Upcoming Chamber Events

New Melle Chamber Meetings

The 2nd Thursday of each month. 

January 14, 2021
White Wolf Pub & Grill

11:30 AM for networking
Noon - Business Meeting

Disucssing 2021 events,
upcoming scholarship process
and much more. 







Home Entertainment

By Tiffani Stewart, St. Charles City-County Library 

The clock hands in my home office don’t run smoothly. They sit motionless, then jump forward at the last second. The carpet in my bedroom has several small wrinkles, and the floor has a squeaky spot in one corner. The shelves inside my kitchen cabinets all look the same, except for the one holding my spices. The wood is slightly lighter on that shelf.  

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Light Up New Melle Winners for 2020

Blondin Professional Real Estate would like to thank everyone who participated in the Light Up New Melle Contest. We had a great time viewing all of the amazing holiday lights. There were a record number of homes entered this year which made our job even more fun.

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First Ever New Melle Holiday Parade of Lights

By Dianne Sudbrock

On Saturday, Dec. 19, 2020, the community of New Melle celebrated Christmas with the first ever Christmas Parade of Lights event. In an effort to spread some holiday cheer and put a COVID-conscious twist on traditional in-person caroling, the community was invited (via the New Melle 411 Facebook page) to assemble in a caravan of decorated vehicles to tour the neighborhoods of New Melle while playing recorded holiday music.

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Daily Reading for Health

by Tiffani Stewart
St. Charles City-County Library

A new year offers the opportunity for each of us to make goals for ourselves. Sometimes we want to break bad habits and sometimes we’re hoping to create some healthy new habits. You could start jogging or eating more fruits and vegetables. Or you could develop a reading habit! Did you know that daily reading is linked to all kinds of physical and mental health benefits?

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Are you Ready to Read with Us?

By Tiffani Stewart, St. Charles City-County Library

The days are a little shorter and it’s getting chilly outside. Maybe it’s time for a good book - that all of us can read together! Students and readers of all ages are invited to take part in a shared community reading experience, happening right now at the Library. We are pleased to partner with area high schools to offer a One Read initiative featuring The Radium Girls: The Dark Story of America’s Shining Women, a true account by Kate Moore.

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