Rindge Chamber of Commerce honors Mark Hagemeyer, Rindge Historical Society

 New chamber board members Eric Schlim of Savings Bank of Walpole and Taylor Anderson of TNT Systems receive congratulations.

 New chamber board members Eric Schlim of Savings Bank of Walpole and Taylor Anderson of TNT Systems receive congratulations. COURTESY PHOTO

Business Leader of the Year Mark Hagemeyer receives a commemorative clock.

Business Leader of the Year Mark Hagemeyer receives a commemorative clock. COURTESY PHOTO

Published: 03-10-2024 8:31 AM

The Rindge Chamber of Commerce honored Mark Hagemeyer, the owner of Hidden Hills and Four Star Catering, as Business Leader of the Year for 2023 and the Rindge Historical Society, represented by Karla MacLeod, as Nonprofit of the Year for 2023 at its recent gala at Hidden Hills in Rindge.

The event drew a record turnout of 160 attendees. Hagemeyer received an engraved clock, while MacLeod accepted a plaque and a donation check of $500 to the Historical Society.

Through silent auction, raised a total of $2,630.

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