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By Trishna Buch
The perks of living in cities that are as tight-knit as Texas
City and La Marque are, means that everyone knows
everyone, and everyone gets along with everyone.
And what makes Texas City and La Marque even more
special, is the fact that people from our cities around
Galveston County will take the time to visit these two
cities, due to the friendliness of its people. People who
frequent Texas City and La Marque are known for their
positive attitudes, friendliness and hard-working nature.
Now you have a chance to give these individuals the
recognition they deserve, thanks to the Texas City-La
Marque chamber of commerce’s 48th Annual Banquet,
taking place next year. This banquet will be honoring
two individuals—the Outstanding Citizen Of The Year
and the winner of the Leslie Hayley Community Service
Award—as well as recognizing the Small Business Of
The Year. You have the opportunity to make your nominations
for all three categories by emailing derek@texascitychamber.
com. You must also include attachments
that support your nomination, and all nominations must
be in by January 3rd. The event itself takes place on
January 18th.
The recipient of the Outstanding Citizen Of The Year
award is an individual who has shown exemplary community
service, and seen numerous accomplishments,
in 2017. Previous award winners include Keith Casey
in 2012, Kirk Broiles in 2014 and Cynthia Lusignolo in
2016.
The recipient of the Leslie Hayley Community Service
Award is an individual who has continuously “demonstrated
unselfish commitment to our community over the
past several years.” These are the individuals who are
always out there, helping others and making the cities
a better place to live, work and spend time in. Previous
winners include Connie Bradley in 2013 and Jose Boix
in 2015.
Lastly, the recipient of the Small Business Of The
Year award is a small, local, business—with less than
100 employees—“which has experienced outstanding
growth, demonstrated involvement in community service,
and/or received accomplishments or awards during
2017.” Previous winners include Food King in 2012,
Texas First Bank in 2013 and A-Z Trophies & Fence &
Guaranteed Roofing.
If you have an individual or business in mind that you
feel deserves to be recognized, please email your nomination
to derek@texascitychamber.com by the deadline.
We have so many amazing people and businesses in
our vicinity, that recognizing them is the least we can
do. If you have any questions or need more information,
email lorrie@texascitychamber.com.

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