Commerce Lex gives awards

ssloan@herald-leader.comFebruary 8, 2013 


Lexington businessman Warren Rosenthal, left, asks a question during a public debate concerning local ownership of the water utility at the main branch of Lexington Public Library in Lexington, Ky., Wednesday evening, October 18, 2006. Rosenthal supports local ownership. An overflow crowd of 150 looks on.


Commerce Lexington presented these awards Thursday at its annual dinner at Lexington Center:

2012 Ambassador of the Year: Mark Wiemer, Republic Bank & Trust Co.

2012 Volunteer of the Year: Laura Boison, U.S. Bank.

Leadership Lexington 2012 Distinguished Leader: Ken Gish, Stites & Harbison.

Leadership Lexington Youth Program 2012 Distinguished Leader: Roshnee Raithatha, Henry Clay High School.

2012 Public Policy Advocate of the Year: Barry Mayfield, East Kentucky Power Cooperative.

2012 W.T. Young Lifetime Achievement: Warren W. Rosenthal.

Scott Sloan: (859) 231-1447. Twitter: @HeraldLeaderBiz

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