YPO hosting Odessa Under 40 Awards

first_img Twitter By Digital AIM Web Support – February 24, 2021 Local News Previous articleSuns’ Booker replaces Lakers’ Davis in NBA All-Star GameNext articleEsports Popularity Piques Investor Interest Digital AIM Web Support YPO hosting Odessa Under 40 Awards WhatsApp Facebook Young Professionals of Odessa logo Young Professionals of Odessa will honor 20 Odessans during the third annual Odessa Under 40 Awards Gala set for this month. The event will celebrate the professional achievements and contributions made by young adults to the Odessa community on June 29 at the MCM Grande Hotel & FunDome. Proceeds benefit YPO, a development program designed to create business opportunities, support community involvement, provide leadership education and promote an overall investment in Odessa’s future for adults age 21-40. Tickets for the red-carpet gala are $60 and tables begin at $500. Those interested can contact the Odessa Chamber of Commerce for tickets and sponsorships. This year’s Odessa Under 40 honorees include:Aaron Zapata – Grace Christian FellowshipCammie Foreman – SouthWest BankAdam Lucio – Boys & Girls Club, Odessa College, Tejas ShootingCarlos Rodriguez – Schoel Law Firm, City of CraneAlejandro Barrientos – Curb Side BistroCasey Hallmark Williams – CASA of the Permian BasinAmanda Lopez – Ector County ISD, Counseling CornerCrystale Galindo – First Basin Credit UnionAmber Gray – Express Employment ProfessionalsHeather Shay Patton – Texas OncologyAmy Lachelle Ledbetter – SouthWest BankJessica Zuniga – TTUHSC at the Permian BasinBecca Myers – Educate MidlandJohn Paul Garcia – TTUHSC at the Permian BasinBritni Veretto – ABLE Center for Independent LivingKaylie Nicholle Banda – Frost BankBrooke Hendricks-Green – Ector County Court at LawRyan McGuire – Armic SystemsBryan DeWees Mackay – Atkins, Hollmann, Jones, Peacock, Lewis & Lyon Inc.Toby J. Latham – Security Bankcenter_img WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Pinterest TAGS  Pinterestlast_img read more

Bucks hold off Trojans

first_img Latest posts by admin (see all) State budget vs. job creation – January 22, 2015 House fire in Winter Harbor – October 27, 2014 Bio Latest Posts Hancock County Court News Nov. 3 thorugh Dec. 11 – January 22, 2015 admin BAR HARBOR — The Golden Bucks jumped out to an early lead, then held off the Trojans in a 9-7 win on Wednesday, May 6.Cody Farrell drove in a run with a double and a single, Cam Wentworth had an RBI double and Kyle McGeechan doubled and singled for the Golden Bucks.Willie Clark had three singles, Sam Stewart singled twice with an RBI and Nolan Hall had a two-run double for the Trojans. For more sports stories, pick up a copy of The Ellsworth American. This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textlast_img