Gov. Baker Addresses Merrimack Valley Chamber in Haverhill Next Week

Former state Rep. Brian S. Dempsey, on the riverfront boardwalk that bears his name, with Gov. Charlie Baker. (WHAV News file photograph.)

Gov. Charlie Baker and former Rep. Brian S. Dempsey during an earlier gubernatorial visit to downtown Haverhill. (WHAV News photograph)

Gov. Charlie Baker will be in Haverhill next week for the Merrimack Valley Chamber of Commerce’s annual dinner.

Baker will be on hand as the business organization gives awards to Lane A. Glenn, president of Northern Essex Community College; Kate Cook, Comfort Home Care; Dalia Diaz and Alberto Suris of Rumbo; and the U.S. Army Recruiting Center.

Glenn is receiving the Chamber’s Ralph B. Wilkinson Good Citizenship Award, while Cook receives the Emerging Leader Award, Diaz and Suris receives the Community Spirit Award and the Army Recruiting Center receives the Leadership and Valor Award.

The annual dinner takes place Wednesday, Oct. 4, beginning at 5:30, at DiBurro’s of Ward Hill. Tickets are $125 each or $1,200 for a table of 10. To reserve a seat, call the Merrimack Valley Chamber of Commerce at 978-686-0900 or visit the

4 thoughts on “Gov. Baker Addresses Merrimack Valley Chamber in Haverhill Next Week

    • It’s amazing to me that business owners in the MV have let what is supposed to be a Pro-Business advocacy group be hijacked by far left liberals. Maybe small biz owners are members join for the ability to join a group health insurance plan and could care less about what else the chamber does. Joe Bevilacqua,, and their support of liberal policies is as anti-business as it gets.