The chamber was busy recently kicking off the start of the holiday season here in town. Once again we're thankful to the Holbrook Fire Department for putting up all of our decorations. We started the festivities on December 5, with the annual lighting of the town Christmas tree. We had a great turn out and of course the weather was unseasonably warm. But that didn't prevent our visitor from the north pole from stopping by. Watch a short video recap of the event. Then on December 6, we were right back out celebrating the start of Chanukah with the lighting of the first 'candle' on the town Menorah. Thanks to Rabbi Steven Moss of B'nai Isreal Reform Temple for leading the festivities. We have a few pictures for those that were unable to attend.
At the last general meeting of the Holbrook Chamber of Commerce representatives from Tri-Tec Corporation presented an overview of their plans for the Ronkonkoma Hub construction project. The presentation focused on the area affected by the project, the types of construction to be undertaken, and options for future growth. The company fielded questions from members or the Chamber as well as elected officials in attendence.
In the midst of all the fun and excitement during our recent Carnival and Craft Festival we were pleased to meet a bunch of wonderful children who participated in our Little Mr. & Ms. Holbrook Pageant. Our new honorees will represent Holbrook at various events over the course of the next year. Please help us welcome Rebecca DiSimone and Peter Stamou to their new positions.
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