, Newburyport, MA


June 3, 2014

Chamber's new board of directors introduced

NEWBURYPORT — The Greater Newburyport Chamber of Commerce and Industry held their 48th Annual Meeting on May 21 at Blue Ocean Music Hall in Salisbury. The Chamber celebrated 48 years as a business membership organization. At the annual meeting the following board of director leadership changes took place.

Chairperson is Kim Gobbi, kg Web Marketing; chairman-elect, Mark Bailey, Chase and Lunt Insurance; treasurer, Nancy Von Kittlitz, attorney; clerk, Kate G. Kelly, Kelly’s Taylor Rental.

Additionally, four new members have joined the board of directors: Chuck Barrett, The Provident Bank; Nancy E. Jones, Newburyport Five Cents Savings Bank; Ginny Roberts, New England Development; and Christopher Sullivan, Institution for Savings.

Recognition was also given to four outgoing board members: Mary Anne Clancy, Institution for Savings; Scott A. Eaton, Newburyport Five Cents Savings Bank; Mary Williamson, Essex County Greenbelt Association; and Chuck Withee, The Provident Bank.

The Greater Newburyport Chamber of Commerce & Industry is a 765-member organization whose mission is to address the needs of our members and be a leader in economic development while being sensitive to the community.

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