Awards given to long-standing Cassville businesses

Wednesday, August 12, 2015
Mindi Artherton, left, former director of the Cassville Area Chamber of Commerce, hugs Gary Whyte, representing the Hillbilly Golf Tournament committee, after he recognized her for her six years of service at the Chamber. Artherton is now working part time for the Cassville School District as the community liason. Kyle Troutman editor@cassville-democrat.com

Mindi Artherton, left, former director of the Cassville Area Chamber of Commerce, hugs Gary Whyte, representing the Hillbilly Golf Tournament committee, after he recognized her for her six years of service at the Chamber.

Following the first day of competition in the Hillbilly Golf Tournament at the Cassville Golf Club Thursday, a crowd gathered for dinner and to see the Industrial Development Corporation hand out two awards to long-standing Cassville businesses, and to recognize Mindi Artherton for her six years spent at the Cassville Area Chamber of Commerce. Kyle Troutman editor@cassville-democrat.com
Stu Gatley, middle, and Dennis Ledgerwood, right, both with Regal, accept a plaque from Annette Henderson, representing the Industrial Development Corporation, honoring Regal for its 40-year milestone of business in Cassville. Kyle Troutman editor@cassville-democrat.com
Jacob Brower, publisher of the Cassville Democrat, accepts a plaque from Annette Henderson, representing the Industrial Development Corporation, honoring the newspaper for its 145-year milestone of business in Cassville. Also honored was Bob Mitchell, whose family owned and operated the Cassville Democrat for more than 120 years. Kyle Troutman editor@cassville-democrat.com
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