Carlisle Easter Egg Hunt

Saturday, March 27, 2021
1:00 PM
South Lindhardt Park Ballfields

The City of Carlisle will be holding their Annual Easter Egg Hunt at South Lindhardt Park ballfields Saturday, March 27th. Bring the kids and enjoy a great time hunting Easter eggs. In case of inclement weather, the egg hunt will be held April 3rd, 1:00 PM.
Contact Ronda Frost at rfrost@carlisleiowa.org.

Stop In For Coffee & Meet With Your State Representatives, Warren County Supervisor, Mayor, and School Superintendent!

This is an opportunity to hear from your Representatives Senator Garrett, Representative Boden, Warren County Supervisor McIntyre, City of Carlisle, Mayor Merrifield and Superintendent of Schools, Superintendent Amos. Please come with questions you may have for each of our guests. Questions feel free to contact the Carlisle Chamber at 515-989-4216 or executivedirector@carlisleiachamber.org

The format for the meeting is as follows:

Devin – Welcome
Devin – Introductions, ask each speaker to introduce themselves
Devin – Explain Purpose of Gathering – to hear from each of our guests to give an update on the State Legislative Issues, update from our Supervisor, Mayor & Superintendent
Devin – Each has 5 minutes for their update, Starting with our Mayor Merrifield, then go to Senator Garrett, Representative Boden, Supervisor McIntyre, then Superintendent Amos
Devin – We will then be open for questions that have been submitted, no questions from the floor, please. If you have additional questions please submit them and Devin will ask the questions.
Devin – After questions and answers, thank everyone for attending and thank our guests.
Devin – We do hope to do these coffees monthly during the legislative session, possibly the 4th Saturday of each month.
11:30 Adjourn – Again, thank you for attending

Help Support Your Local Girl Scouts and Buy Their Cookies!

Hello Community Partners! The last two weeks of March 2020 were difficult – and we are SO THANKFUL for the support we received to end our cookie season strong. Girl Scout Cookie Season 2021 has been even more trying and has the potential to really hurt the organization as a whole. To give perspective, Carlisle Girl Scouts are 1,000 cases short of where we ended last year. That’s a 12,000-package decrease in Carlisle alone – a $60,000 loss. We are looking for community partners who are willing to purchase Girl Scout cookies in a variety of ways.

1) Business can buy out one of our booths! This creates amazing buzz for your business and we will help promote it on social media and in area newspapers. You show up at a pre-planned booth and surprise the girls by “buying us out!” You can purchase cookies for your staff, clients or favorite charity – or donate them to our Yay for Teachers campaign.

2) Donate straight to our Yay for Teachers Girl Scout campaign! Our teachers and school staff have gone above and beyond this year and our girls have a goal of giving one box of cookies to each community district staff member. So far this year, we’ve raised $639, far shy of our $1,750 goal.

3) Pick a charity and shower them with cookies! The food pantry, the police/fire departments, etc. Questions? Please contact us at CarlisleGirlScouts@gmail.com, Venmo: @CarlisleTroop709. Looking to personally purchase cookies? We can help you out there, too! Send us a message and we’ll pair you with a local Girl Scout. We so appreciate the support we get from our community!!! Thank you!

Peggy Hugen CarlisleGirlScouts@gmail.com
Girl Scouts of Greater Iowa
Co-Service Unit 551
Manager Troop 709 Leader

Connect with your Congresswoman

Greetings,

 

Happy New Year! Next Tuesday, January 12 at 4 PM in Indianola, Congresswoman Cindy Axne will host a public “Connect with your Congresswoman” town hall as part of her 16-county tour. This town hall will focus on agriculture issues in Warren County, and the Congresswoman will be available to answer questions about her ag-focused work in Washington.

 

All attendees must RSVP in advance via the following link: https://forms.gle/wb5m5kZC3GSHhsR67. Due to limited event capacity, the address for the event will be provided in an email to RSVPs on a first-come, first-served basis. Face masks are required of all attendees, and temperatures will be taken prior to admittance to the event. Attendees must also show proof of registration at the door.

 

Additional details and safety precautions are available at the RSVP link and on our official Facebook page. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out via phone or email.

 

Best,
Tyler Alessio
District Representative | Rep. Cindy Axne (IA-03)
Tyler.Alessio@mail.house.gov
(515) 400-8180 (o) (515) 418-3737 (c)

2021 Membership Investment

The Carlisle Chamber would like to thank you for your continued support of the Chamber. Your investment in the Chamber helps with the development of your Chamber to better serve you as a business, organization, and individual. If you have any questions in regard to your invoice please contact the Chamber office.

There are many benefits by belonging to the Carlisle Chamber, please go to our website to learn what all we have to offer in different membership categories.

A friendly reminder, if you have not paid your 2021 membership dues please do so at your very earliest convenience. Again, if you have any questions regarding your membership please contact Shar Pardubsky, Executive Director at (515)989-4216.