Tag : Hunterdon County Chamber of Commerce

21 Nov 2017


The Hunterdon County Chamber of Commerce celebrated business leaders in the county at its annual awards breakfast.  Hearing about these businesses and individuals is always inspiring.  These businesses are making a difference in the lives of many people from their employees to the people they serve and to the Hunterdon County community.  It is always a pleasure to attend these events and photograph the recipients.

Governmental Award winner Clinton Township Mayor John Higgins

Entrepreneur of the Year Award winner Tom Bay of Anitas Angles

Good Neighbor Award winner Kim Bland of Hunterdon Healthcare

Most Promising New Business Award Winners Chris Rafino and
Executive Chef Melissa Murphy Rafino of Sweet Melissa Patisserie

Tell Me More Award Winner Larry Cartwright, Host of Hunterdon Chamber Radio
“Mental Health Matters” and “The Hunterdon Medical Center Show”

Fresh Talk Award Winner, Lauren Feliciano, Host of Hunterdon Chamber Radio
“La salud Mental Importa”

Special Recognition Award Winner Sue Dziamara of the County of Hunderdon

Amazing Kids in Business Award Winner David Lazar Owner of Drive 4 Five

Amazing Kids in Business Award Winner Veronica Romanek of Piano Lessons by Veronica

Amazing Kids in Business Award Winner Jack Garanzini Owner of Slabrication

16 Nov 2017


The Board of Directors for the Hunterdon County Chamber of Commerce Foundation gathered at the Large House in Flemington recently to “play.”

They played “Outta This World,” a board game designed to awaken creativity and innovation, which was created by the Hudicka family based in Hunterdon County.  It was an interesting evening photographing and video recording some of the county’s business leaders engaged and enjoying a free flow of energy.


“Outta This World! is our patent pending brainstorm game, which challenges players to transform a set of randomly selected criteria into world changing products or experiences.” explained Joe Hudicka (https://www.fizzeelabs.com/).“The objective of the game is to demonstrate your ability to think out of the box, clearly pitch your ideas and bring in $100 Billion through your competitors investing in you!”


After the fun and games Joe led a discussion among the board members and it was fun seeing new and creative ideas emerged about growing and expanding the Foundation.  I think everyone won.


10 Nov 2017
Archie Fagan and Sue Lang Saponara

29th Hunterdon County Business & Home Expo & Restaurant Showcase

Food, food, food, from soup to pie 

Archie Fagan, here with Sue Lang Saponara from Flemington Shop Rite, along with the rest of the Shop Rite crew were a big part of this year’s  Hunterdon County Business & Home Expo & Restaurant Showcase.  There were plenty of vendors and businesses to explore all day and topped off with delicious dishes and desserts from participating restaurants.

More photos on Facebook at Brokaw Photography