Gallery: 2023 Brookhaven-Lincoln County Chamber honors
Published 4:00 pm Wednesday, February 1, 2023
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The 2023 Educators of the Year were, from left, Dr. Kevin McKone (Copiah-Lincoln Community College), Chamber Executive Director Garrick Combs, Dawn Freeman (Brookhaven Academy), Amy Rutland (Brookhaven High School), and (not pictured) Vickie Malone (Mississippi School of the Arts) and Amber Haralson (Enterprise/Lincoln County).
PJ's Coffee was named Business of the Year.
Walmart Distribution Center 6011 was named Industry of the Year.
Lincoln County Sheriff Department’s Master Sergeant Investigator Andrew Montgomery was named First Responder of the Year. He is pictured with his wife, Chamber director Garrick Combs and Sheriff Steve Rushing.
Garrick Combs, 2022 Chamber president, passes the gavel to the 2023 president, Bill Boerner.
Lincoln County musician and pastor and Brookhaven business owner Tyler Bridge played soft guitar songs prior to the presentations.
The Brookhaven-Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce had is annual banquet Tuesday night at The Club at Ole Brook.
Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office Master Sergeant Investigator Andrew Montgomery was named First Responder of the Year.
Business of the Year was presented to PJ’s Coffee.
Industry of the Year was Walmart Distribution Center 6011.
Amber Haralson of Enterprise Attendance Center was named Lincoln County Educator of the Year.
Brookhaven Academy’s Dawn Freeman was named BA Educator of the Year.
Brookhaven High School teacher Amy Rutland was awarded Brookhaven Educator of the Year.
Vickie Malone was named Educator of the Year for Mississippi School of the Arts.
Dr. Kevin McKone was awarded Educator of the Year for Copiah-Lincoln Community College.