By Tim Kowols
Custodians at Algoma School District, Ebert Enterprises, and Algoma Pizza Bowl are just a few of businesses and organizations to be honored by the Algoma Area Chamber of Commerce Monday during their Business, Industry, and Education Awards. Ebert Enterprises will be honored for the successful hosting of the 2017 Farm Technology Days and support of the community while Algoma Pizza Bowl is one of five businesses to earn Rose Awards for bringing beauty and new life to their buildings. Algoma School District Superintendent Nick Cochart is proud to see his custodians Steve Jerabek, Lori Everhard, Paul Kay, and Tim Schmidt get recognized for their efforts at their buildings as they balanced their workload with renovations and additions in recent years.
Ten businesses and organizations will be honored in six different categories by the Algoma Area Chamber of Commerce at a ceremony Monday night. You can see the full list of winners and information on the award banquet online with this story.
Business – Ebert Enterprises for a successful Farm Technology Days and continual leadership in the community and dairy industry.
Industry – Ahnapee Brewery for leadership and quality production of goods within one’s industry
Education – Custodians at Algoma High School, Lori Everard, Steve Jerabek, Paul Kay, and Tim Schmidt
Aesthetic – CTI Hospitality for an incredible remodel to their building at 507 Navarino St
Family – Forestville Builders for decades as a quality employer in the community with an exemplary reputation in the building industry.
Rose Awards – Algoma Pizza Bowl, BellaLuna’s Apothecary, The Book Corner, Contract Sales and Operations, and Fifth Steele Place for bringing beauty and new life to their buildings.
Presentation of awards will be held at Hotel Stebbins on Monday April 16th