca Rebholz of Get Salty & Lit.

Evolve is a collaborative community space where teachers, students, and entrepreneurs come together and practice their passion. Evolve provides a space, where instructors have the opportunity to manage and own their own business, and students can select from class offerings, teachers, and schedules. They are a center for Mind & Body offerings!

Evolve – A Community Space for Mind & Body can be reached at (414) 659-1866. For more information visit www.evolvelakecountry.com.

CHAMBER BEHIND THE SCENES AWARD!

Congratulations to Ron Nollen and Dr. Chris Rebholz of The Chiropractors on sharing the 2021 “Behind the Scenes” Award from the Hartland Chamber! You might not see them, but these two are always working hard to make sure that things run smoothly at the Party in the Park and so many other chamber events! Thank you gentlemen!

WE ARE SO LUCKY TO HAVE THIS GREAT GUY AS AN AMBASSADOR AND A BOARD MEMBER – DR. MIKE MERKT, THE SPECIFIC CHIROPRACTIC CENTER!

Dr. Mike Merkt is a board member as well as Ambassador for The Hartland Chamber of Commerce. He also owns The Specific Chiropractic Centers – Lake Country where he provides care to people struggling with chronic pain, headaches and migraines, fatigue, vertigo, sleep issues, and other symptoms that a lot of people find difficult to find resolution to.

When not working you can find Mike riding custom choppers, cars, and hanging out with friends at local restaurants.

PLEASE MEET OUR AMAZING CHAMBER BOARD CHAIR – CINDY BONG OF GLOBAL FINANCIAL GROUP!

Cindy has enjoyed her career as a financial planner helping individuals prepare for life and for living. Entering the industry in 1995 she has had the opportunity to see many of her clients as they move toward the next adventure in their life – retirement. Looking at what that means beyond the money they have accumulated to what this exciting phase of life means to them.

Active in her industry, Cindy has been affiliated with the National Association of Financial Advisors (NAIFA) throughout her career, including serving as NAIFA Wisconsin President in 2005-2006 and receiving the A. Jack Nussbahm Distinguished Service Award in 2012. She has served on various advisory committees for the Office of the Commissioner of Insurance.

“As a long-time member of the Chamber, I have made so many business connections as well as friendships. Being active in the organization brings opportunities to meet other business owners in the community.”