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January 13, 2014

Chamber IMPACT award nominees announced

Knoxville — The Knoxville Chamber of Commerce has announced its nominees for the annual IMPACT community awards. The nominees are:

Business IMPACT of the Year

HCI Care Services

Iowa State Savings Bank

Peace Tree Brewing Co.

Super 8 Hotel

Robyn King

Dr. Steve Mott

Dr. Michael Van Natta

Educator IMPACT of the Year

HCI Care Services

Jean Brandt

Brent Hanna

Mary Hanna

Brian Mc Neill

Agricultural IMPACT of the Year

Brent Hanna

Will Prather

Dr. Michael Van Natta

Volunteer IMPACT of the Year

United Methodist Women Almost Free Shop

Beverly Jones

Dr. Steve Mott

Curt Schwanebeck

Ernie Smith

Dr. Michael Van Natta

Matthew C. Job "Pride in Knoxville" Award

Habitat for Humanity Marion County, Inc.

United Methodist Women Almost Free Shop

Elsie Kemp

Don & Margaret Long

Dr. Steve Mott

Brad & Pam Palmer

Ernie Smith

Dr. Michael Van Natta

Award winners will be announced at the Chamber's Annual Meeting/Banquet on Saturday, Feb. 1. The event runs from 6-9 p.m. at the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame and Museum. Tickets are $20 each and may be purchased at the Chamber Office or by calling 641-828-7555. 

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