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The Town of Montgomery Chamber of Commerce is a civic organization dedicated to serving the local businesses in Maybrook, Montgomery and Walden. The Chamber meets on a monthly basis, offering opportunities to meet fellow business persons, learn about new businesses and cultural events in the town, thereby helping the business community prosper.

The purpose of the Chamber is to advance the general welfare of the Town of Montgomery so that its business community can prosper. To accomplish these goals particular attention, emphasis, and promotion are directed to the economic, civil, commercial, industrial, and educational needs of the township.

Each year the Chamber Recognizes businesses within its membership that have embraced these principles while providingexemplary contribution to the community. The Chamber is proud to recognize;

Lightning Auto Maybrook, NY

Handling all areas of auto collision, towing and repair, Lightning Auto handles it all! Stellar reviews and quality and professional service by experts.

Barnside Grill, Walden, NY

A fresh made to order menu is what you will find at the Barnside Grill, owned and operated by Conklin Catering.

Access Physical Therapy & Wellness

Family owned organization with the goal of providing quality rehabilitation and therapy services with an extremely dedicated staff who provides expertise in their field and inspires others to live life to their fullest potential.

Angry Orchard, Walden, NY

Making cider and experimenting with apple varieties for over 20 years has allowed Angry Orchards to offer a wide variety of hard ciders that are available year round.

Congratulations to the 2017 Business Award Recipients!

Co-hosts of the Town of Montgomery Chamber of Commerce 34th Annual Business Awards Dinner Jennifer Cuevas and Riki Lent

Co-hosts of the Town of Montgomery Chamber of Commerce 34th Annual Business Awards Dinner Jennifer Cuevas and Riki Lent

Mayor Dennis Leahy, Lightning Auto Owner Lee Trogish and Trustee Kevin Greany

Mayor Dennis Leahy, Lightning Auto Owner Lee Trogish and Trustee Kevin Greany