Next Chamber Meeting: 5/2/17 – Hosted By Prudence Financial

Our next meeting is on Tuesday May 2nd 5:30-7pm. It will be hosted by, and at the office of Prudence Financial, Inc. which is located at 365 Boston Post Road, Suite 203, Sudbury, MA 01776 ( 2nd floor, Mill Village ).

We look forward to seeing you there!

At Prudence Financial, the goal is to help simplify our clients’ lives. We do this by designing customized solutions for our clients’ unique situations. Simplicity is our motto. We help enable our clients to reach their dreams with peace of mind as effortlessly as possible by implementing plans that work for them.

”Prosperity begins with prudent planning techniques designed to protect, preserve and grow your wealth in a manner that is tailored to you” ~ Theresa M. Rosen, CFP®, CLTC

Second Opinion Service (SOS – I need help!)

At Prudence Financial, Inc we believe that everyone should have access to a free, no obligation second opinion. We will review your current plan/investments, and together determine the next best course of action for you Please use the above information for website and invitation post card.

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Next Chamber Meeting: April 4, 2017 – William Fitzhugh of The Concord Review

We are please to welcome William Fitzhugh of The Concord Review to our April 2017 Sudbury Chamber of Commerce meeting. The meeting will take place at 29 Sudbury, at 5:30 PM.

29 Sudbury
29 Hudson Rd
Sudbury, MA 01776


William Fitzhugh is the founder and editor of The Concord Review, a quarterly journal of history research papers by high school students, available at Previously, he taught history for 10 years at Concord-Carlisle Regional HS in Concord, MA. His education writing has appeared in, the Washington Post’s The Answer Sheet, and the New York Times’ Room for Debate.

About the Concord Review:

Raising the Bar for Expository Writing

The Concord Review acknowledges [publishes] exemplary history research papers by high school students in the English-speaking world. In the almost 20 [30] years of its existence, this quarterly journal has published 748 [1,230] history research papers by students from 44 states and 33 [40] other countries.

The Concord Review seeks to promote nonfiction reading and the development of academic expository writing competence among secondary students. Its “Page Per Year Plan™” suggests that students write a page of test per grade level—on a subject other than themselves—with the corresponding number of sources. For example, 1st graders would write a one-page paper with at least one source, whereas 9th graders would write a nine-page paper with at least nine sources. Such an approach would effectively prepare 12th graders to write a 12-page academic research paper (approximately 3,000 words) that included at least 12 sources as well as endnotes and bibliography.

At the request of student authors, the Review’s National Writing Board assesses the quality of high school history papers. It then sends a three-page report to colleges of each student’s choice to include with that student’s application materials. Thirty-nine colleges and universities—including Harvard, Princeton and Yale—now endorse this assessment service.

Next Chamber Meeting: 3/7/17 featuring Stewart Hoover, President of the Sudbury Historical Society

Our next meeting will be held on Tuesday 3/7/17 at the Wayside Inn, at 5:30PM. The meeting will feature Stewart Hoover, President of the Sudbury Historical Society, who will present on the restoration of the future History Center building in town center.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Please note that our March meeting will be on the FIRST TUESDAY OF THE MONTH!!

Longfellow’s Wayside Inn
72 Wayside Inn Road
Sudbury, MA 01776

Reminder – Next Chamber Meeting: Tuesday February 7, 2017 @5:30PM – Speaker: Mike Matros on The 2017 Hero’s Cup


This month’s meeting, At the Wayside Inn, Will be feature speaker Mike Matros. Mike is a Sudbury Firefighter who will be speaking about

After two Fire departments played each other to Raise money for the Last Call Foundation the response was so overwhelming that it lead to the creation of the Heros Cup.

The Heros Cup is a weekend long event designed to bring Firefighters, police officers, EMS, and military members together in a fun weekend to raise money and awareness for multiple charities. Each team will be playing for the charity of there choice with a cash prize going to the winning teams charity of each division!

Meet Mike and learn more about this amazing charity event at our meeting or at

Host Charity: Last Call Foundation

The Last Call Foundation was born of the determination to ensure that tragedies such as the one on March 26, 2014 never happen again. The mission of the Last Call Foundation is to provide funding, education and research to advance the safety needs of the Boston firefighting community. We are committed to enhancing the ability of our dedicated firefighting professionals to effectively and safely fight fires and protect the public. The Last Call Foundation was founded by Kathy Crosby-Bell in honor of her son, fallen Firefighter Michael Kennedy, who along with Lieutenant Edward Walsh died battling the nine-alarm fire on March 26, 2014 in Boston’s Back Bay. This tragedy highlighted the unique challenges facing firefighters. The Last Call Foundation is committed to identifying and addressing these challenges to enhance firefighters’ ability to safely and effectively fight fires and protect each of us. With your help, we can avoid future tragedy and, hopefully, save lives. The Last Call Foundation is committed to supporting firefighters everywhere because every firefighter is a hero every day.

Please note that our February and March meetings will be on the FIRST TUESDAY OF THE MONTH!!

Longfellow’s Wayside Inn
72 Wayside Inn Road
Sudbury, MA 01776

Member Spotlight: Middlesex Savings Bank


Middlesex Savings Bank was founded in 1835 as a mutual, community bank. Over 180 years later we remain dedicated to serving local Massachusetts customers and the local business community.

We are financially strong with over $4 billion dollars in assets and take pride in being recognized for more than 10 years running as one of the state’s most charitable organizations.

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