N O RT H C E N T R A L M A S S
Volume XXVIII, No.2
Chamber offers affordable China trip
What is China really like? A delegation of chamber of commerce executives recently returned
from a business familiarization tour of four cities in China; Beijing, Suzhou, Hangzhou and Shang-
hai. They report being truly amazed by what they experienced there. NCM Chamber President
David McKeehan states, “So many of my perceptions of China -- commonly held, I trust -- were
completely changed by what I saw and heard. At least, in this booming eastern coastal region of
the country, the dynamic economy and pace of modernization must be seen to
be understood... For American businesses to
be effective in the global marketplace, they
must understand the competition.”
“I was so energized by my visit that,
while there, I spoke with the company
that handled the logistics for the trip,”
Mr. McKeehan adds. “Citslink is the larg-
est tour operator of visitors to China in North America. They
served 20,000 travelers last year. I asked them to put together a tour op-
portunity for Chamber members that, while still having some business options,
is more of an orientation and tourist oriented itinerary. They have responded with an
unbelievable offer – an inclusive nine-day package for $1,999.”
Anyone who has ever priced out an all-inclusive vacation knows this is a tremendous value--for the trip of a lifetime. This special
price is for Chamber members; non-members pay an extra $100. The dates are October 20 - 28. The price includes all air and ground
transportation, accommodation in 4 and 5 star hotels, all meals and entry fees. The trip starts with a bus to JFK
International in time to board an Air China flight that goes directly from New York to Beijing in aboout 13 hours.
A deposit for each person’s reservation is $200, and full payment is due August 1, 2010. Along with a passport,
a Chinese visa is required which the Chamber and Citslinc can help process, as long as materials are submitted by
the end of August.
The itinerary incorporates must-see highlights of the Beijing region such as Tian An Men Square, the Forbidden
City, Summer Palace, Temple of Heaven, the Great Wall and Ming Tombs. A flight to Shanghai is followed with
bus tours in Suzhou and Hangzhou for a mix of ancient structures and culture contrasted by a visit to the Econom-
ic Development Zone--or spend the day at the Shanghai World Expo 2010.
For complete details, check the “October 2010” button on www.northcentralmass.com.
Annual Business Meeting slated for June 17
Join other business leaders at the Cham- members and welcome our new officers and directors.
ber’s annual meeting to acknowledge this Our 2010 Annual Business Meeting will take place on Thursday, June 17, 2010.
year’s committee chairs, thank out-going board We will be holding a reception from 4:30 - 6:00 p.m. at the Four Points Sheraton
in Leominster, 99 Erdman Way. This cocktail & hors d’oeuvre event (cash bar) will
New members ................. p.2 include a brief program, at 5 PM, recognizing the past year’s Chamber leadership and
new officers & directors.
Action Briefs .................... p.3 Come join us to meet the board of directors and all our committee leaders as we
Breakfast ......................... p.4 recognize them for all of their hard work. Committee chairs this past program year
HR Council ...................... p.5 included the following: Carol Cullins, Mount Wachusett Community College--Sales
Business After Hours ....... p.6 Leads Group; Leslie DelMonaco, CENTURY 21 Realty Team--Ambassadors Commit-
EWN ................................ p.7 tee; Jack Doolin, Workers’ Credit Union--Scholarship Selection Committee and David
Duncan, HealthAlliance Hospital, Inc.--Airport Committee.
Order form ....................... p.8 Continued on page 6
Chamber Actions ............. p.A
New Members To help spread the word about the Chamber’s mission of business support
and economic development, a major Membership Drive was held in March.
Please welcome & patronize these businesses--
Volunteers from local companies were recruited to participate in a telephone
contact campaign, and Frederick Healey, president of Workers’ Credit Union,
Always Something Good Bushee Balboa Drive served as chairman. “We want to thank all our volunteers for a very success-
242 Lancaster Street Storage
Leominster, MA 01453 1 Melrose Place
ful drive,” he states, “and encourage all new members to take full advantage
Ms. Valerie Brennan Hot Springs Vill., AR 71909 of Chamber benefits... They’re all aimed at helping local businesses grow.”
(978) 870-5126 Mr. Norman Bushee
RESTAURANTS (501) 922-1720
AUTOMOTIVE STORAGE Division Seven Construction Keith B. Maynard MTL Realty Partners, LLC
Andy’s Sport Shop SVC’s Inc Investigations/Security 366 Central Street
216 Daniels Street Campus Pizza & Variety 401 Main Street 179 Whitney Road Leominster, MA 01453
Fitchburg, MA 01420 219 Highland Ave Fitchburg, MA 01420 Ashby, MA 01431 Mr. Michael T. Lewin
Ms. Christine Bowers Fitchburg, MA 01420 Mr. Bruce Richard Mr. Keith B. Maynard (978) 597-2500
(978) 345-6330 James Idaris (978) 343-2382 (978) 386-7214 REAL ESTATE
SPORTING GOODS - (978) 345-8954 CONSTRUCTION INVESTIGATORS
RETAIL RESTAURANTS - PIZZA CONSULTANTS Nashoba Valley Express Co.
Lecuyer Electric 81 Central Avenue
Athens Pizza & Restaurant Central Mass Dunkin Donuts at Johnny 179 Apline Road Ayer, MA 01432
1035 Central Street Sand & Gravel Appleseed Plaza Fitchburg, MA 01420 Mr. Robert H. Hebb, Jr.
Leominster, MA 01453 435 Lancaster Street PO Box 203 Mr. Dave Lalanette (978) 772-4080
Mr. Harry Glimenakis Leominster, MA 01453 Still River, MA 01467 (978) 342-7114 STORAGE-HOUSEHOLD &
(978) 534-1114 Mr. Steve Boucher Mr. Roger Doucette ELECTRICAL COMMERCIAL
RESTAURANTS - PIZZA (978) 466-9500 (978) 466-7866 CONTRACTORS
SAND & GRAVEL COFFEE SHOPS New Options Cafe
B. Thomas Heinzer Leominster Storage 105-107 John Fitch Highway
Associates, Inc. Champa Realty, Inc. FCA Flight Center, Inc. Solutions Fitchburg, MA 01420
975 Merriam Avenue 619 South Street 577 Crawford Street 345 Central Street Ms. Lisa Fanelli
Leominster, MA 01453 Fitchburg, MA 01420 Fitchburg, MA 01420 Leominster, MA 01453 (978) 345-7885
Mr. Brent Heinzer Mr. Steve Champa Mr. Richard Fahlbeck Ms. Diane Brown RESTAURANTS
(978) 466-6560 (978) 343-4414 (978) 345-0373 (978) 466-8889
ARCHITECTS REAL ESTATE FLIGHT TRAINING STORAGE-HOUSEHOLD & Northeast Harvest Produce
COMMERCIAL PO Box 251
Be Waxed CMG Media J.S. Painting Co. Leominster, MA 01453
109 North Main Street 90 Sunrise Ave 266 Mt. Elm Road Luxury Cuts Mr. Gelman Ramirez
Leominster, MA 01453 Fitchburg, MA 01420 Fitchburg, MA 01420 Parkhill Plaza (978) 884-0331
Ms. Sue Valentine Mr. Craig Guertin Mr. John Scott Fitchburg, MA 01420 PRODUCE SUPPLIER
(978) 368-7949 (508) 335-8570 (978) 815-1918 Carlos Rosado
BEAUTY SALONS GRAPHIC DESIGNERS PAINTING CONTRACTORS BARBERS Powell’s Stone and Gravel
259 Leominster Shirley Road
Beaulac Bros. Landscaping Colonial Life/Marcia Prucha J.V.’s Inc. Luxury Motors Lunenburg, MA 01462
12 Jackson Avenue 112A Ridgefield Circle 128 Fairmount Street 672 Water Street Mr. Steve Powell
Fitchburg, MA 01420 Clinton, MA 01510 Fitchburg, MA 01420 Fitchburg, MA 01420 (978) 537-8100
Mr. James Beaulac Ms. Marcia E. Prucha Mr. Santo Viola Mr. Michael Bourgault SAND & GRAVEL
(978) 342-2271 (508) 733-7492 (978) 342-7307 (978) 343-3650
LANDSCAPE INSURANCE CONVENIENCE STORES AUTO DEALERS - USED Quinns Automotive
CONTRACTORS 1170 Central Street
Countertop Shoppe James Julius Ind. Magic Nails Leominster, MA 01453
Brian Fluet’s 853 North Main Street 302 Canton Street 30 John Fitch Highway #4 Mr. Dave Quinn
Plumbing & Heating Leominster, MA 01453 Fitchburg, MA 01420 Fitchburg, MA 01420 (978) 537-7846
236 Bragg Hill Road Ms. Denise Wood Mr. James Julius Ms. Julie Tran AUTO DEALERS - USED
Westminster, MA 01473 (978) 840-1808 (978) 345-1786 (978) 343-0054
Mr. Brian Fluet COUNTER TOPS CONSULTANTS NAIL SALONS Red Line Wall Systems
(978) 668-5074 162 Hamilton Street
PLUMBING, HEATING & Daniel Barry Constable Job Corps Admission Office Mass Tech Mold Leominster, MA 01453
COOLING CONTRACTORS 7 Winch Street 353 Main Street 67 Westminster Street Mr. Scott Morrisey
Fitchburg, MA 01420 Fitchburg, MA 01420 Fitchburg, MA 01420 (978) 537-9237
Buckingham Bus Co. Inc. Mr. Daniel Barry Ms. Christine Bradshaw Mr. John Malloy DRYWALL CONTRACTORS
40 Station Avenue (978) 833-8636 (978) 342-5577 (978) 348-2111
Groton, MA 01450 CONSTABLES VOCATIONAL TRAINING MODEL MAKERS
Mr. Kim Buckingham
(978) 448-6057 Continued on page 5
Independance Day is Sunday, July 4, observed Monday, July 5
• Federal, state and municipal offices, the Chamber office, schools & most banks are closed.
Holiday Blue Laws • Retail, grocery stores and package stores as well as manufacturers and other non-retailers-
-if open--may be restricted to voluntary employment or overtime pay. For specific excep-
tions concerning mandatory/voluntary hours or extra, holiday compensation, or for more
information, see: www.mass.gov/dos/bluelaw/index.htm
page 2 June/July/August
This section samples activities of Chamber departments & committees in recent weeks.
MEMBERSHIP DRIVE 2010: With the help of over 70 dedicated MANUFACTURING AWARENESS: Two separate visits by area
volunteers making calls on March 2nd and 3rd, we had a success- legislators of area manufacturing facilities were coordinated, over
ful drive with many new members. Our grand prize winner was the last couple of months, by Chamber staff. Bemis International
Michelle Rattanavong, marketing & leasing manager for Geroni- and Several businesses located in Phoenix Park were toured by
mo Properties, with 13 new members. She was challenged by Jim State Representative Jen Benson, State Senator Jamie Eldridge,
Adams, Rollstone Bank, with 10 new members, and Bob Gallo, and staff from Congresswoman Nikki Tsongas’ office.
Workers’ credit Union, with eight new members.
REGIONAL SITE SELECTION: We are actively participating in
BALLOT QUESTION: Several meetings have been held with state the state’s ReadyMass economic development initiative. MassEc-
officials, affected area businesses, and statewide group formed to on hosted seven leading site selectors in Massachusetts for a two
counter a ballot initiative that would impose air-emissions that se- and a half day visit on May 19-May 21. To provide opportunities
verely limit the viability of bio-mass facilities that generate elec- for the site selectors to learn about our regional assets, personal
tricity. If passed, these measures would have direct consequence face time was arranged with regional reps. EOHED Secretary
to two area projects. Greg Bialecki hosted the reception. The Chamber was represented
among the 50 people at the reception, splitting up for 3-4 private
HEALTH INSURANCE: The recent rejection of the health insur- dinners at a Boston hotel.
ance rate increases by the state has forced health insurance compa-
nies to roll back their rates to the 2009 levels. This is only tempo- SMALL BUSINESS SEMINARS: The Chamber continues to
rary as underwriters have appealed that decision and are awaiting hold classroom style seminars for small business, with topics such
hearings in court at this time. Until the matter is settled, Fallon as “QuickBooks” and “Financial Reporting for Managers.” Semi-
Community Health Plan has communicated to all Intermediaries nars are kept small to provide an interactive environment. These
that they cannot bring on any new business until April 2011. Tufts classes have proven to be popular for our small business commu-
Health Plan has not followed their lead, but is now requiring a nity and are almost always at capacity.
30 day notice before any new business can be on board. Because
of the uncertainty of where these rates will go, Tufts and Fallon SITE DEVELOPMEMT: Staff met with industrial park develop-
have stopped open enrollment as of April 30, 2010 when it nor- ers to explore ways to help expedite resolution of some regulatory
mally would go through June 1st. It is a frustrating time for our hurtles for this regional priority site.
members, but we continue to communicate any new information Continued on page 6
to them through mailings and our action briefs.
The Design Studio of
B. Thomas Heinzer Associates,
975 Merriam Avenue Brent T. Heinzer, RA
CS, AIA, NCARB
Leominster, MA 01453
(P) 978-466-6560 PRESIDENT
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Foundation Scholarship winners honored at May breakfast
Each spring, a number of the region’s most outstanding high school been awarded the Rollstone Bank & Trust Scholarship
seniors are recognized with scholarships from the Chamber Foundation of for $1,500.
the North Central Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce. Raymond Harrison of Leominster, a student at
On Friday, May 14, Chamber members and guests have an opportunity to Leominster High School, has been named to receive the
meet the scholarship winners, when a total of $32,500 in scholarships will Barbara Silva Scholarship for $1,500.
be awarded at the “Good Morning” breakfast event. Natia Jonas of Pepperell, a student at North
These awards are either endowed or funded by companies and Middlesex Regional High School, is recipient of a
individuals, and a total of 21 scholarships for either $2,000 or $1,500 are Chamber Foundation Scholarship for $1,500.
being presented this year. Jessica Kenison of Pepperell, a student at Nashoba
The event was at the Four Points by Sheraton Hotel Leominster. Valley Tech High School, is receiving a Chamber Golf
HealthAlliance is the main sponsor for the breakfast, which is moderated Tournament Scholarship for $1,500.
by Barbara Foster. Noelle Landry of Westminster, a student at Oakmont
Chairman for the Scholarship Committee is Jack Doolin, senior vice Regional High School is the recipient of the Roderick
president of human resources at Workers’ Credit Union. His committee W. & Donna M. Lewin Scholarship for $1,500.
selects scholarship recipients from among college-bound seniors in the Luke Latario of Groton, a student at Groton-
chamber’s service area. Dunstable Regional High School, has been chosen for
Criteria for selection is merit--in all aspects of students’ endeavors, from the Harry Doehla Foundation Scholarship for $1,500.
academics and sports to volunteer work and employment. Dominique Ledoux of Harvard, a student at
The following students received scholarships at the event: Bromfield School, received a Chamber Golf
Landon Airey of Ashby, a student at North Central Charter Essential Tournament Scholarship for $1,500.
School was named for the Salny Family Scholarship for $1,500. Carolyn Miller of Leominster, a student at Leominster
Katherine Albertini Lunenburg, a student at Lunenburg High School was High School, will receive the Adams Family
awarded the Workers’ Credit Union Scholarship for $1,500. Scholarship for $1,500.
Sarah Antonelli of Sterling, a student at Wachusett Regional High School Ryan Nicoll of Lancaster, a student at Nashoba
is receiving a HealthAlliance Hospitals, Inc. Scholarship for $1,500. Regional High School, is the recipient of the Ramsey
Saaid Arshad of Groton, a student at Groton-Dunstable Regional High Rehabilitation Scholarship for $1,500.
School, received the Micron Products Scholarship for $1,500. Kellan Reck of Ashburnham, a student at Oakmont
Abigail Capone of Fitchburg, a student at Fitchburg High School, was Regional High School, is receiving the Enterprise Bank
awarded a HealthAlliance Hospitals, Inc. Scholarship for $1,500. & Trust Scholarship for $1,500.
Kevin Chavez of Fitchburg, a student of Fitchburg High School received Michaella Reif of Lunenburg, a student at Lunenburg
the Ross Mortgage Scholarship for $2,000. High School will be given the Edward C. J. Healey
Madison Coveno of Groton, a student at Groton-Dunstable Regional High Scholarship for $2,000.
School has been awarded the Ronald Ansin Scholarship for $1,500. Rebecca Turner of Harvard, a student at Bromfield
Anthony DeCicco of Leominster, a student at Leominster High School, is School, is receiving a Chamber Foundation Scholarship
the recipient of the Benjamin Asher Scholarship for $1,500. for $1,500.
Lila Grallert of Ayer, a student at Ayer High School, was chosen for a
Harry Doehla Foundation, Inc. Scholarship for $1,500.
Alexander Hanno of Fitchburg, a student at Fitchburg High School, has
page 4 June/July/August
Wachusett Animal Hospital Westminster Business Park The Wilmat Company, Inc
New Members ...Continued from
and Pet Retreat
29 Theodore Drive
41 West Street, Suite 800
Boston, MA 02111
83 Elmwood Road
Lunenburg, MA 01462
Westminster, MA 01473 Mr. David Pogorelc Mr. William Galloway
Mr. Mark Ransom (617) 428-8000 (978) 582-9580
Rehabilitative Resources Sontag Pump Company (978) 407-1122 REAL ESTATE - IND./ CONTRACTORS -
650 North Main Street 177 Rowley Hill Road VETERINARY HOSPITALS COMMERCIAL GENERAL
Leominster, MA 01453 Sterling, MA 01564
Ms. Julie Carita Ms. Tami Sontag WDC Construction, Inc. Wick’s Remodeling &
(508) 347-8181 (978) 422-3221 215 Hamilton Street Construction
HUMAN SERVICE ORG. WELL CONTRACTORS Leominster, MA 01453 P.O.Box 385
Mr. Brian Campbell E. Templeton, MA 01438
Sarasin Irrigation Switch Energy (978) 466-9171 Mr. Walter Wick
75 Klondike Ave 18 Bacon Street CONSTRUCTION MGMT. (978) 766-3877
Fitchburg, MA 01420 Westminster, MA 01473 REMODELING CONTR.
Mr. Bob Sarasin Mr. Michael Blanchflower
(978) 345-0086 (978) 697-2114
IRRIGATION SYS./EQUIP. ENERGY MANAGEMENT
SNI Companies Venient Food Mart
114 Turnpike Road 1027 Central Street
Westborough, MA 01581 Leominster, MA 01453
Ms. Melissa Glenny Mr. Peter Erian
(508) 663-4139 (978) 537-4199
EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES CONVENIENCE STORES
Committee chairs honored...
Continued from page 1
Also being recognized are: Brian Jansson, Boutwell Owens-
Solar & Kilcoyne, pc
-Manufacturing CEO Round Table; Deb LaPointe, Enterprise
Bank & Trust--Executive Women’s Network Committee; Ray
Martino, Simonds International--North Central Massachusetts
Development Corp.; Joanne Pagnotta, P.J. Keating Company-
Certified Public Accountants
-Government Affairs Committee; Dick Quinlan, Qualified Todd S. Solar, CPA John F. Kilcoyne, CPA
Resources International--Human Resources Council; Linda Accounting, tAx & consulting for:
Racine, Rollstone Bank & Trust--Golf Tournament Commit- • Manufacturing • Construction
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Chamber Actions... Continued from page 3
AMBASSADORS: The Ambassador Committee continues to meet monthly. This year, we
have a small but very active group, Chaired by Leslie DelMonaco from Century 21 Realty
Team, who make proactive calls to ensure that we are meeting the expectations of our mem-
bers. In addition, they contact new members weekly to welcome them to the chamber.
REGIONAL EDCs: Chamber staff testified twice before the legislature’s Economic
Development Committee and worked with State Senate staffers on the Senate’s pro-
posals to restructure the economic development delivery system. The bill passed the
Senate to establish a more formal relationship with the state and regional economic
development entities like our affiliate NCMDC.
GOOD MORNING BREAKFAST: The March “Good Morning Breakfast” saw Finan-
cial Advisor Barry Armstrong of “Money Matters” Radio as its guest speaker, drawing
over 90 attendees. Medical Arts Hearing Instruments of Leominster was the sponsor.
JOHNNY APPLESEED PUBLISHED: We produced the spring/summer JATA Guide
and have distributed 27,000 to date. There have also been upgrades to the web site
including new information, photos and membership information. Over the summer,
JATA will be represented at three civic events in the region to help foster information
and knowledge about the region and the center.
MASSPLASTICS: MassPLASTICS 2011 will be held on March
15-16, 2011. Sales to date are on track. The full marketing cam-
paign begins in June. The theme is MassPLASTICS – Sustainabil-
ity through Innovation.
BUSINESS AFTER HOURS: The Chamber hosted a Business Af-
ter Hours at Rollstone Studios on Main Street in Fitchburg on May
11 with 61 people attending.
HUMAN RESOURCES COUNCIL: The Human Resources
Council wrapped up its program year on May 19th with “Manag-
ing a Multi-Generational Work Force.” The committee will meet
over the summer to plan for the fall.
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Summer Social set for June 10
The Executive Women’s Network will host a casual get- contacts--in a relaxed atmosphere.
together Thursday, June 10th from 4-6 p.m. It will be at the Enjoy a seasonal barbecue with burgers, dogs, all the fix-
Wachusett Village Inn, Village Inn Road in Westminster, under in’s. & cash bar. Join other executive women to enjoy the long,
the tent by the pool. summer solstice evening with fun, food and friends.
This “Summer Social” is a great opportunity to make new See the back page of this newsletter to reserve or call Ma-
connections and see old friends, acquaintances and business rissa at 978-353-7600, ext. 235.
Chamber Actions... Continued from page 6 mittee and the Board of Directors. The aggregate loan amount un-
der consideration is $325,000.
PLANT LOCATIONS: Staff facilitated two inquiries, over the last
several weeks, for manufacturing locations in the region. Neither MAYORS MEETINGS: Separate monthly meetings with the may-
firm has finalized a decision. ors of Fitchburg and Leominster and constituent business leaders
continue to be coordinated by Chamber staff. Topics of discussion
NEW MEMBER WELCOME: The Border Grille of Leominster have ranged from health insurance plan design and local budgets
hosted the New Member function at the end of April. All new to bridge & street repair.
members, volunteers and donators were invited to attend, as well
as our long-standing members. Over 60 members, new and old,
enjoyed a relaxed evening at the restaurant.
LOANS: Since October the Development Corporation has made
three new loans totaling $53,000. These loans were to an existing
property holding company, and two start-up businesses: a HVAC
company and a sign manufacturer. These loans created 6 new jobs
and retained 1. After a winter in which new loan activity was mini-
mal, the Development Corporation saw a resurgence of interest
beginning late March. As this report was being assembled seven
loans were being underwritten for consideration by the Loan Com-
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