MENIFEE – The Menifee Valley Chamber of Commerce hosted its 37th Annual Installation and Awards dinner last Saturday, May 31 at the Grand Ballroom of Pechanga Resort and Casino with a ‘Back to the Future’ prom theme and had over 250 guests in attendance.
Menifee Mayor Scott Mann, Councilwoman Melissa Melendez, Deputy Mayor Wallace Edgerton, Greg August, John Denver, Tom Fuhrman and Senator Mike Morrell were present.
Dorothy Wolons, CEO of the Menifee Valley Chamber, and Brian Walker of the Rilynn Company were the master of ceremonies for the evening. The new officers and board members took their oath from Councilwoman Melissa Melendez.
The winners by category were:
* Arts Council of Menifee for Non-Profit of the Year
* Menifee Buzz and Menifee 24/7 tied for Small Business of the Year
* Amatulli Auto Parts and Rilynn, Inc. tied for Medium Business of the Year
* Mt. San Jacinto College for Big Business of the Year
* Provecho Grill for Restaurant of the Year
Prom King and Queen, sponsored by Cynthia Nemelka of RE/MAX Diamond Realty, were Andrew Vallejos (Soboba Band of Luiseṅo Indians) and Karen Nolan (LCL Realty and Property Management).