Greenbrier chamber announces award winners, banquet plans

Rick Woody and Cody Fulmer will receive the Greenbrier Chamber of Commerce’s highest individual honors at the organization’s annual banquet in March.

Woody was selected as the Greenbrier Citizen of the Year. He is a sergeant and criminal investigator for the Greenbrier Police Department.

In 2003, he founded The Kacie Woody Foundation to take the message of internet safety to students around the country. He is also a firearms instructor and provides concealed carry classes to area residents.

In his free time, he enjoys outdoor activities such as hunting and fishing, as well as spending time with his grandchildren.

Cody Fulmer was selected as the Greenbrier Volunteer of the Year. He has served as chief of the Greenbrier Volunteer Fire Department since July 2011. He also works for ARORA as a tissue coordinator. He is a lifelong resident of Greenbrier. He and his wife Sarah have two children.

“2013 is off to a great start for the Greenbrier chamber,” said Audreya Parks, president of the Greenbrier Chamber. “We are pleased to announce these award winners and share details for our upcoming banquet. It is our hope that you’ll join with us for these events and continue to grow our chamber and community.”

“Together Toward Tomorrow” is the theme for the chamber’s 2013 community recognition awards banquet, scheduled Thursday, March 28, at the Greenbrier Junior High Cafetorium. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.

Clint Conque – the most winning football coach in UCA history – will be the guest speaker.

Reserved tables of six or eight and general seating tickets are available. Tickets are $35 per person and may be purchased by contacting the Chamber at 501.679.4009 or at the new chamber office at Green Roof Plaza, 89B North Broadview, Suite 3.

“We look forward to spending this evening with in celebration of our community and all the things we can accomplish if we work together toward tomorrow!”