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Exeter honors volunteer’s at annual banquet

Exeter honors volunteer’s at annual banquet


Exeter’s Man and Woman of the Year, Heritage, Beautification and Business of the Year will be honored at the Exeter Chamber of Commerce 91st Annual Banquet, Feb. 22 at the Exeter Memorial Building.

The event honors those who’s commitment, dedication and teamwork has made a positive impact on the people, quality of life and the business community of Exeter.

The 2013 honorees are:

• Woman of the Year

Valerie Agahi

• Man of the Year

Stan Dillion

• Heritage Award

Sally Brewer &

David Nielsen

• Business of the Year

Exeter Lions Club

• Beautifucation Award

Rocky Hill

Community Church

• Recycler of the Year

Dan Espinola,

Exeter Public Works


In the case of Business of the Year, the award is given to a company that has made a community impact, developing a positive workforce and strong business principles. The beautification criteria is businesses that constantly work towards beautification, pride in business and community and by setting examples for others. The purpose of the awards is to increase public awareness of the vital role business plays within the community and to bestow recognition on these businesses that have achieved excellence in their field.

Sunset Waste Systems is proud to announce their 3rd Annual Recycler of the Year Award is Dan Espinola, Operations Manager City of Exeter Public Works who is being recognized as an Organization, Business, Individual, School or Recycling Education Program that fits the criteria and who contributes to the recycling efforts in the City of Exeter.

The Exeter Annual Banquet, will be February 22, 6 p.m. at the Exeter Veterans Memorial Building. Tickets are $40.00 each and are available at the Exeter Chamber of Commerce.

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