Chamber Awards at Annual Dinner

November 25, 2015

The Plymouth Chamber of Commerce held their Annual Dinner on Thursday, November 19th, at the Swan Lake Resort. Entertainment was provided by The Backroad Troubadours – Mike Lintner and Randy Jones.  The evening ended with the presentation of awards.

The Plymouth Chamber of Commerce Awards were presented to:

ChamberDinner2015_DeanByersMr. Dean Byers for the Distinguished Business Person of the Year for his work at Habitat for Humanity.

ChamberDinner2015_MuseumThe Non Profit of the Year was the Marshall County Historical Society.

ChamberDinner2015_MooneysSmall Business of the Year award was given to Mooney’s Ice Cream Parlor and the

ChamberDinner2015_MartinsLarge Business of the Year award went to Martin’s Supermarket.

There year the Chamber presented Service to the Community Awards to:

ChamberDinner2015_PathfinderPathfinder Services for their 50 years,

ChamberDinner2015_OliverOliver Ford Lincoln for 60 years and

ChamberDinner2015_FelkeFelke Florist for 160 years.

Plymouth Chamber Board of Directors Service Awards were presented to: Mr. Adam Lukenbill who has been on the Board of Director for 6 years and to Mr. Thomas Blackburn for his 6 years of service.

ChamberDinner2015_LitnerThe Key to the City of Plymouth was presented by Mayor Mark Senter to Mr. Mike Lintner for his 30 years of dedicated service to Marshall Starke Development Center.