Lexington Chamber of Commerce - The voice of local business in Lexington, Massachusetts
About Our Organization:
The Lexington Chamber of Commerce is in its 74th year as a not-for-profit organization comprised of local businesses and civic leaders.  We actively promote and represent the interests of Lexington's commercial sector through advocacy on key issues. 

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Upcoming Events:
Sat., Sept. 20th, 2014 (10am-4pm)
Multi-Chamber After Five Networking
Tues., Sept. 23rd (5-7pm) @ Atria Burlington
"Next Generation" Young Professionals Networking
Thurs., Oct. 2nd, 2014 (5:30-7:00pm)

Say "Hello" to
Our Newest Members:
financial services
educational services
full service banking
Elite Freestyle Karate
mobile arts/crafts studio
Melanie Shear, LICSW
mental health services
marketing services
medical services
Members in the News:
DCU extends sponsorship of Worcester arena
Lahey Hospital and Medical Ctr. names new CEO
Site's a Source for Local Jobs
Shire gets FDA approval to make Gaucher treatment in Lexington
Boutique hotel opens in Lexington
Shire drug shows promise for treating easting disorder
Cotting School to host inaugural Burr Family Conference
Wave of biotech firms leaves Cambridge for Lexington
Cambridge Savings hires retail-banking vet from Santander
Cubist wins expanded approval for GI drug
Santander first in for $4mil campaign to restore Hatch Shell
AMAG Pharma eyes profitability after strong Q3 sales
Santander officially retires Sovereign Bank nameplate
Art show featuring Larry Grob - The Art of Place
Gov. Patrick pays a visit to Minuteman High
RCN and LexMedia launch HD public access channel
Let the voices be heard! Historical Society holds tryouts for audio tour
Cubist to acquire Truis, Optimer in deal totalling $1.62B
Boston Children's Hospital at Lexington Celebrates two decades of care
Shire adminres Cotting students' work
AMAG licenses oral mucositis treatment
Pigment & Patina exhibit opens
AMAG's partner looks to expand in Europe
Previewing Lexington Symphony's 2013-2014 season
Barrett hails progress on rare diseases
Vistaprint to leave Lexington
Nimbus, Shire to co-develop rare disease therapies
Cubist's experimental antibiotic drug gets priority FDA review
Lexington officials ink P & S for Scottish Rite Property
Carewell Urgent Care center opening in Lexington
Vistaprint still deciding to stay or go
Minuteman communities unveil new cost-sharing design
Buckman enters a new phase
Youville invites public to hear from storytellers
Minuteman school district review agreement underway
How All Seniors Can Benefit from Volunteering
Eagle Bank honored at healthiest employers event
Shire expands focus in ophthamology with SARcode purchase
Cubist obtains rights to drug that would treat urinary tract infections
Shire looks to develop therapy for rare eye disorder in infants
Boston Properties names new CEO
AMAG Pharma gets FDA review on anemia drug
Medieval music takes stage at Munroe Saturday Nights
Cubist appoints former GE & Motorola exec as CFO
Fashion Forward: Women's clothing boutique opens
Minuteman to study revamping district
Cubist announces exclusive option to buy Adynxx
Lexington eatery takes local food to next level
Six area housing projects get state funding help
Coming Soon: Petra Lexington, a women's fashion boutique
Minuteman receives grant to study composition of district
AMAG to ask FDA for expanded approval of anemia drug
Eastern Bank is Again the Top SBA Lender in Massachusetts
Cubist Sees 18% Revenue Growth in Q3
Lexington teen finishes mentor's work
Cubist profits surge on Cubicin sales
Lexington Symphony receives NEA grant for kids' music program
Eastern Bank wins Environmental League of MA award
LACS presents "State of Clay" exhibit
Saucony unveils Kinvara 3 running shoe
Spring has sprung (blog post by Nourish's owner Karen Masterson)
HAIRaising event offers top salon haircuts for charity
(owner) Eric Carlson wins White Tricorn Hat award
RainDance Releases Cancer Screening Product Globally
Lawson goes from Minuteman High to Minute Man National Park
‘Small Business Spotlight’ on Spectrum Music
Winner, Winner, Corned Beef Dinner
Vistaprint paying $117 million for webs.com
Munroe Saturday Nights with Poet Regie O’Hare Gibson
Cubist Completes Adolor Purchase
Lexington Christian Academy students prepare for MIT/NASA competition
Hanscom Commander Reports on Downsizing at AFB
William Raveis on real estate, Revolutionary War
Lexington Wealth Mgmt. among fastest growing U.S. companies
Clean Cars, Clean Slate
Vocational school hosts legislative breakfast
Lexington Artists Raffling Off Chairs for Historic Tavern
Lexington Wig Bank Helps Cancer Patients Boost Self Image
Pharmaceutical Giant Shire Works on Micro Level in Lexington Facility
Wilson Farm on Bike Tour for Foodies
Lexington toy store owner plays to his customers
At Lexington’s Crafty Yankee, it’s all about giving
Lexington’s Wilson Farm places in statewide tomato contest
Jackson’s Kitchen brings homecooking home
WPI biomanufacturing center partners with Abbott, Bristol-Myers, & Shire HGT
Historical Society Celebrates 125 Anniversary
Lexington Flower Shop Spreads Cheer with Free Bouquets
AMAG Pharmaceuticals Plans Merger with Allos
LACS Summer Sale Opens
Streamline Air Looks to Add Flights from Hanscom Fields
Real Estate Office Exanding into Former Waldenbooks Space
Lexington Meals Tax Feeds Town Budget
Cubist to Buy Property on Hayden Ave. in Lexington
Minuteman School Committee Approves Changes to Regional Agreement
Lexington Symphony Caps Off Season with Concert in the Round
Two Lexington Businesses Featured in BBJ Best Places to Work Listing
Minuteman Retools for Biotech Era
Cubist Sees Promising Phase 2 Data on Antibiotic Candidates
"Open House" festivities on April 10
Cubist collaboration could net $47 million
Shire data shows safe switch from Genzyme drugs
Stop & Shop donates to Lexington Food Pantry
RainDance forms deals with Ambry Genetics, Roche Group
Friday Financial Education classes for high schoolers begins
LACS presents Wicker Wool & Wire exhibit
Brain injury survivors struggle to find long term housing
LexMedia signs new contract as public access provider
Lexington nonprofit receives grant for student mentoring program
Lexington’s Douglas House offers hope for brain injury patients
Conrad named 5-STAR wealth manager
Minuteman implements bullying plan
Love is in the air at Youville Place
Lexington Symphony to Premier Revised ‘Fragments to Antiquity’
Wingate Staff Receive 5-Star Honors
Shire’s Lexington Manufacturing Facility Recognized
Youville Place Launches Four-Part Educational Series
Wilson Farm in Lexington to Offer CSA Program
Royal India Bistro Opens on Meriam Street
RainDance Secures $37.5 Million in Series D Financing
LexMedia, LCE Produce Italian Cooking Show
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