Chamber Meetings and Volunteer
11.1 Government Affairs Mtg. with Paul Blazar.
Boyd Coatings Research Co. 8:30 am.
11.7 Business After Five hosted by SuAsCo
Watershed Community Council and Stow Family
Chiropractic. 118 Great Rd (rear of building), Stow.
Across from Stow Shopping Plaza. $7 Members. $14
11.8 Ambassador Committee. Citizens Community
Rm. 8 am.
11.12 Veteran's Day. Office Closed.
11.14 Board of Directors Meeting. Citizens
Community Rm., 7:45 am.
11.17 Chamber Night at the Symphony. HHS, 7:30
pm. Email email@example.com to reserve your
11.22 Thanksgiving (Office closed on 11/22 and
11.28 Maynard Matters Meeting. Maynard Town
Building. 8 am.
11.29 Marketing Committee. Chamber Office.
11.30 Avidia Bank Seminar Series hosts Getting
the Message Out: Be Heard, Understood and
Remembered. Presented by Getgood Marketing. 2nd Floor
Board Room, 42 Main St., Hudson. 8:15 to 9:30 am. $15
Members. $25 Nonmembers. Reservations Required.
With the Maynard Fest, our Harvest Golf Classic and
Downtown Trick or Treat, October was certainly a program
heavy month. Our gratitude is extended to the following
members who assisted us in a myriad of ways.
Special thanks to the following volunteers who
assisted us at Maynard Fest--Marlene Thomas
(Middlesex Savings Bank), Dick Downey (Boyd Coatings
Research), Bill Ross (Better Accounting Services) and
Paul Boothroyd (Classic Realty). These outstanding
volunteers helped us place 90 vendors in an hour.
It took 20 volunteers to pull off our 7th Annual
Harvest Golf Classic at Charter Oak. These selfless
volunteers included Ray Murphy and Mary McDonald (Avidia
Bank), Allen and Lois Boemer (Boemer & Associates),
Glenn and Maria Davis (Davis Architects), Kathy
Kielbowicz, Charlie Allen (Active Oak), Mary Holtorf
(Art & Soul), Bill Ross (Better Accounting
Services), Gavin Livingstone (Bryley Systems), Dave
Rykbost (Dave's Landscape Mgmt), Nancy Fredrickson
(Edward Jones), Alice Pillivant (Gramps' Garage), Jodi
Sullivan (Holiday Inn Boxborough), Linda Dodge
(Marlborough Hospital), Paula Copley (Middlesex Savings
Bank) and Steve Ziegler (Star Custom Framers).
The Chamber depends on volunteers for Downtown
Trick or Treats, especially since it runs the
program simultaneously in two downtowns! Special thanks
to Mary Beth Parker (Citizens Bank) and Dick Downey
(Boyd Coatings Research) for the assistance in Maynard.
Also, our gratitude is extended to Bill Ross (Better
Accounting Services) and John Kovacs (Boyd Coatings
Research) for their assistance in Hudson.
Save The Date
The inaugural Women's Business Advisory Council
meeting is slated for Wednesday, December 5th, 11:45 am.
at Harvest Cafe in Downtown Hudson. Cost is $15 for
members and their guests. $25 for nonmembers.
Reservations are required.