Subject: AV Chamber February '09 Email Bulletin


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Email Bulletin

 

February '09

 

In This Issue

 

 

Chamber Meetings, Volunteer Salute & Hudson Fest

Property for Lease

Community Events

 

 

 

<Bob Larkin, outgoing Chairman of the Board, congratulates Nancy Arsenault and Cyndy Bremer of The Stow Independent at our recent Award Ceremony.

2.4 Women's Business Council Meeting at Harvest Cafe (Hudson). Meeting features presentation on acupuncture with Marianne Volpe of the Hudson Natural Health Center. $15 for members and their guests. $25 for nonmembers. Reservations Required.

2.5 Avidia Seminar Series presents Protecting Personal Information: It's the Law! with Networks Unlimited and Bowditch and Dewey. 8:15 to 9:30 am. $15 for Chamber members and guests. $25 for nonmembers. Reservations Required.

2.9 Women's Business Council Planning Meeting, The Horseshoe Pub, 11:45 am.

2.10 Ambassador Committee Meeting, Citizens Community Room, 8:15 am.

2.11 Board of Directors Planning Session, Boyd Coatings Research Co., 5 to 8:30 pm.

2.13 Government Affairs Committee, Boyd Coatings Research Co., 8 am.

2.25 Maynard Matters Meeting featuring Town Administrator John Curran. Gianotis Room in the Maynard Town Building. 8 am.

2.27 Grand Opening & Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at Still Life Home Consignments, 11:45 am. to 1 pm. 68 Tower St., Hudson. Refreshments served. Free.

3.10 Ambassador Committee Meeting, Citizens Community Room, 8:15 am.

3.11 Business After Five Networking Event at Boost Fitness (formerly Anytime Fitness), 312 Main St., Hudson. 5 to 7 pm. $10 for members and their guests. $15 for nonmembers. Reservations Requested.

3.13 Government Affairs Committee, Boyd Coatings Research Co., 8 am.

3.13 Joint Women's Business Council Meeting with Marlborough Chamber. Details: TBA

Volunteer Salute!

Special thanks to Steve Ziegler (Star Custom Framers), John Kovacs (Boyd Coatings Research Co.), Linda Dodge (Marlborough Hospital) and Bob Larkin (Frick & Frack) for their assistance at the Award Ceremony.

Also, our deep appreciation to the following that have agreed to serve on our Hudson Fest Committee-- Bob Larkin (Frick & Frack), Christine Monteiro (St. Mary's Credit Union), Justin Provencher and Ray Murphy (Avidia Bank), Glenn Davis (Architect), Tom Davis (The 495 Realty Group), Matt LaBarre (Salvation Army) and Sonny Parente (Parente Service Station).

Vendor spaces are now available for both the Hudson and the Maynard Fests. Applications are available under "forms" at www.assabetvalleychamber.org.

 

 

We are seeking...

...sponsors for a few Business Network Breakfasts and After Fives!

...a pt marketing assistant (6 to 10 h/wk). Candidate must be comfortable with sales and phone work. Computer skills a plus. $9 to $14/h depending on experience. Interested parties should forward a letter of interest and a resume to the Chamber Office.

...donations for our upcoming Auction in April!

 

 

 

 

 

·  Property for Lease

 

Florida--2 bdrm., 1.5 bath condo for rent in Boca Raton. Many amenities. Available April 1st. $1500 + utilities/mo. For more info, call Chris Yates at 978.502.4215.

Maynard--CAC Digital is now offering hourly cubicle space with wireless for $5/h. For more info call 978.897.7022 or email images@cacdigital.

For a complete listing, consult the property for lease bulletin board at www.assabetvalleychamber.org.

 

 

 

 

·  Community Events

 

1.30 The Hudson Public Schools' Preschool Program is now accepting lottery applications for the Fall of 2009. The application deadline is at 4 pm. on January 30th. Applications are available at the Town Clerk's Office, the Library and the School Administration Building.

1.31 Hudson High Drama Society presents Mission Improvable in the Intel Mini-Theater. 7 pm. $. 978.567.6250 x 0131.

2.1 Super Bowl Party at the Riverview (formerly the Hudson Portuguese Club). 6 pm. For more info, call 978.361.5207 or email mlang0917@verizon.net.

2.3 Free Trigger Point Massage Workshop at Stow Family Chiropractic. 6 to 7:30 pm. A light dinner will be served. Same workshop will also be held on 2.25. Reservations are encouraged. 978.897.1770. www.stowfamilychiropractic.com.

2.5 Arts Alliance Reception for Empowering the Artist: a Teacher/Student Art Exhibit. Citizens Bank, downtown Hudson. 5:30 to 7 pm. Free. 978.562.1646. www.upwitharts.org.

2.7 Foxwoods Tour to benefit St. Michael Parish. Includes motor coach, buffet coupon and Keno. For more info, contact Dorothy Forde at 978.852.9598.

2.8 Blueskies Studios and Harvest Cafe invite all to attend the opening reception of Art on the Walls, 40 Washington St., Hudson. 2 to 4 pm. www.blueskiesstudios.org.

2.10 Maynard Community Chest Annual Meeting, Maynard Public Library, 7 to 9 pm. Refreshments. Walk-ins welcome, but reservations appreciated. info@maynardchest.org.

2.18 Bryley Systems welcomes all to a free seminar on Preparing Your Business for 201 CMR 17.00--Protection of Personal Information. Program is at 9 am. Reservations appreciated. 888.280.5799. events@bryley.com

2.19 Arts Alliance presents WPI's Simple Harmonic Motion performance and workshop at the Bigelow School in Marlboro. 1 pm. performance. 2 pm. workshop. 978.562.1646. www.upwitharts.org.

2.27 Holly Near Benefit Concert for Habitat for Humanity. Unitarian Church, Main St., Hudson. $25/ $30. For tickets, call 978.562.9180 or visit www.ucmh.org.

2.27 The Arts Alliance presents The Kerry Boys--a Celtic Trio. Hudson Town Hall. 7:30 pm. 978.562.1646. www.upwitharts.org

3.4 Wild & Scenic Environmental Film Festival at the Maynard Fine Arts. Hosted by the Organization for the Assabet River (OAR). $10 includes admission and a free raffle ticket. For more info, call 978.369.3956 or visit www.assabetriver.org.

 

 

 

 

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