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The Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce will recognize those deserving individuals, groups and businesses who have demonstrated excellence and community leadership in business, volunteer activities and achievement within the Pleasanton community on Monday, March 25, 2019 at the Firehouse Arts Center. The Community Service Awards began in 1963 to recognize good people doing great things in the community and since then hundreds of recipients have been honored.
The honorees for the 56th Annual Community Service Awards are:
BLACK TIE TRANSPORTATION and OMNI FIGHT CLUB
For businesses that have provided philanthropic service beyond the scope of normal business activity.
Excellence in Business
OGDEN COSTA CREATIVE GROUP
For businesses that have made a positive impact in the Pleasanton community through their achievement within the scope of normal business activity.
Distinguished Individual Service
JOE CARLUCCI and SUSAN HAYES
For individuals who have contributed to Pleasanton through exceptional service to the community or philanthropic efforts.
Excellence in Service
For organizations that have contributed to Pleasanton.
SABIO ON MAIN
For businesses that promote sustainable environmental business practices throughout their organization for the benefit of employees, customers or the community.
TED C. FAIRFIELD
For individuals who have contributed to Pleasanton through exceptional service to the community or philanthropic efforts over the whole of a career.
The Chamber is also pleased to announce a new award for this annual event, the Chevron Fuel Your School Teacher Award. Chevron has partnered with the Chamber and will be presenting an award focused on education to a teacher in the Pleasanton Unified School District.This year's honoree is KELLY LACK, a 5th grade teacher at Fairlands Elementary. Chevron's Fuel Your School program is available to help fund classroom projects posted by K-12 public school teachers on DonorsChoose.org. The Fuel Your School program is part of Chevron's overall support for education, which has totaled over $400 million worldwide since 2013, helping to provide teachers with the tools to prepare students for the jobs of the future.
This event, sponsored by the Alameda County Fair, Chevron, Eddie Papa's, Golden 1 Credit Union, Primrose Bakery, Strizzi's Catering and Stanford Health Care-Valley Care, will celebrate amazing people who go the extra mile to make Pleasanton a fabulous place to live and do business. The public is invited to attend this fun-filled evening beginning at 6:00 p.m. with a hosted bar and heavy hors' doeuvres as well as a silent auction followed by the awards presentation.
The Pleasanton Chamber presented six Community Service Awards in March of 2018: Business Philanthropy Award: Gina Piper, Better Homes and Gardens Tri-Valley Realty; Excellence in Business Award: James Paxson, Hacienda; Excellence in Service Award: CityServe of the Tri-Valley; Distinguished Individual Service Award: Kirstin Litz and Pam Yeaw; Green Business Award: Go Green Initiative, Summer Intern Program.
Thank you to our sponsors