Chamber of Commerce awards
The Greater Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce named David Jenkins its 2011 Business Citizen of the Year during its 119th Annual Dinner on Nov. 4 at The Broadmoor.
Other awards include:
Jeff Greene, El Paso County Administrator, Elected Official of the Year.
The Home Front Cares, Military Affairs Award of Excellence
Don Addy, President of National Homeland Defense Foundation, Military Affairs Award of Excellence
Randy Case, Case International, S. Jerrard Smith Award
Tammy Fogall, Colorado Springs Business Journal and Colorado Springs Military Newspaper Group, Ambassador of the Year
Cheyenne Village, which provides services for adults with developmental disabilities, is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year.
U.S. Bank placed 57th in Newsweek’s recent ranking of the 500 largest American companies that are pioneers in the use of sustainable energy.
Nonprofit watchdog Charity Navigator has awarded the American Red Cross with a four-star rating, highest rating given by the organization.
The Denver Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City has named UCCS professor John Brock to the Federal Reserve Economic Education Advisory Council.
The Women’s Resource Agency is a recipient of the Seal of Excellence, a distinction awarded by the Center for Nonprofit Excellence for exceptional performance and administration operations.
Pikes Peak Hospice & Palliative Care President and CEO Martha Barton received the President’s Award during the Colorado Center for Hospice and Palliative Care state conference on Oct. 27.