Non-Profit of the Year,
U Serve Libby, LLC
Customer Service Excellence,
Volunteer of the Year,
Libby Schools Educator of the Year,
Medical Facility of the Year, Northwest Community Health Center
Business of the Year,
Medical Provider of the Year,
Dr. Brad Black
Libby Leadership Award,
City of Libby Outstanding Employee,
On Wednesday, March 10, the Libby Area Chamber of Commerce officially
announced the winners of the 2020 Chamber Awards.
The Chamber’s annual awards banquet had been cancelled this past January due to several event restrictions still at play due to the COVID-19 pandemic, yet its annual awards tradition carried on in virtual fashion.
All seven chamber award categories were opened up to the community for online nomination submissions and the Chamber Board of Directors then chose this year’s winners from that nomination list.
The 2020 Chamber Award Winners
– Business of the Year, Managhan’s Furniture. This award recognizes the most dynamic businesses and its leaders who share a commitment to professional excellence, business growth and the community.
– Customer Service Excellence, Rosauers. This award acknowledges a business who has made an impact on customers due to their excellent customer service skills.
– Medical Facility of the Year, Northwest Community Health Center. This award recognizes a business that provides exceptional medical care with quality
service and a friendly atmosphere.
– Non-Profit of the Year, U Serve Libby. This award recognizes exemplary accomplishments by a local nonprofit organization, demonstrating excellence in five major areas in the pursuit of its mission: role in society, financial stability, fundraising, marketing and strategic alliances.
– Volunteer of the Year, Tammy Brown. This award recognizes an individual who has gone above and beyond the call of duty in volunteer service and through
enthusiasm and dedication, has set an example for future Libby volunteers.
– Medical Provider of the Year, Dr. Brad Black. This award recognizes an individual who has gone above and beyond the call of duty in their medical profession.
– Libby Leadership award, Alyssa Ramirez. This award recognizes an individual who has been inspirational in engaging others, acting as a catalyst to increase citizen involvement and increased participation in community organizations.
– Libby Public Schools Educator of the Year, Sarah Barrick. Barrick was nominated and ultimately selected by the school based on her service to the students of Libby.
– City of Libby Outstanding Employee, Kenny Rayome. The Water Treatment Plant Operator was nominated for his ability to think on his feet and come up with time and cost saving solutions have been beneficial to the City on numerous occasions. Rayome’s work ethic, forward thinking, and devotion are all factors that played a role in his nomination.