KEYSER - Mineral County will be honoring its best and brightest in the business, professional and emergency services worlds Wednesday when the Mineral County Chamber of Commerce holds its annual Summit Awards.

By Liz Beavers
lbeavers@newstribune.info
Tribune Managing Editor
KEYSER - Mineral County will be honoring its best and brightest in the business, professional and emergency services worlds Wednesday when the Mineral County Chamber of Commerce holds its annual Summit Awards.
The dinner will be held at the Davis Conference Center on the campus of Potomac State College, and will recognize honorees in a number of categories.
Approximately 100 people are expected to attend, according to Randy Crane, chamber director.
The business nominees are as follows:
Small Business of the Year
Brookedale Farms
Fox's Pizza - Keyser
Good Carma Catering
Queen's Point Coffee
Large Business of the Year
Automated Packaging
Western Maryland Health System
Entrepreneurial Spirit Award
Lynn Smith
Seth Sgaggero
Young Professional of the Year
Ashley Centofonti
Logan DelSignore
Community Service Award
Gerri Mason
Youth With A Mission
Leader of the Year
Kevin Clark
In addition, Keyser Police chief Tom Golden and Mineral County sheriff Jeremy Taylor will be presenting two law enforcement awards, and the chamber will present the Chamber Board Member of the Year Award.
The Harry Alt Award,  named in memory of retired educator and long-time Keyser Volunteer Fire Department member Harry Alt, who passed away in 2010, will be given out to someone within the county EMS community.
Luke McKenzie, director of the Mineral County Office of Emergency Management, will present that award.
Tickets for the dinner have already been sold.