Charter Member on the Board of Trustees
The Hoover Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors in the past year established a new organization, the Board of Trustees. This newly established group is a highly recognized and prestigious group that carries several benefits. Charter Membership is open only during the next few months.
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A Ribbon Cutting Ceremony was held February 3, 2015 at the new State Farm Insurance Agency of Mandy Pilgreen, the Mandy Pilgreen Agency, located at 1960 Braddock Drive in Hoover, 35226. Shown cutting the ribbon is Mandy Pilgreen, as her mother, Jackie Watts, holds the bow. They were joined by several friends and business associates from the State Farm home office, as well as several Hoover Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors. The agency can be reached at 205-396-5218, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Ribbon Cutting Ceremony was held Thursday, February 12, 2015 at the new Newk's Eatery, at 3780 Riverchase Village, Suite 100. Riverchase Village is at the intersection of Lorna Road and Montgomery Highway, across from Mercedes of Hoover. Shown cutting the ribbon is owner Todd Jackson while his wife, Sonya holds the bow. To the left of Mr. Jackson is Marketing Director Paige Gilliland, who set up the event. This Newk's also caters, and can be reached at 205-588-8624
A Ribbon Cutting Ceremony was held Friday, February 20, 2015, at the new Easter Seals of Birmingham Pediatric Facility located at 240 Commerce Parkway, Pelham 35124. Shown cutting the ribbon is Easter Seals of Birmingham Executive Director David Higgins, as Marketing Director Allison Nichols holds the bow. They are joined by several staff members, friends, and Hoover Chamber ambassadors. Hoover City Councilman John Lyda also attended, and is shown at the back-center. For information on this great facility, contact Allison Nichols at 205-942-6277
At the February Chamber Public Safety Awards Luncheon, The Police Officer of the Year was recognized, sponsored by Hendrick Hoover Auto Mall, with Officer James Bullock recognized as the 2014 Police Officer of the Year, and Sergeant Mike Lucas, Detective Wayne Weems, and Detective Kimberly Quattlebaum all recognized as finalists for their outstanding work during the year by Hoover Police Chief Nick Derzis. Shown is Hoover Police Chief Nick Derzis (left) with Officer James Bullock.
Joseph Ritchey, right, was recognized at the February Public Safety Awards Luncheon by Hoover Police Chief Nick Derzis for his outstanding work as the Detention Officer of the Year for 2014 in his work at the Hoover City Jail. This award is sponsored by Hendrick Hoover Auto Mall.
Kim Jones was recognized by Hoover Police Chief Nick Derzis as the 2014 Telecommunicator of the Year for her outstanding work in helping the Police Department and Fire Department in her duties, and in specific instances outlined by Chief Derzis. This award was sponsored by TurnerBatson Architects.
Firefighter-Paramedic Michael Thorin (left) was recognized at the February Chamber Public Safety Awards Luncheon as the Outstanding Firefighter of the Year by Hoover Fire Chief Chuck Wingate (center), and Firefighter-Paramedic-RN Wanda Durrett was recognized at the Outstanding Paramedic of the Year for 2014 at the luncheon. These two awards were sponsored by TurnerBatson Architects. TurnerBatson has sponsored these awards for some sixteen consecutive years.