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Earth Day flyer 2014 (2)WEBSTER
Time: 8 a.m.- 2 p.m.
Place: Webster Town Hall, 350 Main Street, Webster
Call 774-272-1949 to sign up or email contact@thewdba.org
DUDLEY
Time: 9 a.m.-12 noon
Place: Dudley Highway Dept., Indian Road, Dudley
Call 508-949-8017 to sign up

Gloves, bags & safety vests provided

Free tree seedlings & t-shirts while supplies last!
Recycling of electronics available at reduced rates!
Courtesy of MvP Electronics-Call
508-499-6493 for prices.

 

Special Concert to follow 6-8 p.m.
At Webster Town Hall auditorium
Featuring local musicians:
Mark Mandeville & Raianne Richards
The Grey Whisker Pickers & The TREES
FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
Refreshments available.

Thank you to our sponsors:
The Last Green Valley; Papa Gino's; Pete's Tire & Oil;
Pratt Trucking; Webster Recreation Committee; Gentex Optics;
MAPFRE/Commerce Insurance



The Webster Dudley Business Alliance and Isador's Organic Fruit & Deli
of Oxford would like to thank everyone for helping make our 3rd Annual
Chili Cook Off a great success! Many people came out to sample and judge
17 entries and over $700 was raised for the Hand Fruit Program run by
Isador's. The program distributes fresh, organic fruit to local
elementary schools in Webster, Dudley and Oxford. Congratulations to the
winners; 1st place Brenda Ennis of Oxford, (far right) 2nd place tie
between Denise Granger of Webster(far left) & Justin Szostakowski of
Oxford (absent from photo), 3rd place tie between Carolyn Latham of
Oxford (2nd from right) & Kim Lamprey of Webster (2nd from left). Thanks
also to our sponsor Commerce Bank of Webster. We look forward to next
year's competition!




Photo #2 - L to R, Justin Szostakowski, owner of Isador's Organics; Mina Chebbani, Commerce Bank Manager-Webster Branch;
Kimberly Rzeznikiewicz, Commerce Bank Assistant Manager-Webster Branch; Senator Richard T. Moore.




Sponsored by:

The Webster Dudley Business Alliance, Isador's Organics & Commerce Bank


The Webster Dudley Business Alliance would like to thank all of our sponsors who helped make this year's Annual Tree Lighting Event in Webster such a wonderful success. It was our best turnout ever despite the wet weather.
Our financial sponsors included: Christopher Heights of Webster, Gentex Optics, Hometown Bank, Webster Dudley Oxford Chamber of Commerce, Webster First Federal Credit Union and Webster Five Cents Savings Bank. Our in-kind sponsors were Bay Path Culinary Arts Dept., Daisy Print, DEBS Place, Diamond DJ, Prestige Parties, Price Chopper, Tents for Rent, The Webster Dudley Boys & Girls Club, Webster Fire Dept., Webster Police Dept. and The Webster Recreation Committee. We'd also like to thank our performers that evening: the Bartlett High School Choir, the Blackstone Valley Music A Cappella Club, The Dancer's Sole and the Webster Middle School Choir. Thanks to all of our volunteers including Bartlett High School National Honor students. Without their contributions and the support of the town, the event would not have happened. We thank everyone who attended and helped add to the festivities. See you next year!

WDBA Annual Meeting & Elections
Thursday, October 24, 2013
6-8 PM
At Point Breeze Restaurant
114 Point Breeze Road, Webster, MA


Special Presentation:
Grow Your Business with Email & Social Media

Featuring Alicia Williams of Constant Contact

Hors d'oeuvres, chowder & fritters served

This is a FREE event open to all local business
owners/managers and non-profit organizations. Registration is required.
Email contact@thewdba.org
 or call Deb at 508-949-6232.

Nominations are also being accepted for the following executive board positions:
Vice President (2 year term)
Treasurer (2 year term)
(3) Directors (1 year terms)
(1) Alternate Director (1 year term)

Send contact information to contact@thewdba.org. All nominees must be WDBA members in good standing.

The Webster Dudley Business Alliance would like to thank everyone who helped make the 3rd Annual Sidewalk Sale event in downtown Webster a success. After an early but brief rain shower, the skies cleared to welcome shoppers & browsers to over 50 vendors set up to display their wares on Main Street & Church Street. Live music was provided by The Grey Whisker Pickers and The Pulaski Brass Band.
Senator Richard Moore and State Rep. Ryan Fattman were in attendance to welcome visitors. The French River Park hosted a "duck pluck" to benefit the French River Connection and many prizes, including $100 for 1st place, were awarded thanks to donations from local businesses & restaurants.
The WDBA would especially like to thank the Webster town employees, police & fire departments for their assistance. We look forward to seeing everyone again next summer!

Click Here to view more Pictures from this event!

Sidewalk Sale schedule vendor list 2013

Rain date: July 13

Download the form Vendors Wanted

The WDBA would like to thank all the 175 volunteers who helped make our community cleaner. Nearly 2 tons of trash and over a half ton of recyclables was collected, plus 1200 lbs. of recycled electronics. We would also like to thank our sponsors: The Last Green Valley; Pratt Trucking; Pete's Tire & Oil; Commerce Insurance, a division of MAPFRE; Webster Recreation Committee; MvP Electronic Recycling; Go Organic LLC; Price Chopper; Honeydew Donuts & Party Planner.
A special thank you to Officer Robert Ela & Matt Gorski of Matt's Maintenance Service.

 

Please visit our Event Pics Page for more pics from this event!

Earth Day cleanup flyer 2013

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Now seeking volunteers!! To download and print the flyer click here

Free Business Networking Night at the former Stevens Linen Mill.
See our Events Calender for more details....

The official 2013 winners of the Chili Cook Off held at Isador's Organics in Oxford. Justin Paul Szóstakowski, owner of Isador's, Carolyn Latham of Oxford 2nd Place, Mike Morin of Oxford 1st Place, Heather Day of Worcester 3rd Place, Shereen Fahey of Commerce Bank in Webster, event sponsor. The Webster Dudley Business Alliance would like to thank all who entered and came by to taste & judge the 18 entries. It was a tough job, but 100 people were up to the task. $670 was raised and will benefit the Hand Fruit Program, bringing fresh organic fruits to local elementary schools in Webster, Dudley & Oxford. Get your recipes ready for next year!!

chili winners 2013

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