POTSDAM – Big Spoon Kitchen was honored as Business of the Year recently at the Potsdam Chamber Commerce’s annual meeting and awards banquet. Jeffrey Bonno, manager of the Potsdam Walmart, was …
POTSDAM – Big Spoon Kitchen was honored as Business of the Year recently at the Potsdam Chamber Commerce’s annual meeting and awards banquet.
Jeffrey Bonno, manager of the Potsdam Walmart, was awarded the Pride in Potsdam Award and a special champagne toast was given to outgoing Mayor Ron Tischler for his Commitment to Community.
The event featured artwork created by A.A.K Middle School 6th grade students featuring the Business Leaders for 2023. An auction was hosted to raise funds for the A.A.K Middle School Arts Department.
The Board of Director seats that were up for reelection were unanimously renewed for their three-year terms. The generous support of everyone who attended helped us raise $1,766 for the A.A.K Middle School Students.
Business Milestones were also recognized:
5 years: Big Spoon Kitchen
15 years: Jernabi Coffeehouse
20 years: Village Diner and Northern Ice and Dance
30 years: Willow Tree
35 years: Arby's
40 years: Hospice and Great Northern Printing
50 years: NCCC Systems, Potsdam Insurance Agency and Potsdam Food Co-Op
55 years: North Country Public Radio
65 years: Potsdam Elks Lodge
95 years: Potsdam Rotary Club
100 years: St. Lawrence Nurseries
The Potsdam Chamber of Commerce presented the Pride in Potsdam Award to Jeffrey Bonno (center) at its annual meeting and awards banquet on Nov. 17. Pictured with Bonno are Rob Bicknell, board president, and Megan Mulvenna, Potsdam Chamber executive director. Submitted Photo.