The Greater Hyannis Chamber of Commerce is gearing up for its 41st Annual Meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 24, at 5 p.m., with a tropical twist for this year’s event.
Put on your favorite tropical beach attire and join the chamber for a “Tiki Twilight Celebration” featuring beach music from The McMurphys and a Polynesian menu including: Huli Huli Chicken, Braised Pot Roast Hawaiian Style, Mango and Cream Parfaits and more. Awards will be given for the best beach attire.
The annual business awards will be presented and the Chamber’s 2023 activities, success stories, program of work and initiatives will be reviewed for the upcoming year.
The Greater Hyannis Chamber of Commerce will also recognize Board Member John Cotton, who just returned from a three-week volunteer mission with the American Red Cross to help the victims of the Maui wildfires. Donations will be accepted for the American Red Cross Southeastern Chapter during the event.
The cocktail hour begins at 5 p.m., followed by dinner and the awards presentation.
Businesses being recognized this year include:
Business of the Year
Copeland Chevrolet Hyannis / Copeland Subaru Hyannis
Small Business of the Year
Henry C. Farnham Unsung Hero Award
Jane Walsh , Red Fish/Blue Fish. This award recognizes people in our community who make regular and important contributions but do so quietly and without recognition.
JFK Community Service Award
Cape Cod Classics Car Club. This award is given each year to the person or organization who has made a significant impact on our community through their service.
Citizen of the Year
Joseph Keller. This award recognizes an individual for their impact on our community.
To register visit the Event Page at Hyannis.com.