Community’s best celebrated at Chamber Banquet
Published 3:54 pm Monday, February 20, 2023
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The staff at Maymay Made It accepting the Distinguished Business of the Year Award at the 2023 Chilton County Chamber of Commerce Banquet.
Tim Carter, center, of C&C Trophy and Sign Inc. was named a Chamber Champion Award winner at the banquet.
Mark McKinnon, center, of McKinnon Toyota and Nissan was named a Chamber Champion Award winner at the banquet.
Outgoing Chilton Chamber president Connie Bainbridge, left, with Chilton Chamber executive director Rachel Martin.
The Merchants Association of Chilton County’s Maymay Helms, left, and Tommy Glasscock accept the Community Spirit Award for Clanton from Deidra Gadberry.
Chilton Chamber executive director Rachel Martin, left, presents the Community Spirit Award for Clanton to Kim Robinson.
Tiffany Gaines, left, of Olde Town Boutique accepts the Community Spirit Award for the city of Jemison from Marilyn Colson.
Hannah Pate, right, of Impact Catering was named one of Jemison’s Community Spirit Award winners.
Sergio Sanchez, left, of Valle Grande Mexican Grill and Roman Heard, right, accept the Community Spirit Awards for the town of Maplesville.
Tammy Hammock, right, owner of Farmhouse Cafe, was a winner of the Community Spirit Award for the city of Thorsby.
Todd Bowen won a Community Spirit Award for the city of Thorsby.
Hannah Wilson, right, of Special in a Small Town was the recipient of one of the Community Spirit awards for Chilton County.
Tondia Harrell Wilson was the recipient of one of the Community Spirit awards for Chilton County for her volunteerism.
Photo by Carey Reeder | Staff Writer
Chilton County community members were recognized at the 2023 Chilton County Chamber of Commerce Banquet on Feb. 17.