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Rhinelander Chamber of Commerce promotes positivity during 'safer at home' orderSubmitted: 03/30/2020
Story By Mazie Vincent

Rhinelander Chamber of Commerce promotes positivity during 'safer at home' order
RHINELANDER - Every single community across the country is trying to hold the pieces together during the COVID-19 outbreak. 

The Rhinelander Area Chamber of Commerce is doing their part in trying to rally the community together. 

The Chamber's mission during the safer at home order is to be a source of valid information. 

You can find resource pages on its website and positive stories and missions on its social media. 

Rhinelander Chamber Director Lauren Sackett says she believes the community will come out even stronger after the pandemic. 

"Its exciting to see the different changes people have made to their businesses as well. So I think that things can only go up from here and I think our community is really great for times like this," Sackett said.

This week the chamber is hosting a virtual Rhinelander Spirit week. 

Its asking people to post fun, new pictures each day to keep positivity in our lives. 

Some of the topics are Medical Monday to support healthcare workers, Twining Tuesday and Flowery Friday. 

You can find the link to the Rhinelander Area Chamber of Commerce Facebook page down below. 




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