January 6, 2018, 7:19 am

Joshua Morrison/News
Award winners at the Knox County Chamber of Commerce Awards Ceremony and General Meeting are, front row, from left, Matt Starr of Kokosing River Productions, Small Business of the Year Award; Cheri Butcher of First-Knox National Bank, the Paul Slaughter Volunteer of the Year Award; Vickie Sant, First-Knox National Bank, receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award; Mark Kohlman with Kenyon College, Heart Award; and Jeffry Harris, Area Development Foundation, received the Quality of Life Award; and back row, Tammy Coakley, Judy Klavins Ambassador of the Year; Mitch Durbin of Ver-Mac Industries, Business of the Year; Kathy Greenich of the Knox County Career Center, Women in Business Leadership Award; Ashley Didinger of KSAAT (Knox Substance Abuse Action Team), Investor in the Future Award; and Michael Percy of the Foundation Park Conservancy, Environmental Sustainability Award.

 

Joshua Morrison/News Award winners at the Knox County Chamber of Commerce Awards Ceremony and General Meeting are, front row, from left, Matt Starr of Kokosing River Productions, Small Business of the Year Award; Cheri Butcher of First-Knox National Bank, the Paul Slaughter Volunteer of the Year Award; Vickie Sant, First-Knox National Bank, receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award; Mark Kohlman with Kenyon College, Heart Award; and Jeffry Harris, Area Development Foundation, received the Quality of Life Award; and back row, Tammy Coakley, Judy Klavins Ambassador of the Year; Mitch Durbin of Ver-Mac Industries, Business of the Year; Kathy Greenich of the Knox County Career Center, Women in Business Leadership Award; Ashley Didinger of KSAAT (Knox Substance Abuse Action Team), Investor in the Future Award; and Michael Percy of the Foundation Park Conservancy, Environmental Sustainability Award. Request this photo

 

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