Oct. 10, 2019
By David Nordby
The Brillion News
BRILLION – It was a night with conversation, community celebration, laughter and emotion during speeches at Brillion’s Best and Brightest.
The second annual event hosted by the Brillion Chamber of Commerce at Cobblestone Creek in Brillion recognized a wide variety of community leaders last Thursday night.
The night included cocktails, a formal dinner, an awards ceremony and a chocolate raffle. Peter Kittel served as the master of ceremonies for the second year in a row. Jonathan Kobs and the Brillion High School Choir provided live music during dinner.
Michael S. Ariens Community Leadership Award: Beth Wenzel
Business of the Year: John School, School Home Improvements
Volunteer of the Year: Joanne Moehr
Public Servant of the Year: Joseph Diener
Young Professional of the Year: Aaron Kabat
Special Recognition Award: Zander Press
High School Teacher: Erin Van Camp
Middle School Teacher: Teri Krause
Elementary School Teacher: Denise Bovee
Please see the Oct. 10, 2019 print edition of The Brillion News for awards photos and quotes from each recipient.