SOUTH HADLEY — Michelle Theroux of the Berkshire Hills Music Academy was installed as president of the South Hadley & Granby Chamber of Commerce on Jan. 23. The election of officers and directors took place at the Willits-Hallowell Center.
The other officers elected were Dina Mead, vice president; Jessica Bodon, clerk; and Alexandra Wern-LaFlamme, treasurer. New or returning directors elected that evening were Carol Constant, Mead, Darren Thomas, and Wearn-Laflamme. The election was followed by special presentations by Michaeline Turgeon on behalf of Granby’s 250th celebration in June; and Sean Condon for the River Roll and Stroll on May 6 on the bridge between Holyoke and South Hadley.
After the business portion of the evening, Theroux introduced keynote speaker George O’Brien, editor of BusinessWest, who entertained and informed the gathering with his tales from his years in journalism and his insights into the business world in the Pioneer Valley, past, present, and future.