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Thank you for joining us for the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce's 100th Annual Meeting and Citizen of the Year Award event on Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2019 at 5 p.m. presented by Merrimack County Savings Bank.
The evening began with a lively cocktail reception and networking with more than 350 business, community and nonprofit community leaders. Guests were then welcomed into the ballroom to enjoy a delicious sit-down dinner and joined us as we recognized and thanked Claudia Walker, our 2019 Citizen of the Year.
We also had a brief changing of the gavel where we thanked outgoing Board Chair Joe Kasper of Northeast Delta Dental for his dedicated service and welcomed 2019-2020 Chair Nicki Clarke of Capitol Center for the Arts and Bank of NH Stage.
Special thanks to our major sponsors: Corporate Sponsors, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Concord, Eversource Energy Services, Grappone Automotive Group and Unitil,Wine Sponsor, Eastern Bank, Dessert Sponsor, Bar Harbor Bank & Trust, Event Sponsors, Devine Millimet, H.L. Turner Group Inc., Liberty Utilities, Mason + Rich, PA, Nathan Wechsler & Company, PA, Northeast Delta Dental, Orr & Reno, PA, Sanel NAPA, Service Credit Union, and Servpro of Concord, Associate Sponsors, Cleveland, Waters & Bass, PA and McLane Middleton, PA, Contributing Sponsors, Concord Hospital and The NHHEAF Network Organizations, In-Kind Sponsors, D. McLeod, Inc., Grappone Conference Center, Speedy Printing & Copying, White Mountain Gourmet Coffee.
View photos from our 99th Annual Meeting and Citizen of the Year Award event and picture yourself enjoying the company of all these community minded citizens next November!
Each year, the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce presents the annual Citizen of the Year Award to honor a member of our community who has shown exceptional leadership, performance in several areas of community service over many years, and for contributing to the general benefit of the community. The nominee does not have to be a member of the Greater Concord Chamber or the business community.