Celebrating Excellence

by | Mar 14, 2024 | Chamber News

The 68th Annual Chamber Awards Banquet, held this past Tuesday night, was an evening filled with celebration and recognition. It was such a joyous occasion where the community came together to honor outstanding individuals and businesses that have made significant contributions to the Town of Angier. 

Congratulations to Carolina Trash and Septic for being selected as the 2023 Business of the Year Award winner. This award recognizes a business that has demonstrated exceptional growth, innovation, and dedication to serving our community. This small business has consistently demonstrated excellence in waste management solutions while also actively giving back to the community. Their commitment to both their customers and the community at large sets them apart.  Their commitment to excellence serves as an inspiration to us all and the Chamber is so happy for their continued success.  

Pictured from left to right: Blake Babbitt, Theo Babbitt, Alex Babbitt, Dominique Babbitt, Julieta Romero, Thalia Mallory, Howard Babbitt.

Congratulations to Jimmy Cook, former Public Works Director and current Project Manager,  with the Town of Angier for being selected as the 2023 R.H. Ellington Citizen of the Year Award winner.  This honor is awarded to an individual who has shown exemplary leadership, compassion, and a drive to make a positive impact on the lives of others. His selfless dedication to improving our community is truly commendable and we are grateful for his unwavering commitment.  

Pictured from left to right: Angier Town Manager Elizabeth Krige, Angier Commissioner Sheveil Harmon, Angier Mayor Bob Jusnes, R.H. Ellington Citizen of the Year award winner Jimmy Cook, Angier Commissioner Ashley Strickland, Angier Commissioner Jim Kazakavage

Brittnie Lackey, who is employed at Allgood & Healthy,  was recognized with the President’s Award for her contributions and unwavering dedication to the community. Her commitment to making a positive impact has truly set her apart. 

Pictured from left to right: 2023 Angier Chamber of Commerce President Addison Allgood and President’s Award recipient Brittnie Lackey.

We extend our heartfelt congratulations to the award winners.  Your accomplishments are a testament of your hard work, passion, and unwavering dedication to making our community a better place for all. 

We extend our heartfelt gratitude to all our sponsors for their generous support of this timeless event. Their contributions made this event possible to be able to celebrate and honor excellence in the community.

Jabez Floristry

Senator Jim Burgin
First Bank – Angier
Coats Rental Properties

Award Sponsor
Mennella and Son Plumbing