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Hopkins County Chamber Honors Outstanding Community Members

Hopkins County came together once again to celebrate the exceptional contributions of its community members at the 97th Annual Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce Membership Banquet. The event, which drew a sell-out crowd, honored individuals and businesses across various categories.

Among the recipients were:

  • Jerry Pritchett, who was awarded Caregiver of the Year.
  • Main Street Theater, recognized with the Growth and Renewal Award.
  • Kim Beck, honored as Ambassador of the Year.
  • Billie Ruth Standbridge, recipient of the Vision Award.
  • Wade Bartley's Help a Child Benefit, which received the Community Pride Award.
  • Holly Self, Nurse at Como-Pickton CISD, awarded Educator of the Year Auxiliary.
  • Renee Smith of Rowena Johnson Primary, celebrated as Para-Professional of the Year.
  • Renee Maeker, SSHS Spanish Teacher, acknowledged as Professional of the Year.
  • Karl and Kelli Ebel, recognized as the Agricultural Family of the Year.
  • Sharla Tanton Campbell, honored as Woman of the Year.
  • Slaughter’s Barbecue, named Small Business of the Year.
  • D-6 Incorporated, awarded Large Business of the Year.
  • Don Sapaugh, celebrated as Citizen of the Year.

The banquet served as a platform to showcase the diverse talents and dedicated service of individuals and businesses within the Hopkins County community, highlighting their significant impact and commitment to excellence.




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