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Chamber Newsletter Headline 2017
October 7, 2019
DIRECTOR'S LETTER

In September of 2011, a young, 28-year-old boy with braces on his teeth was given an opportunity that would positively shape the rest of his life.  Eight years later, I look back at that boy who so desperately wanted to prove himself and leave a positive mark in the world--or at least in the Heber Valley.  Eight years later, my heart is full of gratitude for the life-long lessons in leadership that I’ve learned as the executive director of Heber Valley’s tourism, economic development, and Chamber of Commerce.

On October 22, the Heber Valley Chamber will meet for our regular monthly lunch.  During this meeting, I will be sharing eight leadership lessons I’ve learned during my time in the Heber Valley and be saying farewell as I begin a new chapter in my professional life in the Governor’s Office of Economic Development.  I can’t thank the members of our Chamber enough for the love and support and friendship I’ve shared with you all these years. I look forward to seeing you then.

Warmest Regards,

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Ryan Starks 

 

Business of the Month
Lola's Street Kitchen

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Any chef will tell you when it comes to making great tasting, quality food, it not only takes great tasting and quality ingredients but knowing how to combine those flavors to make them work together instead of competing against each other. The story of Lola’s Street Kitchen works much in the same way. For owners David and Mandy Medina Lola’s is a product of great ingredients, but not just the kind that are cooked. The quality ingredients that make up the success of Lola’s come from connection, community, and family. 

Over the past few years David and Mandy have honed and crafted Lola’s into a popular street kitchen. That success has led them to from a food truck on the side of the streets to a more permanent spot. Today, Lola’s has a physical location on Main Street in Midway where the still serve the same quality food with the same dedication to the community they love. 

They Heber Valley Chamber of Commerce is Proud to recognize Lola’s Street Kitchen as the October Business of the Month. 

Read more on the Heber Valley Newsroom.

NEW BUSINESSES

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Fyzical Therapy & Balance Centers  

Father Alan, and sons Toban, Tyler Bluth have been serving as physical therapists in the Fit Stop for years. Recently, they aligned their efforts with Fyzical Therapy and Balance Centers, a national brand in physical therapy that adds balance training to their process of healing and health.  The Bluths are excited about the opportunity to add new techniques the help improve the care they give their patients. Give them a call to for more info or to talk to a trained therapist. 
UPCOMING EVENTS

October 7-31, 2019
Kid's Hay Maze and Pumpkin Patch
Come and let your kids and family enjoy navigating through more than 100 straw bales on a working dairy farm, complete with a few scattered cow pies. Following their maze experience guests will have the opportunity to pick their favorite pumpkin from our patch to take home, enjoy some delicious Aggie Ice Cream.

October 4 - 30, 2019
Sleepy Hollow Haunted Wagon Rides
Enjoy an authentic horse drawn wagon ride through the woods of Soldier Hollow in Midway, Utah as you listen to a colorful narration of Washington Irving's original short story "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow". Be careful as the woods are rumored to be haunted and frequented by the apparition of the Headless Horseman!

October 2019
HVRR Themed Trains
All October long the Heber Valley Railroad will transport you into many new adventures through their exciting evening trains. This month climb aboard the family favorite Pumpkin Train or perfect your spell casting aborad the Wizard's Train. 

October 23- 27, 2019
Heber Valley Western Music & Cowboy Poetry
Heber Valley hosts one of the nation’s largest Cowboy Poetry gatherings, the Heber Valley Western Music and Cowboy Poetry Gathering. Performers from all over the United States travel to Utah to perform in front of audiences that embrace the Western culture. 

MEMBER NEWS 
 

Homestead Resort will be hosting a blood drive on Monday, October, 11 from 11 am to 4 pm. All those who dontae will be entered into a drawing for a chance to with golf for two or dinner for two. 


On Your Marketing will be hosting a Facebook ad seminar on October 23rd from 12 t o 1 pm at the Heber City Public Safety Building. Leann the 5 Ways to Make Your Ads More Profitable. Register online at https://onyourmarketing.com/rsvp/ 


Heber City Public Works is expanding their facility. The public is invited to attend an open house to tour the new facility on Thursday, October 17 from 2 to 4 pm. A ribbon cutting ceremony will be held at 1 pm.


Public Power Week is going on October 6 through the 12. Throughout the week Heber Light and Power will be hosting different events to help the public get to know them better. Check out the Heber Valley Chamber Facebook Page for more details. 

CHAMBER LUNCHEON
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October Chamber Lunch
Tuesday, October 22, 2019
 

Leadership Lesson from the Heber Valley Chamber 

Lunch 12 - 1 pm

UVU Wasatch Campus
3111 College Way, Heber City

Lunch Sponsored by: 

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Lunch will be catered by Filler Up 

Please RSVP by Friday, October 18, 2019

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IN THE NEWS
 
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Sleepy Hollow Experience at Rocky Mountain Outfitters

CeLin MacDonald is a host at Sleepy Hollow; a Halloween event for the whole family based in Heber Valley. She stopped by to tell us all about the experience, and how to get a discount!

From Oct. 4, through Oct. 30, 2019, guests can board a horse-drawn wagon and ride through the haunted woods as they listen to a narrated story of Sleepy Hollow.

Heber Valley Executive Director Accepting New Role

10 Hidden Hot Springs in America You need to Check Out

Wasatch School District Holding Public Hearing On Bond

Father and Son Dairy Share Challengnes they face in 2019

CHAMBER NEWS

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Member Spotlight
Heber City Carquest

Heber City Carquest provides top quality auto repair parts and custom paint and auto body supplies for the do-it-yourselfers and professionals. 

At Heber City Carquest, providing the highest level of customer service is at the heart of everything they do. They are passionate about supporting the local community. The independent owners and experienced parts professionals are dedicated to delivering the right part at the right time.

 

New and Renewing Businesses in July 

Go Fetch Canine Training LLC
Probst Family Funerals
FillerUP Coffee Station
Heber City Carquest
Allstar Realty
Abe Neerings & Son Heating and Plumbing
Mark Haroldsen Colliers International
Activa Plaza LLC
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Popcorn Media


Business of the Month Nominations 

Do you know of a business in the Heber Valley that goes above and beyond to serve the community? Nominate them to be one of our businesses of the month! 

Fill out a nomination form online here.


 

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