March’s Carbon County Chamber of Commerce luncheon spotlighted a local business as well as a local club at a gathering hosted at USU Eastern.
Welcomed first to the podium was Paul Anderson, a representative from Price’s Kiwanis Club. He accepted the chamber’s community service spotlight recognition. Kiwanis is a global organization of member-volunteers working to make a difference, one child and one community at a time.
One of the Kiwanis Club’s biggest events of the year, the annual radio auction, is one such way that the local club aims to make a different. Scheduled to take place on Sunday, April 2, the auction raises funds for local charities and features a slew of items and services from local business. Price’s club is also known for the annual Kiwanis Kids’ Day that boasts a fun-filled itinerary each year.
Attendees then took time to honor local business Electrical Contractors, Inc. (ECI) as the Carbon County Chamber of Commerce’s business spotlight for the month of March. Leif Nelson took to the mic to accept the recognition.
ECI, a commercial and industrial electrical engineering and construction firm in Price, has been serving residents of the Castle Country area for years. The company began in 1981 and has continued to grow throughout the years with local support.
At the luncheon, Nelson extended the opportunity for free consults to chamber members for their electrical needs.
The remainder of the luncheon revolved around legislative updates from Senator David Hinkins and Representative Christine Watkins.