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Black, White, and Red All Over 2015 Chamber Bash

KSCB News - March 15, 2015 3:41 pm

The Liberal Chamber of Commerce held their annual Chamber Banquet Saturday night at Liberal High
School. The theme for this years event was "Black, White, and Red All Over", 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 1st National Bank, State Farm Jerry Harding was in second, and the winner was Liberal Good Samaritan Society. National Beef Packing won the United Wireless Peoples Choice Award. Joe Denoyer, Sarah Davis and Reiko Hadd Walker were declared the Best Dressed Individuals, while Travis Combs and Alaina Sill were the Best Dressed Couple. Mel Patterson received her Past President’s plaque and scrapbook. The annual "Friend of the Chamber Award was presented to KSCB and The Legend, and Celeste Donovan won the #1 Ambassador Award. Bill Salley was the Chambers 2014 Merit Award winner. Following the banquet portion of the evening, the audience moved to the Jim Maskus Auditorium where they viewed the Chamber’s "A Year In Review" video and then the audience was entertained Ventriloquist Ronn Lucas.

 

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