New nonprofit recognized, citizens of the year named at chamber of commerce dinner

 

February 20, 2020

Caleb Vierkant/ Wrangell Sentinel

The awardees at the Wrangell Chamber of Commerce Dinner (left to right): Citizen of the Year Rich Einert, Citizen of the Year Vincent Balansag, Ryan Howe accepting the Educator of the Year Award on behalf of Jennifer Miller-Yancey, Young Leader of the Year Jing O'Brien, and Business of the Year Groundswell, represented by Angie Flickinger and Mya DeLong.

The Wrangell Chamber of Commerce held its annual dinner last Saturday evening. Community members from all over town came to the dinner, including several out-of-town guests such as Representative Dan Ortiz and Senator Bert Stedman. Like last year, the dinner served as an opportunity for the community to come together for a good meal and to participate in a number of auctions and raffles. The dinner also served as an opportunity to recognize people and organizations that really stood out over the previous year.

During the dinner, one of Wrangell's newest organizations was recognized. Wrangel...



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