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Email Bulletin
September 2006

In This Issue

Chamber Meetings, Volunteer Salute and Miscellany

Director Spotlight: Chuck Randall

Member2Member Discount Program

Community Events

Help Wanted

Property for Lease

How to Get Your Event Listed


 

Chamber Meetings, Volunteer Salute and Miscellany
Jan Patterson (Arts Alliance) and Maria Bentley (DF Murphy Insurance) enjoy comraderie at the Murphy Insurance After Five.

8.18 Golf Committee, Citizens Bank, 8:30 am.

8.31 Government Affairs Committee, Boyd Coating Research, 8 am.

9.4 Labor Day. Office Closed.

9.6 Maynard Fest Meeting, Maynard Town Building, 8 am.

9.8 Golf Committee, Citizens Bank, 8:30 am.

9.13 Business After Five Networking at St. Mary's Credit Union, 439A Main St., Hudson. 5 to 7 pm. $7/$14 Featuring Lt. Gov. Healy. Reservations requested.

9.14 Ambassador Committee, Citizens Bank, 8 am.

9.20 Board of Directors Meeting, Citizens Bank, 7:45 am.

9.21 Hudson Savings Bank Seminar Series presents 5 Tips for Improving Your Sales Process. Presented by Active Oak LLC. Hudson Savings Bank Board Room. 8 to 9:15 am. $15/$25

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

9.27 Maynard Matters Committee, Maynard Town Building, 8 am.

9.28 Marketing Committee, Hudson Savings Bank, 8:15 am.

9.29 Golf Committee, Citizens Bank, 8:30 am.

SAVE THESE DATES

10.07 Maynard Fest & Oktoberfest. Downtown Maynard

10.16 Harvest Golf Classic. Proceeds benefit Chamber scholarship program. $200 per golfer. Charter Oak CC.

10.20 Annual Downtown Roundtable featuring Michelle Ciccolo. Citizens Community Room, 8 am.

10.24 Business Networking Breakfast at Serendipity, 63B Main St., Hudson. 8 am.

10.26 Downtown Trick or Treats in both Hudson and Maynard. 4 to 6 pm.

A hearty volunteer salute to Ken Simms (Hudson Savings Bank) and Susan Getgood (Getgood Marketing) for preparing and presenting our Web Site Requirement Presentation this past July.

A fond farewell to Gulbankian Bus Lines who closed their doors on June 30th.

We are seeking volunteers for a focus group to consider a joint Assabet Valley Gift Card. Interested parties should contact Sarah at the Chamber.



As the summer winds down to a close, we all look towards the fall and 2007. When you ponder 2007, think about what your Chamber can do for? We set our calendar in October, and having your input is helpful! Also, we'll be putting together the 2007 Hudson Savings Bank Seminar Series, so if you have something you would like to present, please forward a proposal. Additionally, we are looking for '07 After Five and Business Network Sponsors as well. Give us a call and we'll schedule you in.

Yet, while we are already thinking about 2007, we have a myriad of important programs during the balance of '06. So, take time to schedule an event or two into your calendar. Part of the benefit of being a Chamber member, is the ability to garner information while creating business building relationships. For a complete schedule, check out our web site at www.assabetvalleychamber.org.


  • Director Spotlight: Chuck Randall
  • Randall has been the owner of Randall Properties for the past 10 years. He’s a result-oriented financial management professional with demonstrated experience in all aspects of accounting, finance and cash management. In addition to managing Randall Properties in Hudson, Randall is the Corporate Controller for United Distributors in Burlington. Randall is a licensed CPA and completed both his graduate and undergraduate studies at George Mason University. Randall currently serves as the Chamber’s Treasurer and as the Chair of the Government Affairs Committee.

  • Member2Member Discount Program
  • Special thanks to the 45 members who agreed to participate in our Member2Member Discount Programs. All participants are listed on our web site and new cards will be sent with our September 1st mailing.

    Use the cards as an employee benefit. Just let us know how many you need, and we'll be glad to get them out to you.

    Meanwhile, if you are interested in participating but didn't get on the brochure, please let us know and we'll add you to our web page and insure your inclusion for our next distribution.

  • Community Events
  • 8.16 Hudson Wood Park Summer Music Series presents Intel Involved. 6:30 pm. Rain location: Town Hall. 978.568.9642.

    9.9 Hudson Cub Scout Pack 4 Registration for boys ages 7-10 at Robinsons Ace Hardware. 8:30 am. to noon. www.hudsoncubscouts.org.

    9.11 Boys and Girls Club of MetroWest's 1st Annual Sweet Dreams Gala to honor Antonio & Joseph Frias, etc. 6 pm. at the Riverview at the Hudson Portuguese Club. Sponsorship, donation and ticket opportunities available. 508.485.4912.

    9.12 US Coast Guard Band plays at HHS Aud., 7 pm. The event is free, but tickets are required. www.upwitharts.org. 978.562.1646.

    9.16 OAR's 20th Annual Assabet River Cleanup. 9 am. start. Clean up crews in Concord, Acton, Maynard, Stow, Hudson, Northborough and Westborough. To volunteer, call 978.369.3956, or email oar@assabetriver.org.

    9.19 Hudson Cub Scout Registration at the 1st United Methodist Church on Felton St. 7 pm. 978.562.5174.

  • Help Wanted
  • Hudson Bookkeeping is seeking additional FT and PT bookkeepers for its growing business. Will train the right individual, but must be computer literate. Interested parties should call 978.568.1181.

    Bank of America, Maynard is currently seeking individuals to fill a number of FT and PT positions. Applicant must be comfortable in a retail setting. Interest parties should contact Jeff at 978.897.4711.

    Harvest Cafe, in downtown Hudson, is seeking 2-3 PT employees with flexible availability. Responsible applicants must enjoy a fast paced restaurant environment. Weekday and weekend shifts available. Cashier/restaurant experience a plus, but not necessary. Interested parties should contact Karen or Pippa at 978.567.0948, harvestcafe@verizon.net, or visit the Cafe at 31 Main St.

  • Property for Lease
  • Downtown Maynard-3 offices available on 2nd/3rd floor. Ready for immediate occupancy. 510 sq. for $600, 358 sq. for $375 and 263 sq. for $275 Interested parties should contact John O'Buck at 978.897.2781 x 25. www.prudentialprime.net.

    Hudson-Up to 5300 sq. of office space available at 15 Bonazzoli. $9 sq. Dramatic floor to ceiling windows, open layout on two levels. Quick access to I-495 and I-290. Interested parties should contact Tom Davis, 495 Realty, 978.562.5599 x248.

    Hudson--Industrial space available at 312 Main St. 2400-4800 SF. 16 ft. ceilings. Two drive in doors. $8.50/SF/Yr. Interested parties should contact Tom Davis, 495 Realty, 978.562.5599 x248.

  • How to Get Your Event Listed
  • To get your event listed on the Chamber's Monthly Email Bulletin, email information to info@assabetvalleychamber.org. For additional listings, visit www.assabetvalleychamber.org.

    p. 978.568.0360 f. 978.562.4118


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