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January 23, 2013

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“Other live and silent auction items donated included oil changes, gift cards and certificates, auto details, TV and a Keurig coffee machine, to name a few generous donations,” McNutt said, adding that all donors and recipients will be listed on the chamber website next week.

McNutt said the dessert auction was awesome again this year.

“I don’t know how many cakes there were. We had lots of pies this year in addition to the many cakes, cookies and cake balls donated by many community members. It was a delicious way to earn a little extra money for the chamber. I appreciate all the donations.”

Sullivan and Darry Stacy, county commissioners, and Dist. 20 Rep. Bobby Cleveland, several Noble City council members and Mayor Mark Easton attended the gala.

Stead presented the following awards:

· Matt Branstetter of Braevest Investments won Volunteer of the Year.

· Bob Wade won Chamber Member of the Year.

· MJ Brienan of Back Office Success and Karen Weigel Primrose Funeral Services won Above and Beyond Awards.

New board members include Holly Moreu of Loving Care, vice president of membership and president elect; Johnnell Jones of Republic Bank and Trust, vice president of member services; Robin Parker, president of Noble Now, treasurer; Jocelyn Pedersen of Great Writing works, secretary; and Robin Stead, attorney at law, immediate past president.

Current board members whose positions expire at the end of 2013 include Terry Beam, owner of Terry’s Market; Keith Springstead, Noble’s chief of police; and a recently vacated position, which will be filled soon.

Board members whose positions expire at the end of 2014 include Andrew Seamans, owner of D5 Architecture; Dr. Jacob Smith of Classic Vision; and Melinda Humphrey of GoSmallBiz.

Board members whose positions expire at the end of 2015 include Brian Houck, owner of New Leaf Nutrition; Russell Nabors of The Dental Lodge; and Tom Thomas of Farmer’s Insurance.

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