August 20th, 2016
Sargent Community Center
Social Hour 6:00-7:00 - Supper at 7:00
Pork loin Dinner - Speaker - Awards
Speaker: Caleb Pollard
Cash bar available
Following banquet, stick around for a card party and social time until midnight!
• Citizen of the Year
• Business of the Year
• Excellence in Customer Service
• Rising Star
Citizen of the Year nominees:
Mary Mason –She is helpful, friendly, active, and caring.
Larry Beitel – He was such an asset to the community. More so than many of us knew. Gone but not forgotten.
Louie Ropers Jr. – He is a fireman, always ready to help with benefits, funerals, with music at many occasions, Kid’s days fair, and volunteers at his church.
Connie Griebel – works many hours organizing, cleaning, storing, and moving the many items involved in the Sargent PEO’s garage sale fundraiser. The funds assist local young women’s education. Connie is a cheerful, energetic force committed to helping other women!
Business of the Year nominees:
Sargent Corner Market
First National Bank – Community owned – community minded.
Forget Me Not Shoppe – Jackie has had several weddings this year and funerals and has been able to complete everything on time and everything is beautiful.
KBEAR Country 92.3 – Sargent is mentioned a lot of times every day on the airways.
Thompsons Treasures – For the enormous amount of work done and their financial investment on the Junkathon. Many out of area people attend this event and spend money in Sargent. This years attendees were surprised to see how many great restaurants and antique stores are located in town. The whole town has benefited from Dave and Tami’s diligent efforts developing the Junkathon into a successful regional event.
Excellence in Customer Service nominees:
Jackie Ropers – She is always helping someone, not always with flowers. She helps with several community projects.
Trotter’s Whoa & Go Team
Rising Star Award nominees:
Trotter’s Whoa & Go – They support Third Saturday by changing the marquee sign to promote Sargent to all drivers on Highway 183. The number of people Trotter’s hires benefits the economic climate of the town.