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2 1 3 4 5 6 7 Shining a Spotlight on Contributors to Dublin at the 34th Annual Recognition Luncheon The Dublin Chamber of Commerce and more than 200 attendees celebrated the holiday season while honoring outstanding members of the business community at the Recognition Luncheon on Dec. 6 at the Muirfield Village Golf Club Pavilion. At the event, Honda Marysville, Performance Columbus and IMPACT60 were honored with the Spotlight Dublin Award for bringing positive national attention to Dublin. The Dublin Chamber also recognized two outstanding community leaders at the event. Jennifer Amorose with the Dublin Chamber was selected by Chamber Board President Scott Estep to receive the 2019 Dublin Chamber President’s Award, and retired business professional Gary Gassin was named 2019 Volunteer of the Year. 1. Dublin Chamber president Scott Estep; Dublin Chamber President’s Award Recipient Jennifer Amorose; State Senator Stephanie Kunze. 2. Dublin Chamber president-elect Bill Andrews; Dublin Chamber executive director Margie Amorose; Spotlight Dublin Award Recipients Shelby and Bruce Daniels; State Senator Stephanie Kunze; Dublin Chamber board member Maribel Delfaus. 3. Volunteer of the Year Award Recipient Gary Gassin with his wife Barb Gassin. 4. Clint Nicol and Maribel Dalfaus, Cardinal Health; Sharon Kendall, Destinations by Design; Marian Vordermark; Alicia Nesline Shaw, Carlile Patchen & Murphy LLC. 5. Nationwide Children’s Hospital attendees AJ Principe, Jackie Barnhart, Jim Marrie, and Emily Weakley. 6. Guests enjoy the festivities at the Recognition Luncheon. 7. Nanon Morrison, Maryhaven; Lavona See, IMPACT60 and Honda Marysville; James White, Performance Columbus; Donna Blanch, Nationwide; Union Co. Sheriff Jamie Patton; and Rick Crago, House of Spirits/Leon’s Garage. Special thanks to the following sponsors for making the Recognition Luncheon an extraordinary event: