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Dear Woburn Chamber of Commerce Member,

I am writing you on behalf of the Woburn Kiwanis Club and some of our upcoming events.  Woburn Kiwanis is made up mostly of business owners who work or live in Woburn.  We give time and money in order to donate to the youth of Woburn, surrounding communities and lastly to Kiwanis International that runs program for the youth of the world.  A few examples of who we serve are the Woburn Boys and Girls Club, Woburn High School and Northeast Regional High School scholarship funds, Woburn Council of Social Concern, Hospice Care, Kiwanis Pediatric Trauma Institute (KPTI) at the New England Medical Center, Woburn H.S. Academic Awards Banquet and our own Terrific Kid Program, Best Buddies, The Builders Club and the Key Club.  We have sponsored many local sports teams and have donated to specific requests based on need.

Two events you could help with are Flag Day and our annual Golf Tournament.

This year, as in the past, we will be publishing a supplement to the Woburn Daily Times that will run a few days prior to the event.  While we realize that many businesses may be feeling the pinch financially, we are hopeful that you will purchase an ad, which will help the local charities named above and provide great exposure for your business.

                        Please send you donation and business card or other ad copy by June 7, 2018 to:

Woburn Kiwanis PO Box 521 Woburn MA 01801-0521
or email the information to AttySalvati@comcast.net and we will be happy to pick up the donation.

Here is a breakdown of the different size adds and the cost.

  • Full Page Ad $500
  • ½ Page Ad $250
  • Quarter Page Ad $150
  • Business Card $100

Please include the following information with your ad submission:

Your Company’s Name, Contact Name, Address, Phone Number, E-Mail Address, and Type of business.
Also include any additional text for the ad.

Please contact Rich Mahoney Jr 617-216-7713 to discuss details

Golf Tournament on 7/27 at the Woburn Country Club. There are several ways to get involved: Submit a foursome or play as an individual.  Sponsor a Hole or you can Sponsor Breakfast, Lunch or dinner.

Here is a breakdown costs and benefits included.

  • Dinner Sponsor $2,000/2 foursomes with lunch and dinner signage on course and at dinner
  • Lunch $1,000 1 foursome with lunch and dinner signage on course and at lunch
  • Breakfast $ 500   1 twosome with breakfast and lunch signage on the course and at

Breakfast

  • Foursome $500    4 players morning or afternoon Flight
  • Individual Player $125    morning or afternoon flight
  • Hole Sponsor $100    Signage on one of the holes on the course

Please contact Rich Mahoney Jr 617-216-7713 to discuss details

 

You are always welcome to come to a meeting and see what we are all about.  We meet every Tuesday 7:00 PM at the American Legion Post 101 in West Woburn.  Call me Rich 617-216-7713 and let me know when you are coming!

Thank you for your support,

Rich Mahoney                            Jim Juliano                               Mark Salvati
Kiwanis President                       Flag Day Chairman                  Supplement Chairman

 

Tocci Building Corp is Hosting a Talent Show Fundraiser and You’re Invited!

Tocci’s own Marvin Lahoud recently made us aware of his efforts to welcome Syrian refugees into his corner of the world in Lebanon. His organization works with refugee families, and has a focus on helping those families with special needs.

When Marvin moved here, we asked how we could help, he told us the operating budget, the financials needed, and we decided to throw the best (and possibly weirdest) fundraiser ever you’ve ever seen, a company talent show. 100% of the proceeds will benefit Marvin’s church in Lebanon where it can do the most good.

Help the cause by joining us for our party! It’ll be a fun-filled night with food, drink, games and a talent show!

*Sturday, June 9th from 6:30 to 9:30 PM

*Feel free to bring your friends and family.

*Kids under 12 are $5 at the door

RSVP

I HOPE YOU’RE HUNGRY!

Get ready for the 1st annual Mac ‘n Cheese Bowl! We will have local restaurants competing for your vote with their best version of this yummy, rich and cheesy classic comfort food. We need your help to choose the fan favorite and give them the Big Cheese trophy which will be theirs to display and keep for the year! Enjoy games, prizes, DJ and cash bar all while supporting the North Suburban YMCA’s summer lunch program.

For more information about competing in the event, CLICK HERE

TICKETS

Tickets are: $10 Adults, $5 Children Under 12 and $25 for Families
April 26th from 6 to 8 pm
700 Unicorn Park Drive at the Courtyard Marriott

Competing restaurants include:

Dave & Busters, Polcari’s, Joe’s American Bar & Grill, Green’s Grille, Pizzamore Flatbread, Burton’s Grille, The Local, Roma’s Bakery, Uno’s Pizzeria, Jake n Joe’s, Roma’s Bakery, Tony C’s and the 99’s Restaurant

Many thanks to our sponsors:

 

 

Hockey Benefit for Families Displaced by Fire
A tragic fire recently displaced 60 families in Reading:

http://homenewshere.com/daily_times_chronicle/news/reading/article_293b5f88-47ba-11e7-8a55-d7110274f8f1.html

Reading Cooperative Bank is hosting a Funraiser to assist. On February 10th at 2 pm Reading Cooperative Bank staff, family & friends along with players from the Reading Fire Department will face off against the Bruins Alums in an effort to raise money for the Sanborn Street Schoolhouse Fire Fund. The game will take place at the Burbank Arena in Reading with a reception to follow.

Tickets are $10 for people 10 years of age and older with a family max of $40.

Tickets available at any RCB branch and at the door
For more information contact Shanna Cahalane, Director of Marketing
781.670.1546 or marketing@readingcoop.com

 

Sponsorship Opportunities

Annual Meeting Wrap Up
On December 6th the Woburn Chamber of Commerce held their Annual Meeting at the Crowne Plaza. The meeting included a panel discussion on the new Marijuana legislation and it’s potential impact on the city and businesses. Participating in the panel were Adam Hamel from McLane Middleton, Mayor Scott Galvin, Police Chief Robert Ferullo, and Substance Abuse Coordinator Richard Jolly. It was an interesting and lively discussion. We deeply appreciate all of our panel members for taking the time to participate and add their voice to the discussion.

Humanitarian Award

Every year at our Annual Meeting we award a member with the Humanitarian Award. This member may be a business that consistently steps up to support charitable causes or someone who has gone to extraordinary lengths to be generous through the course of the year. This year we chose to honor John Casey of Locks and Keys. John is someone who qualifies as a Humanitarian for many reasons as he quietly and unceremoniously contributes in many ways to those in need. This past year, however John’s generosity was recognized by many in the community. After the downtown fire that destroyed several Main Street businesses, John reached out to P&M Locksmiths to offer his own space and equipment until they were able to find a new space. Thank you John Casey for being an example of Humanitarianism for all of us in 2016.

The award was presented by State Representative James Dwyer and City Council President Richard Haggerty.

Holiday Celebration

Following the formalities of the Annual Meeting, our Holiday Celebration kicked off at Scoreboards. We were treated to a delicious meal which included a pasta station and a carving station. It was wonderful to have time to catch up with everyone and to meet new members. Our membership grew steadily throughout 2016 and it is great to see our more seasoned members welcoming the newer ones into the association. Our New Member Spotlights are a fun way to introduce new people and businesses to the association. Please watch your email for these spotlights and you will have something to talk about when you meet our new members at events.

Silent Auction for The Council of Social Concern

A silent auction was held to benefit the Council of Social Concern as part of our Holiday Celebration. The Woburn Chamber of Commerce is committed to helping businesses find ways to give back to the Woburn community. Our members make a positive impact by continuously stepping up to support Woburn charities, scholarships, sports teams and community events. The Council of Social Concern provides much needed services to those most in need in the Woburn. Our silent auction raised over $2,500.00 this year. Thanks to all of those who gave so generously!

We send a great Thank You to all of our donors:

Boston Appliance
Crowne Plaza Boston/Woburn
Get In Shape For Women
Fitzgerald Tile
Drains By James
Dance Studio 665
Residence Inn by Marriott
Courtyard Woburn
Hilton Hotels & Restaurants
Boston’s Best Coffee
Burke Distributors
Woburn Bowladrome
Budweiser
Holiday Inn Express
Martignetti Companies
Micros Northeast
Champion Cleaners
Connoisseurs Products Corp.
Dave & Busters
Dunkin Donuts (RVN Corp.)
Advantage Sports Medicine
Team Logic IT
K&N Oil Service
Marketing Advisory Network
Patriot Financial group
Taste of Brazil
The Great Mandarin
Waxy O’Connors Irish Pub
Atlantic Plywood
Colorworks Paint & Ace Hardware, Inc.

Our Annual Holiday Celebration will be held on December 6th at the Crowne Plaza starting at 5:30 pm. Please join us and help to celebrate 2016. As part of the festivities we will be holding a silent auction to benefit the Council of Social Concern The stalwart Woburn charity does much good for Woburn and surrounding communities. Please help us raise much needed funds for the upcoming year.

Some of our auction items include:

  • Easter Brunch for 10 at the Crowne Plaza valued at $400.00
  • A private dance lesson at Studio 665 with tickets to the Dance Showcase valued at $230.00
  • 50″ Samsung smart t.v. valued at $899.00

Plus much, much more!

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Our_Annual_Meeting_Honors_2016

Our Annual Meeting is more than a time to take care of Association business. It is a time to celebrate and honor some of the best parts of the year. Included in that is our yearly surprise of our recipient of the Humanitarian Award. The Business of the Year Award is given to a business who has had an exceptional year based upon growth, community involvement or other substantial developments. The business climate of the upcoming year is addressed and this year the conversation will surround the passage of the new Marijuana Legislation. Specifically we will examine how it will impact business. The evening will begin at 5:30 pm on December 6th at the Crowne Plaza.

Holiday_Celebration
Our Holiday Celebration is graciously being planned by Catherine Stevens and her team at the Crowne Plaza/Scoreboards. We will enjoy delicious passed hor d’ouerves, a carving station as well as a pasta station. While we wine and dine we can browse the items up for auction to benefit the Council of Social Concern. Our members have generously donated a huge variety of items and with 100% of the proceeds going to the Council, you can shop and do good at the same time!

2016 has been a year of great growth and excitement at the Woburn Chamber of Commerce. Please come and help us celebrate our success and move forward into 2017 with great hope and faith that more is on the horizon.

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The annual book sale fundraiser for the Friends of the Woburn Library will be on June 4th (from 10 am to 4 pm) and 5th (from 1 to 3 pm) at Spence Farm on Wyman Street. Take advantage of this fun way to stock your shelves with some great reads for the summer and support the library as they begin their long awaited renovations.

The library has tons of great stuff going on all the time. Find out more HERE

The Friends of the Library have been instrumental in fundraising and supporting the upcoming addition/renovation of the library. Find out more about upcoming events and how to support them HERE