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Congratulate These '30 Under 30' Tri-Cities Business People, Leaders and Volunteers!

Use the comments field in this story to congratulate your favorite from this list of remarkable young professionals!

The Batavia,  and St. Charles Chambers of Commerce recently put out a call to find the best and brightest young professionals to honor at our Recognition  at Prairie Landing.

The chambers will be honoring the following amazing professionals:

Vince Balistreri, , LLC

Brian Carroll, Sperry Van Ness

Benjamin Carter, Tek Pak, Inc.

Dominic Cattero, Batavia Public Schools

Rebecca Dorynek, MultiMarket Real Estate Services

Kimberly Elam, Kimmers Ice Cream

Kathy Gresey, Kane County Chronicle

Meggan L. Hagemann, Valley Sheltered Workshop

Hallie Hudson, 

Katie Keup, Wiggle Waggles

Julie Kotalik, Batavia Enterprises, Inc.

Michael Larson, Firetree Financial

Robert Liva, Oak Ridge Institute for Science & Education

Charlie Miller, Charles Miller Lawn and Snow Inc.

Julie Ness, OnPath Financial, LLC

Alyson Purcell, The Chiropractic People, S.C.

Ashley Rhodebeck, Kane County Chronicle

Jamie Saam, The RendezVu

Michael Storey, Elgin Country Club

Peter Witt, Lighthouse Marketing Services, Inc.

Jayni Wunderlich,  LTD.

The for the "30 under 30" takes place at 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 20 at Prairie Landing Golf Club, 2325 Longest Drive, West Chicago. The cost is $40.

"You will receive a wonderful meal and have a chance to glimpse the future as we honor a group of people who will lead us there," said Judy Carroll of the Geneva Chamber of Commerce.

You can register at www.bataviachamber.org/programs or call the Geneva Chamber of Commerce at 630-232-6060.

Evelyn Keup October 17, 2011 at 10:11 PM
Congratulations Katie Keup you are a great business person and great dog treats and services that you offer.
Kathy Hopkins October 21, 2011 at 11:06 AM
Congratulations to Michael Storey, Elgin Country Club. Michael is an amazing and extremely talented professional who truly deserves this award!

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