Morrow Chamber honors 22 businesses at dinner


By Alberta Stojkovic - The Sentinel



Entertainment for the Chamber Annual Dinner included the Fred Astaire Dance Studio couples with Cathy Francis who just returned from a dance contest in Las Vegas. Chamber members joined in a line dance and a few dance lessons.


Morrow County Chamber of Commerce members enjoyed a social hour and meal that featured Sam Adams boneless short ribs and all the trimmings before members were honored for their years of service.

The dinner was held Oct. 19 at All Occasions Banquet Facility in Waldo. All Occasions received the 35-year member award.

Honors for five years of service went to Edward Jones Investments/Andy Bower and Iberia Earthworm Construction. The Morrow County Community Center received the 10 year award while the Tomorrow Center received the 15-year award along with US Bank.

Lubrication Specialties Inc. (LSI) picked up the 20- year award. Three were honored for 25 years including: Ag Credit, Morrow County Family & Children First Council and Morrow County Recycling & Litter Prevention.

Lilly Industries, Inc. celebrated 45 years. The Morrow County Hospital received recognition for 65 years of service. The 95 years of service award went to Mount Gilead Kiwanis Club and Snyder Funeral Homes.

New Chamber business members recognized were: Cardington Chiropractic, HER Realty – The Detty Group, Heritage House Bed & Breakfast, Kahrl & Company Insurance, Seth Maceyko Snuggle Time Foundation, The Rusty Horseshoe and Transcraft Automotive.

Entertainment for the Chamber Annual Dinner included the Fred Astaire Dance Studio couples with Cathy Francis who just returned from a dance contest in Las Vegas. Chamber members joined in a line dance and a few dance lessons.
http://www.morrowcountysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2017/10/web1_DSCN3961-3-.jpgEntertainment for the Chamber Annual Dinner included the Fred Astaire Dance Studio couples with Cathy Francis who just returned from a dance contest in Las Vegas. Chamber members joined in a line dance and a few dance lessons.

By Alberta Stojkovic

The Sentinel