Classifieds Business Directory Jobs Real Estate Autos Legal Notices ePubs Subscribe Archives
Today is October 6, 2015
home newssports feature opinion fyi society obits multimedia

Front Page » January 21, 2014 » Carbon County News » Castle Country native returns home for banquet
Published 623 days ago

Castle Country native returns home for banquet

Print PageEmail PageShareGet Reprints

Governor's Office Deputy for Community Outreach Michael Mower, an Emery County native, delivers the keynote address at last week's Carbon County Chamber of Commerce Banquet. Mower drew laughs and applause from the Castle Country crowd as he recalled his youth in the local area. Mower spoke of Price as an important piece of Utah's economic future before turning the banquet back over to host Nick Tatton. In addition to Mower's address, the Chamber honored several board members and businesses for their 2013 accomplishments. Children's Justice Center Director Shelly Wright also spoke during the Jan. 16 banquet, detailing the justice center's progress and thanking those in attendance for their ongoing commitment to Castle Country youth. During the banquet, a silent auction was held with all proceeds going directly to the center. The evening's festivities were capped with comments from Price City Mayor Joe Piccolo who concluded his address by administering the oath of office to the Chamber's 2014 Board of Directors. Make sure to see the Sun Advocate's Thursday edition for a full account of the evening's awards and speakers.

Print PageEmail PageShareGet Reprints

Top of Page

Article Photos  
Browse / enlarge – (1 total)
Print photo(s) with article
Get photo reprints on CD
NOTE: To print only the article and included photos, use the print photo(s) with article link above.
Carbon County News  
January 21, 2014
Recent Local News
Quick Links
Subscribe via RSS
Related Articles  
Related Stories

Best viewed with Firefox
Get Firefox

© Sun Advocate, 2000-2013. All rights reserved. All material found on this website, unless otherwise specified, is copyright and may not be reproduced without the explicit written permission from the publisher of the Sun Advocate.
Legal Notices & Terms of Use    Privacy Policy    Advertising Info    FAQ    Contact Us
  RSS Feeds    News on Your Site    Staff Information    Submitting Content    About Us