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Springville Area Chamber of Commerce Awards | 2018
Thank you for participating in our nomination process for the Springville Area Chamber of Commerce Awards Event, which will be presented on Saturday, February 3 at our banquet at St. Aloysius Hall in Springville.

We are inviting all Chamber members, as well as the general public, to vote for our award winners. Tickets to attend the awards banquet are available at the Chamber office, the Chamber web site and at the door that evening: $30/single, $50/couple.

All are welcome to celebrate the award winners and enjoy our annual event.

One vote per person, please.

Voting closes on Friday, December 29 at 12 p.m.

Previous winners include:
Business of the Year: Sheret Jewelry (2017), Wal-Mart (2016), Horschel Brothers Precision Machinery (2015), M&T Bank (2014), Oasis B&B (2013), S&N Eileen's (2012), Rhapsody's (2011), Root 39 Salon (2010), WV Demonstration Project (2009)

Non-Profit of the Year: Love INC of Springville (2017), Springville-Griffith Community Education Foundation (2016), Springville Kiwanis (2015), Bertrand Chaffee Hospital (2013), The Crossing Church (2012), Children's League (2011), Rural Transit Service (2010), Fellowship Hill (2009)

Citizen of the Year: Nils Wikman (2017), William and Virginia Krebs (2016), Phil Collesano (2015), Dave Batterson (2014), Grover Riefler (2013), Jim Oatman (2012), Doug Andrews (2011), George Vasiliauskas (2010), Helen Brogan (2009)

Student of the Year*: Caroline Dickinson (2017), Henry Yaeger (2016), Kristen Baker (2015), J.P. Oatman (2014)

*Student of the Year will be determined by Chamber Directors' votes only.

Winners within the past 10 years are not eligible to receive the same award.

This nomination form is for the following category(ies)
Please provide comments about your nomination
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What is the email address/contact for the nominee?
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Are you or is your business a member of the Springville Area Chamber of Commerce?
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