Office Professionals Luncheon a huge success
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[April 29, 2011]
At the 2011 Office Professionals
Luncheon at the American Legion on Thursday, the Lincoln/Logan
County Chamber of Commerce celebrated office professionals in the
community. This year's event was sold out, with 200 individuals
coming together to celebrate excellence in the workplace.
The event was a great
midafternoon break with a catered luncheon by Pat and Roger Bay of
Lincoln Land Catering and a presentation of the "Slightly Off
Success Principles" of professional speaker Deb DiSandro. Deb shared
with the audience and demonstrated how letting go of the "super
syndrome" and embracing a more fun and realistic approach to
everyday challenges results in greater productivity, creativity and
The chamber thanks the State Bank of Lincoln, Deron
Powell State Farm and Graue Inc. for their generous speaker
At the luncheon, the Office Professional of the Year nominees
were recognized and the 2011 winner was announced: Virginia Ann
Davis of Eaton, who recently celebrated 32 years with the company.
The other nominees were Marilyn Armbrust, retired from Regions;
Pam Baker of Ag-Land FS; Vicky Bell of Abraham Lincoln Memorial
Hospital; Joann Coers of the Odd Fellows Grand Lodge; Krystal
Diebert of Christian Homes; Sharon Sheehan-Fak from the office of
Dr. James Wilmert; Jenni Humphres of Abraham Lincoln Memorial
Hospital; Bunny Laymon of Lincoln Chrysler Dodge Jeep; and Fran
Petersen of Stuart Solutions.
The 2011 award was made possible due to the generous sponsorship
by Eaton Corp. This award is given to an individual who does
outstanding work, is dedicated to his or her job, gives 110 percent,
and is always going that extra mile.
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The chamber thanks all those who attended the Office
Professionals Luncheon, along with the Hampton Inn for providing
accommodations for the speaker, and Action Rentals & Sales, Bank of
Chestnut, Chris Coyne State Farm and Sam Sorrento's for their
sponsorship of event tables.
Office Professionals Luncheon is an important part of the
chamber's vision to be an advocate for business by providing
leadership, programs and services that create, protect and enhance
the business environment for the benefit of chamber members and
Lincoln and Logan County.
[Text from file received from
the Lincoln/Logan County
Chamber of Commerce]