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Chamber volunteer recognized


During a recent Green River Chamber of Commerce luncheon, several residents received awards for their service.

One of those recognized for her volunteer work for the chamber was Patricia Gregory. Gregory has been a chamber board for eight years; and is also a past board president.

During her tenure; she served on several committees including River Festival Committee-kids’ games, finance committee, executive committee and business development and retention committee, a chamber press release stated.

When Gregory isn’t busy helping the chamber out, is working as the manager at the Oak Tree Inn.

“Patricia is an amazing volunteer. During her time on the board, there was a rarely a time when I could not get a hold of her,” chamber director Rebecca Eusek said. “Over her eight years, Patricia spent countless hours helping with the River Festival kids’ games. The kids’ games would not have happened without Patricia. I am so thankful for her volunteerism and kind heart. ”

Gregory was also recognized for her work on the chamber board.

“Patricia was a dedicated member of the chamber board for many years. During her time as president, Patricia was present at nearly every event and was always available whenever Rebecca needed her,” chamber board member Misty Springer said.

“Patricia loves her community and Green River is lucky to have such a wonderful and selfless person who is always willing to lend a hand.”

Lisa Herrera, finance and membership manager for the chamber said, Gregory is always a pleasure to be around; and is always there when she needs something signed and is great about returning phone calls.

“She is one of the quiet unsung heroes of Green River,” Herrera said.

“The Green River chamber and our community is very fortunate to have Patricia.”


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