Golden Chamber of Commerce honors outstanding businesses and members

Posted 2/1/16

About 160 guests gathered for the Golden Chamber of Commerce annual awards dinner last week to share good news about business in the city. The Jan. 27 event at Fossil Trace Golf Club included a preview of the year ahead by chamber president Leslie …

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Golden Chamber of Commerce honors outstanding businesses and members

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About 160 guests gathered for the Golden Chamber of Commerce annual awards dinner last week to share good news about business in the city. The Jan. 27 event at Fossil Trace Golf Club included a preview of the year ahead by chamber president Leslie Klane before the six awards were presented.

Winners for the 2015 awards were:

• Cassy Brooks, Golden Young Professional of the Year

• Brian Pike, Ambassador of the Year

• Connects Workspace, Civic Award

• Nancy Taylor Mason, Charlie O’Brien Volunteer Award

• Woody’s Pizza, Business of the Year

• Ken Kranz, Chairman’s Award

Before the dinner and presentations, members and guests milled and bought raffle tickets for a variety of items ranging from gift certificates to local restaurants to gift baskets. Money raised supports the chamber.

“We’ve been doing pretty well,” said Christina Estrada, manager at AlphaGraphics and a chamber ambassador.

And, the dinner, she said, “is a great way to recognize all the businesses.”

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