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TOPIC: Expanding the size and scope of the Federal government on the taxpayers dime
Jon has lived in Carlisle, MA since 2000. He lives with his wife, Phyllis or 15 years and his 13 year old son and 10 year old daughter (and two dogs). He is a graduate of Dartmouth College (1989) with a degree in history (with honors). After working for 1 year as a paralegal in New York City, he returned to school at the Johns Hopkins University (School of Advanced International Studies-SAIS). He received his degree in International Economics with a European Studies area concentration in 1992. In 1993, he received his MBA from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania (where he met his wife Phyllis). After graduating, he work as a foreign exchange and interest rate trader for almost 10 years before leaving the industry to start his own small businesses. The first of which was Red River Trading Company. Red River imported furniture and homes accessories (textiles, ceramics) from Asia. He had a retail in Boston’s South End and an online presence. Red River catered to retail clients as well as wholesale. In 2007, Jon started College Sports Fanatics, a licensed re seller of Boston College merchandise. He did this until June 2011 when he began his second run for Congress. He now does this full time.
This olde town tradition is a sight to behold, for the youngest of young or the oldest of old. The floats are unveiled and the ribbons adorned, the blare of the fire truck sirens and antique car horns. The bands they will march or ride on a float, the kids are on bicycles, rollerblades, scooters or boats. The political players they walk and shake hands. The Militia are coming for all who are fans. Family and Friends, come one, come all. Wave the flag, and have a Ball!!
Details on the “Sudbury Chamber of Commerce 4th of July Parade”
Start Time: 1:00 PM on July 4, 2012 – Rain or shine!
Parade Theme: Sudbury: Past, Present and Future
End Time: Roughly 2:30 PM. Depending on where you sit on the route the parade will take about an hour to pass.
Start Location (full map included below): Corner of Union Ave and Route 20.
End Location: Sudbury Town Hall.
Judging Time: Judging for all floats will begin at noon on July 4th, 2011.
Street Closures: The Sudbury Police Department typically closes the area of the route starting at 12:30 the day of the parade.
Viewing: Spectators are allowed to stand or sit anywhere along the parade route. What is so great about this parade is there really are no bad seats! Don’t forget to bring your lawn chairs, water bottles and sunscreen!
Again we are looking forward to seeing you all there for what promises to be another great family fun parade.
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Parade Map: Please note, the GREEN LINE is the parade route, the PURPLE LINE is for the parade marchers to load in.
Join us at Longfellow’s Wayside Inn Tuesday June 12, 2012 @ 5:30PM
Guest Speakers: Mike Carney and Jeff Walker of the Hudson Road Project
When? – Saturday, May 19th, 2012 7:00 PM – 12:00 AM
Where? – The historic Longfellow’s Wayside Inn, Sudbury, MA
Why? – The Event Under the Tent is Sponsored by the Sudbury Chamber ofÂ Commerce to Fund the 4th of July Parade programs and services.
Our next meeting is April 10th and will feature Chris
Berglund SVP Commercial Lending Marlborough Savings Bank speaking about “An insider’s guide to making the lending process easier”.
In May of 2011, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce released the results of its inaugural quarterly Small Business Outlook Survey. The quarterly surveys are designed to track the small business community’s outlook on their business, the local economy, and the national economy over time. Small business owners are polled nation-wide, and respondents include U.S. Chamber members and non-members.
The Sudbury Chamber of Commerce has a new home! Louis Stephan, Broker Owner of Prudential Stephan Realtors and President of the Sudbury Chamber of Commerce, saved the recently renovated house from demolition and had it moved across the street to replace an old barn on his property. The new building will house the Chamber of Commerce and the Law Offices of Lisa R. Dropkin. Additional retail or office space is available.
Read coverage on Metro West Daily and see a video of the house move on Sudbury Patch
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Sudbury Wine and Spirit is offering 20% off any six bottles of wine this Saturday 12/17 during our Open House Tasting from 2-5 PM.
TFenton Masonry Plowing
Mention “Shop Sudbury” and receive a complimentary Koko Smartraining session & No Lifetime Membership Fee ($119 savings), if you decide to join, during the month of December. Also, if you refer a friend to Koko Sudbury, and they join during the month of December, we will add a free 13th month to your membership (free month only valid on annual memberships).