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Elkins-Randolph County Chamber of Commerce presents awards

The Inter-Mountain photos by Haley Gordon From left are Lisa Wood, executive director for the Elkins-Randolph County Chamber of Commerce, Tom Dennison of Durbin Greenbrier Valley Railroad, Kristen Doss, executive director of the Snowshoe Foundation, Snowshoe Foundation president Frank Santmeyer, Snowshoe Foundation treasurer John Cart, Snowshoe Foundation vice-president Voras Haynes and Chamber President Jonathan Kyle. The Snowshoe Foundation was presented with the 2019 Non-Profit of the Year award for showing significant contributions to the community for the past year during the E-RCCC annual awards dinner at the Phil Gainer Community Center in Elkins recently.
From left are Elkins-Randolph County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Lisa Wood, Davis & Elkins College President Chris Wood, Jonnie Ann Lane Skidmore of Harman School and ERCCC President Jonathan Kyle. Skidmore was presented with the 2019 Educator of the Year award.
From left are Elkins-Randolph County Chamber of Commerce President Jonathan Kyle, Elkins Main Street executive director Madalyn Humphrey and ERCCC executive director Lisa Wood. Humphrey was presented with the 2019 Young Leader of the Year award for making significant strides to improve Randolph County with her talent, progressive thinking and volunteer efforts.
From left are Elkins-Randolph County Chamber of Commerce president Jonathan Kyle, Sydney Kesling of Anytime Fitness, Kenny George of Allegheny Insurance Services and ERCCC executive director Lisa Wood. George was presented with the 2019 Business Man of the Year award.
From left are Elkins-Randolph County Chamber of Commerce executive director Lisa Wood, Richard T. ‘Dick’ Harvey of Mountain Valley Bank and ERCCC president Jonathan Kyle. Harvey was presented the Tom Williams Award of Distinction for his significant civic, charitable and community contributions.
From left are Elkins-Randolph County Chamber of Commerce executive director Lisa Wood, Adrianna Channel of Davis Trust Company, Lori Chenoweth of LMC & Associates and ERCCC president Jonathan Kyle. Chenoweth was presented the 2019 Business Woman of the Year award.
From left are Elkins-Randolph County Chamber of Commerce executive director Lisa Wood, The Inter-Mountain publisher Steve Herron, Michael Hayes of Mountain Gymnastics Academy and ERCCC president Jonathan Kyle. Hayes was presented with the 2019 Business of the Year award. Unable to attend the night’s festivities was his wife and co-owner of MGA Gail Hayes.
From left are Elkins-Randolph County Chamber of Commerce President Jonathan Kyle, Nathaniel S. Bonnell of Citizens Bank of West Virginia, Patricia Mayes of the Emma Scott Garden Club, Dave Cutlip of Elkins Main Street and ERCCC executive director Lisa Wood. Mayes and Cutlip were presented with the 2019 Citizens of the Year award.

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