Nonprofit of the year …

Rangely Community Garden members Luciann Bolding, Danielle Cooper and Ingrid Reed; chamber board members Jennifer Baker, Lissa Freeman, Matt Billgren and Konnie Billgren. Not pictured from Rangely Community Garden are René Harden and Danielle Hacking. Rangely Community Garden was established in 2010 with the mission to encourage and teach individuals to grow fruits and vegetables, as well as provide fresh produce for those in need. The award is given by the Chamber of Commerce to non-profit organizations each year which have received the most votes. The winner receives $25 in chamber bucks and a beautiful plaque signifying them the winner.

It was presented by Konnie Billgren from the Chamber of Commerce.