Meeker Chamber awards banquet…

Ellene Meece, president of the Rio Blanco County Historical Society, accepted the Non-Profit Organization of the Year award on Saturday night at the annual Meeker Chamber of Commerce annual dinner and awards program at the Fairfield Center. Behind Meece are chamber board member and presenter Dan Schwartz, left, and Meeker Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Stephanie Kobald.

Dancing cheek to cheek on Saturday night at the annual Meeker Chamber Dinner at the Fairfield Center in Meeker are Meeker Chamber President Diana Jones and her husband, Mike. A good crowd was on hand for the dinner and presenting of the annual Business of the Year, Non-Profit Organization of the Year and Citizen of the Year awards. After the dinner and awards the Meeker High School Drama Club presented the set-up for the April 11-12 presentation of “School House Rock Live Junior” and a short dramatic reading by Gary and Laurie Zellers. A sock hop closed out the entertainment at the event.
Dancing cheek to cheek on Saturday night at the annual Meeker Chamber Dinner at the Fairfield Center in Meeker are Meeker Chamber President Diana Jones and her husband, Mike. A good crowd was on hand for the dinner and presenting of the annual Business of the Year, Non-Profit Organization of the Year and Citizen of the Year awards. After the dinner and awards the Meeker High School Drama Club presented the set-up for the April 11-12 presentation of “School House Rock Live Junior” and a short dramatic reading by Gary and Laurie Zellers. A sock hop closed out the entertainment at the event.

Meeker Chamber of Commerce board member Arturo Rodriquez, left, owner of Mexican House and manager of the Meeker Cafe, introduced Lee Overton, second from left, who introduced Becky and Gary Dunham, owners of Meeker General Mercantile as owners of the Meeker Business of the Year on Saturday night at the annual Meeker Chamber of Commerce Dinner at the Fairfield Center in downtown Meeker.
Meeker Chamber of Commerce board member Arturo Rodriquez, left, owner of Mexican House and manager of the Meeker Cafe, introduced Lee Overton, second from left, who introduced Becky and Gary Dunham, owners of Meeker General Mercantile as owners of the Meeker Business of the Year on Saturday night at the annual Meeker Chamber of Commerce Dinner at the Fairfield Center in downtown Meeker.
Jim Ellis of Atmos Energy in Meeker was named the 2015 Meeker Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year on Saturday night at the annual chamber dinner and awards program at the Fairfield Center in Meeker. Ellis was chosen for the honor due to his local volunteerism, his helpful and friendly demeanor as he walks around town and for his special greetings as he encounters residents.
Jim Ellis of Atmos Energy in Meeker was named the 2015 Meeker Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year on Saturday night at the annual chamber dinner and awards program at the Fairfield Center in Meeker. Ellis was chosen for the honor due to his local volunteerism, his helpful and friendly demeanor as he walks around town and for his special greetings as he encounters residents.
Ellene Meece, president of the Rio Blanco County Historical Society, accepted the Non-Profit Organization of the Year award on Saturday night at the annual Meeker Chamber of Commerce annual dinner and awards program at the Fairfield Center. Behind Meece are chamber board member and presenter Dan Schwartz, left, and Meeker Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Stephanie Kobald.
Ellene Meece, president of the Rio Blanco County Historical Society, accepted the Non-Profit Organization of the Year award on Saturday night at the annual Meeker Chamber of Commerce annual dinner and awards program at the Fairfield Center. Behind Meece are chamber board member and presenter Dan Schwartz, left, and Meeker Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Stephanie Kobald.