The Reading-North Reading Chamber of Commerce gives the award "to Chamber member businesses that support the Chamber and the community throughout the year through events, sponsorships, and volunteerism."
“The Chamber Board of Directors is pleased to honor our member businesses that have made a substantial commitment to the Chamber and a positive influence on the community,” said Chamber President Lisa DeLeo.
The Chamber Community Partner Program Award winners for 2013 are: Salon Muffie, Cooling Unlimited, Inc., Bark n' Roll Canine Care, Aine's Boutique, Axle Color Studio, Em-belle-ish, Burbank YMCA, Douglass Edgerley & Bessom Funeral Home, Kathi A. Spurr CFP, Salon 77, Reading Gymnastics Academy, The Jewelry Vault, Bertucci's, Horseshoe Grille/Hillview Country Club, Reading Municipal Light Department, Reading Co-operative Bank, The Savings Bank, Law Office of William F. Crowley, and John Murphy.
For further information or to become a member visit the Chamber website www.readingnreadingchamber.org or call Executive Director Janet Wolbrom at 978-664-5060.
Photo cutline: Reading-North Reading Chamber of Commerce Past President Gino Molettieri (standing far right) recognized local businesses and presented them with Community Partner Awards at the Chamber Annual Meeting on Jan. 30 at Teresa’s Prime in North Reading. Making her debut as President at the Annual Meeting is Lisa DeLeo of Lumina Salon (seated front row far left) Recipients of the Reading-North Reading Chamber Community Partner Award are: seated to the left of DeLeo (l-r) Coleen O’Brien (Reading Municipal Light Department), Christine Fisher (Burbank YMCA), Leslie McGonagle (Reading Gymnastics Academy), Francine Coughlin (Bark n’ Roll Canine Care), and Denise Benard (Salon Muffie); Standing (l-r) William Crowley (Law Office of William F. Crowley), John Douglass (Douglass, Edgerley & Bessom Funeral Home), Pat Lee (Horseshoe Grille & Hillview Country Club), John Murphy (formerly of Reading Co-operative Bank), Adam Winn (Reading Co-operative Bank), and Kathi Spurr (Kathi A. Spurr CFP) and Gino Molettieri (Baystate Financial Services).