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Chamber’s Random Acts of Kindness event to be held at R+D Liquors on Feb. 17

Editor’s note: This press release was provided by the Pelham Chamber of Commerce. The Pelham Examiner publishes press releases in the form received as a service to the community.

Pelham, 2/7/24 – The Pelham Chamber of Commerce is delighted to announce the return of the third annual Random Acts of Kindness event, a beloved tradition in the Pelham community that celebrates the national holiday dedicated to spreading kindness. This event, which began as a way to bring the community together during the pandemic, has now become an anticipated annual event that embodies the spirit of unity in Pelham.

Happening Saturday, February 17th, 2024, the Random Acts of Kindness event will take place at R+D Liquors and Wine located at 4771 Boston Post Road. For a second year in a row, owners of Pelham Manor’s R+D Liquors and Wine have generously sponsored Random Acts of Kindness, fully covering the expense of this event including the 50+ small business prizes that exemplify the support and camaraderie that define Pelham’s business community.

At the heart of the event, community members are invited to visit R+D Liquors and Wine to partake in the festivities. Guests can spin the raffle drum for a chance to win fabulous prizes from over 50 diverse chamber businesses, with each prize valued up to $50. The day will also feature free wine tastings and an array of delectable treats to further celebrate the occasion.

Satpal, an owner of R+D Liquors and Wine, expressed his enthusiasm for supporting fellow small business owners and Chamber members, stating, “I am thrilled to be part of an event that promotes unity and kindness within our community. We have been so warmly welcomed to the community since our opening and are so proud to have built really wonderful connections with the residents and fellow business owners.”

Cristina Chianese, President of the Pelham Chamber of Commerce, emphasized the significance of the Random Acts of Kindness event and the vital role of the local small business community. She stated, “Our Chamber is committed to nurturing entrepreneurship, innovation, and inclusivity within our community. The Random Acts of Kindness event embodies these values, and we are grateful to R+D Liquors and Wine for their continued support. Their sponsorship is the ultimate act of kindness for Pelham! We are looking forward to another great Chamber event and hope to see our neighbors on February 17th!

To learn more about Random Acts of Kindness and the list of businesses that will be participating in the prizes, please follow the chamber on social media: and Instagram at PelhamList.

About the Pelham Chamber of Commerce:

The Pelham Chamber of Commerce is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to fostering collaboration, igniting innovative ideas, and implementing strategic approaches to propel business growth. Its primary mission is to cultivate an environment that nurtures the spirit of enterprise and community, ultimately leading to an enriched quality of life for every resident of Pelham.

The Chamber’s vision extends beyond commerce, aiming to impact the very essence of the community by engaging with residents, businesses, and organizations to create a nurturing environment that fosters entrepreneurship, innovation, and inclusivity.

For more information about the Pelham Chamber of Commerce and its initiatives, please visit

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