Welcome to the Mosinee Area Chamber of Commerce

The Mosinee Area Chamber of Commerce is a working partnership of leading business and professional persons and interested citizens in the community. While it represents business and the professions, it is essentially an organization of people — people who know the wisdom of coordinating their efforts under effective leadership for the civic, industrial and commercial advancement of Central Wisconsin.

The Mosinee Area Chamber of Commerce benefits both businesses and the community by offering many opportunities to get involved.

Our Staff and Board of Directors are here to help you with your needs, please let us know how we can be of assistance to you.

Mission Statement
Serving, representing and enhancing business growth and success while promoting community development to improve the overall quality of life in our region.

Welcome New Members

Adnaw Publishing Wanda Obermeier – Owner
Adrenalign Marketing Keith DuPuis – Owner
Al’s Landscape & Snow Plowing Tina Osowski – Owner
American Asphalt Tom Burch – Vice President
Anderson, O’Brien, Bretz, Skrenes & Golla, LLP Deanna Mossak – Representative
Baymen Properties, Inc Doug Bender – President
Becher Hoppe Associates, Inc. Randy Van Natta – Owner
Brent Jacobson Individual Member
Compass Insurance Services Cindy Flora – Professional Representative
Cottrell Web Development Group Dougles Cottrell – CEO
Created Anew Designs Heidi Miller – Owner
Crystal Finishing Systems Mark Matthiae – Owner
Empowered Dream Hunts, Inc. Joe Ramsey – President
Heartland Payment Systems Anthony Spychalla – Relationship Manager
JX Truck Center Tracy Jonas – Business Development Manager
Leader Central, Inc Chad Lawson – President/Founder
Mosinee Postal Services John Sondelski – Postmaster
NEUMARK Design & Print, Inc Dan Derezinski – Owner
NorthStar Cleaning & Restoration Jay Cricks – Owner
South Area Business Association Dianne Brookhyser – Office Administrator
S.C. Swiderski, LLC Terra Plaisance – Marketing Director Real Estate
Security Health Plan Michelle Keffer – Community Relations Marketing Specialist
Stage Stop Family Restaurant
Stine Eye Center, LLC Teresa Stine – Clinic Administrator
The Sunday Place Shawn McGowan & Paula Krzanowski – Managers

Area News

Possible Scam Alert

We would like to alert the community of a possible scam. There was a vendor at our Christmas Festival that was offering a Free Florida Vacation with sign up. We have not been able to contact the vendor for credibility and want to make sure the community is reminded not to provide your credit card information to any business that you cannot verify. Here is a friendly reminder from the Federal Trade Commission for this holiday season: http://www.consumer.ftc.gov/blog/pass-it-holidays

Successful Christmas Festival & Parade

Thank you to everyone who came out to the Christmas Festival and Parade this past Saturday. Check out this week’s edition of The Mosinee Times for photos from the event.

We extend our appreciation to all those that helped make it possible. Thank you!

Advantage Community Bank, Angela Breske, Bill & Char Creske, Bob’s Catering of Hatley, Charlie’s Hardware, City of Mosinee; Mayor Erickson & Jeff Gates, Connie Milz, Dave & Judy Martino, Deanna Trapp, Deb Nelles, Deb Sparby, Gary & Laura Klotzbuecher, Gene Leszcyznski, Great Country 106.5/NRG Media; John Harry, John Crawley, Kafka Granite, Kidstown; Monica Surovia, Kronenwetter Fire Department, Lite Gard, LLC, Leitz’s Shell & Convenience, Loving Traditions Cakery, Mosinee Area Optimists; Ken Muelling and volunteers, Mosinee Fire Department; Chris Sparby & Crew, Mosinee Police Department; Chief Ken Muelling and crew, Mosinee Public Works; Kevin Breit & crew, Mosinee School District; Zach Zebro, Dan Doll & Michelle Pozorski and janitorial staff, Mosinee Veterinary Clinic, Ontengeny Advertising & Design; Leslie Brown, Paul Nelles, Pick n Save, Piggly Wiggly, S.C. Swiderski, LLC; Terra Plaisance, Subway, Susie & Anna Durst, Sweet Nothings, TDS Telecom, Timber Creek Apartments, The Mosinee Times, Tom & Donna Brod,Tom Kipp, TRW AutoBody, Valley Communities Credit Union; Kelly Hladovack, Village of Kronenwetter; Randy Fifrick, Zofia Leszcyznski and to any other volunteers that we may have missed. We thank you all so much!

32nd Annual Christmas Festival & Parade

Stop in at the Mosinee High School on December 6th. There will be over 130 exhibitors in our Christmas Craft and Small Business show from 9am until 3:30. Free Admission to all participants Exhibitors will be located in both of the high school Gyms and in the hallways.

You will want to bring the kids for Breakfast with Santa located in the Mosinee High School Cafeteria from 9am to 11am. Children can write Santa a letter, visit with Santa and get a photo taken (for a minimal fee or bring your own camera). Several Businesses & Community groups will also provide activities and crafts for children from 9am until 2pm in the High School Cafeteria.

It’s not too late to register your booth.

The Mayor will start off the parade with the Tree Lighting Ceremony at City Square Park starting at 5:45pm. Join in on the Parade festivities. Register your business or organization with a float on or parade.

Volunteers make up the greatest portion of this event. If you would like to learn more about some volunteering opportunities, please contact us at 715.693.4330.

Thank you to all of this years Christmas Festival Sponsors!
Event Sponsors: Advantage Community Bank & Lite-Gard, LLC
Breakfast with Santa Sponsors: TDS Telecom & Timber Creek Apartments
Parade Sponsor: Mosinee Veterinary Clinic


Mosinee Methodist Church

The Mosinee Shopping Shuttle to Rib Mountain area stores runs Friday, December 5th. Thanks to a generous donor the shuttle is free to ride on that date. Anyone of any age can ride the shuttle. It leave around 9am and returns around 1pm with pick ups and drop offs at various Mosinee locations. Contact the church office at 715-693-2125 by 1pm Thursday, December 4th to reserve a spot or for more information.

A Cookie Sale will be held from 9am-2pm Saturday, December 6th in Fellowship Hall, Mosinee United Methodist Church. Cookies and candies are $6 per pound. The Mission Store is returning again this year and will sell hand crafted free-trade items from around the world. It will be open during the cookie sale. The Community Center of Hope’s thrift store will be open from 9:30-11am that day as well. For more information contact the church office at 715-693-2125.