Antioch Chamber to present Citizens, Businesses of the Year, other annual awards at annual Gala Friday night

The Antioch Chamber of Commerce has announced the winners for the 2016 community awards:

•Citizen of the Year – Most Impact – Sal Sbranti

•Citizen of the Year – Lifetime Achievement – Leo Fontana

•Small Business of the Year – Rich McDaniel, McDaniel Financial Services

•Large Business of the Year – PG&E

•Non-Profit of the Year – Delta  Veterans Group

•Youth of the Year – Jocelyn Villalobos and Jacqueline Villalobos

The awards will be presented at the Chamber’s annual Gala on Friday, March 10, 2017.

Special recognition will be given to Antioch Unified School District for their continued efforts and successes. Posthumous recognition will be given to Karl Dietzel, and Ed Antrim in recognition of their commitment and betterment of the Antioch community.

Please see photos and details about the winners in the April issue of the Herald and on our website.

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2 Comments to “Antioch Chamber to present Citizens, Businesses of the Year, other annual awards at annual Gala Friday night”

  1. Julio says:

    To give an award to the Antioch School District for a job well done when their test levels are total disasters and graduation rate dismal is just beyond me. We rank very low in this state. What on earth is the Chamber of Commerce thinking? Educate yourself folks before you give an award to anyone. You look like idiots.

  2. Rjb says:

    Gotta love Antioch. This is a city where the academic bar is lowered so the idiots feel like they achieved something.

    Section 8 is the best thing that happened to this city and ghetto criminals living in our neighborhood makes it safer. This is the logic they want you to believe.

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