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SPRINGFIELDThe Springfield Regional Chamber will stage its annual meeting celebration on June 15, from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at the Sheraton Springfield. 

The evening, sponsored by Florence Bank with support from Health New England, will honor Evan Plotkin, president, and owner of NAI Samuel D. Plotkin and Associates, as the 2022 Springfield Regional Chamber Richard J. Moriarty Citizen of the Year. The event will also celebrate the chamber’s accomplishments from the year, recognize the 2022 Springfield Leadership Institute graduates, honor outgoing President Nancy Creed, and welcome incoming Chamber President, Diana Szynal. Creed will officially step down from her role as President on June 30 but will remain in a part-time capacity to support Szynal, who will assume the role on July 5.  

A cocktail hour with heavy hors d’oeuvres will begin at 5:30 p.m., followed by the program, which will include a champagne toast. Reservations are $75 for members in advance and $85 for general admission. Reservations must be made by June 10 and can be made online at the annual meeting event page. For additional information, reach out to [email protected]. 

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SPRINGFIELDThe Springfield Regional Chamber will present its Mayors Forum on May 4, from 7:15 to 9 a.m. at Springfield’s MassMutual Center. 

Dave Madsen of Western Mass News will moderate the discussion with Mayor Domenic Sarno of Springfield, West Springfield Mayor Will Reichelt, and the region’s newest mayor, Joshua Garcia of Holyoke.  

Sponsored by Common Capital and Health New England in partnership with the MassMutual Center, the discussion will offer an inside look at the personal and professional lives of the elected officials and provide insight into what they’ve learned over the past year. The group will also discuss what the future looks like for local communities as we move past the pandemic.  

“It’s more important than ever to check in with our local elected officials to hear their plans for the future,” said Springfield Regional Chamber President Nancy Creed. “Participants will truly benefit from hearing insider knowledge directly from the mayors during the forum.”  

Tickets are $35 for Springfield Regional Chamber members who purchase tickets in advance, and $45 for future members buying tickets in advance. Participants can register online by visiting the Mayor’s Forum event page here. 

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