The Woburn Chamber of Commerce is proud to support our community. Every year our golf tournaments help raise funds for our scholarships and for donations to local organizations.

Applications are being accepted until June 30, 2022 for our annual scholarship. If you are an employee of a member business or the child of a WCC member, you are eligible and encouraged to apply. Apply online, click here for application.

The Woburn Chamber of Commerce is proud to support our community. Every year our golf tournaments help raise funds for our scholarships and for donations such as this one to the James L McKeown Boys & Girls Club of Woburn.

The Woburn Chamber of Commerce is proud to award Mike Rose and Chick-Fil-A as business of the month. Mike consistently gives back to the community in many ways and has been a great addition to the Woburn gastronomical landscape.

Shown here is Mike Rose with WCC Executive Director, Chris Kisiel. Thanks for all you do in the community. Congratulations!

We recently held our Annual Celebration at the Crowne Plaza Boston/Woburn. This is our biggest event of the year and a time to celebrate many in our community.

Our Business of the Year Award went to Clear View Eye Associates. Our Humanitarian Award was presented to Dean Solomon for his work with the Council of Social Concern.

It was also a time of succession as Tyler Gates’ term as Board President ended and Electra Govoni stepped into the position. We are grateful to Tyler for all of his time and dedication to the Chamber and look forward to Electra’s leadership.

The Woburn Chamber of Commerce announces its August Business of the Month. Belmont Printing is a family owned business that takes pride in “making you look good on paper.” They have been in the industry for over 55 years, and they know great printing!

Shown here is Brian Grace with WCC Executive Director, Chris Kisiel. Thanks for all you do in the community. Belmont Printing. Congratulations!

The WCC gave away two $500 scholarships from proceeds from their spring golf tournament. Shown here is Jenna Casey who received one of the awards (missing from photo Shaina Zaslow, the other recipient). Golf committee members Paul Moriarty, Moriarty Finances, Nick Giokas, from ACP cleaning services, Lejla Rovcanin, from Peoples Bank and Chris Kisiel, ED of the Woburn Chamber. Shown behind Jenna is her dad, John Casey, owner of Locks and Keys/Accurate Glass. Members, employees and children of employees of chamber members are eligible. Congrats Jenna and Shaina. Our next golf tournament is September 27th. Proceeds to go to local charities. Sign up now.

The Woburn Chamber of Commerce congratulates Larry Rideout & GIbson Sotheby’s for being named the WCC’s Business of the Month.

Larry Rideout, owner of Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty has been very generous to the Woburn Chamber of Commerce and is very involved with local groups including the Lions Club and the Woburn Public Library. 

“Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty is Eastern Massachusetts’ premier real estate brokerage firm—and an affiliate in the Sotheby’s International Realty network, the leading real estate brand spanning key markets all over the world. As one of the most influential Sotheby’s International Realty affiliates, we offer a world of advantages to buyers and sellers—including a heritage of hyperlocal expertise, a reputation for delivering white-glove service, exclusive media partnerships, global marketing reach, and access to a worldwide referral network consisting of approximately 1,000 offices in 75 countries and territories. We offer 24 offices and more than 400 sales associates throughout Boston, Greater Boston, the North Shore, the South Shore, and Cape Cod.” (Read more)

In photo: (from left to right) Woburn Mayor Scott Galvin, Gibson Sotheby’s owner Larry Rideout, and WCC Executive Director Chris Kisiel.

The Woburn Chamber of Commerce has a reputation for hosting highly valuable networking events. In recent months, our multi-chamber mixers have been hugely popular. Our July mixer with the Wilmington-Tewksbury and the Reading-North Reading Chambers was held on 7/27 at Biltmore & Main. Everyone was happy to be together and network in person!

Our next event will be held on August 17th at the 110 Grill on Washington Street in Woburn. You can register here.

WCC Members and Guests enjoyed a beautiful day on May 24th at the Merrimack Valley Golf Club for our 5th annual golf tournament. Here are a few of our favorite photos from the day!

Thank You Sponsors

Our list of amazing sponsors is long and we appreciate them all! Our spring golf tournament supports the important work of the Chamber, it also funds the WCC Scholarship.

Tournament Sponsors: $2300 Colonial Cadillac Eagle Sponsor, $1200 Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty Bag Sponsor, $500Excel Orthopedics Breakfast/Lunch Sponsor, $400 Northern Bank Table Sponsor, $300 Salem Five Breakfast Sponsor, $250 Barry Koslow – Secure Benefits NorthEast, LLC Lunch Sponsor, $250 Lennon Insurance

Tee Box Sponsors: Jackson Lumber and Millwork, Stoneham Bank, Larry Rideout Gibson Sothebys, Clear View Eye, Patriot Financial, Common Trust Federal Credit Union, Mascon Inc., Dole and Bailey, Brown and Brown Insurance of MA, LLC, Risman Insurance, Dr. April Kosinski, D.C Grasshopper Chiropractic, JCW Countertops, All Owners Drains, Rockland Trust, Waltham- Peter Donovan, Goddard and Sons Insurance, Salem Five Bank, Hillside Florist, Paris Paramedical, Salem Five Insurance, Joe Tarby- Rubin and Rudman, LLP Nardone Electric, Corp. Comprehensive Benefit Administrator, ConnectPay Payroll Services, Rockland Trust Woburn, The Supporting Strategies128, Hair Saloon Burlington, Get College Going, Physical Therapy of Woburn, Impress Graphics, Council of Social Concern, Electra Govoni – TAB (The Alternative Board), Tocci Building Corp., The Computer Store Inc, Monteforte Law, P.C.Kenneth Freed & Company, Daily Times Chronicle, Tasher Studio of Photography, Belmont Printing, Bel Realty, MacGee Law, LLC Patriot Community Bank, Tighe Logistics Group, Martignetti RE, Experimax, East Boston Savings Bank, Riemer and Braunstein LLC, New Fed Mortgage, R.W. Holmes Commercial RE, Superior Contracting Services, Moriarty Financial, Theresa Failla- Baystate Financial

Cart Sponsors: Tyler Gates – Fidelity Investments, Patriot Financial, Physical Therapy of Woburn, Reading Cooperative Bank, Cinch IT, Kenneth Freed & Company

Annual Sponsors:

Cummings Properties $8700

$5000 Level: Woburn Village, UltraGenyx Pharmaceutical

$3000 Level: ACP Facility Services, Team Logic IT, Drains By James, Beth Israel Lahey Health Winchester Hospital, Stirling BrandWorks

$2000 Level: Belmont Printing, Winchester Coop Bank, Kenneth Freed and Company, Stoneham Bank, Common Trust Federal Credit Union

$1000 Level: Salem Five Bank/Insurance

If you’d like to join and/or become a sponsor of the Woburn Chamber of Commerce, please reach out to Executive Director Chris Kisiel at 781-935-0345 or

The Woburn Chamber of Commerce announces its June Business of the Month. Family Dinner located on New Boston Street. They are a local farmer’s market delivery service. Each week they source local meat, fish, produce and grains and deliver right to their customers doors anywhere in the 495 belt. They are a 100% woman owned business and proud to be based in Woburn.

Each month they donate over $3,000 in product to local food banks to help address food insecurity in the communities. They are honored to partner with the Greater Boston Food Bank, the Chelsea Collaborative and the Woburn Food Pantry in this effort. Shown here is Erin Baumgartner, owner of Family Dinner with Chris Kisiel, Executive Director of the Woburn Chamber of Commerce.

Featured in the Boston Globe

By Tanya Edwards, published May 13, 2019

“Food people and busy people — or, in all likeliness, both — have all probably dabbled in meal delivery services like Blue Apron, Sun Basket, Needham-based Purple Carrot, or a CSA share.

“Family Dinner, a food delivery service founded in 2017, mixes the best of both. You sign up online for the share size that is right for your family, or you can pick and choose from a selection of farm fresh and seasonal meats, fish, dairy, and locally produced vegan options. They e-mail you recipe ideas when your order is on the way, and it’s hand-delivered in a reusable bag that you give back the next time you order. Almost everything is wrapped in paper. It’s that simple.”