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PLAN AN EVENT TO MAKE DREAMS COME TRUE NEWSLETTER

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Business & Industry United For A Better Community

WHAT’S INSIDE:

COMING UP

This fall’s chamber events

FOX FALL FEST STATE OF MIND

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

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he Kendall County Fairgrounds in Yorkville is a favorite and familiar playground and event center used by many families and businesses for a number of reasons. In addition to being the site of the time-honored, traditional agricultural and entertainment centered Kendall County Fair, the fairgrounds is home to the popular Venue where celebrations are cherished and a wide variety of events, including an arts and craft show, are held. Families enjoy wedding and baby showers, birthdays, banquets, reunions, weddings and quinceanera’s at the

Venue, due to its budget-friendly affordability and an array of location choices. The Kendall County Fairgrounds is also home to a wide variety of Oswego Area Chamber of Commerce functions. “We have been very pleased to partner with the fairgrounds for a number of our activities, including the popular Spirits on the Farm and Hometown Expo,” said Angie Hibben, IOM, chamber president/ CEO. “The fairgrounds staff is so easy to work with and they help in every way to make our events run as smooth as silk.” Spirits on the Farm will take place on August 21, 2021 from 3:00pm to u Continued on page 3


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8:00pm at the Kendall County Fairgrounds. It’s a fun time to taste spirits from distilleries, enjoy food vendors, listen to live music, and shop for artisan crafts. The event is collaboration between the Oswego Area Chamber of Commerce, the Kendall County Fairgrounds, and the best of craft distilleries. Oswego Area Chamber of Commerce members will celebrate a merry holiday, too, at its Christmas Dance to be held on December 10 at the Fairgrounds. The chamber is already in its planning stage for the big Hometown Expo to take place next year on April 24, 2022. The fairgrounds is the perfect location for business and community organizations to promote their products and services by exhibiting at this spectacular event.

More Oswego Area Banquet Venue Choices Looking for the perfect backdrop to celebrate an event and make dreams come true? Here are local venues from casual to formal and rustic to romantic to make any event unique. Also check out the chamber member hotels for banquet space and rooms for your guests!

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F.V. KICKERS NFP 1015 Harvey Rd. • Oswego 630-554-8481 LYON FARM - KENDALL COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY 7935 Illinois Rte. 71 Yorkville www.lyonfarmkchs.org NORTHFORK FARM 1998 Johnson Rd. • Oswego 815-768-5400 www.northforkfarm.com

OSWEGO BREWING CO. 61 S. Main St. • Oswego 331-999-1991 www.oswegobrewing.com PEARCE’S AT FOXBEND 3516 US Rt. 34 • Oswego 630-554-8905 www.northislandcatering.com WHITETAIL RIDGE GOLF CLUB 7671 Clubhouse Dr. • Yorkville www.whitetailridgegolfclub.com

TABLE OF CONTENTS PLAN AN EVENT TO MAKE DREAMS COME TRUE.....................1 CHAMBER CEO LETTER....................................................................4 OSWEGO VILLAGE PRESIDENT.......................................................6 MARK YOUR CALENDAR CHAMBER EVENTS..............................7 FOX FALL FEST STATE OF MIND......................................................8 CHAMBER BOARD OF DIRECTORS................................................6 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT.........................................................10 RIBBON CUTTINGS...........................................................................12 WELCOME TO OSWEGO................................................................13 NEW MEMBERS.................................................................................14 www.oswegochamber.org

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 | FALL 2021 3


Chamber CEO Letter

ANGIE HIBBEN

President/CEO Oswego Area Chamber of Commerce

Welcome to the Oswego Area Chamber of Commerce Fall newsletter.

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he Oswego Area Chamber of Commerce continues to work hard for our members to promote them in the area by helping them make connections with other businesses and the community. We just had our annual and very successful Golf Outing at Fox Bend Golf Course. Thank you to our Event Sponsor – Weblinx Inc and to all our sponsors, volunteers and committee for helping with this annual event. We are working on 2 new major projects for the chamber. Our “Oswego-oply” game is almost in production – preorder 10 games and receive a free Community Chest or Chance Card for your business. 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 are all sponsored by local businesses and organizations. The game boards are available for pre-order through the chamber right now and will be ready to purchase in time for the holidays.

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This will make a great gift for family, friends 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. We started delivering these boxes in June, to new residents of Oswego and have just completed the first 200 boxes. We are hearing from business that they are getting orders and customers from these welcome boxes and the people that we have talked to as we have delivered them are very appreciative of the gesture. 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. We also have a New Business welcome program that just started. This continues to be 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 and feel free to attend any Ribbon Cutting ceremony that you see. They are open and we encourage the public to attend these ceremonies. Please continue to shop local, eat local and promote Oswego Chamber members. 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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Greetings Chamber members!

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ver the course of the past two years I’ve spent a lot of time talking about the great financial successes we’ve had in Oswego. We’ve started almost 100 new commercial businesses in the past two years, we’ve increased the revenue in the general fund by more than 9%, and we made it through the initial stages of the COVID pandemic with a very rosy outlook on the future. In fact, the last two fiscal years have brought us back-to-back surpluses of $2.9 and $2.6 million dollars! A lot of this can be attributed to the great partnership the Village of Oswego has with the Oswego Area Chamber of Commerce. Not as flashy, but equally important to creating these budgetary successes, is controlling the expense side of the budget. We as a board did not want to do this through limiting services. In fact, we have delivered more services to residents, and our community offerings have expanded. Instead, the focus has been to be more creative, more efficient, to think out of the box. With that said, our staff has been very creative and excited to bring new savings and ideas Page 6

to the forefront, and of course we didn’t forget good old-fashioned budget review. There are many successes to recognize, and here are a few of those over the course of the past two years: Two years ago, we started a new annual process to review the year-to-date budget at the end of the 3rd quarter. Logically, each budget item should be 75% consumed by that time. If the lineitem budget was still unspent, in most cases we found that it was unnecessary. The first year we found more than $300,000 of unnecessary budgeted expenses, and many of those items had been unused for the past several years! A very large part of the annual budget is our fleet of vehicles. We routinely replace vehicles when they reach their end of life. Sometimes, the body of the truck wears out, but the underlying chassis is still sound with many years of service left. Last year the fleet division replaced the body of a truck designated for replacement saving the taxpayers more than $150,000 of budgeted spending! The finance department was recently asked at a board meeting about

refinancing some of our debt. The quick answer was that these were tax-exempt bonds and couldn’t be refinanced at this time. Thankfully our board and staff didn’t stop there. Finance staff investigated refinancing this debt as taxable bonds. This resulted in a taxpayer savings of $1.58 million with an average annual savings of $105,000. These are pretty impressive results, and there are many more examples to share, but the important takeaway is that these achievements on the expense side were accomplished in the same manner as those on the revenue side – through teamwork. Both sides of the ledger, all facets of our services, the community working together in unison. What a great place to be! Best regards,

Troy Parlier Oswego Village President

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 AUGUST 21ST Spirits on the Farm

 OCTOBER 24TH Treat or Treat in downtown Oswego

 AUGUST 26TH – 29TH Vetfest 141

 NOVEMBER 27TH Shop Small Saturday

 SEPTEMBER 3RD – 5TH Prairiefest

 DECEMBER 3RD Christmas Walk

 OCTOBER 2ND Fox Fall Fest Street Dance

 DECEMBER 5TH Kris Kringle market at Fairgrounds tentative

 OCTOBER 3RD Fox Fall Fest

 DECEMBER 10TH Holiday Dance at Fairgrounds

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Chamber BOARD OF DIRECTORS

FOX FALL FEST STATE OF MIND

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

Locked in Photography wendy@lockedinphotography.com

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

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fter enjoying a summer filled with sunshine and fresh farmer’s markets, it’s time to plan now to attend the best of next season’s local events - the Fox Fall Fest in Downtown Oswego on Sunday, October 3 from 9am to 3pm. There’s also something new this year at Fox Fall Fest. “We are having live music, food trucks and a tried and true street dance on Saturday, October 2 from 6pm to 10pm,” said Angie Hibben, IOM, president/CEO of the Oswego Area Chamber of Commerce. “The Jolly Ringwalds, featuring talented lead singers and the back-up of a live saxophone, will play the songs you remember and love.” Sponsor for the Saturday evening activities is Allied First Bank. Just follow the crowds to Main Street, between Route 34 and Jefferson Street, and you won’t miss any of the action that’s just waiting for you to enjoy. Fest-

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goers can safely meander as the street will be closed for vehicle traffic. “This year the new parking garage is open and has free parking available just one block off of Main Street in the new development by Hudson Crossing Park,” notes Hibben. Fox Fall Fest is a free, popular familyfriendly event filled with a cornucopia that’s overflowing with a wide variety of fun things to do. There’s something for everyone to enjoy, such as games, yummy food, live music, photo booth, shopping, and much more. It’s time to snack and munch while being tempted by a vast array of tasty food treats prepared fresh in local food trucks tucked along the way. Or, stop in The Village Grind Coffee & Tea Co. coffeehouse for specialty drinks and homemade baked goods. What’s a festival without hunting for treasures? Don’t miss the Hand-Made-

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Relaxation is Calling! On-Main craft marketplace featuring everything original and handcrafted from barbeque sauces and spices to fiber art, jewelry, soaps, and everything in-between. Take in the beauty of Downtown Oswego, too, with it’s historical buildings and stunning architecture. Downtown Oswego retailers will have their welcome mats open and invite you to stop in their stores, for adventurous shopping. How lucky for Oswego to have an impressive choice of trendy boutiques, such as Velvet Grace, The Marmalade

Tree, Melissa Jean, Lady and Her Tools, Floral Expression and Gifts, Hudson Design House, and Bella Gia and The Prom Shoppe. Find a cute gift for the wee one at Lil’ emm’s Children’s Boutique. Searching for antiques? Browse through layers of enduring vintage items at Happenstance Goods and the Stonehouse Market. “There’s so much to do at Fox Fall Fest,” adds Hibben.”We’re still planning for the event, so keep any eye on our Facebook page for the latest news.”

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Let’s begin with downtown. 113 Main has been on fire since it opened this past Spring. Next door is going to be the Dairy Barn which should be completed this Fall. If you haven’t tried La Marimba yet, what are you

waiting for? Great food, great atmosphere…and great downtown location! The Reserve at Hudson Crossing is starting to come along nicely. Many of the residential units have leases. Most of the commercial space is leased with new attractions to come over the next year. Let’s not forget the already popular Oswego Brewing

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11 Years Company, The Village Grind, Oswego Inn and Oswego Family Restaurant. Additionally, Fox Valley Winery is hopeful to open its new downtown location within the next few months. Summer ’22 is going to look much different downtown. In the meantime, while you’re waiting for a table at your favorite downtown spot, stop in at Hudson Design House, The Marmalade Tree, Happenstance Goods, and Bella-Gia Boutique. Those are just a few of the wonderful places that call Oswego home. Orchard Road is a huge goal for me to kickstart new development. The addition of the new

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outdoor concert venue on Station Drive along with fantastic restaurants like Steve Buresh’s Cheesecakes and Prohibition Junction are bringing a renewed interest to the Orchard Road corridor. I’ve been meeting consistently with real estate professionals and developers that want to bring new opportunities to Orchard and further enhance the quality of life for residents and visitors alike. Many good things are happening behind the scenes at Village Hall and we are looking forward to making some very big announcements soon.

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WELCOME to OSWEGO

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swego Area chamber members have the opportunity to participate in this program for $1 a box (must do 100 boxes at a time) and put their marketing material/business information into this box which Angie & Shayna deliver to the newest residents of Oswego every month. We’ve already delivered 200 boxes and have gotten great feedback from the residents and businesses. 

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We’ve just started up a New Business box to welcome New businesses to Oswego. This is 25 boxes for $25 and is perfect for those Chamber members who are also B2B and want to connect with the new businesses who are locating in Oswego. We will start distributing these late August. Contact the office today for more information on either or both of these programs.

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Michael Giacomino 2471 W. Sullivan Rd Aurora, Il 60506 Ph: 630-746-7478 mgiacomino@gofcm.com www.oswegohomeloans.com Mortgage Lender Referred By: Greg Siebert

L&D CONSTRUCTION, LLC

Nick Detraglia 29 B Stonehill Rd Oswego, Il 60543 Ph: 331-999-0302 ldconstruction19@gmail.com www.ldconstructionllc.com Contractor Referred By: Jennifer Jones- Sinnott

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Lisa Prather 2611 North Bridge st. Yorkville, IL 60560 Ph: 630-210-1856 breath.salttherapy@gmail.com breathesalttherapy.net Wellness spa, sauna, massage, holistic medicine Referred By: Angie Hibben

LUXE CLASSIC KITCHENS & INTERIORS

Lisa Edwards 44 Monroe St. #7 Oswego, Il 60543 Ph: 815-770-7060 ledwards@assistinghands.com www.assistinghands.com Home Health Care Services Referred by: Karilyn Clevenger

Tommy Okapal 135 E. Van Emmon Yorkville, Il 60560 Ph: 630-946-6133 tommy@luxecabinetry.com www.luxecabinets.com Referred By: Kealan O’Neil

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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

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“Bringing my clients a seamless real estate transaction with my team of professionals.”

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Matthew Bauman 5600 Rt. 34 Oswego, Il 60543 Ph: 630-388-9518 matthewbauman@sbcglobal.net www.baumanfamilyfuneralhome.com Funeral and cremation services Referred By: Jennifer Jones-Sinnott

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