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4,500+ ESSENTIAL WORKERS VACCINATED NEWSLETTER

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By Pat Szpekowski

Business & Industry United For A Better Community

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he Oswego Chamber of Commerce, Village of Oswego leaders, and the Kendall County Health Department rallied the community, businesses, and volunteers to vaccinate local essential workers, adults, and teachers for Covid-19 protection. The old adage “It takes a Village” was never more apparent than in this valiant and successful effort when over 4,500 people were vaccinated with their 1st and 2nd doses this past March and April at Oswego High School. “The community came together and worked as one since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Troy

Parlier, Oswego Village President. “When we had the opportunity to provide the mass vaccination clinics, I had no doubt we would step up for this very important task. The Village government, Chamber of Commerce, local businesses and our residents all answered the call in a spectacular manner.” Village President Parlier added that “every department in the Village participated in this effort and really it would have to, in order to make this successful. If a department wasn’t directly involved in the planning and execution, they provided workers and volunteers. We should all be very proud of this effort.” u Continued on page 3

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Rallying everyone to make it happen was Angie Hibben, IOM, the Oswego Chamber’s President/CEO, who served as the conduit in bringing volunteers together. Village President Parlier noted the Village couldn’t have done this alone. “We asked Angie Hibben from the Chamber to coordinate this effort,” he said. “She has additional resources from the Chamber’s members that helped make this effort, vaccinating 4500 people, a reality.” Hibben was in charge of recruiting and signing up hundreds of volunteers who helped check-in individuals and administer the vaccine shots. “I worked at all four of the events in setting-up the clinics and witnessed hard-working volunteers make sure all safety protocols were in place providing social distancing and sanitization,” said Hibben. “I would like to express my deepest appreciation to everyone involved,” she said. Support was received from local doctors and nurses, the Oswego Fire Department EMTs, local law enforcement agencies, Oswego School District 308, Lewis University Nursing School, and the WCC Nursing School. In addition, 113 Main & Steve Buresh’s

Cheesecake Factory donated food for volunteers at the March events; and MetroNet and Sheriff Dwight Baird supplied lunches for the April event. On the other end of the spectrum, the Kendall County Health Department provided the mass vaccination consultation, according to RaeAnn VanGundy, executive director of the Kendall County Health Department. “We worked with all partners, the moderna vaccine, the vaccine managers, the IT devices, all ancillary supplies for the nurses, the help desk staff for those with questions, and shared oversight of the events,” said VanGundy. According to VanGundy, “The flow of the mass vaccination clinics was very

smooth. After each event we evaluated the event and continued to get better each time. We always learn something from each event and work to make the experience better next time. There are always little challenges, but nothing that we couldn’t overcome.” She reiterated Hibben’s appreciation to all involved. “Volunteers are what make community events like these possible. I want to send a huge thank you to all those that volunteered their time to give back to make our community a safer place to live and work.” It’s partnerships like these among businesses, residents, and Village leaders that makes the Village of Oswego a strong, caring and healthy community.

TABLE OF CONTENTS 4,500+ essential workers vaccinated................................... 1 Chamber CEO Letter.............................................................. 4 Chamber welcomes 3 new village trustess........................ 5 Chamber Chairman of the Board letter.............................. 6 Reserve your space on Oswego-opoly board................... 7 Have fun while you network at Chamber events............... 9 Mark your calendar for 2021 Chamber events................ 10 Thank you to veterans........................................................... 11 Ribbon cuttings...................................................................... 12 New Members........................................................................ 14

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Becoming a Member is EASY and Affordable! Check us out online at www.OswegoChamber.org Call, e-mail, or stop on by! Oswego Area Chamber of Commerce 73 W. Van Buren St. • Oswego, IL 60543 Phone: (630) 554-3505 • Fax: (630) 554-0050 Email: info@oswegochamber.org Oswego Area Chamber Newsletter | Summer 2021 3

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Chamber CEO Letter

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elcome to the Oswego Area Chamber of Commerce Summer newsletter.

The Oswego Area Chamber of Commerce continues to work hard for our members to promote them in the area, to help them make connections with other business and the community. We have 2 new major projects coming that we are working on for the chamber. We are working on “Oswegooply” game board. This will be an actual monopoly type game based on Oswego and the chamber businesses. The different properties, chance/ community chest cards, hotels/houses and the money will all be sponsored by local businesses. The game boards are available for pre-order through the chamber right now and will be ready to purchase in time for the holidays.

Will make a great gift for family and customers. The other major project we are working on it is our New Resident Program. These are beautiful logoed boxes that will be full of information, coupons and special offers from Oswego Area Chamber member businesses. These will be delivered, starting in June, to new residents of Oswego. Thank you to the Village of Oswego for helping us identify new residents, to Salazar Packaging for printing the boxes and to Imagination Print & Design for the box design. This is only available to chamber members to participate. This is an exciting and vibrant time in Oswego with new restaurants and new businesses coming to town every month. We are looking forward to the opening of many new businesses and places to eat in Oswego. Watch for announcements as we are given them

ANGIE HIBBEN

President/CEO Oswego Area Chamber of Commerce

and feel free to attend any Ribbon Cutting ceremony that you see. They are open and we encourage the public to also attend these ceremonies. I hope to see you shopping in our beautiful downtown, eating at a local restaurant, enjoying the festivals, parks and many of the other fantastic amenities that Oswego has to offer as more and more things open up. Think of the chamber as your resource to local businesses and things that Oswego has to offer. Shayna and I are here to help you, the consumer and the businesses in town. You can find the chamber at 73 W. Van Buren St, in downtown Oswego. Our phone number is 630-554-3505 and our website is www.oswegochamber.org – check us out and learn more about Oswego and the Oswego Area Chamber of Commerce.

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Chamber Welcomes 3 New Village Trustees

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he Oswego Chamber of Commerce extends congratulations to three new Village of Oswego Trustees, who were officially sworn in to their duties on May 4, 2021. Tom Guist, Jennifer Jones Sinnott, and Kit Kuhrt are long-standing Village residents

By Pat Szpekowski and have been driven to public service due to their passion and support for the Village, its residents and the community. They join the Village Board with Village President Troy Parlier and current Village Trustees James Marter, Jr., Terry Olson, and Brian Thomas. Their newly elected terms were previously

held by Village Trustees Pam Parr, Luis Perez, and Judy Sollinger, whose terms expired in 2021. Below is information about each of the new Village Trustees, why they felt compelled to run for office, and what are their specific goals as they serve the residents of the Village.

TOM GUIST

JENNIFER JONES SINNOTT

KIT KUHRT

Guist and his wife, Carol, a real estate broker, have been in Oswego for 20 years. He works in the civil/ environmental consulting industry at AKT Peerless in Naperville and oversees offices in Cleveland and Atlanta. They have three children, all of which have gone through Community Unit School District 308. He and Carol have volunteered throughout the 20 years through the Oswegoland Park District, high school band and marching band programs, Panther soccer, Team Oswego gymnastics, Delta Aquatics and several high school sports.

A resident of Oswego since 2001 along with her husband Don and adult children Stephen and Erin, Jones Sinnott was compelled to run for the office of Village Trustee because she cares deeply about the community. Her goal is to make a positive impact by expanding the economic base with an emphasis on fiscal responsibility and the commitment to tax less and spend less while growing the Village. She also seeks to collaborate with all intergovernmental partners and deliver services to residents and business efficiently.

Kuhrt has much pride and a strong passion for the Village of Oswego. He has been a resident of Kendall County for many years and he and his wife have lived in Oswego for over five years.

He has been a proud member of the Oswego Planning & Zoning Commission (PZC) for the past two years before his election as a Village Trustee. He became involved with Planning & Zoning because of his interest in development and engineering and a desire to give back to the community. “Witnessing the momentum over my time on the PZC and understanding the mega projects (new water source and Wolf’s Crossing expansion, to name a few), I felt my experience would be beneficial to the Village as it continues to grow,” he said. “My goal is to use my experience to help move these projects forward and continue development in the Village and downtown in ways that benefit the Village financially and brings a sense of pride to the residents.” www.oswegochamber.org

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Originally from Moline, Illinois, she earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education from Southern Illinois University in Carbondale. She worked in education as a 5th grade teacher and basketball coach for 3 years upon graduating from college and then transitioned into the insurance industry with a relocation to Missouri. With 26 years of insurance experience, she works for Brian Feltes & Associates, Inc., along with her personal/ business clients as an Independent Insurance Agent. In addition, Jones Sinnett is a member of the Oswego Chamber of Commerce. “The Village of Oswego is a great hidden gem of a community that we found and I want others to find it, too,” she said. “It will continue to grow and thrive by following and believing in the vision, mission, and values that drive the Village’s Strategic Plan which will ultimately create a better, stronger, more prosperous Village for the current residents and future generations.”

They have three young children who attend Community Unit School District 308 schools. He has founded and operates several successful small businesses in the area, including Kits Towing & Recovery and Justice Automotive & Collision Centers in Naperville. As a business owner, he is a member of the Oswego Chamber of Commerce. He feels his proven entrepreneurial and business leadership will serve as an asset in his position as Village Trustee. He understands how to set and stick to a budget and will prioritize reducing the property tax burden for Oswego residents. His priority goals in serving the residents of the Village of Oswego are fiscal responsibility, law enforcement support, tax less, spend less, and smart growth. “I intend to have conversations to discover how the people of Oswego envision our future,” he said, “including making changes for the good of the community, and how we can make Oswego the best community there is.”

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Chamber BOARD OF DIRECTORS BROOK HENSCHEN

CHAIRMAN Brook Henschen Real Estate Group BrookH@kw.com

KEITH MOORE

PAST CHAIRMAN Black Dog Distillery keith@blackdogdistillery.com

JAVAN BONHAM

TREASURER NM Tripp Insurance javan@trippins.net

KELLEY RICE

SECRETARY Imagination Print & Design kelley@imaginationpad.com

NICK FERRARO

Edward Jones nickferraro@edwardjones.com

WENDY GREENSLADE

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JONATHAN HENDERSON

CTS Fire and Safety jhenderson@ctsfireandsafety.com

RICK JACOBSEN

Ron Westphal Chevrolet jacobsenlawn@att.net

BRANDON POLASKEY

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RICK WARNER

Rick Warner Attorney at Law rw@rwarnerlaw.com

KEITH MOORE

Past Chamber Board Chairman

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e have wrapped 2020 and started a new year. Unlike last year, we have already had our annual dinner, elected our new Board of Directors, and as of this writing I will be passing the reins of the Chamber Board of Directors Chairman – or in this case, Chairwoman – to Brook Henschen. I want to thank everyone on the board for their service over the past year. It was an honor to serve with you the past 12 months. For our committee chairs and volunteers, we could not run the Chamber without your dedication and service. Thank you. But most of all, I have to thank Angie and Shayna. I know everyone sees the two of them at all of our events, but I am not sure everyone really appreciates all the hard work these two do each and every day for the continued success of our Chamber. I know they both have come to dislike the word “pivot,” but they pivoted so many times in the past 12 months that we have hopefully come a full 360 degrees and can resume normalcy. One thing we realized in 2020 is our Chamber revenue was focused on events. In 2020, we saw that revenue stream slow to a trickle. So the staff and board held two workshop meetings to come up with a few ideas that would generate revenue even if we had cancel some of our events. One of those workshops created “Oswego-opoly,” which has proven to be a big success already. This is a Monopoly board game See pages 7-8 to find themed around Oswego. If you haven’t had a chance more information about to participate, stop by to ask either Angie or Shayna for sponsoring a space on the ways to participate. There are all sizes of price points. Oswego-opoly board! If sponsorship isn’t something you want, preorder the board game for Christmas gifts. To all of our members, thank you for allowing me to represent you over the past 12 months – it was truly an honor. Respectfully, KEITH MOORE Past Chairman Board of Directors

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Have Fun WhileYou Network 2 Favorite Annual Outdoor Events Are Coming Up By Pat Szpekowski

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he best part of summer is escaping to the fresh outdoors. It’s a time to get up and go and enjoy a variety of novel things to do. Mark your calendars and look no farther for a fun time than taking part in these two favorite local events sponsored by the Oswego Area Chamber of Commerce.

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The popular Annual Golf Outing is set to take place “fore” golf, networking, and more on Thursday, July 29, 2021 with a noon shot-gun start at Fox Bend Golf Course, Oswego’s welcoming and challenging public course with spectacular views. While some safety protocols have been relaxed, the chamber is working to make this a safe and successful event for all. “We are thankful for the opportunity to present this popular chamber community event again this year with the support of our dedicated sponsors and golfers,” said Angie Hibben, IEM, president/CEO, Oswego Area Chamber of Commerce. “It’s always an enjoyable time for everyone celebrating a wonderful day on the golf course with business associates and friends.” Cost for the outing is $130 per individual golfer; $140 if registered after July 15. The day includes golf, lunch, dinner, twodrink tickets, refreshments, prizes, and much more. If enjoying a leisurely stroll, sipping beverages, eating snacks, and taking in

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tunes is more your style, the 4th Annual Spirits on the Farm on Saturday, August 21, 2021 is a must to attend. Spirits is a collaboration between the Oswego Chamber of Commerce and the Kendall County Fairgrounds in Yorkville. It’s been a big hit with those who have attended in the past and a win-win time featuring the best of Illinois Distilleries, food trucks, artisans, and music. “I encourage the community to come out to Spirits,” said Keith Moore, owner of Black Dog Distillery in Plainfield and current chair of the Oswego Area Chamber. “It’s a great way to help support our local distilleries, which have not had the opportunity in over a year to showcase their products.” Black Dog Distillery specializes in custom hand-crafted flavored rums and vodkas, including its popular Lavender Vodka. Break out those sunglasses and golf clubs and get ready for a fun summer with family and friends. For more details about the golf outing and Spirit on the Farm, visit the chamber website at oswegochamber.org.

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EVENTS

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July

DOWNTOWN SIDEWALK SALES July 14-17 GOLF OUTING July 29 at Fox Bend

August

SPIRITS ON THE FARM August 21 at Kendall County Fairgrounds

October

ANNUAL FOX FEST ACTIVITIES October 3 in downtown Oswego NEW MEMBER DINNER October 7 at Whitetail Ridge Golf Course FRAIDYCAT 5K/8K RACES October 24

December

ANNUAL CHRISTMAS WALK December 3 in downtown Oswego HOLIDAY DANCE AT FAIRGROUNDS December 11 at Kendall County Fairgrounds

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1ST PERSON VIEW EPOXY Christopher Rials Oswego, IL 60543 708-252-0264 firstpv@outlook.com www.1stpersonview.com OSWEGO DENTAL GROUP Barb Tripp 4771 Rt. 71 | Oswego, IL 60543 630-554-8600 btripp@oswegodentist.com www.oswegodentist.com YARD DESIGNS WEST CHICAGO Sabrina Morrison Oswego, IL 60543 817-308-4195 ydwestchicago@gmail.com www.theyarddesigns.com TIER1 SOLUTIONS, LLC Robert Medina 1000 Essington Rd. | Joliet, IL 60435 815-339-0916 rmedina@tier1solutions.us www.tier1solutions.net SPOT ON HOME INSPECTIONS, INC. Jared Morar Oswego, IL 60543 630-542-0273 jared@spotonhomeinspect.com www.spotonhomeinspect.com BAIRD & WARNER - DOWNERS GROVE Flo Balsitis 724 Ogden Ave. | Downers Grove, IL 60515 815-557-7497 Florence.balsitis@bairdwarner.com www.florencebalsitis.bairdwarner.com

March ALLIANCE REAL ESTATE GROUP, INC. Lisa Wagner 401 Fairhaven Dr. | Yorkville, IL 60560 630-333-6291 lisa@alliancerealestategroupinc.com www.alliancerealestategroupinc.com

MCGROGAN INSURANCE AND FINANCIAL SERVICES Zac McGrogan 72 W. Washington St. Oswego, IL 60543 630-554-8800 zac@sfmcgrogan.com www.sfmcgrogan.com DRIV AUTOMOTIVE, INC Christie Myers 500 N. Field Dr. | Lake Forest, IL 60045 224-300-3929 cmyers2@driv.com www.driv.com SIGN GYPSIES- CITY OF LIGHTS Kara Fontana-Louise DeWig 888 S. Edgelawn, Ste. 1763 Aurora, IL 60506 630-914-9273 signgypsiesnaperville@gmail.com www.sgcityoflights.com MONTGOMERY CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC Jessica Torres 212 Webster St. Montgomery, IL 60538 630-896-1919 jesstorresdc@gmail.com ILLINOIS LANDSCAPE SUPPLY, LLC Mike Wesley 60 Wolf Rd. | Oswego, IL 60543 815-267-3311 mwesley@IL-supply.com www.IL-Supply.com EXP REALTY THE HOMETOWNE TEAM Amanda Olson & Shaunna Barrow 50 S. Main St., Ste. 200 Naperville, IL 60540 331-305-4808 thehometowneteam@gmail.com www.Thehometowneteam.com @SIGNING AGENTS Kevin Hoogeveen 1 E. Merchants Dr., Ste. LL-A Oswego, IL 60543 833-431-7446 kevin@atsigningagents.com www.atsigningagents.com

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NEW MEMBERS PARLIER 4 OSWEGO Troy Parlier P.O. Box 213 | Oswego, IL 60543 parlier4oswego@gmail.com BRIAN AND SON’S Debbie Petschow 113 Main St., Ste. 202 | Oswego, IL 60543 630-906-7302 Debbie.brianandsons@yahoo.com www.brianandsons.com DOCHA WELLNESS Charlene Sligting-York Oswego, IL 60543 224-325-1615 dochawellness@gmail.com www.dochawellness.com WELLSPRING UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Corey Ashley 1217 Wolf Rd. | Oswego, IL 60543 630-636-6312 corey.ashley@wellspringumc.church www.wellspringumc.church WINDY CITY RETINA Ankit Desai 15905 S. Frederick Rd., Ste. 105 Plainfield, IL 60586 815-714-9115 contact@windycityretina.com www.windycityretina.com

AAA-SHORT INSURANCE Jacqueline Short 10 E. Merchants Dr. | Oswego, IL 60543 630-981-0018 jshort@acg.aaa.com

April PRAIRIE VIEW PILATES Melissa Smith 83 Templeton Dr., Ste. D | Oswego, IL 60543 630-947-5572 prairieviewpilates@gmail.com www.prairieviewpilates.com COMPASS MORTGAGE JOSH GREIFENKAMP TEAM Josh Greifenkamp 185 Cross St. | Sugar Grove, IL 60554 630-608-3443 josh@compmort.com www.compmort.com/joshgreifenkamp COUNTRY FINANCIAL Jim Braddish 123 W. Washington St., Ste. 333 Oswego, IL 60543 630-553-7401 jim.braddish@countryfinancial.com www.countryfinancial.com/jim.braddish

COMPASS MORTGAGE- COLEMAN Leslie Coleman 111 S. Fordham Ave. | Aurora, IL 60506 630-445-6261 lesliecoleman@compmort.com www.compmort.com/lesliecoleman

May CLASSIC CINEMAS- KENDALL 11 Andy Bach 95 Fifth St. | Oswego, IL 60543 630-786-4614 abach@classiccinemas.com www.classiccinemas.com/kendall COMED Carla Dennis 2001 Aucutt Rd. | Montgomery, IL 60538 630-723-2311 Carla.dennis@comed.com www.comed.com BRIGHTER DAZE FARM JoAnn Theis 10978 Crimmin Rd. | Newark, IL 60541 630-774-0042 jo@brighterdazefarm.com www.brighterdazefarm.com

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