Flomaton And Century Chambers Name Businesses, Citizens And Students Of The Year

March 1, 2017

Citizen, business and students of the year were named Tuesday night at the Flomaton and Century Joint Chamber of Commerce Annual Awards Banquet.

The Century Chamber of Commerce named:

Student of the Year – Zachary Sheldon, Northview High
Business of the Year – Jackson-McMurray Funeral Services
Citizen of the Year — Rev. Janet Lee, Century UMC

The Flomaton Chamber of Commerce named:

Student of the Year – Karrie Gibson, Flomaton High
Business of the Year — Louise’s Beauty Shop, Stylist Christine Stanton
Citizen of the Year — Wanda Vanlandingham

Pictured top: (front, L-R) Century Citizen of the Year  Rev. Janet Lee, Century UMC; Flomaton Student of the Year  Karrie Gibson, Flomaton High; Flomaton Business of the Year Louise’s Beauty Shop, Stylist Christine Stanton; Century Business of the Year Sandra McMurray Jackson, Jackson-McMurray Funeral Services; (back) Century Student of the Year Zachary Sheldon, Northview High; and Flomaton Citizen of the Year  Wanda Vanlandingham. Photo for NorthEscambia.com, click to enlarge.

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2 Responses to “Flomaton And Century Chambers Name Businesses, Citizens And Students Of The Year”

  1. BONNIE EXNER on March 6th, 2017 12:49 am

    Congratulations to all who received this honor and recognition..I had the pleasure of meeting Pastor Janet Lee of Century United Methodist Church many years ago at a cluster meeting, worshipped,played dominoes and even went on a bus field trip to Bellingraph Gardens at Christmas time to see the beautiful lights.Unfortunately last year’s tornado that hit Century destroyed their quaint little church,but we all serve A MIGHTY GOD and Century United Methodist Church is in the throes of coming back better than before!!

  2. whittney Smiley on March 1st, 2017 12:21 pm

    Congratulations to Mrs.Sandra McMurray Jackson, for the wonderful service that she provides to number of families during their time of grievance. She is a compassionate, caring, kind, and loving woman with a good heart. And she deserves every blessing that the Lord has for her. Continue to do the things that you do Mrs. Jackson.





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