BINGHAMTON, N.Y. (WIVT/WBGH) – The Greater Binghamton Chamber gave due to all the organizations and occasions over the previous 12 months that made a constructive distinction in our group.
The chamber’s annual Thanksgiving Luncheon befell on the Doubletree resort in Binghamton yesterday. The celebratory occasion is supposed to present the collaborating organizations a much-needed break heading into the busy vacation season.
The lunch was a seasonal unfold of turkey, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, and three various kinds of pies for many who have their preferences.
The government director of the Agency, Stacey Duncan says that particularly for the reason that pandemic, in individual celebrations aren’t as frequent however are wanted now greater than ever.
“Face to face connection, that gathering, that having a conversation, maybe about business, maybe about a business that is supporting a local non-profit, maybe ways to find those types of really interpersonal connections. I think we’re all longing for that, and I think that’s important to keep those opportunities for us to gather. Cause we don’t always want to be looking at each other through a screen,” mentioned Duncan.
At the occasion, the chamber gave awards to 3 events that went above and past this 12 months. The non-profit government chief of the 12 months award was given to Mary Robinson, the chief director at Habitat for Humanity. The group advocate of the 12 months award was introduced to the Johnson City Rotary Club Carousel Day. And the company citizen of the 12 months award was given to Sam A. Lupo and Sons Inc.
There had been over 500 folks in attendance.