Announcing the new Medway Business Directory.

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It’s now even easier to shop local and supporting Medway businesses. This interactive directory makes it easier than ever to find a local business that provides the goods and services you need. MBC is proud to support all businesses.

Welcome to the Medway Business Council

The Medway Business Council (MBC) has been supporting and growing the Medway business community for more than three decades and is here to support you.

The 13 original founders foresaw the need to develop an arena for the exchange of ideas and information, to address issues relevant to local businesses, and to promote a healthy business climate in Medway. These ideals continue today, when pulling together as a community is more important than ever.

The organization's monthly meetings provide members with the opportunity to network, promote their businesses' products and services, and hear presentations on a range of topics of interest to the local business community.

Welcome to the Medway Business Council
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Please tour the MBC website and learn all that MBC offers its members. If you'd like to learn more, visitors are always welcome at MBC events.

Join our mailing list to keep informed about our upcoming meetings and to learn about what the Medway Business Council is doing.

Have a question or business issue with which you'd like assistance? Contact us and we'll help in any way we can.

MBC News & Events

Don’t Miss the MBC Annual Meeting! Learn more about MBTA Communities Zoning proposals, vote for MBC Board of Directors and updated By-Laws. Join us June 4, 2024, 5-7 PM at Restaurant 45.

Don’t miss the Medway Business Council’s Annual Meeting on Tuesday, June 4, 2024 at Restaurant 45 from 5-7 PM. 

Your In-person Vote is Needed to insure we have a Quorum of MBC Members to elect the MBC Board of Directors for 2024-2025 and approve By-Law changes. 

Get important information about MBTA Communities Zoning and how it potentially affects Medway! Town officials will be on hand to explain the MBTA Communities zoning requirements, impact on state grants for Medway, and where the Town currently stands in the process.   Bring your questions and get answers!

Our Annual Meeting is also a perfect time to reconnect with fellow Medway business owners, representatives, and friends!  

Choose from the following delicious dinner options at the event:

Chicken Parmigiana: Breaded boneless chicken breast, marinara sauce, mozzarella cheese, penne

Salmon Alex: Bakes Atlantic salmon fillet, orange ginger glaze, roasted matchstick vegetables, toasted sesame seed, mashed potatoes, mixed vegetables

Chicken & Broccoli: Sauteed chicken fillets, broccoli, olive oil, garlic, parmesan cheese, crushed red pepper, penne

Dinner includes salad, Italian Bread, Coffee, Tea and Vanilla Ice Cream.  A cash bar is available.

This event is open to ALL businesses in the Medway area. You don’t have to be a member to attend. Invite a friend to join you to learn about MBC.

CLICK HERE to register before May 27th as we need to give the restaurant a head count.

Look forward to seeing you there!

Location: Restaurant 45, 45 Milford St, Medway, MA 02053

MBC Members: $38    Future MBC Members: $45    Register today!


Volunteer with the MBC at Medway Community Farm! Wednesday May 29th 1-4 PM

Looking for a fun way to give back to your community?  The Medway Business Council will be volunteering at Medway Community Farm for a day of meaningful service and connection with nature.  You can help support our community and cultivate sustainable agriculture.  This event is suitable for all abilities and non-green thumb folks too… all are welcome!

Join members of the Medway Business Council at Medway Community Farm on Wednesday, May 29, 2024 from 1-4 p.m.  We are looking for approximately 20 people to join our team and help in the greenhouse and around the farm.  It’s a great way to give back to our Medway community together and do some bonding with other businesses in Medway. Fun and laughter are guaranteed!

Location: Medway Community Farm is located at 50 Winthrop St Medway MA 02053. Upon arrival, please check in at the administrative office or with a farm representative in the parking lot.

Attire: Wear comfortable, weather-appropriate clothing that you don’t mind getting dirty. Closed-toe shoes are a must, and we suggest bringing a hat, sunscreen, and a reusable water bottle. Gloves and any necessary tools will be provided on-site.

Tasks and Activities: Volunteer activities vary depending on the current needs of the farm. You might find yourself planting seedlings, weeding, harvesting produce, or assisting with farm maintenance tasks. MCF staff will provide clear instructions and guidance for each activity.

Please register so we know you are coming and bring a friend – many hands make light farm work!

If interested in joining us at this event, email MBC Past President Julie Dennehy at 


Medway High School Financial Literacy Fair 2024–May 17th–Volunteers Needed!

The Medway High School is pleased to announce that they are running the Financial Literacy Fair again this year on Friday, May 17th from approx. 8:30 to 11:30.

The coordinators are looking for volunteers from the community to help make it the best possible experience for the students.  Last year they had approximately 30 volunteers and are looking to get at least 10-12 more this year if possible.  If you are able to make it or have more questions, please let Chris Borden, who coordinates this annual Fin Lit event for MHS, know!  If you have co-workers, friends, neighbors, etc. that have flexible schedules and might be interested, please share with others also!

The format of the event will be similar to past years with slight tweaks based on past year’s feedback.  You don’t need to be an expert for most of the stations, don’t worry.  You will be interacting with students and offering them feedback on their potential choices, highlighting things they may not be thinking about for example: renting an apartment, a new v used car, etc.

For those of you who don’t know what this is all about, students research a potential job and then are assigned an entry level salary.  They use a sample pay-stub to make a series of financial choices like housing, transportation, insurance, food, clothing, entertainment, and savings.  They trying to balance work, life, fiscal responsibility and planning for the future. Here’s a link to a short video from 2022 showing the kids in action.

I look forward to hearing from you and hopefully working together this year.  Chris Borden’s contact info is below, and his email is

Chris Borden 

Social Studies Department

Scholarship Program Coordinator

Head Boys Varsity Soccer Coach

Medway High School

88 Summer Street, Medway, MA 02053

508.533.6643, x1112