IN THE NEWS
CHAMBER ANNUAL AWARDS DINNER
April 29, 2019, ELKINS — The Elkins-Randolph County Chamber presented nine major awards during “A Magical Evening” the Chamber’s Annual Dinner & Awards Celebration at the Phil Gainer Center. Entertainment was provided by the Old Brick Players featuring The Alpine School of Virtue and Magic.
This year’s award recipients were:
Tomblyn Funeral Home, Business of the Year; Pat Schoonover, Citizen of the Year; St. Patrick’s Women and Men of Coalton, Non-profit of the Year; Taira Gainer Landavere, Young Leader of the Year; Leslie Louk, Educator of the Year; Wendy Morgan, Chamber Member of the Year; Hugh Hitchcock, Business Man of the Year; Jodie Parrack, Business Woman of the Year; and Bob Wamsley, The Tom Williams Award of Distiction for Community Service.
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4th of July Collaboration
July 6, 2019, ELKINS — The 4th of July Celebration in Downtown Elkins was a collaborative effort between the Elkins-Randolph County Chamber, Elkins Main Street, Our Town (Mountain State Street Machines), Elkins-Randolph Tourism, the City of Elkins, and the Randolph County Commission.
The celebration began Friday evening with First Friday sponsored by Elkins Main Street and the 2019 MSSM Car Extravaganza. The car show continued Saturday. That evening, between multiple rain showers and lightening bursts, the Chamber hosted a concert featuring Santa Cruz Band. The concert ended early due to rain, but the fireworks went off anyway. Sponsors for the fireworks and concert were the Randolph County Commission, the City of Elkins, Davis & Elkins College, Anytime Fitness, and National Management Resources Corporation.
The car show wrapped up the weekend on Sunday morning. The Chamber and all the collaborators and sponsors thank the community for participating in the 2019 4th of July Celebration!
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