Rangely Crab Crack a success…

Joyce Rankin, left, a member of the Colorado Board of Education, and Bob Rankin, center, a member of the Colorado House of Representatives, speak with former legislator Russell George, now president of Colorado Northwestern Community College, at the Rangely Chamber of Commerce's annual Crab Crack and award dinner on Saturday.

more than 200 people filled the Colorado Room in the Weiss Conference Building on the Colorado Northwestern Community College campus in Rangely for the annual Rangely Chamber of Commerce Crab Crack, which doubles as the chamber’s annual meeting. The 200-plus people present enjoyed the Alaskan king crab and all the fixings, and fewer than a handful of seats were not filled.
more than 200 people filled the Colorado Room in the Weiss Conference Building on the Colorado Northwestern Community College campus in Rangely for the annual Rangely Chamber of Commerce Crab Crack, which doubles as the chamber’s annual meeting. The 200-plus people present enjoyed the Alaskan king crab and all the fixings, and fewer than a handful of seats were not filled.

As part of the festivities, top chamber awards were presented. At right, Rangely Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Kristin Steele, right, presented the Business of the Year award to Lindsay Wiley, owner of The Salon.
As part of the festivities, top chamber awards were presented. At right, Rangely Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Kristin Steele, right, presented the Business of the Year award to Lindsay Wiley, owner of The Salon.
Rangely Chamber Executive Director Kristin Steele, left, presented Jeff Proctor of DUCO Inc., with the Industry of the Year Award.
Rangely Chamber Executive Director Kristin Steele, left, presented Jeff Proctor of DUCO Inc., with the Industry of the Year Award.
Naomi Legere, left, with the Non-Profit Business of the Year Award for the Rangely Museum, presented by Kristin Steele.
Naomi Legere, left, with the Non-Profit Business of the Year Award for the Rangely Museum, presented by Kristin Steele.
Joyce Rankin, left, a member of the Colorado Board of Education, and Bob Rankin, center, a member of the Colorado House of Representatives, speak with former legislator Russell George, now president of Colorado Northwestern Community College, at the Rangely Chamber of Commerce's annual Crab Crack and award dinner on Saturday.
Joyce Rankin, left, a member of the Colorado Board of Education, and Bob Rankin, center, a member of the Colorado House of Representatives, speak with former legislator Russell George, now president of Colorado Northwestern Community College, at the Rangely Chamber of Commerce’s annual Crab Crack and award dinner on Saturday.