LIMA — The Lima/Allen County Chamber of Commerce on Monday announced the finalists for its 18th annual awards banquet, which has been postponed until June 10.
This year’s finalists include:
• Julianne Burk, Penny Kill and Shannon Tyler for the Athena Award, which recognizes women who help fellow women in their careers.
• EZ-Concrete Supply, Fat Kid BBQ and Total Revolution Training Facility for emerging business of the year.
• Churches United Pantry, St. Mark’s Resource Center and Wheelhouse for non-profit of the year.
• Barry Electronics, Old City Prime and The Met for small business of the year.
• PromoHits, Victorian Rose Boutique and Visual Eyes Inc. for woman-owned business of the year.
• Tova Brunk, Crystal Miller and Autumn Swanson for young leader of the year.
Winners will be recognized during the Chamber’s 18th annual awards gala, Havana Nights, on Wednesday, June 10 at the UNOH Event Center.