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Celebrate Clintonville
Awards Dinner & Auction

Thursday, February 23, 2017
At the Clintonville Woman's Club


Student Citizen Breakfast

Friday, May 5, 2017
At the Fawcett Center


Health, Fitness & Business Fair

June 22, 2017 10am-2pm
At the Clintonville Woman's Club


15th Annual Cruise the 'Ville
Car Show

Saturday, Aug. 19, 2017
At Whetstone Park

www.cruisetheville.com

 


The 21st Annual Chamber
Golf Classic

Monday, September 18, 2017
At The Gray Course
at Ohio State University Golf Course

 


Slice of Clintonville

November 9, 2017


The Clintonville Area
Chamber of Commerce
11 W. Cooke Rd., Suite 5
Columbus, Ohio, 43214
info@clintonvillechamber.com
Phone: 262-2790
Fax: 262-2791

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Clintonville Area Chamber of Commerce BBB Business Review
 

If you are a Chamber member with a news item for this page, please email it to info@clintonvillechamber.com

Casino Night Fundraiser

 

The Northern Kiwanis annual Autumn Pancake Breakfast will be Saturday, September 30, at the Clintonville Woman's Club. Pancakes, sausage, coffee, orange juice, and milk will be served from 7:30 AM to 12 noon. All proceeds will be used to support community activities.

The Upside of Downsizing

 

Whetstone Braves News
  38th Annual Columbus Kiwanis College Fair
  Spirit Night at the Whetstone HS Football Game
  Homecoming Sponsorship
  31 Successful Traits
  ACT Newsroom
  Senior Class Meeting
  Ohio Graduation Requirements

 

Strategic Business monthly newsletter
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QUAIL CROSSING CELLARS

Limited Release Wines are going quickly!
When they are gone they are gone!


Has it been 4 years already?  Hard to believe, but true! Come help us celebrate our 4th anniversary with pizza, snacks, wine, cake and prizes!  9/30, 7-9 pm.

Paint & Wine Night
is September 29th, 6-9 pm.  Come enjoy some creative time with friends and family!  Sign up by Sept 27!  #paintandwinenight



















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BWC Newsletter


 

Enrollment Underway for Workers' Comp Premium Discount Programs

Do Not Miss your Opportunity to Save!

 

Did your organization complete a Temporary Authorization to Review Information (AC-3) form earlier this spring as part of our workers compensation member benefit?

If so, your organization should now be in receipt of your savings analysis from our program administrator, CompManagement, as long as your company was found to be eligible to participate in a premium discount program for the upcoming 2018 policy year.

Although the actual premium paid by individual private employers for workers' compensation coverage in Ohio depends on a number of factors, employers are always encouraged to learn more about programs that can assist in lowering their workers compensation costs. If you are reviewing savings quotes from other group administrators, please make sure that you are examining them thoroughly to ensure that you are comparing similar discounts and service offerings. This important decision affects how much you pay in workers compensation premiums, as well as who will be handling any claims incurred by your injured employees.

Please make sure to return your enrollment documents timely to ensure your participation. The deadline to enroll in a Group Rating program per the Ohio Bureau of Workers Compensation (BWC) for the upcoming 2018 policy year is Monday, November 20, 2017.

 

If your organization is not eligible for Group Rating for the 2018 policy year, there are other options and discounts available (Group Retrospective Rating, Individual Retrospective Rating, EM Cap, One Claim, Destination Excellence, etc.) that offer a variety of discounts and may be compatible with other programs for potentially larger savings. The enrollment deadline for these programs is January 31, 2018.

We encourage you to explore your best savings option with our CompManagement representative, Rejeana Woolum-Napier, to see how your organization can realize your maximum savings for 2018.  Rejeana may be reached at (614) 359-2403 or via email at Rejeana.Woolum-Napier@sedgwick.com.    Don't miss your opportunity to reduce your workers compensation premium for 2018 - act now!

 

 

Columbus Park of Roses Foundation Breaks Ground for Large Scale Rose Garden Project

 

Quarterly CompManagement newsletter  follow this link.

The benefits of Blue View Vision are clear
Eye doctors are often the first to discover signs of chronic health conditions during an eye exam. That's why it's important for your employees to have access to Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield’s industry-leading vision plan.
 
Blue View Vision is included in all Anthem small group health plans and includes benefits for both children and adults.

  • Adult plans include coverage for routine eye exams. Standalone vision material plans are also available and include coverage for eyewear.
  • Pediatric benefits include full Essential Health Benefit coverage for routine eye exams and eyewear.
  • Access to one of the largest vision care networks in the industry. Choice of more than 33,000 eye doctors at over 26,000 locations.
  • Our national network includes a wide selection of independent eye doctors, as well as online and regional retailers, or members can visit Glasses.com, ContactsDirect, 1-800 CONTACTS, LensCrafters®, Pearle Vision®, Sears Optical®, Target Optical® and JC Penney® Optical stores.
  • Discounts available from network providers.
  • Clinical and administrative integration with medical plans including one ID card and one account team.

Ask your Anthem Sales representative for more information.

Scioto Energy is sharing the 2017 Ohio Electricity Outlook with Chamber members.  Please see the attached.

First Merchants presents Business of the Month - Looking for more exposure for your business? Check out the attached information and call Carly at 614-408-0470! Your Business

CRC is experiencing a shortage of plastic bags for their food pantry. Please drop off you plastic bags at Weiland's Market and CRC will pick them up for the pantry.