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Wellsville Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet this Saturday, tickets still available

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Drinks, dinner, and Adam Stack at the Wellsville Country Club

By Kathryn Ross, throwback photo from the 2015 banquet

WELSVILLE – There is still time to purchase tickets for the annual Wellsville Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Awards Dinner this Saturday.

The recognition dinner will take place at the Wellsville Country Club starting with cocktails at 5 p.m. and following with dinner at 6 p.m.  Adam Stack will entertain. Tickets cost $35.

Contact the Chamber of Commerce at 585-593-5080 or email MSC@WELLSVILLEAREACHAMBER.COM to purchase tickets.

Those to be honored at this year’s dinner are:

Large Business of the Year Ljunström-ARVOS. The business is celebrating its 100th anniversary in Wellsville this year. This international company has moved from building preheaters in its first decades to stepping into the field of green energy.

The Small Business of the Year Award will go to The Shop On Main owned by Katie Wallace. The business opened last Spring and while offering a line of clothing has recently branched out into serving gourmet coffee.

The community Service Award will go to Carrie Redman, President of the Wellsville Development Co. and Development Director at ARC.

The Spirit of Wellsville Award goes to Wellsville natives, sisters(and sisters-in-law) Jackie and Ann Comstock. They are involved in the library, members of the Jones memorial Hospital Board and also serve as officers of the Thelma Rogers Genealogical and Historical Society. The two also recently helped produce two Wellsville calendars and compiled a Walking Tour Map of Wellsville which is available in local shops and businesses and at the Nathaniel Dike Museum.

Read our story about The Shop on Main, who will be awarded Small Business of the Year:

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