Leader of history center surprised with service award from Geneva chamber

  • Geneva History Center Executive Director Terry Emma reacts to the announcement that she's the 2019 Wood Community Service Award winner Thursday night at Eaglebrook Country Club in Geneva.

      Geneva History Center Executive Director Terry Emma reacts to the announcement that she's the 2019 Wood Community Service Award winner Thursday night at Eaglebrook Country Club in Geneva. Patrick Kunzer | Staff Photographer

  • A packed house saw Geneva History Center Executive Director Terry Emma receive the Wood Community Service Award on Thursday night at the Geneva Chamber of Commerce's annual dinner.

      A packed house saw Geneva History Center Executive Director Terry Emma receive the Wood Community Service Award on Thursday night at the Geneva Chamber of Commerce's annual dinner. Patrick Kunzer | Staff Photographer

 
 
Updated 11/7/2019 10:04 PM

The Geneva Chamber of Commerce recognized Geneva History Center Executive Director Terry Emma with the 2019 Wood Community Service Award Thursday night at Eaglebrook Country Club in Geneva.

Emma's enthusiasm and volunteerism were highlighted during the dinner.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

According to the Geneva Chamber of Commerce, the Wood Community Service award is presented each year to an individual who has made significant community contributions in the areas of business, education, youth involvement, civic organizations, art, recreation, charity or government. The award is named in honor of Bill and Elise Wood and Nell and Burton Wood -- four people who contributed to the growth and health of the city of Geneva.

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