Annual Meeting 2020
August 23, 2020 at 3:30 PM
The Chatham Historical Society will be hosting its Virtual Annual Meeting on August 23, starting at 3:30 pm via Zoom teleconference. After a brief business meeting discussing the museum’s 2020 year and the transitions that have taken place, there will be a keynote address. This year’s guest speaker is Mark Novota, Managing Partner of the Wequassett Resort and Golf Club. With his 33 years of experience at the Wequassett, Novota will discuss the changes he has seen over time both in the community and in his industry. His talk, “Tourism through the Years” is sure to be interesting and informative. The meeting will also highlight plans for the coming year at the Atwood Museum, home of the Chatham Historical Society.
This event is virtual, free, and open to members and the general public. Online registration is required and closes on August 23 at 1 pm.
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Get to know this year’s speaker:
Mark Novota has spent nearly 35 enjoyable years at Wequassett Resort and Golf Club. His financial background and boundless energy make him a dynamic resort leader. His unwavering focus on standards, innovation and customer service has helped to garner the resort local and international acclaim, most recently achieving the coveted Forbes Travel Guide five-star rating. He is committed member and active supporter of many local and important philanthropic causes including one of his annual signature events in conjunction with Hope Dementia and Alzheimer’s Organization. He also has served on numerous boards including, the Preferred Hotel Group, Mass Lodging Association, Cape Museum of Fine Arts, Cape Cod Community College, and the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce. He currently serves as the chairman of the board for resort hospitality association and as a member of the board for Rogers/Grey, Verc Enterprises, Park Street School and as a corporator for Cape Cod Five. During his down time, he likes to devote his competitive energy to tennis, golf, biking and even the Boston Marathon in his younger days. He and his young family split their time between Cape Cod and Boston.