Photo: (Left to Right): Anthony Beshara, owner of Bella Vista Country Club, Marie Barbero, 1st VP, John McCarthy, 2nd VP, and Mr. Ferrantell, Esq., President, Cliff Moore, President Emeritus, Vic Scudiery, Chairman of Bayshore Senior Center, and Terrence Biggs, Executive Director of NMCC.
Northern Monmouth County, NJ - The Northern Monmouth Chamber of Commerce (NMCC), founded in 1959, celebrated its Installation of Officers on September 26, 2013 with Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno, who administered the Oath of Office to the incoming President, Sebastian Ferrantell, Esq., and the new Executive Board and Board of Directors.
The day after the Installation, Terence Biggs II, the Chamber’s Executive Director, and Anthony Beshara, proud NMCC member and owner of Bella Vista Country Club (BVCC) in Marlboro, shared a conversation about NMCC and BVCC coming together to make a donation to a local non-profit organization, the Bayshore Senior Center.
Mr. Biggs stated, “The Northern Monmouth Chamber of Commerce is focused on building collaborative bridges with organizations that add value to the residents' quality of life. This is why we decided to partner with Bayshore Senior Center."
Cliff Moore, NMCC’s President Emeritus, who along with the Raine Foundation and St. Benedict’s Church in Holmdel created the Beacon of Hope, states, "It gives me great pleasure to see the Chamber and one of its members, Anthony Beshara of Bella Vista Country Club, continue to make it a priority to impact the lives of our residents.”
The donation of $1,000 was presented to Vic Scudiery, Chairman of Bayshore Senior Center, by Mr. Beshara, owner of Bella Vista Country Club, Mr. Biggs, Executive Director of NMCC, and Executive Board Members, Marie Barbero, 1st VP, John McCarthy, 2nd VP, and Mr. Ferrantell, Esq., who stated, "As the newly elected President of the Chamber, I am committed to fostering relationships with community based organizations like the Bayshore Senior Center. The NMCC is here to support their efforts."
The Northern Monmouth Chamber of Commerce continues to grow in membership as it serves 11 towns within our region of Monmouth County including; Aberdeen, Atlantic Highlands, Hazlet, Highlands, Holmdel, Keansburg, Keyport, Matawan, Middletown, and Union Beach. The Chamber provides a variety of educational programs, striving to keep its members informed of new business developments and technologies to help the members grow their business. For information on the Chamber, visit their website at www.NorthernMonmouthChamber.com.
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