The holiday season brings us the opportunity to reflect, celebrate, and be grateful for what we have. As 2019 ends, we are thankful for the growth and success we've enjoyed this year, and we look forward to what the new year will bring. All of us at the Chamber know that nothing we do would be possible without the leadership and support of our members and our Board of Directors. So many of you have stepped up to lead and help us make our "Chamber family" the best. It is hard to believe that we are just weeks away from ushering in 2020. Next year will mark another milestone in the history of the Milford Regional Chamber of Commerce—65 years serving our businesses! Stay tuned for information on our first big event of the new year, our Annual Meeting, held in January.
As I prepare for the holidays, I am shocked at how fast this year went by! When I joined this organization 10 months ago, I had no idea of the number of people I would meet who are more than just our members, but people I now call my friends. And speaking of friends, we always make time for gatherings of those we appreciate. The Milford Bank is once again hosting our year-end celebration on Wednesday, December 4th, at the downtown location. They always host a wonderful mixer to end our year and we are very grateful that they are hosting again this year. I hope to see you there.
Whatever holiday you celebrate, I encourage you to shop locally for your holiday gifts. Our member businesses have stocked up on special items just for the holidays—check them out!
Again, many thanks to our Chamber members for making 2019 a great year. 2020 is shaping up to be just as exciting. Wishing you and your family a very happy new year.
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