The Greater West Bloomfield Chamber of Commerce will be holding its sixth annual Awards Dinner on Tuesday, April 24 from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Planterra Conservatory, located at 7315 Drake Road in the township.
Reservations are still being accepted, with tickets priced at $125 each or $1,000 for a table of eight. The registration deadline is Monday, April 16.
The Greater West Bloomfield Chamber of Commerce consists of more than 200 members throughout the region and serves businesses in West Bloomfield, Sylvan Lake, Keego Harbor and Orchard Lake Village.
Among the honorees at this year’s dinner will be outgoing West Bloomfield Schools Superintendent Dr. JoAnn Andrees, who will be presented with the Community Excellence Award for Education.
She announced in January that she will retire from her post at the end of the current school year, on June 30.
Also being honored are Martin Manna, executive director of the Chaldean-American Chamber of Commerce, with the Businessperson of the Year award; and Jason Miller of Access Computer Technology with the Young Entrepreneur of the Year award.
Businesses and organizations being honored include the Beaumont Health System with the Community Excellence Award for Health and Fitness; and The Berman Center for the Performing Arts at the Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit with the Community Excellence Award for Arts and Culture.
To register for the dinner, call the chamber office at 248-626-3636 or register online by visiting westbloomfieldchamber.com.
The president of the West Bloomfield Chamber of Commerce is Steve Tapper.
In addition to working with businesses, the chamber puts on a wide range of events in the township, including Art in Bloom, a Grub Crawl, the Chamber Business Network, a Lunch ‘N Speaker series, Business Card Exchange Mixers, and the chamber’s annual awards dinner.