Crab Crack…

The Rangely Chamber of Commerce winner for Rangely Non-Profit of the Year was presented to New Eden Pregnancy Care Services, represented by Melissa Norman. Tickets were sold out for the event, and the Weiss Conference Center at Colorado Northwestern Community College was packed.

The Rangely Chamber of Commerce annual Crab Crack dinner and awards presentation (above) and the Rio Blanco Stockgrower's annual meeting and dinner/dance both had full houses on Saturday night.
The Rangely Chamber of Commerce annual Crab Crack dinner and awards presentation (above) and the Rio Blanco Stockgrower’s annual meeting and dinner/dance both had full houses on Saturday night.

The Community Service Award was presented to Angel Tree, which helps fulfill Christmas wishes (and gifts) for Rangely-area children who may not otherwise enjoy a Christmas. From left to right are: emcee John Whipple of CNCC; Chamber Executive Director Kristin Steele; Ann Urie, president of the Human Resource Council, which organizes the Angel Tree, which is located at Sweetbriar; and Kathy and Gary Staley, who own Sweetbriar.
The Community Service Award was presented to Angel Tree, which helps fulfill Christmas wishes (and gifts) for Rangely-area children who may not otherwise enjoy a Christmas. From left to right are: emcee John Whipple of CNCC; Chamber Executive Director Kristin Steele; Ann Urie, president of the Human Resource Council, which organizes the Angel Tree, which is located at Sweetbriar; and Kathy and Gary Staley, who own Sweetbriar.
at the Rangely Chamber of Commerce’s Crab Crack on Saturday, the award for Business of the Year was presented to Heritage Building and Home Center. Pictured from left are: owner John Hume, Chamber Executive Director Kristin Steele, and co-owner Becky Hume.
at the Rangely Chamber of Commerce’s Crab Crack on Saturday, the award for Business of the Year was presented to Heritage Building and Home Center. Pictured from left are: owner John Hume, Chamber Executive Director Kristin Steele, and co-owner Becky Hume.
Alliance Energy Service of Rangely was the winner of the Industry of the Year Award on Saturday night at the Rangely Area Chamber of Commerce’s benefit Crab Crack dinner and awards ceremony. From left to right are: Alliance Energy Service owner Sam Polley, Rangely Chamber Executive Director Kristin Steele, and Alliance employee Josh Anderson.
Alliance Energy Service of Rangely was the winner of the Industry of the Year Award on Saturday night at the Rangely Area Chamber of Commerce’s benefit Crab Crack dinner and awards ceremony. From left to right are: Alliance Energy Service owner Sam Polley, Rangely Chamber Executive Director Kristin Steele, and Alliance employee Josh Anderson.
The Rangely Chamber of Commerce winner for Rangely Non-Profit of the Year was presented to New Eden Pregnancy Care Services, represented by Melissa Norman. Tickets were sold out for the event, and the Weiss Conference Center at Colorado Northwestern Community College was packed.
The Rangely Chamber of Commerce winner for Rangely Non-Profit of the Year was presented to New Eden Pregnancy Care Services, represented by Melissa Norman. Tickets were sold out for the event, and the Weiss Conference Center at Colorado Northwestern Community College was packed.