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Claremont Chamber celebrates 100 years of service

With the huge tent still in place from the Pomona College graduation last week, the Claremont Chamber of Commerce entertained and thanked over 300 people on Saturday during its annual gala fundraising event. The setting at Marston Quad could not been nicer as guests enjoyed fine food from local restaurants, drink and music. Here are some of the sights from the historic event, including the CHS marching band making an appearance. COURIER photos/Peter Weinberger

Claremont businesses who were honored included:

Small Business of the Year: Crème Bakery

Large Business of the Year: Ontario International Airport

Businessperson of the Year: Simon Brown

Non-Profit of the Year: AgingNext

 

CHS marching band entertains.

 

Chamber executive director and event MC Randy Lopez speaks in front of Bridges auditorium.

 

The CHS marching band knew how to make an entrance.

 

Sonja Stump and Jennifer Stark were all smiles.

 

Buff Wright, right, and Karen Rosenthal had a lot to talk about.

 

Claremont businesses were honored by the Chamber.

 

Chamber Executive Director Randy Lopez announces the business-of-the-year winners under the evening lights.

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