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Page 6A B THE BEACON January 2019 Beacon USINESS NEWS ABOUT OUR ADVERTISERS Dearborn County Chamber Honors Members The Dearborn County Chamber of Commerce honored several businesses and individuals at their annual dinner. The Chamber also awarded the 2018 Lauren Hill Award. The Large Business of the Year award was presented to Ivy Tech Community Col- lege. The Small Business of the Year was given to Janet’s Diner located in Dillsboro. The DC Young Profession- als Award was given to the Hidden Valley Golf Club. Fi- nally, the AIM/Young Profes- sionals of Dearborn County Person of the Year was given to Andrea Ewan. The Lauren Hill Award went to Kevin Wang. Top Quality Build- ing Products, Inc. was noted for fifty years of business in Dearborn County. Spencer Ford, David Bach, Roger Ford, Carolyn Ford, and Austin Ford. CFS Hosts New York Times Bestselling Author Roger Ford, Founder, Wealth Advisor, and the Con- servative Financial Solutions’ Wealth Advisors, Spencer and Austin Ford, hosted the acclaimed financial author, David Bach. David Bach has helped millions of people around the world take action to live and finish rich. He’s one of America’s most trusted financial experts and best- selling financial authors of our time. He has written nine consecutive New York Times bestsellers, translated in over nineteen languages. His recent top-selling books include “Smart Couples Fin- ish Rich” and “Smart Women Finish Rich.” Over two hundred clients and guests gathered for the event. “A depth of knowl- edge is key when it comes to successful wealth strategies. I want my clients and guests to hear first-hand from renowned financial experts,” says Roger. “It is an honor hosting this annual event which brings financial professionals to the tri-state area.” The forum provided Con- servative Financial Solutions clients, guests, and monthly readers of his column in The Beacon, a unique opportunity to meet and hear from the famous author, David Bach. Highpoint Health 5K Successful Turnout Credibility • Advocacy • Education • Visibility What Can The Chamber Do For You? Just Ask! 812-537-0814 On a Fall Saturday morn- ing, former respiratory and cardiac patients, their families and friends, and Highpoint Health physicians, staff and supporters, joined the public to participate in the 5K Heart & Lung Health Run/Walk. Participants walked or ran on Dearborn Trails between Lawrenceburg and the trail’s bridge over Tanner’s Creek. Participants Cutting the ribbon just before the start of the Highpoint Health 5K Angie Johnson, R.N., B.S.N., Highpoint Health Director of Cardiac and Pulmonary Services; Richard Cardosi, M.D., Facility Director of the Highpoint Health Emergency Department; Nancy Kennedy, M.D., High- point Health Chief Medical Officer; Radu Zidarescu, M.D., Highpoint Health Physician Partners Pulmonologist and Critical Care Medicine Physician; Kelly Mollaun, Mayor of the City of Lawrenceburg; Michael W. Schwebler, High- point Health President and CEO; and his wife Beth. were assisted by forty-seven volunteers from Highpoint Health, Ivy Tech and Law- renceburg High School at the event. Highpoint Health Presi- dent and CEO Michael W. Schwebler and Lawrenceburg Mayor Kelly Mollaun both spoke at the start of the race to welcome and thank all who participated. Since 2010, the Highpoint Health Cardiac & Pulmonary Rehabilitation Department has sponsored the Run/Walk in partnership with the City of Lawrenceburg and the Lawrenceburg Conservancy District. Although no race certifica- tion is offered, many par- ticipants run the course. This year’s top finishers were: first place, Lee Fox of Hidden Valley; Lee Fox second place, Logan Ross of Manchester; third place, Tom Pollack of Aurora; and fourth place, Mark Minotti of Bowling Logan Ross Green, Kentucky. Friends and staff of the Highpoint Health Cardiac & Pulmonary Rehabilita- tion Department at the 5K Heart & Lung Health Run/ Walk. Many thanks go to the numer- ous donors who provided supplies and door prizes including The Beacon; Eva Carr; Dearborn County Convention, Visitor & Tom Pollack Tourism Bureau; Stacy Eaglin; Highpoint Health Administra- tion, Breast Care Cen- ter, Human Resources Mark Minotti and Labora- tory Depart- ments; Home Furniture; Caryn Hornberger; Mary Wernke; and Angie Johnson. Civil Engineer/Civil Engineer Technician Seig Surveying is a small land surveying firm that has been in business for 17 years, located in St. Leon, Indiana. 5 years minimum experience required. The use of AutoCAD Civil3D program required. Subdivision designs, roadway profiling, site plans residential, commercial onsite sewer design and grading. Please contact or our office 812-623-6700. 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