Chamber News

Are you a member who would like to share some cool news about your business? We would love to feature you on this page! Send a write up to our Director of Marketing and Communication, Kelsie Weaver, at kelsie@newtonchamberks.org!

Small Business Stories: Baier Family Optometry

Small Business Stories: Baier Family Optometry

Improve your eye health this Small Business Month with Baier Family Optometry! Baier Family Optometry is a family owned small business located at 515 N Main in Newton. Emily Baier shared some of the heart behind their business with us. What is your business’s mission?...

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Small Business Stories: Paws Crossed Thrift Store

Small Business Stories: Paws Crossed Thrift Store

Photo: Lisa Overocker, Executive Director, picking up a load of pet food for their pantry.Make a Difference with Paws Crossed Thrift Store! Paws Crossed Thrift Store, located at 506 N Main in Newton, is so much more than a thrift store. Executive Director, Lisa...

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Small Business Stories: US Outdoor First Aid

Small Business Stories: US Outdoor First Aid

Become an "Everyday Hero" with Small Business, US Outdoor First Aid! Owner and Senior Instructor of US Outdoor First Aid, Doug Trumble, has over 10 years of experience teaching Wilderness First Aid and he is now using his skills and experience to provide various types...

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Small Business Stories: Faith & Life Bookstore

Small Business Stories: Faith & Life Bookstore

Meet the "faces" of our next "Small Business Story," Faith & Life Bookstore! Faith & Life Bookstore is located at 606 N Main in Newton. Bethany Martin, the store manager, shared a little of her heart behind their mission.   Why did you decide to start your...

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Kidron Bethel Village officially reveals and dedicates new spaces

Kidron Bethel Village officially reveals and dedicates new spaces

NORTH NEWTON, Kan. — Seven years after Kidron Bethel Village staff had their first official conversations around dreams, goals and growth opportunities for the life plan community, more than 300 residents, staff, community members and other supporters gathered to dedicate and celebrate the result of those conversations.

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