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Sandwich Chamber welcomes new member

Published: Tuesday, Jan. 1, 2013 5:30 a.m. CDT
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Provided photos The Sycamore Chamber Ambassador Club recently held a ribbon cutting at Think Driven located at 1730 Afton Road, Unit 3 in Sycamore. Think Driven offers complete auto repair for domestic and import vehicles, light and medium duty trucks, engine and vehicle rebuilds performance and enhancement modifications. The Sycamore Chamber and DeKalb Chamber also held a combined ribbon cutting to celebrate the grand opening of the Kishwaukee College Student Center. This new facility will accommodate increased student demand for services related to financial aid, registration and counseling, as well as an expanded bookstore, dining facilities and student activity space.

The Sandwich Area Chamber of Commerce recently held a Meet and Greet for new member Wisoma Massage & CranioSacral Therapy. Wisoma is owned by Kelli A. Burke, L.M.T., a Sandwich-area resident for 24 years. The event was attended by more than 40 people – friends, clients, massage therapists and Chamber of Commerce members.

Wisoma is a professional and relaxing local destination offering relief for chronic pain, injuries and touch-sensitive individuals. Burke has been in the massage field for more than 10 years and combines the gentle techniques of craniosacral therapy and massage to increase the profound level of support for the body’s ability to safely rest and correct soft tissue restrictions that can cause symptoms of pain and discomfort.  

Wisoma is at 605 E. Market Street, Suite B, Somonauk. For more information about Wisoma, call 815-786-7829 or visit .

The Sandwich Area Chamber of Commerce can be reached at 815-312-4963,, at or on Twitter @ILSandwich.

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