LUDLOW—The Okemo Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce recently held its 64th annual meeting at the newly renovated Calcutta’s Sports Bar & Restaurant at the Fox Run Golf Club in Ludlow.
Scott Duffy of Rockledge Farm Woodworks was awarded the 2021 Member of the Year for being selected as the business to represent Vermont at the “Made in America Day” at the White House (although the event last fall had to be cancelled due to Covid), stepping up to co-chair the inaugural “Best of Vermont” Summer Festival committee, and for his service on the chamber board.
Holger Stoltze of The Governor’s Inn was selected as a 2021 Volunteer of the Year for his work helping the “Gathering Spots” Artisan Picnic Table project and his efforts on the “Best of Vermont” Summer Festival Committee.
Stephen Plunkard of Q4! Associates was also selected as a 2021 Volunteer of the Year for his efforts on the Okemo Valley Regional Transportation HUB Project and his service on the “Best of Vermont” Summer Festival committee.
Joan Goldstein, Vermont commissioner of economic development, was the guest speaker.
Janine Corning welcomed guests with her family who are the new owners of Fox Run Golf Club and spoke about their other business investments in Okemo Valley, including Hemmingway Hill Properties & the former Ludlow Colonial Motel, as well as their support for the local community.