State Senator Diana DiZoglio (D-Methuen) will host Attorney General Maura Healey for a small business and youth engagement tour of the Merrimack Valley on Monday, May 10.
During the visit, DiZoglio and Healey will embark on a small business tour in the City of Haverhill, meeting with local entrepreneurs who have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and listening to their concerns during a small business roundtable. The Senator and Attorney General will then meet with local youth in the City of Methuen who have been involved in the creation of a first-ever Methuen Youth and Community Center. The visit will close with Healey visiting the future Youth Center site itself.
“As I travel the state, I’ve seen how resilient our communities are as we recover from this pandemic,” said Healey. “I look forward to meeting with small business owners in Haverhill and visiting Methuen’s new youth center. Supporting the health and wellbeing of young people is a top priority of my office, and I thank Senator DiZoglio for her leadership on this important community project.”
“It has been an extremely challenging year for our small businesses, who have faced countless obstacles in weathering the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic,” said DiZoglio. “I am so grateful to the Attorney General for coming to our community and meeting with local entrepreneurs who have worked tirelessly to remain afloat. I am also so excited for the Attorney General to meet with local students who have done an incredible job working toward making the dream of a Methuen Youth and Community Center a reality.”