The New Way to Success
Joining the Wonder Lake Chamber not only benefits your business or organization, it helps our community grow stronger, which benefits all who live in the Wonder Lake Area.
Who We Are
Consider joining the Wonder Lake Chamber of Commerce — Why? A membership in the Wonder Lake Chamber of Commerce is an incredible way to unify the voice of Wonder Lake business leaders, so we can have a powerful impact in moving our community in a positive direction.
By joining the Chamber, you lend your support to business and community efforts that benefit our overall economy, while staying informed on pertinent issues that can affect your bottom line.
We offer several membership levels to fit the needs and budget of any business. Joining, at any level, is easy and provides an incredible return on investment.The Wonder Lake Chamber provides opportunities for your business to grow within the community by networking with other Wonder Lake businesses and through the various community events held throughout the year.
People are usually surprised to hear about the community use of resources and referrals offered through the chamber.
Our W.L. Chamber website receives an average of 3500 hits per month, along with phone calls and office visits from individuals in the community. Only the names and numbers of Chamber members are offered.
We sincerely appreciate your membership and continue to do our very best in an effort to help you throughout the year. Should you have any questions or require additional information please don’t hesitate to contact the Wonder Lake Chamber office.— Donna M. Sullivan,
The Wonder Lake Chamber celebrated their 60th birthday on January 31, 1956. For 60 years the Chamber has encouraged local trade, promoted recreational facilities for children and adults, and has advanced commercial and civic interests in community.
Dennis Palys, Wonder Lake President Retires. After 15 years volunteering and contributing to the Wonder Lake Community and it's residents, Dennis Palys retires as the President of the Wonder Lake Chamber of Commerce. 2nd Vice President Steve Hall (left) shakes hands with Dennis Palys and presents him with a wooden statue of an American White Pelican.
The Wonder Lake Chamber, and the MPOA. move into the old Tru Value Hardware Building, and renovations begin to split the building into multiple offices.
Interim Executive Director of the Chamber, Missy Sell, who replaced Linda Clark, steps down, and Donna Sullivan takes over as Executive Director.
The Wonder Lake Chamber: Dennis Palys as Chamber President and Linda Clark as Executive Director.
Wonder Lake Chamber was formed January 31, 1956. It was formed to encourage trade in the area, and promote recreational facilities for children and adults, and to advance commercial and civic interests in community.