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By Jack H. Smith
Three Forks Voice 

Chamber hosts annual dinner

 


After having the event canceled in 2020, there were plenty of smiles at the recent Three Forks Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner and Meeting at the Headwaters Ranch.

Diane Phillips was recognized for her years of work with the Farmer's Market at the recent Three Forks Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner and Meeting. Voice photo by Melissa Jenkins

Chamber Executive Director Melissa Jenkins was ecstatic for the return of the dinner and other bigger events in Gallatin County.

"The people that attended had a great time. We had a great silent auction with many wonderful items that were donated by area businesses," she said. "It was so nice to be able to share what the Chamber has been doing the past two years, as well as to inform newcomers what we do to help members."

One of the highlights of the 2021 dinner was the recognition of Diane Phillips. She received a certificate of appreciation and lifetime vendor spot for her numerous years of service and helped build the Three Forks Farmer's Market.

"She (Phillips) has been a true asset," Jenkins said.

Board member Chuck Wambeke also gave a brief presentation on Envision Three Forks, the five-year update of the City of Three Forks Growth Policy.

 

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