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Welcome to February's Crossroads Events!
In this issue, we preview our Annual Meeting on February 28th at Southbridge Hotel & Conference Center which will feature guest speakers from the Electric Vehicle Discovery Center currently under construction in Sturbridge. Tomorrow night, we invite you to support the United Way of South Central Mass at a Guest Bartender Night at Enrico’s Brick Oven Pizzeria. Our very own Alix will be showcasing her skills while competing for tips at this unique and lively event. You can see all the bartender pairings and more in the Events section below. You'll also find the latest news, our newest Members, and more cool upcoming local events in CROSSROADS today!

CROSSROADS is our Members' platform to share their latest news with over 1,000 fellow Chamber Members and subscribers in our community. Thank you for entering your 2023 offerings on our NEW Events calendar and emailing us your press releases, links and photos for inclusion in CROSSROADS.
We are back working in the office as of Tuesday, February 14th.
OPEN Monday through Friday from 9:00am to 5:00pm.
No appointment is necessary. Give us a ring at 508-347-2761 to be sure we are here.
The office will be CLOSED ON PRESIDENT'S DAY, Monday, February 20.
FEBRUARY 28, 2023 11:30pm to 2:00pm

Michael Frisbie and Dav Cvitkovic
Electric Vehicle Discovery Center (EVDC)
You are cordially invited to attend as The Chamber of Central Mass South holds its Annual Meeting on Tuesday, February 28, 2023 from 11:30am – 1:30pm in the Crystal Ballroom at Southbridge Hotel & Conference Center, 14 Mechanic Street, Southbridge.

We hope you will join us as we welcome Michael Frisbie and Dav Cvitkovic, partners in spearheading the development of the Electric Vehicle Discovery Center (EVDC) coming to Sturbridge, MA next year. READ THE FULL BIOS OF OUR GUEST SPEAKERS ON THE CHAMBER EVENT POST HERE.
The EVDC is a first of its kind facility in the US aimed at increasing consumer and commercial acceptance of EVs in a one-stop-shop, non-sales, learning environment. The project, supported by the Mass Clean Energy Center ACT4ALL initiative, will be a key driver in reaching the State's goal of 1 million EVs on the road by 2030 and closing the equity gap in EV ownership. With over 40,000 visitors expected each year, the EVDC will also stimulate economic growth in the region.

Attendees will also hear remarks from CMS Chamber Board of Directors Chair Cynthia Saucier, receive an overview of last year and upcoming highlights from CMS Chamber Executive Director Alexandra McNitt, and enjoy a three course plated lunch.

11:30  Registration and Networking
Noon   Welcome & Lunch, Cindy Saucier, Chair of the Board
12:30  Chamber Update, Alexandra McNitt, Executive Director
12:45   Introduction of Michael Frisbie and Dav Cvitkovic
from the Electric Vehicle Discovery Center
1:15   Q&A
1:30   Adjourn

Three Course Plated Lunch

Mixed Field Greens, Raspberries, Candied Walnuts, Caprino Cheese Croutons with a Citrus Poppy Seed Dressing
Apricot and Brie Stuffed Chicken

Vegetarian – Spaghetti Squash with a Vegetable Ragu 

Spring Vegetable Medley

Red Roasted Potatoes

Triple Chocolate Cake

The cost to attend is $39 per person for Chamber Members
($375 for a table of 10) or $45 per person for non-Members.

Please RSVP by phone or email by February 24.
Let us know if you prefer the Vegetarian meal option when you reserve.

Chamber of Central Mass South
Get Great Exposure for Your Business! 
Sponsor an upcoming Chamber event!

Our Promotions Committee is hard at work planning the schedule of Chamber happenings including 2023 FUN at FIVE networking events. We are actively seeking businesses that would be interested in sponsoring these events.

Our event sponsors are given positive exposure and enthusiastic crowds that are eager to share the good word about your business with their friends, neighbors and business contacts!

If your company would be interested in being a sponsor for these upcoming events, or would like more information about sponsorship, please contact Alix at 508-347-2761 or email [email protected].
New Chamber & Tourism Websites!

Members, create your profile on the new Chamber website: Login to the "members only" Info Hub to create your Account. Click the Member Login button at the top of the home page to get started. Your email address must be in our new system for you to be instantly approved. If it is not, give us a ring or email and we can add your email address from our end.

Once you have joined, you will be able access vital resources, advertise your upcoming events, post any Hot Deals you may be offering, register for Chamber events, post Member 2 Member discounts, pay invoices, even create Job Postings to recruit new employees!

Also, take a peek at, the new tourism site for visitors to our area. If you post your event to the Chamber calendar and it is tourism related, we will feature it on the Sturbridge Townships page, too!

We look forward to your feedback!
If you run into technical issues or questions, don't hesitate to drop us an email or call 508-347-2761.
Marketing Series
Be Visible, Stay Visible: 
2023 Marketing For Members Only Packages 
The Chamber's Marketing For Members Only packages for 2023 are available to be reserved! These packages include low cost advertising opportunities using all the Chamber's channels. 
Crossroads NEWS and EVENTS ads
Chamber Website banner ads
Dedicated Email blasts
Featured Member Spotlight in the Chamber Corner of Southbridge News
Tourism Sector: Home Page Banner ads on The Sturbridge Townships
Whether you need a comprehensive package or a few dedicated E-blasts throughout the year,
the Chamber's Marketing For Members Only program enhances and amplifies your message and offerings.
Contact us with any questions or to get started.
Would you be interested in serving on the Chamber's Board of Directors?
We are currently accepting letters of interest from Members in good standing who would be interested in serving on the Chamber's Board of Directors.
Service on the Board is typically a three-year term though we do have four vacancies with a shorter commitment. This is an excellent opportunity for members to build leadership skills in their employees.
The Chamber's Board of Directors is responsible for the Chamber's governance, ensuring its financial stability, setting policies, and assisting the Chamber in carrying out its mission and objectives.
Board members must regularly attend and actively participate in scheduled Board meetings, hold a seat on at least one Chamber committee, demonstrate public support for the Chamber, volunteer and assist in recruiting new Members, act as ambassadors and advocates, and lend their expertise in support of the Chamber's mission and objectives.
If you would like to serve, please send a letter of interest to Alix.
Mailing Address:
Alexandra McNitt
Chamber of Central Mass South
46 Hall Road
Sturbridge, MA 01566
email Alix at: [email protected]
Feel free to call if you have further questions. 508-347-2761.


Free no obligation Moisture inspection, If we find that you have an interior moisture issue due to failing plumbing we can assist you with our Water Damage Restoration services and even bill your property insurance carrier.
Please Call 413-213-3980

Click on the M2M logo to view all the M2M deals!
Log in to the Chamber website to add your NEW Member2Member Discount for 2023!
Welcome, New Chamber Members!

We are very pleased to welcome our newest Members to the Chamber of Central Mass South!

Pioneer Valley Environmental
Pioneer Valley Environmental has been offering quality residential plumbing, heating and air conditioning
services to the Quaboag Valley area since 1999.
1 East Main Street, Ware, MA 01082

Visit online or call for more info:
 Emergency Services Available 24/7 413-315-4089

Deep Roots Distillery USA
At Deep Roots Distillery, you'll see the difference from the moment you step up to our bar.
We're a small business with family ideals that pairs local ingredients to make the perfect marriage of flavors.
Visit online for upcoming events and current offerings!

Sturbridge Marketplace, 559 Main Street, Unit 209, Sturbridge, MA 01518
APPLY TODAY! 2023 CMS Chamber Scholarships
Deadline for Applications is April 1.

The Chamber of Central Mass South typically awards three $1000 scholarships and makes charitable contributions on behalf of the business community to roughly a dozen local non-profits each year. Scholarships are disbursed directly to the student upon presentation of grades from their first semester completed after the award is announced and a minimum 3.0 GPA attained.

Students must be a resident or student within the towns served by the Chamber of Central Mass South. (Southbridge, Sturbridge, Charlton, Spencer, the Brookfields, Warren, Wales, Holland and Brimfield.) For more information call 508-347-2761.

The Chamber does not discriminate against an applicant because of race, color, sex/gender, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, or homelessness.

Please return the completed application, transcript, recommendations and student essay by April 1, 2023 to:
Scholarship Committee
Chamber of Central Mass South
46 Hall Road
Sturbridge, MA, 01566

Enjoy! Central Mass South 2023
The Chamber's Directory & Regional Guide is hot off the presses.

The guide is a comprehensive Member directory designed to help residents and visitors navigate our area's resources. We will be distributing copies to our local town halls and libraries this month.

Would you like some copies to distribute to the public at your place of business?

Just drop an email to Alix and we will bring copies to you at your convenience! Thank you!
Country Bank Supports its Communities with 2022
Donations and Sponsorships exceeding 1.3 million dollars
From left to right: Ben Leonard, Ryan Nauman and Sam Pursey from Country Bank, Revitalize Community Development Corporation President & CEO Colleen Shanley-Loveless and Director of #GreeNFit Program Ethel Griffin, Jodie Gerulaitis and Sarah Yurkunas from Country Bank.
February 3, 2022 – Country Bank, a full-service financial institution serving Central and Western Massachusetts, proudly reported donations and sponsorships for 2022, totaling more than 1.3 million dollars. The bank's philanthropic efforts supported local non-profits throughout its communities; more than 350 organizations received grants in 2022. In addition, the bank's team members volunteered 1,091 hours of service, and 64 team members served on 33 non-profit boards and committees throughout the region.

Recognizing the importance and overwhelming need to help organizations that address hunger - in addition to the 1-million-dollar five-year pledge Country Bank made back in 2021 to The Worcester County Food Bank and The Food Bank of Western Mass, Country Bank provided an additional $100,000 in donations to food programs throughout the region.

Other organizations receiving generous donations included: Behavioral Health Network, The Hanover Theater, Quaboag Valley Community Development Corporation, Revitalize Community Development Corporation, Springfield Rescue Mission, The Children's Trust, Juniper Outreach, United Way of Central Massachusetts, Ronald McDonald House, and YWCA.

During its annual "Season of Difference” Campaign, Country Bank supported more than 1,000 local individuals with gifts of toys, blankets, hats, and other essential items for those in nursing homes, shelters, local YMCAs, and Boys and Girls clubs.

"As a community partner, we care deeply about the sustainability of our communities. We are honored to support many organizations through donations and volunteerism to help them with their work. Supporting and enriching our communities is not only a part of our mission; it's who we are as an organization, and we know that it makes a difference for so many," stated Paul Scully, President and CEO of Country Bank.

About Country Bank
Country Bank is one of the most highly capitalized mutual savings banks in the Commonwealth offering full-service consumer and commercial banking services. Country Bank serves Central and Western Massachusetts with 14 offices in Ware, Palmer, West Brookfield, Brimfield, Belchertown, Wilbraham, Ludlow, Leicester, Paxton, Charlton, Springfield and Worcester. Country Bank is a member of FDIC, DIF and the SUM network. Country Bank can be reached at 800-322-8233 or online at
Second Chance Celebrates National Pet Dental Health Month with Dental Discounts
Nonprofit Highlights the Importance of Pet Dental Health

NORTH BROOKFIELD, MA (February 3, 2023) – February is National Pet Dental Health Month and Second Chance Animal Services is reminding pet owners to check their pet’s teeth. Like in humans, dental health plays an important role in the overall health of pets. Dental issues can greatly affect a pet’s quality of life which is why Second Chance is once again offering a discount on dental procedures this month

Second Chance Medical Director Dr. Ashley Raymond points out that “by their second birthday, 80% of dogs and 70% of cats have some form of periodontal disease. If you notice your pet’s breath is not so fresh, this may be the first sign.” Dr. Raymond recommends discussing your pet’s oral health with your veterinarian.

Brushing is an important part of maintaining good dental health and veterinarians recommend starting early so pets are accustomed to getting their teeth brushed. Dental treats can help to combat tartar, but pet owners should follow the suggested serving size. “Too much of a good thing can be bad when it comes to any treat, even dental treats.”

Pet owners who schedule a dental cleaning for their pet during the month of February will receive a 10% discount off the dental procedure. Spots fill up fast, so pet owners are encouraged to make an appointment soon to get their furry friend’s teeth cleaned. Second Chance operates full-service veterinary hospitals in North Brookfield, Southbridge, Springfield, and Worcester. For more information or to schedule an appointment, visit

PHOTO: Dental surgery suite at Second Chance's Southbridge Community Veterinary Hospital 

About Second Chance Animal Services:
Second Chance Animal Services is a nonprofit animal welfare organization founded in 1999. Second Chance began as an animal shelter and grew to help more pets in need. Today Second Chance operates Community Veterinary Hospitals in North Brookfield, Southbridge, Springfield, and Worcester providing access to the highest-quality veterinary care for all. Subsidized rates are provided to underserved communities to ensure access to care for all pets in need. Second Chance helps over 40,000 pets a year through full-service veterinary care, spay/neuter services, adoption services, community & educational outreach programs, training, and a pet food pantry. For more information, visit Second Chance’s website at
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Central Massachusetts Regional Planning Commission: Take the CEDS Survey

The Central Massachusetts Regional Planning Commission is updating the Southern Worcester County Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS). The CEDS is a document that will guide the region's economic development strategy for the next five years. Please take a few moments to complete the CEDS survey:

Your input through this survey is critical for creating an effective CEDS. You will be asked to reflect on multiple topics related to economic development, including education, workforce development, employment, municipal capacity and support, agriculture, transportation, and tourism and recreation. This CEDS is an important opportunity to enhance economic development capacity, strengthen economic resiliency, and make our region a better place to live and work for all. Thank you for your participation.
Antiques Roadshow is coming to Old Sturbridge Village on June 13!

Learn more and enter to win a pair of free tickets now:

(Must enter by March 13, 2023 at 11:59pm PT; must be 18; void where prohibited. See full rules:
Literacy Volunteers of South Central Massachusetts
is Seeking Board Members

Literacy Volunteers of South Central Massachusetts (LVSCM) is actively seeking community members interested in serving on our Board of Directors.
Board members are our community advocates and ambassadors. They lend their expertise to help carry out the mission and objectives of LVSCM and to ensure financial stability. We are especially in search of candidates with expertise in fundraising, communications, community leadership and social and human services, but welcome all interested applicants. 
For more information or to request a Board Member Job Description, please contact our Executive Director Emily Farrell at [email protected] or by phone at (508) 765-3880.
bankHometown Donates $22,000 to United Way

OXFORD, MASSACHUSETTS, February 14, 2023 – bankHometown and its employees recently made donations totaling more than $22,000 to three United Way organizations in Central Massachusetts.

Employees pledged more than $19,000 of their own funds in support of the bank’s United Way workplace campaign. Combined with the bank’s direct contribution, the campaign total of $22,485 will be divided among the United Way organizations of Central, North Central, and South Central Massachusetts as determined by the employees. The campaign provides employees with the opportunity to donate and direct funds, advocating for causes that are most important to them.

As a long-time contributor to the United Way, the bank and its employees have donated nearly $150,000 to United Way organizations in Central Massachusetts through the workplace campaign and donations to other United Way-related campaigns, events, and initiatives.

The United Way is a volunteer-driven organization that serves residents through its own programs and services as well as those of its partner agencies. The organization works to advance the common good by focusing on the building blocks for a good life – education, financial stability, health, and basic needs.

“United Way provides much-needed support to our friends and neighbors throughout Central Massachusetts,” said bankHometown President and CEO Robert J. Morton. “bankHometown and our employees are proud to support the organization in its mission to unlock the full potential of our communities.”
In the Photo
Pictured left to right are Timothy Garvin, president and CEO of the United Way of Central Massachusetts; Mary O’Coin, executive director of the United Way of South Central Massachusetts; Robert J. Morton, bankHometown president and CEO; Kory Eng, president and CEO of the United Way of North Central Massachusetts; and Tina Puzo, vice president and branch officer of the Auburn office of bankHometown and the bank’s workplace campaign coordinator.
About bankHometown
Founded in 1889, bankHometown is headquartered in Oxford, Massachusetts and has $1.3 billion in assets and 16 branches located throughout Central Massachusetts and northeast Connecticut. Through its sponsorship and charitable giving program, The Giving Tree, bankHometown and the Hometown Bank Community Foundation support non-profit organizations and causes throughout Worcester and Windham Counties. In 2021, The Giving Tree donated nearly $288,000 and over the last decade has donated more than $2.3 million. For more information, visit
The #1 Hispanic Newspaper in MA
The latest digital issue of Vocero Hispano is available on their website.
Reach the Hispanic Market directly with the #1 Statewide Hispanic Newspaper in Massachusetts. Email [email protected] to get started.
Guest Bartender Night at Enrico's to Benefit the United Way of South Central MA
"Live a Flourishing Life" in 2023!
The Healing Power of Forgiveness with Rita Schiano

When I was young, I was fond of saying, "If someone hurts me, I can forgive, but I'll never forget. "And I'd speak those words with a certain air of hubris, and an implied forewarning: "Don't mess with me. Revenge is a dish best served cold."

When I was young, I had no idea what forgiveness was truly about. Truth be told, I didn't have any real clue about true forgiveness until I was in my early 50s, when I began writing the story about my father.

Until that time, I didn't understand that my issues around trust, and intimacy, and honesty had little to do with the actions of the people in my life, and everything to do with my thoughts, beliefs and judgments about them, about myself, and about me in relation to them.

In the forgiveness work I have done, which began when writing the story about my father, to the practice of forgiveness I continue to do, what I have learned, what I know, is that forgiveness has brought me inner peace, has given me a broader perspective on life, and has made me a person capable of giving and receiving genuine love.

Forgiveness is a gift that we give to ourselves. And now, in this 90-minute LIVE! online program via Zoom, I will share all that I've learned with you, and offer strategies that will guide to you towards the healing power of forgiveness.

Investment: $59.95

  • Saturday, 2/18/23: 11:00 a.m.

Group Past Life Regression
Saturday, February 18th at 12:00pm

Limited seating. Pre-register and pre-pay for your spot!
Contact Deb at [email protected]

Location: 212 Main Street, Sturbridge, MA
French Canadian Weekend!
Rapscallion Pub Sturbridge
February 18 and 19, 11 AM – 8 PM

Join Rapscallion Pub for a French Canadian Weekend celebration! We will have French Canadian food specials, live music, Caribou Juice, a special French Canadian-style beer release, and lots of fun for the whole family! Photo opps with Bonhomme the Snowman!

February Vacation Week Discovery Adventures at OSV
Monday, February 20, 2023 - Friday, February 24, 2023

Discovery Adventures are immersive day programs that give kids a chance to step back in time and experience life in the 1830s at Old Sturbridge Village. Every session offers kids the opportunity to explore an aspect of 19th-century history and daily life. All programs include an afternoon snack, hands-on crafts, and the chance to learn something new while making lasting friends and memories.

3-Day and 5-Day programs are available. Pre-registration is required for Discovery Adventure Programs. Learn more online at the OSV website.

Gateway Players: Youth Theatre Workshops!

Gateway Players Theatre is offering a variety of workshops for youths ages 8-16 featuring theater skills for up-and-coming actors. These workshops will introduce the concepts of improv, the art of physical comedy, character development, audition skills, memorization strategies and other general acting techniques.

Cost per workshop is $10 when paid in advance by mailing a check to Gateway Players PO Box 171 Southbridge or by Venmo to @lou-ellen-corkum. If paying at the door (space available) the cost will be $15.

Workshops will be held at: Elm Street Church 61 Elm St. Southbridge, Ma 01550
If you have any questions contact us at (508)764-4531 or [email protected]

Sunday, February 26, 2-4pm - Physical Comedy with Nicole Portwood

People are funny because of how they ACT. Make-up and costuming can enhance that, but some of the funniest people of the stage and screen never relied on that. In this class we will learn ways we can use our bodies to perform slapstick humor and do it safely! It's all about timing, reaction and selling it! Much of what you learn in this class can be used for dramatic roles as well! Wear comfortable clothes!
Tri-Community Exchange Club’s 12th Annual Chowder Fest 
February 26, 2023
Sturbridge Host Hotel, 366 Main Street, Sturbridge

Tickets are $10.00 before and $12.00 at the door
Choke-Save w/ Basic CPR Training
(M2M Card holders save 50%)
Friday, March 3, 2023 (9:00 AM - 11:00 AM) 
ColBro First Aid & Safety Training
Chamber Office, 46 Hall Road, Sturbridge

Designed to meet the requirements for food service personnel, the skills learned in this course are something that everyone should know. Specially design choke relief manikins are used to allow students to practice while getting a real sense of what it will be like to perform choke-save on a real person. Our CPR manikins have feed-back devices built in to help students learn the proper depth and rate to perform chest compressions.

The Monkeybar Mafia
March 3, 4, 10 and 11

Gateway Players Theatre of Southbridge presents “The Monkeybar Mafia” written by Ed Humphries. Performance dates are March 3, 4, 10 and 11 at 7:30pm and March 12 at 2:00pm.

All performances will be held at the Fellowship Hall of Elm Street Congregational Church, 61 Elm Street in Southbridge. Parking is available on Elm Street, or in the parking deck behind the Southbridge Town Hall.

This production will be directed by John Kennedy, and produced by Ed Humphries. The cast includes Kyle Hargrove, Megan Mayfield, Erin Simpson, Samantha Reynoso, Joliene Deskus, Ariana Kennedy, Stephen Jean, Jacob Senick, Patrick Bracken, and Mike Dupuis.

Tickets are $15 for adults and $13 for seniors and youth under 18. Tickets may be reserved by calling Gateway at 508-764-4531. Online credit card ticket sales will be available at a NEW online ticketing

Ryan Coulton spent his adult life as a corporate drone; a career that took him far away from his true passion; writing. When he finds himself ‘displaced’ – another victim of a crumbling economy – Ryan’s wife encourages him to clear his mind of the arduous daily job search by reconnecting with his kids. His daily trips to the playground bring him into the orbit of ‘The Monkeybar Mafia’ – a collection of Stay-at-Home Moms bound together by their shared love of friends, family and a good Cosmo. Ryan soon develops a close friendship with one Mom in particular; a woman who shares his ‘regret’ at having left true talent behind for other pastures. As the two inspire each other to rekindle sparks of their own creative passions; a scandal forms that threatens to derail Ryan’s journey. The Monkeybar Mafia is a humorous and poignant look at joblessness, restlessness and the paths we choose and those we leave behind as we travel this road of life.
You're invited to
Our Bright Future's 2nd Annual Gala Night
at Polar Park in Worcester, MA!
Date: March 11, 2023
Time: 5:30pm - 9:00pm
Location: Polar Park - 100 Madison Street, Worcester, MA 01608

Please visit the link to RSVP, BUY TICKETS, SPONSOR AND DONATE to our Gala Night!
RSVP by February 25, 2023

Special Guests
Worcester County Sheriff Lewis Evangelidis
State Representative Joseph D. McKenna


Volunteerism Award
WPI Phi Gamma Delta (Fiji) Students
Community Service Award
Webster Police Chief Michael Shaw
Inventive Award
Anthony Galgano (CEO of True Robotics, inc.)
Spotlight Award
Cornerstone Bank (Todd Tallman, Nicole Digregorio, Sarah Beachman,
and Sheri Bibinski)
Community Champion Award
Dexter-Russell, Inc. (Andrew Peppel and Alexandria Ming)

Community Impact Award
United Way of South Central MA (Mary O'Coin)

Community Pathway Award
Dr. Debora Jackson (Dean of WPI Business School)

March 16, 2023 at the Chamber office

On Thursday, March 16, 2023, Village Toastmasters will host an Open House from 6:30-8:15pm at the Chamber of Central Mass South office at 46 Hall Road in Sturbridge. We encourage guests to visit and learn how to improve their public speaking skills. Please join us at 6:30pm for refreshments and meet and greet followed by a Toastmasters meeting which will end at 8:15pm.

You may also visit us at
FIREPLACE FEASTS: 2023 Tickets Are Still Available
They make excellent birthday presents or excuses to spend time with your loved ones.
If calling for a reservation is your preference, we’re happy to accommodate! You can still purchase your tickets by calling us at 508-867-2345 during office hours Tuesday through Friday from 10 am to 2 pm.


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Executive Committee

Cynthia Saucier, Chair
Country Bank

Christina Hadis-Blackwell, First Vice Chair
The Center of Hope

Erika Travinski, Immediate Past Chair
The Center of Hope

Bruce Watkins, Treasurer
Karl Storz Endovision, Inc.

Board of Directors

Brad Arcoite
Table 3 Restaurant Group

Michael Checkosky
Cornerstone Bank

Alycia Dzik
Webster First Federal Credit Union

Rich Eichacker
Vibrance Technology Corp

Kelly Hibbard
Harrington Hospital

Emily Klamm
Old Sturbridge Village

Anthony Marini

Geraldo Maldonado
Quinsigamond Community College

Trevor Nielsen
Edward Jones

Michael Wales
Michael L. Wales Painting Company

Hadley Zabinsky
Paw Plaza

James Donahue
Old Sturbridge Village
Honorary Board Member

Padgett Berthiaume
Berthiaume & Berthiaume
46 Hall Road
Sturbridge, MA 01566
Alexandra McNitt
Executive Director
Jack Starkey
Communications & Media