Vernal Chamber Awarded at State Convention

The Vernal Chamber was recognized at the State Chamber Convention held in Logan last week. According to Director Joel Brown, the Vernal Area Chamber won the most innovative event in the state for the Education Summit. The event, held last April at the Uintah Conference Center, was a huge success with over 240 teachers, administrators and community members in attendance. The event provided training on topics from suicide prevention to teacher planning and featured keynote speakers author Richard Paul Evans and Utah Governor Gary Herbert. “It was a very tough competition...with over 30 Chambers represented throughout the state,” shares Brown. “We were fortunate to win the most innovative for the second year in a row.” Keep up with the Chamber at www.vernalchamber.com.

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