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Tonight hundreds of people will gather in Bend to give out awards to local businesses and honor the Citizen of the Year. The Annual Sage Awards hosted by the Bend Chamber starts at 6 p.m. at the Riverhouse. Chamber spokesperson Courtney Linville says a selection committee came up with the top 3 choices in the categories of best large business- small business and organization of the year. "And our nominees this year are: for large business are Bend Research, Eberhard's Dairy and Tomco Electric. And for Small Business of the Year, we have Donner Flowers, Jones and Roth CPA, Steel Associates Architects, and Organization of the Year, we have Grandma's House, High Desert Museum, and Saving Grace." People who attend the dinner will be able to vote on the nominees, and then the winner will be announced. And the Citizen of the Year will also be unveiled at the event.

 

 

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