Posted: February 3, 2020 | Updated: February 6, 2020
Named the New Business of the Year for opening the Rialto Banquet Hall are, from left, Rialto managers Kara and A.J. Viorel, and owner Bobby Boland, pictured with Chamber President Rich Stilley. BEV DARR/COURIER-POST
Todd Ahrens, president and CEO of Hannibal Regional Healthcare System, left, receives the Hannibal Area Chamber of Commerce Pacesetter of the Year award from Chamber President Rich Stilley. BEV DARR/COURIER-POST
Dr. Sandra Ahlum is awarded the Chamber of Commerce's Civic Contributor Award for founding and leading the CHART Teen Task Force, which has helped reduce births to teen mothers. BEV DARR/COURIER-POST
Hannibal business leaders are ready to share their steak dinners at the Hannibal Area Chamber of Commerce's 111th annual meeting and banquet at the Rialto Banquet Hall. BEV DARR/COURIER-POST
Hannibal Convention and Visitors Bureau Executive Director Gail Bryant speaks after being honored by Chamber President Rich Stilley. BEV DARR/COURIER-POST
Honored for earning the most points as Chamber Ambassadors of the Year are Andrea Campbell and Mary Gibbons.
Melissa Cummins and James Lundgren, right, of the Mark Twain Boyhood Home and Museum, receive a Community Betterment Award for completing renovation of Grant's Drugstore. Also pictured are Chamber President Rich Stilley and Chamber board member Josh Wilson. BEV DARR/COURIER-POST
Hannibal's official Tom and Becky, Preston Danner and Lanie Privett, wait in line to fill their plates at the Chamber banquet.
Greg Ruhl, left, and Roger McGregor wear Kansas City Chiefs ties at the Chamber banquet, supporting the Chiefs the day before they won the Super Bowl on Feb. 2.