Outstanding Business of the Year: Tri State Auto Group, Todd Hill president. Tri State is a generous supporter of all things Maryville, building professional relationships and fostering economic growth. The company provides superior customer service and quality products.
New Business of the Year (opened since Jan 2021): Hype Nutrition, owned and operated by Jake and Reba Dyche. Hype Nutrition has demonstrated business growth and performance, while utilizing unique and innovative approaches.
Fred Von Behren Good Citizen Award: Krista Shelton. Ms. Shelton is very giving of her time, supporting a multitude of charitable causes.
Community Service Award: Nodaway County Cattlemen’s Association. The Cattlemen are active in the greater community in many ways, including beef donation to local schools and events.
Chamber President’s Spearhead Award: Lisa Macali, Nodaway County Economic Development. Ms. Macali is a longtime advocate of the Chamber, participating in and assisting with its activities.
5 Under 35: Candace Boeh (Maryville R-II Schools), Alexis Boeh (Maryville R-II Schools), Jordyn Greenhaw (Mozingo Lake Recreational Park), Meghann Kosmann (Northstar Advocacy Center), and Brittany Roberts (Maryville Heritage House).
Leadership Maryville Graduates: Annie Arvidson of Maryville Public Library, Lauren Adams of NWMSU, Stian Bjotveit of Maryville Public Library, Amanda Brown of Mozingo Event Center, Bailey Christensen of Mosaic, Jim Dropinski of Kawasaki, Bailey Ferguson of Maryville Parks & Recreation and Bearcat Boogie, Dr. Logan Lightfoot of Maryville R-II Schools, Annie Punt of NWMSU, Grace Stephens of NWMSU, Tanner Walter of Ag Power, and Taylor Farris representing Bank Midwest.