Sunday, April 14, 2024

Southlake Chamber Recognizes City of Southlake and Councilmember Kathy Talley at 2022 Awards Banquet

The City of Southlake was honored with the Legacy Award from the Southlake Chamber of Commerce.

The chamber recently held its 2022 Awards Banquet at The Marq Southlake to highlight individuals and businesses for their accomplishments in the community, service, and business.

The City of Southlake was recognized for our engagement, support, and demonstrated history of good deeds as well as impacting the lives of those who live within the Southlake community.

“For the last 38 years, the city has displayed continuous support to the chamber and the business community, and we sincerely appreciate it,” President and CEO of the Southlake Chamber of Commerce Mark Guilbert said.

City Councilmember Kathy Talley was also among the award recipients recognized at this event. She was honored with one of the President’s Awards for her exemplary service to the Southlake Chamber of Commerce through the dedication of time, resources, and ideas that have served to enhance chamber success and opportunities.

“This is the night when we honor those in the Southlake community that have made positive changes in our Chamber and in the city and set an example for others to follow with their initiative, creativity, and energy,” said Guilbert.

Awards presented on June 17 included:

  • Citizen of the Year, Kush Rao
  • Legacy Award, City of Southlake
  • Chairman’s Award, Pastor Sterling Smith
  • President’s Award, Michael Young and Kathy Talley
  • Civic Group of the Year, GRACE
  • Director of the Year, Karl Chester
  • Corporate Business of the Year, Cambria Hotel & Suites Southlake DFW
  • Small Business of the Year, Selph Marketing
  • Volunteer of the Year, Lynda and Robert Warner
  • Ambassador of the Year, Bill Tait III
  • Youth of the Year, Zach Lacy

For more information about the Southlake Chamber of Commerce, please visit their website. To learn more about the Southlake business community, please visit Select Southlake.

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