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Burlington Chamber rings out 2022 with a Christmas food drive

The Burlington Chamber of Commerce held its final networking event of 2022 and at the same time hosted a food drive on behalf of the Burlington Food Bank. Hynek Financial will be donating $10.00 for EVERY guest who attended the  Holiday Business After 5 event. The Bay Observer’s Dave Gruggen was on hand to capture the festive occasion.

All Photos by Dave Gruggen Photography

LR Kristina Shea,  Carol Sheldon,  Silvia Gedge, Izabella Kuesic
LR  Alexandra Konkar, Douglas Hynek, Razan Hawwa,  Frank Vismeg,  Sandra Stewart
Staff of  She’s got Leggz  LR Donna Pinsonnealt , Christina Ruggiero, Cheyenne Barjczaak, Diane Tahir
LR Dave Rutherford,  Marty Staz , Mike Haynes, Kelsey Schlett, Steve Horner 

Exhibitors and the Business After 5 included:

Barrett Realty Advantage

BrantTel Networks
Halton Women’s Place
Heritage Place & Heritage Walk Retirement Community
Home Care Assistance GTA West
Hynek Financial Group
Joe Apps Technology Support
Monfriese Rum Cakes
No Excuse Boxing Inc
Not Your Child Corp
Renata Pollock Studio
Ritestart Limited
She’s Got Leggz
Stacy’s Tranquility Spa Barber Beauty Supply Inc.
Sunrise Senior Living of Burlington

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