Warren Boehm, Leila Bell and Robin Goldsworthy congratulate Sue Present of CV Tow on business of the year.
Members of the Crescenta Valley Chamber of Commerce board of directors surprised several community leaders when they presented certificates honoring them for their work. The honorees will be celebrated at a recognition dinner held in November. Safety personnel were selected from their respective agencies: CHP – Officer Manuel Rodriguez; Sheriff – Deputy Michael Winter; GPD – Officer Peter Robinson; LAcoFire – Firefighter Specialist Kevin White.
A new category was added this year. The winner of the CV Don Carpenter Award will be presented as a surprise the night of the recognition dinner.
For more information, including purchasing tickets for the recognition dinner, call the Crescenta Valley Chamber of commer at (818) 248-4957.
Carol Huntwork of the La Crescenta Woman’s Club, named organization of the year, receives the club’s certificate from Leonard Ghazarian.
CVHS principal Linda June and chamber president Leonard Ghazarian congratulated teacher Greg Neat on being selected as educator of the year.
Linda Junge and Leonard Ghazarian congratulated student of the year and CVHS ASB president Joy
Members of the VFW and American Legion (from left) Jim Turner, Roy Allmon, Andy Gero, Mike Baldwin, Evan Mader were pleased to receive the beautification award for their work on the memorial wall at Two Strike Park.
Leonard Ghazarian shakes the hand of the woman of the year Cheryl Davis at the Crescenta Valley Town Council meeting. Davis is the president of the CVTC.
Julie Dowse was surprised by being recognized as volunteer of the year.