Call each location or visit their website for all details regarding take out, curbside pickup and delivery options as these will change regularly. Many are currently offering online ordering at this time.
Akina Sushi & Japanese Restaurant
Black Bear Kitchen
Bruster’s Ice Cream
Calabria Ristorante & NY Style Pizza
Carrabba’s Italian Grill
Cheeser’s Palace Cafe & Catering
Chefing It Up! Pizza Cafe
352-242-4580 (Highway 50 location)
352-394-1133 (Four Corners location)
Citrus Coffee Company
Clermont Brewing Company
Clermont Oyster Bar
Coffee Shop of Horrors
407-625-8510 (BJ’s location)
352-243-9188 (Highway 50 – near CF Fitness)
407-654-3363 (Highway 50 – near Magnolia Pointe)
352-241-8206 (Four Corners)
352-394-2828 (Highway 50 location)
352-241-8448 (Four Corners location)
Keke’s Breakfast Cafe
Lake Minneola Inn & Tiki Bar
Montrose Street Market
OakWood Smokehouse & Grill
Orange Blossom Candies & Cream
Root & Branch Bistro + Bar
San Jose’s Original Mexican Restaurant
Sonny’s Real Pit Bar-B-Q
Sweet Cups Chef
Ritter’s Frozen Custard
The Crooked Spoon
The Original Goombas Pizzeria
The Southern on 8th
The Taphouse @ Clermont
Twistee Treat of Clermont
Uncle Kenny’s BBQ & Catering
City of Clermont
City of Groveland
City of Mascotte
City of Minneola
Town of Montverde
Lake County Government
Lake County Schools
Lifestream Behavioral Centers 24-hour helpline
Florida Department of Health
Office of Governor Ron DeSantis
Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
U.S. Department of Health & Human Services
U.S. White House
U.S. Food & Drug Administration
World Health Organization (WHO)
Many of our education partners are offering virtual learning options as we navigate through the coming weeks.
The Chamber is working to produce weekly webinars to keep our members engaged during these uncertain times. You can access our previous webinars on our YouTube channel by clicking on the titles below. Slides for these webinars can be found on SlideShare.
Hiring From The Military Community: Matt Wood, a 21-year veteran of the United States Army, who is currently the CEO and Founder of Suiting Green Consulting. Suiting Green is the Rosetta Stone when it comes to translating military experience into corporate skills to help companies hire top talent.
Navigating Mortgages in the COVID-19 Environment: Kristin Jamieson of The Kristin Jamieson Mortgage Team Powered By Success Mortgage Partners discusses the current housing market and trends during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Remote Workplace Best Practices: Computer Business Consultants CEO, Clinton Pownall, answers frequently asked questions regarding remote workplaces.
Wellness in the (Remote) Workplace: Kyndall Truett of the National Training Center gives helpful tips for staying healthy while working remotely.
Utilize an Attorney to Plan and Simplify Your Life: Merideth Nagel of Merideth Nagel, P.A. and Concierge Title Services leads an interactive session on the benefits of utilizing an attorney to plan & simplify your personal life and business.
Using Social Media to Elevate Your Business: Scott Homan of The Florida Citrus Tower, Matthew Wheatley of Wheatley Realty Group and Kyle and Jesenia Caracciolo-Clayton of Lion Heart Floors discuss best practices and tips for using social media to elevate your business.
COVID-19 Preparing for Business: Learn helpful guidelines to follow to get back to business from Community Health Centers Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Jocelyn Pichardo. Also, helpful stress management information during challenging times from Community Health Centers Dr. Vintee Narang.
Putting Your Best Face Forward: Glenn Holcomb of Mighty Manatee IT and Stuart Wilson of Mango Tree Arts provided tips on putting your best face forward during our Coffee with the Chamber program this morning.
The Empowered NPO: Many recent events have collided, radically changing the landscape for nonprofits. What can you do to come out of this uncertainty and get back to serving your stakeholders well? How do you nimbly adapt and move your NPO in the best direction? This webinar was led by Nancy Cummings of Cummings Collaborative, LLC.
The One Thing: The One Thing is the surprisingly simple truth behind extraordinary results. In our time together we will discover how to stop spending your time and start investing your time. You will leave with a new way to look at your time in both your professional settings and your personal life. You will discover…your One Thing.
What’s Going on in Tallahassee? Town Hall with State Representative Anthony Sabatini: Representative Sabatini gives an update on the state legislature and answers questions.
Good Board Governance Today: Nonprofit boards do so much more than fulfill legal duties and oversee financial assets. Its members have roles that intentionally guide and direct the organization. From providing quality services for stakeholders to casting strategic visions to empowering a desired culture, good board governance creates the space for missions to be fulfilled. Join us at 9:00 a.m. on Thursday, May 28 to learn ways to inspire good board governance.
Hurricane Preparedness: The presentation by the Lake County Office of Emergency Management focuses on disaster and emergency preparedness for all hazards.
Hurricane Preparedness & Technology: Clinton Pownall of Computer Business Consultants, Inc., discusses how to prepare your business and technology for hurricane season.
Business Mindset: Dr. Christine Chin-Sim of leverage4change.com will discuss the two mindsets that play out in our business interactions and how each can determine the success or demise of your business.
2020 Chamber Wellness Challenge Recap & Tips for Continuing Your Wellness Journey: The winners of the Chamber Wellness Challenge were announced and Kyndall Truett, a member of the fitness staff at NTC, offered tips to stay on your wellness journey.
Getting (Safely) Back to Business: Earlier this year, Orlando Health launched a “Business Ready” initiative to support those in the business community returning to normal operations. They’ve pulled together their experts and hospital best practices, and are now offering the business community resources related to proper handwashing, surface cleaning, mask-wearing, social distancing and more. Tune in to hear more about this initiative and how you can protect your business, clients and staff.
Coffee with the Chamber – Lake CARES Small Business Grant: Tracy Garcia of Elevate Lake answers questions regarding the Lake CARES Small Business Grant application process.
Make Your Wishes Known: Five Wishes is an Advance Directive that has helped people communicate their desires on what types of care they wish to receive, in the event they become seriously ill and are unable to speak for themselves. This webinar will be led by Kristina Rose of Cornerstone Hospice & Palliative Care. You can access the Five Wishes FAQ page here.
New Stimulus Bill and How it Affects Businesses & Individuals: Denise Calderon of Denise Calderon Certified Public Accountant discusses how the new stimulus bill will affect businesses and individuals. Additionally, she answers questions related to taxes, accounting and business start-up 101. You can access the slides here.
Facebook for Business: Are you struggling to understand Facebook’s unique value proposition to your business? This seminar will help you get a handle on your Facebook page and how to make it work for you in 2021. Our presenter, Jacquie Peterson, started Splash Social Marketing 11 years ago with her husband Tom when they realized outsourced social marketing would become a big need for businesses. Tom has been doing internet marketing since 2000 and Jacquie brought a background in psychology and journalism.
Ways to Make 2021 Your Best Year!: Did you make New Year’s resolutions this year? Are you still on track? Are there habits you want to break … habits you want to make … goals you’d like to achieve? Join Jerry Posner for inspiration, motivation, and fun! You’ll explore tools, techniques, and strategies to: prime yourself for successful days; set and stay focused on attainable goals; recognize and update mindsets and beliefs; manage stress; improve relationships, productivity, and more! You can access the worksheet here.
Security Essentials: Glenn Holcomb of Mighty Manatee IT teaches the key best practices of keeping your business and its data safe online. Slides can be found on SlideShare.
Virtual Chamber Breakfast: Focus on Groveland: Groveland City Manager Mike Hein discusses the accomplishments of 2020 and the plans for 2021 and beyond.
Sleep Matters – Developing Skills and Routines for High Performance Living: We spend up to a third of our lives sleeping yet most do not understand or maximize its power to enhance our lives. Sleep impacts mood, energy levels, athletics and mental health. You will learn how to develop skills and routines to improve athletic and professional performance. This session was led by Tim Crowley, head strength and conditioning coach at Montverde Academy and owner of TC2 Coaching, LLC.
Culture Compasses: What’s Your True North?: An organization’s culture impacts everything. From how successful you are to how people behave, communicate, lead, and innovate to how they avoid things. When culture is organic and everyone has input, amazing things can happen. If you’re looking to empower your company into new successes, join us for this two-part workshop. This session is led by Nancy Cummings of Cummings Collaborative and Monte Drenner of MTC Counseling.
Culture Compasses: How Are You Adding Value?: An organization’s culture impacts everything. Often, people think the culture is a result of ‘group think’ and ‘group response’. However, we know culture can be positively transformed by the choices of one person. If you’re curious how you can shine a light into your company’s culture, join us for this two-part workshop. This webinar was led by Nancy Cummings of Cummings Collaborative and Monte Drenner of MTC Counseling.
The South Lake Chamber of Commerce also has a webpage dedicated to updates as they come in. Please visit this page regularly for the most up-to-date information.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Chamber directly at 352-394-4191 or firstname.lastname@example.org.