House packed for Yukon Chamber luncheon

Eddie "Mac" McFadden (left) of the Yukon American Legion and Barbara and Otis Davenport of Fraternal Order of Eagles chat during the Yukon Chamber of Commerce’s February membership luncheon at 10 W. Main. (Photo by Carol Mowdy Bond)

By Carol Mowdy Bond

Contributing Writer

Enjoying their lunch from Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers Christi Moss (left), media consultant for Cox Media, and Jami DeBusk, marketing & business development for Restoration 1 Water Damage Experts. (Photo by Carol Mowdy Bond)

The house was packed for the Yukon Chamber of Commerce’s February Membership Luncheon on Feb. 13 at 10 W. Main.

Chamber Vice President Kenica Thomason, of Thomason Lawn Care, welcomed everyone to the luncheon.

Attendees mingled and networked, and enjoyed the lunch catered by Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers, 1680 Garth Brooks Blvd.

Beverly and Cory Burrows, with Lexa Jones, visit during the monthly Chamber membership luncheon. (Photo by Carol Mowdy Bond)

New Chamber members were acknowledged and introduced: Matthew Cochran, Valliance Bank; Karissa Suchy, Valliance Bank; Pastor Chris Moore, Landmark United Pentecostal Church; Matt Black, KB Landscaping & Tree Service; Lindsay Kennedy, KB Landscaping & Tree Service; Susie Keeler, FirsTitle; Katie Hartman, FirsTitle; Marie Hernandez, La Quinta Inn & Suites.

Yukon High School advisor Darryl Andrews introduced the 21st Yukon High School Leaders of Tomorrow class.

Each of the students took the mic and described his or her activities and what they learned. Then each was graduated from the program, receiving a certificate and a T-shirt.

Talking shop at the monthly luncheon are: From left, Pastor Chris Moore of Landmark United Pentecostal Church, along with St. John of Nepomuk Catholic Church’s Art Chernak, JoAnna Bannister, and Robert Noble. (Photo by Carol Mowdy Bond)

The next Yukon Chamber of Commerce event will be the weekly Yukon Community Coffee on Friday, Feb. 21 (hosted by Compassionate Hands) at Town & Country Christian Church, 2200 S Cornwell. Networking starts at 8 a.m. with announcements at 8:30 a.m. Friday’s coffee will promote Compassionate Hands’ card party benefit that day.