Thursday, December 14, 2017

Chamber Holds Christmas Luncheon, Announces Contest Winners

Anchor Financial Services of Sallisaw was named the Sallisaw Chamber of Commerce Business of the Month for December at the chamber’s membership luncheon on Wednesday. At the award presentation are, from the left, Cheryl Mills, chamber presdient, Mary Bowen, Anchor Financial Services manager; and Davonna Oliver Carroll, assistant manager.

The Sallisaw Chamber of Commerce closed out the year with the annual December Membership Luncheon held at the First United Methodist Church in Sallisaw.

During the luncheon the winners in the Christmas parade on Saturday were announced. They are:

-School Division: Indian Capital Technology Center, first; Cub Scouts, second; and Diamond Dazzlers, third.

-Business Division: National Bank of Sallisaw, first; McDonalds, second; and Garden Walk Apartments, third;

-Churches and Organizations: Sallisaw Police Family, first; Old Sallisaw High School Association, second; and Apostolic Faith Church, third.

The awards included a trophy and $125 for first, $100 for second, and $75 for third place.

The winners in the chamber’s storefront decoration contest were also announced. See the winners in the photos below.

Judy Martens, the chamber executive vice president, also announced the new chamber directors are Dr. Chris Orendorff, Marley Abell, Dr. Aubrey Henshaw and David Hadley.

Christmas entertainment was provided by the Liberty Elementary fourth graders, and Cazadores Mexican Restaurant catered the luncheon.

The Sallisaw Chamber of Commerce announced the Christmas Storefront Decoration winners at the chamber’s December membership luncheon. First place winner in the east division was the Sallisaw Tag Agency. At the award presentation are, from the left, Cheryl Mills, chamber president; Judy Martens, the chamber’s executive vice president; and Mirna Duke and Kylie Rutherford from the tag agency.

Greenleaf Properties was named the winner of the Sallisaw Chamber of Commerce Christmas Storefront decoration contest for the west end at the chamber’s December membership luncheon on Wednesday. At the award presentation are, from the left, Cheryl Mills, chamber president; Judy Martens, the chamber’s executive vice president; and Rhonda Lewis-Merrill, Rachael Clifton and Tony Venters from Greenleaf Properties. 


Village West Apartments in Sallisaw won second place in the Sallisaw Chamber of Commerce Christmas Storefront decoration contest for the west end at the chamber’s December membership luncheon on Wednesday. At the award presentation are, from the left, Cheryl Mills, chamber president; Judy Martens, the chamber’s executive vice president; and Angie Crawford and Billie Spears from Village West Apartments.


National Bank of Sallisaw won second place in the Sallisaw Chamber of Commerce Christmas Storefront decoration contest for the east end at the chamber’s December membership luncheon on Wednesday. At the award presentation are, from the left, Cheryl Mills, chamber president; Judy Martens, the chamber’s executive vice president; and Glenda Callahan from National Bank. 

The Old Sallisaw High School Association won first place in the central division of the Sallisaw Chamber of Commerce Christmas Storefront decoration contest. The awards were presented Wednesday at the chamber’s December membership luncheon. At the presentation are, from the left, Cheryl Mills, chamber president; Judy Martens, the chamber’s executive vice president; and Jackie Pop from the Old High School Association.
 
 The Sallisaw Police Department won second in the Sallisaw Chamber of Commerce Christmas Storefront decoration contest for the city’s central division. The awards were presented at the chamber’s December membership luncheon on Wednesday. At the award presentation are, from the left, Cheryl Mills, chamber president; Judy Martens, the chamber’s executive vice president; and Sallisaw Police Chief Terry Franklin.



Sally Maxwell, Senior News Director

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