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Whether you're a small home based business or a large corporation or institution, the Randolph Chamber can offer many avenues of support such as: Group health insurance, Networking Events to help you promote your business, assistance in navigating local Governmental procedures and seminars beneficial to the membership and Web Business Directory just to name a few.
Business owners know how important it is to be successful, and joining along with the many other businesses current Randolph Chamber members, achieves that goal.
We welcome all visitors to browse our NEW site and find information on doing business locally, utilizing Chamber services, finding out what is happening in the community or deciding where to eat out tonight.
The mission of the Randolph Chamber of Commerce is to promote, enhance and strengthen the business interests of its members and to maintain and unify a sound and healthy business district and climate while contributing to the well being of the Randolph community.
What is our future?
Our office is opened to better serve the needs of our members. Contact the Chamber with your ideas to facilitate the exchange of information with those involved in the business community. Your participation and support are needed to make Randolph a better place to work and live.
You can strengthen the future of your business and the chamber by completing the application and send it to the office with the $15.00 application fee. You will then receive an invoice for your dues which will be pro-rated (we bill on an annual Calendar basis).
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$15 Application Fee
$125 Annual Fee
Business After Hours Event The Randolph Chamber of Commerce and The May Institute
Thursday, May 30, 2013 – 5:30pm-7:30pm
The May Institute
14 Pacella Park Drive,
This month come learn about the May Institute, the May Center for Child Development and it’s new Todd Fournier Center for Employment and Community Inclusion.
The May Institute is an award-winning nonprofit organization that provides educational, rehabilitative, and behavioral healthcare services to individuals with autism spectrum disorders and other developmental disabilities. The organization is one of the largest and most well-respected providers of services and special education schools for children and adults with autism and other special needs in Massachusetts and in the U.S.
The new Todd Fournier Center is the most recent addition to the campus at The May Center for Child Development, a day and residential school for students, from preschool to age 22, with autism and other special needs. This new highly specialized vocational center has a strong focus on community integration and is designed to provide students with autism ages 14 and above hands-on training opportunities to increase their vocational skills so that they may enjoy the benefits of meaningful employment in their adult lives.
Don’t miss this great event!
Please RSVP by May 25
Call the Randolph Chamber of Commerce at 781-963-6862
Sign up at www.randolphchamberofcommerce.org via PayPal.
$5.00 for chamber members
Mail your check payable to:
Randolph Chamber of Commerce,
One Credit Union Way, 2nd floor, Randolph, MA 02368
and please include the names of your attendees.
Refreshments will be provided featuring items from Not Your Average Joes
$5 Chamber Members, $10 Non-Members.
Click drop-down menu below to select Member or Non-Member payment, then select pay now button.
THANKS TO ALL WHO ATTENDED OUR ANNUAL INSTALLATION DINNER!
We really learned how to network. Please Click on the picture below for a view of event pictures.
THANK YOU FOR ATTENDING THE HOLIDAY PARTY AT THE LODGE.
Please click on the picture below to see additional pictures of the evening.
THANK YOU TO ALL WHO ATTENDED WINTERFEST 2012
Mrs. Claus taking requests... (by Tom Mcginty Randolph Herald)
The Grinch was seen hanging out in front of Randolph Savings Bank. (by: Tom McGinty Randolph Herald)
Brilliant Ice Sculpture did a Brilliant job. (by: Tom McGinty Randolph Herald)
The Caricature Artist from Perfect Parties was phenomenal. (by: Tom McGinty Randolph Herald)
Writing letters in Turner Free Library to soldiers. (by: Tom McGinty Randolph Herald)
Randolph Garden Club roasting yummy marshmallows. (by: Tom McGinty Randolph Herald)
Table Setting from M.O.R.events, a Winterfest vendor. (by: M. Ricketts M.O.R.events).
There were over thirty vendors present