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Dearborn Chamber to honor three with Women of Distinction award

The luncheon will be held on September 28 in Lawrenceburg

(LAWRENCEBURG, Ind.) -- The Dearborn County Chamber of Commerce and Civista Bank will recognize the contributions of three individuals during the Women of Distinction Luncheon this month.

The honorees this year are Sheryl Haag Miller, Liz Sedler and Darci Bayne.

The luncheon will be held September 28at the Lawrenceburg Event Center. It will begin at 11:30 a.m. and you can download a registration form by clicking here or calling the Chamber at (812) 537-0814.

Here is some background information on the three honorees:

Sheryl Haag Miller

  • Sheryl was nominated by Suzzi Romines for her giving spirit, dedication to numerous organizations and causes throughout the county, and thriving as a business owner. Sheryl, owner/principal at Haag Ford, has worked hard to create a positive environment for her employees while thriving in a male dominated industry.

Liz Sedler

  • Liz was nominated by Karen Snyder for her collaborative spirit and dedication to Dearborn County in volunteering for several boards throughout the area. Through her organization, Archaeological Research Institute, Liz has engaged volunteers and students through STEM activities to teach the rich history of Southeast Indiana.

Darci Bayne

  • Darci was nominated by Steve Kelly for her dedication, compassion and leadership as the Dearborn County Regional Veterans Treatment Court Coordinator. Darci also serves as the Coordinator for the Dearborn County Superior Court 1 Drug Court program. She has displayed a commitment to and compassion for addressing the unique challenges faced by veterans within the legal system.

"The Chamber would like to give a special thanks to Civista for making this event possible. Their contributions to not only the Chamber and business community but to all of Southeast Indiana has been a driving force in ensuring the county thrives," said Chamber President Eric Kranz.


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