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Four Hiawatha businesses recognized by state

From top left clockwise: Hiawatha Ford, Kanza Mental Health, Outback Guidance, and State Farm Insurance/Photo credit: Greg Buser/MSC News

(KNZA)--Four Hiawatha businesses have been recognized by the Kansas Department of Commerce for their contributions to the local community and state economy.

Salih Doughramaji with the Department of Commerce presented awards to the four during the annual fall mixer Thursday evening co-sponsored by the Hiawatha Foundation for Economic Development and Physical & Respiratory Therapy.

Receiving merit awards were Outback Guidance, Hiawatha Ford, Kanza Mental Health and Guidance Center and State Farm Insurance--Agent Ryan Meininger.

The awards are presented as part of the Commerce Department’s annual Business Appreciation Program, with nominations sought in four categories. Those include manufacturing/distribution, service, retail and hospital/non-profit.

HFED nominated the four businesses this spring for the awards.

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