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Chamber announces nominees for 2018 Women of the Year

Local women nominated for Woman of the Year, Lifetime Achievement and more

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SOURCE: BENDCHAMBER.ORG
  • Source: bendchamber.org

The Bend Chamber of Commerce announced their 2018 nominees for their Women of the Year Awards.

On April 5, the Chamber will recognize select Central Oregon women for Woman of the Year, Entrepreneur of the Year, Community Hero and Young Hero (Ages 14-17 and Ages 18-21) and the Lifetime Achievement Award.

The nominees for Lifetime Achievement Award include Candace Fronk, CPA and managing partner for Price Fronk & Co., Pamela Hulse Andrews, co-owner and publisher of Cascade Publications Inc., Julie Miller, an executive at First Interstate Bank and Sue Stendahl, owner of Cottage Day Care.



The Bend Chamber has nominated 15 area women for Woman of the Year, including Deschutes County Commissioner Tammy Baney and Teri Hocket, board member of BendTech and the Bend Chamber of Commerce.

For a description of the award categories and to read about past winners, visit the Bend Chamber’s website. The award ceremony, emceed by Harrelson Group CEO Julie Harrelson, will take place at Tower Theatre on April 5 at 7pm. 
2018 Women of the Year Awards
Thursday, April 5
Doors, 6:30pm. Awards, 7pm.
Tower Theatre
835 NW Wall St, Bend
Tickets: $50 at towertheatre.org


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