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February 4, 2013

Chamber Impact Award nominees released

Knoxville — The Knoxville Chamber of Commerce has announced the nominees for its annual Impact Awards. The nominees are: 

 

Business IMPACT of the Year

* 3M

* HCI Care Services

* Hube's Garage

* Knoxville Farmers' Market

* Pearson Brothers Construction

* United Methodist Church Women Almost Free Shop

• Weiler

Educator IMPACT of the Year

* ART 101 - Frank and Felix Mathias

* Dr. Bob Leonard - KNIA/KRLS 

* Carla Ramirez - Northstar Elementary

* Katie Davis - Northstar Elementary

* Mike Montgomery - West Elementary

* Randy Wilson - Athletic Director Knoxville High School

Agricultural IMPACT of the Year

* Brent Hanna - Retired Ag Teacher, Former FFA Advisor - Knoxville High School

* Crooked Gap Farm - Ethan and Rebecca Book

* Jim Jones - Barker Implement

Volunteer IMPACT of the Year

* American Legion/VFW Honor Gaurd/ Color Gaurd

* Chuck Galeazzi

* David Thomas

* Dylan Morse

* Ladd Montegna

* Pat Schrad

Matthew C. Job "Pride In Knoxville" Award

* Dylan Morse

* Joel Johnson

* Knoxville Board of Education

* Knoxville Hy-Vee

* Knoxville Streetscape Committee

Winners will be announced Saturday night at the Chamber's annual Banquet. The event begins with a social hour at 5 p.m. at the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame and Museum. Tickets are $25 each and are still available. 

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