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“Boots and Bling” at the Bash Recognizes Businesses and Individuals

Joe Denoyer - March 12, 2017 1:45 pm

The Liberal Chamber of Commerce held their annual Chamber Banquet Saturday night at Liberal High School. The theme for this years event was “Boots and Bling”, and many Corporate Tables decorated and many attendees came dressed in accordance with the evenings theme.

A prime rib dinner, with meat donated by National Beef Packing Company was served. The Chamber also recognized several businesses and individuals throughout the evening.

In the Table Decorating contest,Third Place went to First National Bank, Black Hills Energy was in second, and the winner was USD 480. The Good Samaritan Society won the Peoples Choice Award and Seward County won the Best Use Of a Prop Award.

CJ Wettstein won the Best Dressed Male and Norma Ruder was the Best Dressed Female. The Twiligers were the Best Dressed Couple.

Jack Jacob received his Past President’s plaque . The annual “Friend of the Chamber” Award was presented to Black Hills Energy , and Joy Fosdick once again won the #1 Ambassador Award. Jerry Harding was the Chambers 2016 Merit Award winner.

Following the banquet portion of the evening, the audience moved to the Jim Maskus Auditorium where they were entertained with a fun “Hee Haw” skit put on by Chamber Board members and Ambassadors and then the audience was entertained by award winning comedian Don Friesen.

 

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