Lexington Chamber of Commerce Women in Business Series

The Lexington Chamber of Commerce kicked off the 2017 Women in Business series with a presentation by Lexington School Superintendent Dr. Mary Czajkowski.

The Lexington Chamber of Commerce kicked off the 2017 Women in Business series with a presentation by Lexington School Superintendent Dr. Mary Czajkowski.  The standing-room-only crowd enjoyed the presentation and came loaded with questions.  Among the issues Dr. Czajkowski addressed were the effects of the presidential election on education, charter schools, student stress and curriculum development.

The event is held on the second Tuesday of every month.  The meetings are sponsored by realtor Lester Savage, and are held at Tres Petite Creperie — a French bistro in Lexington Center.

For more information about Women in Business or the Chamber of Commerce, please visit www.LexingtonChamber.org.

Pictured left: Dr. Mary Czjkowski speaks with members of the Lexington Chamber of Commerce at the monthly Women in Business meeting.

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Lexington Police department appoints two new officers

Richard “Rick” Ham and Christiana Severe were officially presented badges as Lexington police officers by Lexington police chief Mark Corr on Friday, April 15th.  Both officers were warmly received by over two dozen fellow officers and other town employees.  Rick Ham is the son of retired Lexington police lieutenant Rich Ham, and brother of Lexington police officer Brian Ham. Pictured above: Lexington police chief Mark Corr introduces the department’s two new officers. (Photo by Jim Shaw)

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