Shannon Newth is speaker at Chamber Dinner
The Liberty County Chamber Annual Dinner was held Sunday, January 29th at the Inverness Bar & Supper Club. Over 60 people turned out to recognize Rlynn and Karen Rockman and Rock and Joanie Svennungsen for their years of service and dedication to the communities on the Hi-Line. For 40 years, Rockman’s provided compassionate and professional services as Rockman’s Funeral Chapel. The Svennungsen’s continued the optometric practice that Rock’s father began in 1953, and served the area for 37 years.
The guest speaker was KRTV news anchor, Shannon Newth, who shared several personal experiences of feedback she had received as a news anchor. Newth stressed the importance of being mindful of others by being thoughtful and kind in our daily interactions. In addition, she proposed building on the positive attributes of our community, as well as acknowledging what we can do better.
Sen. Russ Tempel and Tim Bronk, CJI Superintendent, spoke briefly and both were available to answer questions after the event.
To continue the Chamber’s efforts of community and businesses support and development, the 2017 Hangar Dance will be held on Saturday, March 18th at the Frontier Aviation Hangar. Make your reservations today by calling the Chamber office at 759-4848 or complete the reservation forms at Hi-Line Hardware, The Front Porch, The Grand Bar, Chester Pharmacy, or Liberty Quick Stop in Chester.
The Chamber encourages your input and assistance in promoting business, activities, and events that benefit our community. Please feel free to contact the Chamber office at 759-4848.Posted: by OverlieP