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And welcome to Phase 2 of Massachusetts Reopening, with a twist. In this issue you will find the press release from the Baker Administration detailing the two steps of Phase 2. We are also thrilled to announce the Chamber of Central Mass South Scholarship recipients for 2020. Congratulations to these truly deserving young scholars and sincere thanks to our Members who make it possible for us to offer our annual scholarships!

The Chamber has made the difficult decision to cancel several of our annual events due to the pandemic, including our Summer Clambake, C-Mass Geofest and the Annual Harvest Festival in Sturbridge. We are very disappointed to not be able to offer these beloved events this year. We still hope to hold our Golf Classic in the fall.

On the brighter side, outdoor dining has returned to many of our Member restaurants. See who offers what below! We are also very excited to announce our Executive Director Alexandra McNitt will return from furlough on June 29.
Congratulations to our 2020 Scholarship recipients Anya Grondalski and Kendall Mullen! (pictured l-r)
Shepherd Hill Graduates Awarded 2020 CMS Chamber Scholarships
The Chamber of Central Mass South is incredibly pleased to announce the winners of the Chamber Scholarships for 2020. This year, scholarships in the amount of $1,000 will be awarded to two very deserving, local students upon successful completion of their first semester of college with a 3.0 GPA or higher.

“With the outbreak of the pandemic occurring only days before our application deadline, this was a very unusual year for our selection process,” said Chamber Executive Director Alexandra McNitt. “Our Scholarship Committee scrambled to make it all happen via Zoom. We had many applications from across our catchment. It is incredibly heartening to see so many talented young adults making valuable contributions to our communities. As our process unfolded, two students clearly set themselves apart as leaders with bright, bright futures ahead of them.”

This year’s $1000 scholarship recipients are Anya Grondalski and Kendall Mullen, both Class of 2020 graduates of Shepherd Hill Regional High School.

Anya Grondalski, of Charlton, is an exceptional student with a glowing school transcript, and an outstanding young citizen in our community. Anya not only excels in her academics; she is also highly active in many school activities. Anya has held prominent positions such as Shepherd Hill RamTV Producer and Editor, Member of the Shepherd Hill Principal’s Advisory Council, and a Member of the Dudley-Charlton Regional Superintendent’s Advisory Council. Anya is a talented and award-winning member of the Shepherd Hill Show Choir. She was also chosen as Charlton student delegate at the Massachusetts State Convention. Throughout her high school career, Anya has volunteered her time and efforts to give back to her community by serving on or with 14 organizations including: The Charlton Board of Selectman, The Charlton Library, Capen Hill Nature Sanctuary, The Charlton Old Home Day Committee, and The Overlook Masonic Health Center. Anya takes her love of hard news with her to college in the fall to pursue her studies in broadcast communications.

Kendall Mullen, also of Charlton, is an excellent student with an innate ability to engage in a supportive way with people of all ages. Kendall has maintained a high GPA while also being active in her school, church and community activities. A member of Student Council through all of her four years of high school, Kendall brings energy and enthusiasm to all of her endeavors. Her activities include being the captain of Shepherd Hill’s Show Choir, donating countless hours as a volunteer at St. Joseph’s Church in Charlton, and raising funds for and serving at Camp Sunshine, a non-profit organization in Casco, Maine for families of children with life-threatening diseases. Kendall excels at music and is a member of The Tri-M Music Honor Society, the international music honor society for middle and high school students. She is currently employed at Zoink’s Fun Factory in Oxford. With a true passion for serving those in need, Kendall will pursue her education towards a career in social work.

The Chamber and its members are truly gratified to be able to contribute to the ongoing education and success of these exceptional young scholars and offer them heartfelt congratulations and best wishes as they embark on their journeys into higher education. The Chamber of Central Mass South typically offers $1000 scholarships to local students each year. Monies are allocated from the Chamber’s Charities and Scholarship Fund which is supported by the annual ‘Your Chance to Be a Millionaire’ lottery scratch tickets raffle, the Chamber’s Annual Golf Classic and individual contributions from Chamber Members. Scholarship applications can be obtained at local high school guidance offices or online at the Chamber website. The annual deadline to apply is April 1.
Reopening Massachusetts: Baker-Polito Administration Initiates Transition
to Second Phase of Four-Phase Approach

BOSTON, JUNE 6, 2020 - The Baker-Polito Administration today announced that Phase II of the Commonwealth’s reopening plan will begin on June 8 th.

Businesses and sectors set to begin opening in Phase II are subject to compliance with all mandatory safety standards.
On May 18, the Administration  released a four-phased plan to reopen the economy based on public health data, spending at least three weeks in each phase. Key public health data, such as new cases and hospitalizations, has been closely monitored and seen a significant decline allowing for Phase II to begin on June 8 th.

The public health dashboard designating the progress of key COVID-19 data metrics has been updated to reflect the number of COVID-19 patients in Massachusetts hospitals to green, indicating a positive trend.

Since mid-April, the 7-day average for the positive COVID-19 test rate is down 82 percent, the 3-day average of hospitalized patients is down 55 percent, and the number of hospitals in surge is down 76 percent.

A total of 630,000 viral COVID-19 tests have been completed, and testing continues to increase throughout the state.

The following businesses will be eligible to reopen in Step One of Phase II on June 8, with contingencies:
  • Retail, with occupancy limits; 
  • Childcare facilities and day camps, with detailed guidance;
  • Restaurants, outdoor table service only;
  • Hotels and other lodgings, no events, functions or meetings;
  • Warehouses and distribution centers;
  • Personal services without close physical contact, such as home cleaning, photography, window washing, career coaching and education tutoring;
  • Post-secondary, higher education, vocational-tech and occupation schools for the purpose of completing graduation requirements; 
  • Youth and adult amateur sports, with detailed guidance;
  • Outdoor recreation facilities
  • Professional sports practices, no games or public admissions;
  • Non-athletic youth instructional classes in arts, education or life skills and in groups of less than 10;
  • Driving and flight schools 
  • Outdoor historical spaces, no functions, gatherings or guided tours; 
  • Funeral homes, with occupancy limits 

The following businesses will be eligible reopen in Step Two of Phase II at a later date to be determined:
  • Indoor table service at restaurants
  • Close-contact personal services, with restrictions, including:
  • Hair removal and replacement 
  • Nail care
  • Skin care 
  • Massage therapy
  • Makeup salons and makeup application services
  • Tanning salons
  • Tattoo, piercing and body art services
  • Personal training, with restrictions

Full list and safety protocols available at

The Baker-Polito Administration also released other sector specific guidance:

Health care providers may also incrementally resume in-person elective, non-urgent procedures and services, including routine office visits, dental visits and vision care subject to compliance with public health and safety standards. All other in-person medical, behavioral health, dental and vision services may also resume on June 8 th, except for elective cosmetic procedures and in-person day programs, which will be included in Phase III. Telehealth must continue to be utilized and prioritized to the greatest extent possible, whenever feasible and appropriate.

Limited reopening of visitation will also begin, and all visitation is subject to infection control protocol, social distancing and face coverings. Given the diversity of facilities and programs, there are specific timetables for visitation, and congregate care programs will be reaching out to families with specific details on scheduling visits.

The Chamber of Central Mass South encourages you to

Many of your favorite places are thrilled to be welcoming patrons back to dine with them!
They have been working hard to make your experience as safe and satisfying as possible.
Download and view this list of venues offering outdoor dining, takeout and delivery.
Since seating will be limited, reservations are recommended and required by some venues.
It is always a good idea to call ahead.

ELEVATING MEMBER EXPERIENCE: Southbridge Credit Union Announces New Main Branch Opening

Southbridge, MA — Southbridge Credit Union announces a new main branch opening. SCU’s main branch will now be located at 179 Main Street, Southbridge, MA. For many decades, the SCU main branch called 205 Main Street, Southbridge, MA home. The new branch opening signifies a transformation into a new chapter for SCU. The new building will provide more support to the growing membership community. Breaking away from the traditional floorplan of large lobbies and high ceilings, the new branch differentiates SCU with a practical modern design to better serve members.

“We are excited to offer this new beautiful location, reinforcing our commitment to the Town of Southbridge and to fostering positive member experiences,” said Kate Alexander, President and CEO. “The welcoming and open design of the new main branch will allow for more personable member interaction and human connection.”

All SCU branches have now re-opened while valuing the health and safety of the staff and members. Social distancing guidelines are in effect, and employees will also be monitoring capacity limits at all locations.

The SCU main branch lobby and drive-up options are open Mon., Tues., Wed. 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM, Thurs. 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM, Fri. 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, and Sat. 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM.

About Southbridge Credit Union: The state-chartered Southbridge Credit Union, incorporated in 1938, is a community credit union with both federal and private deposit insurance. SCU operates under the supervision of the Massachusetts Banking Commissioner and is a not-for-profit cooperative, with a democratic structure, and member ownership and control.

For more information, call 508-765-5454.
TLGV Awards more than $11,000 in Grants; Funds Still Available
The Last Green Valley, Inc. (TLGV) has awarded more than $11,000 in a new grant program designed to help non-profits build capacity during challenging times. Funds are still available. As non-profits strive to advance their mission while not being able to offer their usual programs, events and opportunities, TLGV will provide up to $1,500 for equipment, services and training to help organizations improve communication or provide alternative means of engaging the public.
“We’re trying to encourage innovative ideas for working in a new climate,” said Lois Bruinooge, executive director of TLGV. “We want to help non-profits in the National Heritage Corridor not only get through a challenging time but unlock new potential for their organizations moving forward. The response so far shows us the funding is meeting an important need.”
Grants have been awarded to the following organizations:
•    CliCk in Windham, CT: $1,065 for the creation of an outdoor “open air” learning space in Willimantic.
•    Connecticut Daughters of the American Revolution in Lebanon, CT: $853 to hire a videographer/marketing company to produce a video to promote the history of the Wadsworth Stable.
•    Girl Scouts of Connecticut in Lebanon, CT: $1,500 for equipment to enhance virtual learning at the environmental lab at Camp Laurel.
•    Joshua's Tract Conservation and Historic Trust in Mansfield, CT: $1,500 for the purchase of equipment and software to increase their ability to film and promote their properties throughout the region.
•    The Mill Museum in Willimantic, CT: $1,490 to develop and implement online educational programs to promote the history of the region.
•    Norwich Historical Society in Norwich, CT: $1,500 for the production of three videos to improve public awareness of Norwich history and increase NHS and Leffingwell House Museum's storytelling capabilities.
•    Opacum Land Trust in Southbridge, MA: $1,500 to improve and expand their remote communications through their website and other digital platforms to better promote their properties.
•    Pomfret Historical Society in Pomfret, CT: $750 for equipment to digitize images and documents for use on their website.
•    Windham County 4-H Foundation in Pomfret, CT: $1,500 for the purchase of equipment to offer virtual learning experiences.
Grants may range from $500 – $1,500. Funds will be dispersed on a reimbursement basis and must be matched 1:1 by cash or in-kind contributions. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis. Non-profit 501(c) organizations are eligible and must have missions aligned with and advancing the visions and strategies of Vision 2020, the management plan for The Last Green Valley National Heritage Corridor, which can be found at in the Publications section under the About menu.
Full application details and requirements can be found on on the home page in the news section. All applications must be emailed to and will be accepted on a rolling basis until funds are exhausted.
The Last Green Valley National Heritage Corridor is the last stretch of dark night sky in the coastal sprawl between Boston and Washington, D.C. The Last Green Valley, Inc. is a member- supported, non-profit organization working for you in the National Heritage Corridor. Together we can care for, enjoy and pass on The Last Green Valley!
Main Street Lending Program
Business loans to help eligible medium-sized and small companies through the COVID-19 pandemic
What it is
The program is designed to help credit flow to medium-sized and small businesses that were in good financial condition, but now need loans to help until they have recovered from, or adapted to, the impacts of the pandemic.
Loans originated under the program have several features that will help businesses facing challenges. The program offers 4-year loans, with floating rates, and principal and interest payments deferred during the first year to assist businesses facing temporary cash flow interruptions.
The loans range in size from $500,000 to $200 million – a wide range that may support a broad set of employers.
What it isn’t
Main Street loans are not grants and cannot be forgiven. The loans are underwritten and approved by eligible lenders.
How it works
Interested businesses will work with an eligible lender to determine if they meet the program requirements, which are available online, as well as the lender’s own underwriting standards. The lender will determine whether a business is approved for a loan.
The Fed will participate in the lending by purchasing an 85 percent or 95 percent interest in the loan, depending on the facility. To assist a broad range of borrowers, the program will offer three different loan types, each with somewhat different characteristics.
Learn more.
Download the PDF document with program details, links to term sheets, lending documents, frequently asked questions and support.
Future Farm and High Purity Natural Products to Merge
Partnership Creates Premier Advanced Manufacturing Company Serving the Health and Wellness Markets
Lead Products Include Hand Sanitizer Lines and Cutting-Edge CBD Products Including Sleep Tinctures, An Extensive Topical Cosmetic Line and a New State of the Art After Sun Skin Care Lotion 
All Stock Merger Creates Significant Shareholder Value by Adding High Purity Business to Future Farm 
June 3, 2020 – Vancouver, British Columbia – Future Farm Technologies Inc. (“Future Farm”) ( CSE: FFT ) ( OTCQB: FFRMF ) and High Purity Natural Products, LLC (“High Purity”) are pleased to announce that on May 27, 2020 the parties signed a Letter of Intent to merge. The companies will sign a definitive Merger Agreement and subsequently close in the immediate future.

Tom Barrette, President and COO of Future Farm, who led the Future Farm effort to put the merger together, comments “Mike Matton and his team are among the most respected in the industry. We are especially excited by their brilliantly executed reaction to customer demand for hand sanitizer products, leading to product sales in that category of approximately $440,000 from mid-March to mid-April with associated direct costs of $330,000.”

Read more online at High Purity Natural Products
Table 3 Restaurant Group Details Reopenings

TABLE 3 RESTAURANT GROUP is excited to announce the following reopenings for outdoor dining at several locations in Sturbridge, Mass.
Beginning JUNE 11 at 11:30am, Cedar Street Grille Will Begin Outdoor Dining for Lunch and Dinner
Service hours are 11:30am to 8:30pm Tuesday through Sunday. Due to limited outdoor space at Cedar Street Grille’s location, the entire Cedar Street Grille operation will move to the tent at The Barn at Wight Farm, 420 Main Street, directly across from Cedar Street Grille. In the late afternoon and evening hours we will also have the use of our café’s outdoor patio. We will be returning with a full menu for many of your favorites and some new items for the summer season. Our take-out menu will still be available along with online ordering, from 11:30am–8pm Tuesday through Sunday. Order pick-up will also shift to The Barn location and will be clearly marked. SEATING IS EXTREMELY LIMITED so please call ahead for reservations at 508-347-5800. Dinner service is by reservation only.
Patio and Outdoor Tent Dining Now Available at The Duck & Avellino
The Duck and Avellino are now open for lunch and dinner outdoors on both their existing patio in the front of the building and in a newly erected tent behind the building. Service hours are 11:30am–8:30pm Tuesday through Sunday. We have also introduced a new menu with many of your favorites and some new items for the summer season. Our take-out menu will still be available along with online ordering from 11:30am–8pm, Tuesday through Sunday. SEATING IS EXTREMELY LIMITED so please call ahead for reservations at 508-347-2321. Dinner service is by reservation only.
Patio Dining Returns to Cedar Street Café
Cedar street café is now open for breakfast and lunch outdoors on the patio, as well as To Go orders. Service hours are 7am–2pm Wednesday through Sunday. Please come and enjoy the delicious air-roasted coffees, pastries, breakfast, and lunch items so many of our customers came to love before the shutdown. Kick back and enjoy the beautiful grounds at the Café. We’re sure you will all welcome the change of pace and relaxing environment.
Table 3 Restaurant Group is excited to welcome you back and to offer the same great dining experience with an outdoor twist! Hope to see you soon!
Table 3 Restaurant Group will be strictly adhering to all COVID-19 sanitizing and employee training guidelines provided by the State of Massachusetts. For more information please click here or e-mail
NBSB Lobbies Reopen June 15th

North Brookfield Savings Bank will be reopening our lobbies June 15th with health and safety modifications in place to protect our customers, employees and communities. We are so happy to welcome back our customers as we move forward.

Learn about how we plan to safely reopen:
Federated Church of Sturbridge & Fiskdale Cancels Annual Church Auction

STURBRIDGE, MA – The Federated Church of Sturbridge & Fiskdale has canceled its 71st Annual Auction that was originally scheduled for August 8, 2020, bringing to an end its proud distinction of being the longest consecutive church auction in the United States.
Citing the many health considerations caused by the Covid-19 pandemic in a recent letter to auction supporters, Auction Chair Tim Bardsley said it has been impossible for the committee to put together the many elements that have made the auction so special for the past seventy years. “The physical distancing required by this virus cut short our Monday Night furniture refinishing sessions and the craft workshops,” Bardsley said, “and the closure of so many area businesses has limited the donation of items and services for the silent auction. There are no guarantees our local board of health would even permit a food booth.”
With Massachusetts being one of the heaviest hit by the pandemic, the committee was also very concerned for the safety of attendees and the health and safety of Church Members and Volunteers who staff the auction according to Bardsley. “Add to all of that the substantial costs associated with auction services, food, tent rental, etc. and, while sad, we are confident that canceling the auction is the right decision,” he said.
They say every cloud has a silver lining. In this case, the silver lining is that next year, 2021, marks the 100th Anniversary of The Federated Church of Sturbridge and Fiskdale’s incorporation, and it will be a year of special events marking that celebration, according to executive board president, Leigh Darrin. As part of that anniversary, the Auction Committee is now planning what will be its final Church Auction on Saturday, August 14, 2021.
Long-time supporters of Sturbridge Federated Church and its annual antique auction, may be wondering, “how may I help?” The auction committee has a few suggestions:

• To help ease the loss of revenue from canceling this year’s auction - funds that the Church depends upon for capital improvements -- you may send a check in any amount, or visit the church website at . Clicking on the “Donate” button will take you to a secure PayPal account where you may designate a donation to the capital improvement fund.

• Perhaps you would consider donating one item of value from your home for next year’s auction. One item, in excellent condition and ready to put on the auction block, from each person reading this would save us hours of refurbishing time and create a ready inventory for a sensational final auction! (Please contact the Church office at (508) 347-3915 with details and arrangements will be made to pick up your donated item.)

• You can start putting aside a little each month to spend at next year’s event, so you can walk away with one memorable item from this important final auction on August 14, 2021.

• Last, but certainly not least, if you are unable to attend next year’s auction in person, perhaps you would consider helping to underwrite the costs of putting that final auction together with a small contribution.
“We are extremely grateful for the generous past support of the Federated Church of Sturbridge and Fiskdale and the extraordinary tradition that has been our annual Church auction on the lovely Sturbridge Common,” said Bardsley. “We look forward to seeing everyone in 2021!”
Pictured above: Chair artisans, Tim Bardsley (left) and Brian Rhea (right) celebrate with successful bidders Beverly Leaman, of Lancaster, PA winner of the 2019 Publick House Chair and Karen Schoch, of Henniker, NH, winner of the 2019 Sturbridge Chair setting a new record for both chairs last year’s auction.
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Upcoming Online Opportunities

Check out these options for keeping mentally and physically fit during the shutdown of non-essential businesses. Are you offering online learning opportunities, webinars, or podcasts? Please add them to our calendar or email Jack the pertinent info and we will be happy to share!

Worcester Chamber offers webinars available to CMS Chamber Members for free or at the Member rate.

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Worcester Chamber also offers Business After Hours Virtual Networking on June 18.
See more info in the article below or register online here.

See more on the Worcester Chamber's calendar of upcoming events here.

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Connect with YMCA personal trainers via free Zoom access. Check out their schedule here.

Offers online sessions through Zoom, Skype and Facetime. Call Deb at (508) 579-6314 or visit online for more.

The Farmers' Market will be open every Saturday from 9 am - 2 pm. Visit the link for the guidelines.

The Farmers Market at Big Bunny operates on Saturdays from 10am to 2pm.

The Farmers Market on Sturbridge Common operates on Sundays from 9am to 1pm.
Business After Hours is an opportunity for you to network with other Chamber members (Auburn, Blackstone and Wachusett) and guests. Meet new contacts, develop new leads, and exchange ideas. Join us and hundreds of area professionals for a fun, informal networking event!

Second Chance Counting on Golf Tournament to Help Pets in Need
Nonprofit Moves Annual Fundraiser to New Golf Course due to
COVID-19 Restrictions

Second Chance Animal Services has announced plans to host the 8th Annual Golf Tournament with a new venue and date to accommodate COVID-19 restrictions.  The tournament will now be held July 25th at Heritage Country Club in Charlton and golfers are currently limited to 76 carts in accordance with state guidance.  People living in the same household will be able to ride together.
“With our major fundraiser postponed to the fall, Second Chance is counting on the annual golf tournament to provide much needed funding for pets in need,” says Development Director Lindsay Doray.  “We moved the fundraiser because Heritage Country Club offers more options to ensure we can safely host the event including the ability to offer outdoor dining or take-away meals for the traditional post-golf luncheon.”  Doray and the venue are closely monitoring the evolving situation and have several contingency plans in place.  

Several foursomes have already signed up, but Second Chance recognizes there will be some who are not able to attend the fundraiser this year.  The nonprofit is adding an online silent auction where everyone can bid on items in advance, including a pair of Adirondack chairs handmade and donated by the Hampden County Sheriff’s Office.  The online auction link will be available on the website in July.
Interested golfers can purchase tickets online at .  Single golfers and foursomes are welcome.  Second Chance encourages golfers to purchase tickets early due to limited ticket availability.  Mulligans are also available online or during check-in the morning of the tournament.  Check in will be 7 am and the tournament will commence at 7:30 am.
About Second Chance Animal Services:
Second Chance is a nonprofit 501c3 tax exempt organization that began in 1999 in East Brookfield and relies solely on donations from grants to operate. The organization operates an adoption center in East Brookfield, Community Veterinary Hospitals in North Brookfield, Springfield, and Worcester. Second Chance helps over 40,000 pets a year through adoption, spay/neuter, veterinary care, community outreach, educational outreach programs, training, and a pet food pantry. For more information, visit Second Chance’s website at .
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Benefits The Chamber Scholarships & Charities Fund
Executive Committee

Laurie Cashman, Chair
Yellow Iris Farm

Erika Travinski, 1st Vice Chair
The Center of Hope

Jessica Bettencourt, Immediate Past Chair

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

Michelle Fanion
ERA Key Realty

Steve Gardiner
Southbridge Hotel & Conference Center

Les Gardner
Les Gardner Photography

Nathan Hardt
Old Sturbridge Village

Leila Hurt
Country Bank

Lynn Mero
Southbridge Credit Union

Rich Suitum
Exsel Advertising Group

Michael Wales
Michael L. Wales Painting Company

James Donahue
Old Sturbridge Village
Honorary Board Member

Padgett Berthiaume
Berthiaume & Berthiaume
46 Hall Road
Sturbridge, MA 01566
Paulette Hughes
Finance & Administration
Jack Starkey
Communications & Media