Keller Chamber of Commerce recognizes local businesses

The Keller ISD Education Foundation was named Non-Profit of the Year by the Greater Keller Chamber of Commerce at an awards luncheon Jan. 22. (Courtesy Keller Chamber)
The Keller ISD Education Foundation was named Non-Profit of the Year by the Greater Keller Chamber of Commerce at an awards luncheon Jan. 22. (Courtesy Keller Chamber)

The Keller ISD Education Foundation was named Non-Profit of the Year by the Greater Keller Chamber of Commerce at an awards luncheon Jan. 22. (Courtesy Keller Chamber)

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The Rotary Club of Keller earned the Community Service Award during the Greater Keller Chamber of Commerce awards luncheon on Jan. 22. (Courtesy Keller Chamber)
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Providence Bank of Texas was named Small Business of the Year by the Greater Keller Chamber of Commerce at an awards luncheon Jan. 22. (Courtesy Keller Chamber)
The annual Greater Keller Chamber of Commerce awards luncheon was held Jan. 22.

The chamber recognized a number of local businesses and individuals for their contributions throughout the year, including the Brenda Slovak Memorial Volunteer of the Year, Amy Brown.

The chamber named popular Latin street food restaurant Boca 31 as New Business of the Year, and Encompass Health Rehabilitation Hospitals earned the recognition of Large Business of the Year.

Elsewhere, the Keller ISD Education Foundation was named Non-Profit of the Year, and the Rotary Club of Keller earned the Community Service Award.

In addition, the Chamber Member of the Year was Donna Kirkwood, and the Greater Keller Small Business of the Year was awarded to Providence Bank of Texas.


The Greater Keller Chamber of Commerce awards luncheon was sponsored by CSI Renovations and Roofing as well as Cinch Cleaners, Edd’s Towing, CWD, Legacy at Bear Creek, Keller Old Town Funeral Home, Texas Health Hospital and First Financial Bank.
By Ian Pribanic
Ian Pribanic covers city government, transportation, business and education news for Community Impact Newspaper in the Keller-Roanoke-Northeast Fort Worth areas. A Washington D.C. native and University of North Texas graduate, Ian was previously an editor for papers in Oklahoma, West Texas and for Community Impact in New Braunfels.


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