FLEDA awards go out at annual dinner

“Community Enrichment Award” (Little Muskingum Grange) Pictured L to R: Carmen Kramer, Gerry Spencer, Janet Kidd.

The Frontier Local Economic Development Association’s (FLEDA) 16th Annual Dinner was held on Friday, Nov. 3, 2017 at Frontier High School, with 83 registered to attend.

FLEDA’s president, Jack Haessly, welcomed everyone to the event and thanked them for their support. School superintendent, Brian Rentsch, thanked FLEDA for its involvement over the years with the Frontier school district and talked about the partnership opportunities available between business and the students. Principal, Beth Brown thanked FLEDA for continuing to support the students by providing scholarships to pursue higher education.

The following awards were presented by FLEDA:

¯ “Frontier High School Student of the Year” – Samantha Farnsworth

¯ “Community Service Award” – New Matamoras Public Library – Kelly Brady

“Community Service of the Year Award” (New Matamoras Public Library – Kelly Brady) Pictured L to R: Becky Minder, Debbie Noland and Mike Webber.

¯ “Community Enrichment Award” – Little Muskingum Grange

¯ “Business of the Year Award” – Joy Exterminators

FLEDA’s mission is to create economic and educational development through leadership in the Frontier Community.

“Business of the Year Award” (Joy Exterminators) Pictured L to R: Mrs. George Joy, Steve Joy, Jack Haessly.

“Frontier High School Student of the Year Award” (Samantha Farnsworth) Pictured L to R: Samantha Farnsworth, Todd Bradford.