Next Chamber Meeting – 6/14/16 – Non-Profits Roundtable & General Networking Meeting

Our last meeting before the summer break will feature a Non-Profits Roundtable & General Networking, to be at the Wayside Inn on 6/14/16 at 5:30PM.

Guests will include:

– Carol Signorino of Thursday Garden Club of Sudbury

– Sue Rushfirth of the Sudbury-Wayland-Lincoln Domestic Violence Roundtable

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

CORRECTION: Next Chamber Meeting is 6/14/16 – Non-Profits Roundtable & General Networking Meeting

Our last meeting before the summer break will feature a Non-Profits Roundtable & General Networking, to be at the Wayside Inn on 6/14/16 at 5:30PM.

Guests will include:

– Carol Signorino of Thursday Garden Club of Sudbury

– Sue Rushfirth of the Sudbury-Wayland-Lincoln Domestic Violence Roundtable

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

Reminder: Next Chamber Meeting – 5/10/16 – Jim Gish of Protect Sudbury

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The May 10th meeting, at the Wayside Inn at 5:30 PM, will focus on the issue of the Eversource project for a new plan to build overhead transmission lines along the old MBTA railway. The plan calls for an 82-foot-wide area through woods along the length of the line from Sudbury to Hudson, with 100-feet tall transmission towers.

Our speaker will be Jim Gish, a Director of Protect Sudbury, the organization whose stated mission is “to preserve and protect the environment, landscape, health, safety, historic character and property values of the town”. Several other members of Protect Sudbury will be in attendance for the presentation and Q&A period and representatives from the town (selectmen Susan Iuliano) will also be participating.

Protect Sudbury website: http://www.protectsudbury.org/

Next Chamber Meeting – 5/10/16 – Jim Gish of Protect Sudbury

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The May 10th meeting, at the Wayside Inn at 5:30 PM, will focus on the issue of the Eversource project for a new plan to build overhead transmission lines along the old MBTA railway. The plan calls for an 82-foot-wide area through woods along the length of the line from Sudbury to Hudson, with 100-feet tall transmission towers.

Our speaker will be Jim Gish, a Director of Protect Sudbury, the organization whose stated mission is “to preserve and protect the environment, landscape, health, safety, historic character and property values of the town”. Several other members of Protect Sudbury will be in attendance for the presentation and Q&A period and representatives from the town (selectmen Susan Iuliano) will also be participating.

Protect Sudbury website: http://www.protectsudbury.org/

Next Chamber Meeting – 4/12/16 – Hosted by Northern Bank

The Chamber’s next monthly meeting will be hosted by Northern Bank, Located at 430 Boston Post Road, Sudbury, MA 01776 at 5:30PM

Members and non-members are welcome to attend!

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Northern Bank is guided by a unique entrepreneurial spirit and the ability to always be looking ahead. Our clients have come to expect bankers who are accessible and available, flexible and responsive. We like to bump up against the status quo by responding quickly to requests for financial support or guidance and producing a solution that other banks can’t or are unable to think of. Over the past five years, we have achieved outstanding financial performance without compromising our commitment to the communities we serve. We have created an organization where employees enjoy working, and by doing what is best over doing what is easy.
As we look ahead, we plan to provide additional services for our clients with complex business needs, and continue to offer the most advanced banking solutions for our personal and small business customers while monitoring the latest advancements in security including biometrics. Most importantly, we will continue to create success for our bank, our clients and our communities by working hard and making decisions based on common sense.