The Pewaukee Chamber of Commerce staged a Hollywood-style awards gala, Pewaukee Proud, recently. Glamorous gowns, an elaborate buffet, a performance by Fred Astaire dancers and finally the "best of the best" honors presentations were featured. Person of the Year went to Jennie Stolz; Entrepreneur of the Year to Ben Nader; Jack Stratmeyer won Volunteer of the Year; Nonprofit of the Year was awarded to the Pewaukee Kiwanis Club and Two Men and Truck was named the Business of the Year.
Lorayne Ritt covers Waukesha County's nonprofits. Call her at (262) 542-6797.
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