Snapshot: Chamber hosts annual Taste of Business

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    Syd Loomis stands with the “Pink Ladies” of Farmers Bank, from left, Lauren Essex, Ashley Roose and Pat Dorwin. (Photos by Sadie Hunter)
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    Stephen Craig of Adriene’s Flowers helps Rep. Kathy Richardson (R-Noblesville) on a quiz identifying types of flowers.
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    Deanna Leonard and Erin Goodman of Caravan Classes, a business that offers mobile and pop-up art classes and workshops.
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    Geoffrey Davis of 50 Little Birds stands with his art.
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    From left, Assistant Parks Director Mike Hoffmeister, Assistant Director of Economic Development Alaina Shonkwiler and Economic Development Specialist Aaron Head man the City of Noblesville booth. (Submitted photo)
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    Karen Park and Supt. Dr. Beth Niedermeyer of Noblesville Schools.
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    Jeff Zeckel, left, serves Zeck’s BBQ to Joe Mitchell.
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    Aili McGill of Nickel Plate Arts.

On March 2, the Noblesville Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual Taste of Business event, showcasing businesses and organizations at the Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds in Noblesville. The People’s Choice Award went to Ginger’s Café for the sandwiches its staff served, and Best of Show was awarded to Pedcor Homes, which serves residents and in Lions Creek Apartments and Greystone of Noblesville.

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