December 2021 Newsletter
December 2021
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*** EVENTS ***
It's our Holiday Tradition!
Business After Hours at Lorenzo's!

Wear your most festive outfit! Bring a wrapped gift (see registration page)

Tuesday, December 7, 2021
5:00 - 7:00 pm
500 W. Grove Street, Middleboro

& See Wish list for families we are sponsoring

Networking at Noon
Networking at Noon offered the 3rd Friday of the month via Zoom
Knowledge & Networking!

Next event:
December 17th 12pm

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Like to plan ahead? We do too:

January 11, 2022 - Business After Hours Rosebrook Event Center in Wareham 5-7 pm
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February (date TBA) - Business After Hour Residence Inn, Bridgewater
Our very own Ambassador Quack was recognized this past month with the 'Volunteer of the Year' award from School on Wheels. It seems Quack's middle name....or maybe first "gogiver" as he humbly gives his time and effort to all who need his help. He spends countless hours between his business, the American Dream Team/Keller Williams, the Cranberry Country Chamber, Middleboro Rotary, tutoring/mentoring children, and his family. This recognition is a beautiful testament to his involvement in our communities! Congratulations, Quack! We are so fortunate to have you a part of our lives!
Photos from Broaden Your Business Lunch at Fisher's Pub:
Custom Paint, NerdsToGo, Neora, Signarama Raynham
Bamsi, Check Collision, Andi's Aesthetics, TLC Private Home Care, Cindy Irving Photography
Albert Mui Edward Jones, Bob & Missy Dovner - Automotive Consumer Advocate
Julio Hamel/Taunton Federal Credit Union, Leelam Larm and Arthur Larm chatting
Legislative Luncheon at Loon Pond Lodge 2021

Thank you to Loon Pond Lodge and staff for the delicious lunch and courteous attention!
Thank you to our keynote speaker, Secretary Rosalin Acosta, our legislators, sponsors & attendees!

Morton Hospital, North Easton Savings Bank
Bluestone Bank, Southcoast Health Urgent Care
Allen & Major Associates, Grant's Rental
J.K. Olivieri Insurance Agency, Pet Recess
Secretary Rosalin Acosta,
Keynote speaker
Panel: Senator Marc Pacheco, State Rep Kathleen LaNatra, State Rep Susan Gifford, Senator Michael Rodrigues
Moderator John Oliveiri
Our Panel with Valerie
Valerie delivering Welcoming attendees
Middleboro Gas & Electric Department and Rep Susan Gifford
Senator Rodrigues, Senator Pacheco, Valerie Glynn, Willy Duphily, John Olivieri, Rich Dooley
Kevin Glynn-Jack Conway, Lorraine Carboni-Town of Lakeville, Nathan Demers-Town of Middleboro, Ima Gilmore, Carol Bulman, Denis Lila-Jack Conway Laurie Driscoll & Sue Murray-SEED
Linda Corey North Easton Savings Bank, Tom Menchi-Check Collision, Luisa Rochester and Nancy Wordell St. Anne's Credit Union Kristen Barrows, Phil Cordero, Tom Talbot and Becky Turbessi-First Citizens Federal Credit Union
Mechanics Cooperative Bank
Pat Gaughan, Jillian Back, Ed Petras, Anthony Medeiros, David Correira, Jasmine Vacca, Josh Houghton
Melissa Denzler, Jenny Fialho Taunton Federal Credit Union, Talbots: Stephanie Bruno, Thomas Lee with Valerie
Morton Hospital's Krystal Hilton & Jennifer Robbins with Julie Ochs, Laer Realty (our Legislative Lunch awesome volunteer)
NerdsToGo John Danahey & Chris MacGibbon, Old Colony Elder Services: Jordan Stocker, MCCAM, Selectman Arthur Battistini, Janis Akerstrom, Middleboro OED, Jay Pataekos, Mass Development
#gogiver Joanna Sayce
Joanna Sayce and friend volunteered before Thanksgiving at the Sacred Heart Food Pantry handing out hundreds of packages to local families. A true testament to our We Care and being a Go Giver, Joanna, a Chamber Ambassador, represents ServiceMaster South Shore.
Welcome New Members
Allstate -
The Grande Agency

The Presti Group

Real Estate
Tropical Llama-Raynham

Spanish/Dominican Food
Thank you to Rich Dooley, Signarama Raynham for the referral!

Cranberry Country Chamber

"Where everybody knows your name"

Governor Baker has announced that effective May 29, 2021, the State has removed all business restrictions related to COVID-19 following guidance from the CDC. The Cranberry Country Chamber of Commerce will continue to follow these guidelines effective June 1, 2021, for our office and for in-person events held offsite.

Fully vaccinated individuals will no longer be required to wear masks when visiting our office, however, for the safety and comfort of our staff, it is strongly recommended that unvaccinated individuals (as well as those who prefer to do so) continue to wear a mask upon entering our office and/or when attending all in person functions we hold.
#chamberstrong #cheerschamber
#mylocalma #letsgoout