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Worthington Area Chamber recognizes Scott Rall, Radioworks with awards

Community Service, Hospitality awards presented during the evening banquet.

Scott Rall, Worthington, was honored with the Community Service Award Friday evening, during the Worthington Area Chamber of Commerce annual meeting.
Scott Rall, Worthington, was honored with the Community Service Award Friday evening, during the Worthington Area Chamber of Commerce annual meeting.
Tim Middagh / The Globe

WORTHINGTON — The Worthington Area Chamber of Commerce, during its Jan. 28 banquet, presented a Community Service Award to Scott Rall, and a Worthington Hospitality Award to Radioworks.

Scott Rall, a longtime Worthington businessman, was recognized with the Community Service Award for his many volunteer hours with Nobles County Pheasants Forever and commitment to organizations that benefit youths, the elderly and veterans. He has volunteered hours in gun safety classes, organized and facilitated a 15-acre pollinator plot with a Youth Field Day event that included more than 200 fifth graders, and is committed to the area’s environmental improvement and sustainability, said Julie Foote, who nominated Rall for the honor.

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Chad Cummings is co-owner and general manager of Radioworks.

Radioworks was nominated for the Worthington Hospitality Award by Tyler Knutson, liaison to the marketing and hotel committee of the Worthington Area Convention and Visitors Bureau.

The award is designed to recognize and honor a local business or organization that exemplifies the commitment to total quality customer service. Radioworks was nominated for helping many Worthington businesses in April 2020 with its Certificates of Sustainability program.

While no Friend of Education award was presented, the chamber acknowledged all school employees in attendance.

Related Topics: WORTHINGTONNOBLES COUNTY
Julie Buntjer became editor of The Globe in July 2021, after working as a beat reporter at the Worthington newspaper since December 2003. She has a bachelor's degree in agriculture journalism from South Dakota State University.
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