Plymouth business leaders named "difference makers" by local publication

Two honored for civic contributions

Debbie Cox, managing director of the Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra, and Brian Faghan of Plymouth-based Long Pond Physical Therapy, were honored as “Difference Makers” by Cape & Plymouth Business Magazine.

In granting the honor, the magazine noted that “The Phil” has flourished under Cox’s leadership and has expanded its relations with area schools and businesses. Faghan, along with his partner Andy Burke, were credited with contributing to the both towns they serve, Plymouth and Pembroke, including participating in youth programs and civics groups.

Cox and Faghan received their awards at the Celebrating Small Business event held Wednesday, May 23, at the Indian Pond Country Club in  Kingston.

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