Hamilton chamber serves up awards for Dinner on First

Hamilton Area Chamber of Commerce President Ethan Mattingly, right, presents Hamilton Police Chief Jordan Carter with the “Citizen of the Year” award during “Dinner on First. >

By Kathryn “Chazz” Hirschfeld
Staff writer

HAMILTON — The Hamilton Area Chamber of Commerce held its annual “Dinner on First” awards banquet on April 18 on First Avenue in downtown Hamilton.
Besides enjoying a delicious catered meal, the guests heard remarks from state representative Tracy Estes, who noted how beautiful the downtown area was and how fortunate Hamilton is to have such a great location for the dinner and awards ceremony.
As a way to show appreciation to chamber members, awards are presented annually in various categories to member business, with the votes being cast online by the citizens of Hamilton.
 A portion of the proceeds from the event, $1,000, was also awarded to the Hamilton Kiwanis Club, after their name was drawn from a list of non-profit organizations during the ceremony.
Businesses involved in catering the dinner included House of Plenty, Millhouse, Elder’s Tacos & Steak and Sweet E’s, with decorating and staging by Xtra Events & Parties.

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