Chamber holds annual banquet, meeting

MAYVILLE — The Mayville/Chautauqua Community Chamber of Commerce held its Annual Banquet and Meeting recently at Andriaccio’s Restaurant in Mayville. Guests in attendance were Sally Andriaccio, Chamber president, of Andriaccio’s Restaurant; Deborah Marsala, Chamber coordinator and Larry Marsala; Jean and Mike Lobaugh of My Blue Heaven LLC, award recipients; Riko Chandra and Jim Howard of Reverie Creamery; Hugh Butler, Chamber vice president, and Marsha Butler of Butler Systems Research & Design; Jonathan Courtis, Chamber secretary, of Schaack Nelson & Courtis, and guest Wayne Carlsson; Jordan Steves, Community board member, of Chautauqua Institution; Marty Bova, Community board member, of the village of Mayville, and Barb Bova; Don Emhardt, Chamber treasurer, of the town of Chautauqua, and Kathy Emhardt; Guy Ditonto from the Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce; Bryan Muecke of Camp Mission Meadows; Paul and Rose Stage of the Chautauqua Belle; Jay Baker of Chautauqua Lake Central School, award recipient, and Sharon Baker; and guest Bob Reynolds.

Elected to the Mayville/Chautauqua Community Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors were Jean Lobaugh, Muecke Butler of Butler Systems Research & Design. They will join fellow board members Andriaccio, Emhardt, Steves, Ben Spitzer of Chautauqua Lake Central School (Community Board Member), and Bova on the 2018 Board of Directors.

The Community Service Award was presented to the Chautauqua Lake Central School Manufacturers Club for their efforts in creating a unique partnership with community volunteers from local industry to create a hands-on learning experience for the students. The Business Improvement Award was presented to My Blue Heaven LLC. Owners Jean and Mike Lobaugh own two beautifully renovated bed and breakfasts on South Erie Street in the village of Mayville, My Blue Heaven and Sweet Harmony. Congratulations were extended to both recipients of this year’s awards.

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