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Legislative Open Forum

The Legislative Committee of the Wilton Chamber of Commerce will hold a Legislative Open Forum on Saturday, March 9, 2019 from 9:00 - 10:30 a.m. at the Wilton Community Room – 104 E. 4th St.

This meeting will have our Senator Zach Wahls &  Representative Bobby Kaufmann on hand to answer and  discuss current issues before both the House and the  Senate.

The Forum is open to the public and all interested persons  are invited and encouraged to attend.  They take time out of  their schedules to attend these community forums.  

2018 Founders Day Winners

Eager Beaver

Charlotte Brown won the Eager Beaver $75 Gift Certificate

Duck Races

Oliver Grings won the Duck races.

 

PARADE WINNERS
 

FLOAT CATEGORY

 

THEME – 1ST PLACE – #9 CLASS OF 93

     2ND PLACE – #8 COMMUNITY BANK

     3RD PLACE –  #7 38 SPECIAL EVENTS CENTER

 

BEST DECORATED – 1st PLACE - #1 WILTON BANK

Founders Day 2018 Schedule Of Events

Friday, August 17, 2018

Opens at 4    Vendors/Beverage Area
  4:30 p.m.    Bingo (White Pigeon Parking lot (Weather Permitting)
  4 – 7 p.m.   Kids Tractor Pull Contest (Registration at 4:30 p.m.)
  5:00-7:00    Happy Hour/Business after Hours:  Wine Tasting is $10 for Non-Chamber members
  5:00-7:00    Academy of Rock Concert – Toyota of Muscatine Stage
  6:00 p.m.     Slow Pitch Softball Tournament

2018 RAGBRAI Meeting

We are having a RAGBRAI organizational meeting on Tuesday, April 3rd at City Hall, 5pm. Anyone interested in getting involved or just wants information should stop by. We are looking to organize a community tent where we could locate non-profit, local organizations under one roof. We also need volunteers to direct bikes.

Legislative Open Forum

The Legislative Committee of the Wilton Chamber of Commerce will hold a Legislative Open Forum on Saturday, March 10, 2018 from 9:00 - 10:30 a.m. at the Wilton Community Room – 104 E. 4th St.

This meeting will have our Senator Robert Dvorsky &  Representative Bobby Kaufmann on hand to answer and  discuss current issues before both the House and the  Senate.

The Forum is open to the public and all interested persons  are invited and encouraged to attend.  Let's all take this opportunity to educate ourselves with the current legislative issues.