Description: Join us in celebrating the new year with a special awards dinner to honor our members. The evening includes a Chinese Auction, Live Auction, great food & fun for all!!
Dinner Menu: Buffet Style Dinner, catered by The Korner Restaurant. Open Bar.
Date: Saturday, March 9th, 2024 Location: Trinity Hall 2601 Brookville St, Fairmount City, PA 16224 Times: 5:30 @ Cocktails | 6:30 @ Dinner | 7:30 @ Awards & Recognition Phone: 814-275-3929 or 724.525.9844 Contact: Redbank Valley Chamber of Commerce E-Mail:[email protected] Reservation Fee: $25 Per Person and will include appetizer, dinner, dessert, and beverages (soda, water, coffee, beer and wine)
Businesses are urged to donate items for the auctions. Questions –724-525-9844
Sponsored by the Redbank Valley Chamber of Commerce.
NOMINATIONS: Those making nominations should explain in writing why, in their opinion, the nominee of either award should receive the award. Any member of the community is welcomed to make a nomination.Neither those nominating nor those nominated need to be members of the Redbank Valley Chamber of Commerce. Nominations should be sent to the Redbank Valley Chamber of Commerce, Award Nominations, 309 Broad Street, Suite 2, New Bethlehem, PA 16242. Winners will be honored at the Chamber’s Annual Dinner.
CITIZEN of the YEAR AWARD: The award is designed to honor an individual for their community involvement as a volunteer, employer or employee in the Redbank Valley area during the previous year or years. Nominees will be judged on their individual contributions to the quality of life and growth of the Redbank Valley either as to recent accomplishments or service to the community. The award is open to anyone who lives or works in the Redbank Valley area.
BUSINESS of the YEAR AWARD: Those nominated for the Business of the Year award should be in good standing with the chamber for at least one year, and show community involvement such as time donated for community projects. Sponsorships and contributions of financial resources or facilities, labor and equipment will also be considered. Nominees will be judged on their business’ individual contributions to the quality of life and growth of the Redbank Valley either as to recent accomplishments or for many years of service to the community.