Business of the Week 07-25-16

07-25-16

 

Louise Audet Physical Therapy offers top rehabilitation. Located at 222 Coalinga Plaza, Dr. Louise Audet offers excellent service and the latest in therapies to get you back on your feet, quickly.

Palm Memorial Coalinga Chapel/Coalinga Funeral Services is located 486 N. 5th Street, and has a variety of plans and services to assist you. With great compassion, Palm Memorial is here to help.

West Hills Machine and Welding Shop offers top notch skills and craftsmanship from farm machinery to yard decorations. West Hills Machine Shop is located at 152 E. Forest Avenue; their work is amazing.

West Hills Oil, Inc is a card pump fuel station located at 485 W. Elm Avenue and is a proud supporter of local activities such as the Horned Toad Derby. Good fuel at great prices, check them out!


07-25-16

Great week here at the Chamber

This week was filled with many activities as Coalinga Police Chief Michael Salvador showed off the new CHUSD School Resource Officers Police car. It’s orange and black, and a great addition to making our schools safer here in Coalinga.

I also enjoyed a wonderful Chamber Quarterly Meeting hosted by the City of Coalinga which gave those in attendance an opportunity to ask questions. Marijuana concerns were the most addressed questions followed by sidewalks and information about the City transit and public assistance. The luncheon concluded with a tour of City Hall. Thank you City Manager, Marissa Trejo and all the department heads for making this another success.

Thank you Billingsley Tire for the safety check on our Derby trailer and securing it for the upcoming winter months. It is once again safe. I met with Sasser’s Specialties, helped West Hills Medical with a roofing recommendation, gathered information for our monthly newsletter, enjoyed a delicious dinner at Me-n-Ed’s, washed the car at Ice Bucket Chevron, filled the gas tank at Fastrip, and bought a dessert at Harris Ranch and Inn Country Store. Good things Coalinga.

As the school year approaches, please don’t forget to shop local first as the taxes collected benefit Coalinga, our hometown. If sales are good, then this keep people employed. Again good things Coalinga.

It has been discussed on Coalinga Citizens and once again, the green containers around town are causing confusion. Items put in these containers do not benefit Coalinga in any way. All the items collected within the green bins head straight out of town. If you want to make a donation of gently used clothing, household items, furniture and such, and benefit the youth and citizens of Coalinga, then please donate your items to Coalinga Community Thrift Shop Antique, Junktique, Practicals & Collectables located at 198 W. Forest Ave or Give Me Love Thrift Shop at 144 E. Durian Street. These two stores do amazing things for our community, so please support them and skip the green bins. Plus, your donation is tax deductible. Support local, it does the community good!

 


Coalinga Community Thrift Shop

Coalinga Community Thrift Shop Antique, Junktique, Practicals & Collectables 198 W. Forest Ave Coalinga, CA. (559) 935-1053 Open until 3:45 PM

Coalinga Community Thrift Shop
Antique, Junktique, Practicals & Collectables
198 W. Forest Ave
Coalinga, CA. (559) 935-1053
Open until 3:45 PM

 


Businesses of the Week 07-18-16

Business of the Week

Fernandez Real Estate: Whether you’re looking to buy or sell a home, you can count on the support offered by Fernandez Real Estate, as they guide you carefully through the process. Please call 559-415-8723 for more information.

 

Sasser Specialties: specializes in customized promotional products, allowing you to showcase your business, team, or organization. Located at 296 Coalinga Plaza, open Tuesday and Thursdays from 10a.m. – 4p.m. or call 559-583-6476 for more information.

 

Tara Glenn Apartments: located at 552 East Glenn Avenue, Tara Glenn offers a variety of floor plans, play area, community room, onsite laundry facilities and covered carports, Tara Glenn is family friendly and community minded. Please call (559) 935-2731 for more information.

 

Union Bank: offers personal banking services that are exclusively designed to meet your financial needs. Located at 190 W. Durian Street, Coalinga’s Union Bank branch is here to help you with your financial needs. Please call 935-1661 for more information.


07-18-16

Chamber Quarterly Luncheon

Please join us Wednesday, July 20, noon – 1p.m. for lunch of networking and great conversation as City Hall, 155 W. Durian St. offers tours, answers questions and raffles to all who attend. Cost is $10 for lunch. The Chamber Quarterly is open to both members and the general public. Now is your time to get questions answered and see the inside of City Hall. RSVP to the Coalinga Chamber at 935-2948.

Enjoy the last weeks of the summer holidays by stopping by the RC Baker Museum for a fun afternoon of local history or visit the community pool for fun in the sun. Finish off the day at one of our many spots that offer cold drinks, shakes, ice cream, BBQ and more such as Campus Drive In, Chevron Ice Bucket, Fastrip, Fatte Albert’s/the Pit Stop, Mc Donald’s, Los Reyes Mexican Restaurant, RN Market, Save A Lot, Save Mart, Taqueria el Repollito, or Me-n-Ed’s.

 

As you begin to shop for Back to School clothes and supplies, The Chamber encourages you to please shop local first as your tax dollars stay in Coalinga and contribute to our parks, roads, public safety and so much more. But if you head out of town, why not enjoy…

 

Gateway Ice Center/home of the Fresno Monster Hockey Team located at 2473 N. Marks in Fresno is offering a two for one deal to come ice skate from 3p.m.-6p.m. weekday afternoons. They supported Coalinga and the Horned Toad Derby and are offering this discount to Coalinga residents. Flyers are in the Chamber Office. Enjoy a cool, fun activity on these hot summer days.

Wrestling Sign Ups

Coalinga Roughneck Wrestling will host open registrations for all ages, August 17-24. Cost is $50 registration fee, plus purchase of a $45 USA Wrestling Card. Registration site and practice times will be at 516 Baker Street (old junior high library) Monday. Wednesday & Friday. All are welcome.  For additional information please contact Coach Cassidy Lopez @559-246-2635.  Follow Coalinga Roughneck Wrestling on Facebook or Instagram @Coalinga Roughneck Wrestling.


Businesses of the Week – 07-11-16

Businesses of the week:

City of Coalinga provides for the preservation of the community character by delivering quality, responsive City services in an efficient and cost-effective manner, and to ensure the future financial stability of the City for its citizens.

Coalinga Fire Department has been serving our community since 1903 and has provided Coalinga with a high level of Fire and EMS service ensuring community safety and an enhanced quality.

Coalinga – Huron Recreation and Park District was formed in 1972 to serve both Coalinga and Huron and is responsible for the maintenance, and operation of recreation programs for our community regardless of age!

Coalinga Police Department serving the City of Coalinga since 1909, The CPD has 21 sworn officers, a dispatch center, Animal Control officer and is here to protect and serve the citizens of Coalinga.

Coalinga Regional Medical Center is committed to provide personalized, quality-oriented healthcare through a responsible service network, enhancing the health of the Community of Coalinga.


07-11-16

Coalinga Chamber of Commerce

The question is often asked, what do we do at the Chamber?

Every day is different. We are a welcome center for those looking for services, activities, history and resources available in our community. We are a non-profit organization which earns its annual budget through membership fees and the Horned Toad Derby. We are promoter of our members and their services.

We host a variety of events from the Community’s Annual Service Award Dinner, The Annual Horned Toad Derby, CoalingaFest, Candidate’s Night, Veterans Day Pageant and Ceremony, the Holiday Boutique, Mixers, Quarterly Lunches and meetings.

We are the Wikipedia of Coalinga, a strong supporter of local events, and a promoter of shopping local by actually doing it. We advocate, advertise, and support our membership. We support the businesses and non-profits that sustain the Chamber through their yearly membership fee. We recommend our affiliates all the time.

The Chamber keeps members informed of laws, legal updates, scams and other issues impacting small businesses. We provide resources such as labor law posters, employee handbook guides, phonebooks, and contacts for government officials, certificates of origin and more.

We pass on advice, concerns, compliments, complaints and suggestions to members from the community in hopes of better meeting the needs of Coalinga. We have a board of directors, by-laws, policies and protocols, an employee handbook and are guided by Cal Chambers and the Western Association for Chamber Executives. We pay taxes and follow laws governing non-profits and small businesses alike.

The Chamber of Commerce mission statement reads, o nurture economic success, one business at a time. We do our best to support and promote through attendance, advertisements (Facebook, Linked In, Twitter, www.coalingachamber.com) and weekly articles in the newspaper. We believe Coalinga is a great place to be, not perfect but overall a great place to be!

If you have a questions about Coalinga please call (935-2948) or stop by (265 W. Elm Avenue, M-F 8a.m – 2p.m.) and if we can help, we will!