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Congratulations to all of the amazing award recipients! The brutal weather didn't stop 150+ attendees from celebrating at the Annual Banquet & Awards. Award Recipients include: Lifetime Achievement: Larry Vietz, former president Spearfish Regional Hospital (Accepting the award Marsha Olson, Finance Director/Controller and Karyla Dahl, Executive Assistant to the President) Spirit of Spearfish: Beth Benning, Retired City of Spearfish Finance Officer (unpictured) Micropolitan Award: Black Hills Food Hub (Pictured Dr. Rachel Headley and Sustainability Coordinator Petrika Peters, Unpictured: Food Hub Manager Jessica Stori) Young Professional of the Year: Jennifer Jungwirth, Student Teacher, Spearfish Middle School and former SEDC Administrative and Marketing Coordinator Beautification Award: Qdoba Mexican Eats & Spearfish City Brew owned by Joe (pictured) and Collen Conklin and Traci Barkey Lifetime Achievement: Barb Cline, Executive Director of Prairie Hills Transit. Thank you to everyone who dedicates their time and resources to Spearfish and the Chamber of Commerce. We appreciate everything you do. Also pictured Spearfish Chamber Executive Board Angie Black, Spearfish Holiday Inn Convention Center, Kelsie Darling, Quik Signs, and Jenni Tucker, Help-U-Rent, Black Hills Blinds, & Black Hills Vacation Homes. Photo credit Ryan Shippy. (Pictures in respective order)
The 2018 Lawrence County District 31 Legislative Cracker Barrels dates have been announced: Saturday, February 10, at 9a.m at the BHSU Joy Center in Spearfish and Saturday, February 17, at 10a.m. at the Deadwood Visitor Center. Legislative Cracker Barrels in your area offer access to your local legislators, as well as the chance to hear their answers on a variety of legislative topics. Representative Turbiville, Representative Johns and Senator Ewing sit as a panel to give updates on the current legislative session. Our legislators are also available at that time to answer questions from the audience. All are welcome to attend. Cracker Barrel: Back in the 1800’s rural town’s people would oftentimes gather around the “cracker barrels” at the country store to informally discuss politics and other news of the day. Just as the yesteryears, today’s cracker barrels informative yet informal and respectful. The District 31 Lawrence County Cracker Barrels are organized by the Spearfish and Deadwood Chambers to give the community an opportunity to meet with our elected officials.