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Nashoba Valley Chamber of Commerce President and CEO, Melissa Fetterhoff, recently attended a press announcement at Faneuil Hall with Gov. Charlie Baker, RAM (Retailers Assoc of Mass), NFIB (National Federation of Independent Businesses) and to kick off RAM’s #BuyInMA campaign.

“Our local retailers play a big part in making our cities and towns great,” Gov. Baker said. “Let’s keep it that way by doing as much of our holiday shopping here in Massachusetts over the next month.”

As you shop local this holiday season, make sure to save those receipts and enter to win $1,000 at the Nashoba Valley Chamber. More information at or call 978-425-5761.

Opioid Legislation Discussion

This month the Nashoba Valley Chamber of Commerce’s Public Policy Committee, chaired by Jason Kauppi and legislative consultant Matt Keswick, welcomed State Sen. Jennifer Flanagan, Chair of the Mental Health and Substance Abuse Committee, for a discussion on opioid legislation in Massachusetts.

As opioid addiction has become a major problem in our communities, it is important that we learn more about the steps being taken at the state level to combat it.

Flanagan is currently leading the fight against opioids and substance abuse in the Massachusetts Senate. In addition to other committees, she is the chair of the Senate Special Committee on Opioid Addiction Prevention, Treatment, and Recovery Options. She has filed Substance Abuse Recovery legislation which increases opportunities for long-term substance abuse recovery in the Commonwealth by supporting a continuum of care and removing barriers that stand in the way of effective treatment.

Live from Shop ‘n Save

Our friends at Shop ‘n Save are having a Customer Appreciation weekend the weekend of Friday, Dec. 11 through Sunday, Dec. 13. WPKZ 105.3FM 1280AM will be broadcasting live at Shop ‘n Save on Saturday, Dec. 12 from 10 a.m. to noon. Please stop by for some great giveaways!

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