The Carolyn VanHorne Civic Award recipient for 2022 is Tammy Musil. The award winner is chosen from nominations received by the Pawnee City Chamber of Commerce. Tammy was presented her award after services at Zion Lutheran church by Gail Howard, Chamber of Commerce Secretary.


The April Chamber of Commerce Business of the month is Elaine's Hair Studio.

The Chamber of Commerce Scholarship for 2023  has been awarded to Madison Lytle. She was chosen from 8 applicants for her essay, "A Look Into My Future and How It May Impact The World".

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. You may notice blue pinwheels around town, as well as posters on this subject.These have been distributed by SENCA CASA employees. Sunday, April 30thhas been designated Wear Blue Day, to help bring awareness to this important issue.


Pawnee City Chamber of Commerce

Our mission is to promote civic service through the organized efforts of the men and women of the community; to improve the general welfare of the community and quality of life for its citizens through active, constructive projects; to promote civic consciousness in the men and women of the community to better their usefulness as citizens; and to promote and operate exclusively for the charitable, benevolent, educational, patriotic, cultural and civic purposes of the community and surrounding areas.


Chamber meetings are held on the first Thursday of every month at the Pawne City Library at noon.



Brian Rottinghaus,  President

Bob Miller, Vice President

Gail Howard, Secretary

Linda Hinrichsen, Treasurer


Joe Stehlik

Nannette Smith

Lola Seitz

Cindy Defreece

Emily Sisco


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