Dr. Larry Darlage, president of Tarrant County College Northeast Campus, Saturday received night the the highest honor the Hurst-Euless-Bedford Chamber of Commerce (www.heb.org) Â bestows.
The award, named the Clyde Mooney Award and given for “exceptional leadership and service in the community,” was announced at the chamber’s annual awards banquet. This year’sÂ event, themed “Night of a Thousand Stars,”Â was held at the Hilton Fort Worth.
Also honored was Stan Paschal, HEB Chamber Community Spirit Award; Duane Wieland, Gertrude Tarpley Memorial Spirit Award; Jay Stephens, member of the year; Linda Huggins, ambassador of the year, Micah Lane, director of the year; and Linda Caram, officer of the year. Outstanding business awards went to Minuteman Press, Delgado Orthodontics and Oncor.
David Medina is serving as this year’s chamber chairman, and Jamie Tongate chaired the black-tie optional awards dinner. Garry Hamilton volunteered as the evening’s auctioneer.
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