A number of business were recognized for 20 years of chamber support. Pictured in front are (l-r) Rehoboth Beach Main Street Executive Director Dan Slagle, Brian Bamrick from Discovery Map, Betty Famiglietti from Bike to Go, Kathy Pasqualini from Pasqualini’s Bakery, Daniel Koch from Wilmington Insurance Co., and Steven Harvey from Williams Insurance Agency. Pictured in back are (l-r) Chamber Chairman of the Board and Starboard owner Steve Montgomery, Dave Lyons of Lyons Companies and Travers Downes from Williams Insurance Agency. CHRIS FLOOD PHOTOS
Thanks to a recommendation by John Keefe, left, the Volunteer of the Year Award was presented to Zach Babbie.
Rehoboth Beach Police Department Lt. Will Sullivan, left, and Sgt. Raymond Edwards, right, present Rehoboth Beach Police Department Patrolman Cole Revel with the $500 Delaware Coast Press Educational Scholarship.
The chamber recognized a number sponsors. Pictured in the front are (l-r) Jeff Evans of Carl M. Freeman Companies, Barbara Steele of Sussex County Women’s Journal, Hannah Worsh from Hyatt Place Dewey Beach & Lighthouse Cove Event Center, Kristina Lingo from Jack Lingo, Polly Quinn from Tidemark Federal Credit Union, Mary Ann Sockriter from M&T Bank, Nicole Gonzon of Boulevard Ford-Lincoln/Preston Automotive Group and Liz Porter of Fulton Bank. Pictured in the back are (l-r) Ed Jackson of Affinity Energy Management, Ben Gray of The Bellmoor Inn, Richard Hartnett from County Bank, Michael Golt of High 5 Hospitality, Brett Hyson of First-Rate Movers and Dave Koster of Portraits in the Sand.
Peggy Raley, speaking, and Eddie Sherman present the $500 True Blue Jazz Scholarship to Cape Henlopen High School senior Isaac Weathersby.
Pictured as official event sponsors, perfect wave sponsors, tidal wave sponsors or barrel wave sponsors are (l-r) Mary Borger of WBOC/WRDE, Trish Kotyk of Delaware Today, Regan Deck of Custom Mechanical Inc., and DART Chief Customer Experience Officer Julie Theyerl.