Congratulations to Apple-Sport Chevrolet for being named as the Marlin Chamber of Commerce’s Business of the Year! On hand to accept the award is president Sam Sinno.
Congratulations to Jane Young, named as the winner of the Marlin Chamber of Commerce’s Parrish/Goddard Award for lifetime achievement! Unfortunately, Mrs. Young was unable to attend due to illness; accepting the award is her grandson, Leslie Young.
Congratulations to Kenneth Drews, manager of the Samaritan House, honored by the Marlin Chamber of Commerce as the Volunteer of the Year!
Congratulations to the Marlin Youth Athletic Association, named by the Marlin Chamber of Commerce as the winner of the Non-Profit of the Year! On hand to accept the award is Jay Butler, David Coleman, Andre Peoples and Daryl Manigo.
Congratulations to Jo Ann Drews, named as the winner of the Marlin Chamber of Commerce’s Citizen of the Year Award!
Marlin Chamber of Commerce members honored five of their own Thursday, July 23, 2015, during its 106th annual banquet at the Marlin Men’s Civic Association Building. Monica Neumann, a Rosebud-Lott High School graduate and the reigning Miss Central Texas, served as emcee. Guest speaker was State Rep. Kyle Kacal, who gave a brief update on the recent Texas Legislature session, as well as updated the 100 or so in attendance on a pair of matters of importance to Marlin.
Business of the Year: Apple Sport Chevrolet
Citizen of the Year: JoAnn Drews/TCLC-Grace Lutheran Church
Non-Profit of the Year: Jay Butler/M.Y.A.A.
Parrish/Goddard Award: Jane Young
Volunteer of the Year: Kenneth Drews/Falls County Samaritan House
The Young Family won the Business of the Year award for the High Cotton Restaurant.
Max and Jann Atkins receive the Business/Professional of the Year award from Byrleen Terry, center.
Steve Johnson, left, presents Roger Nutt with the Parish/Goddard Award.
Chamber of Commerce President Greg Barton, left, gives Michael Magouirk the Volunteer of the Year award.
Bob Dube, second from left, gives the Non-Profit of the Year Award to members of the Marlin Men’s Civic Association, from left Kenny Kautzer, Justin Hay and Rocky Terry.