Chad Stolly was the 2015 President of the Board for the Celina-Mercer Chamber of Commerce. He has been serving on the board for three years. The Chamber does a great deal to promote local business in Celina and the surrounding area.
During this past year, the Chamber has offered its support to the City of Celina and the local Rotary chapter as they’ve been pursuing grant monies in the America’s Best Communities contest, which is sponsored by Frontier and the Dish Network. Celina is a Quarterfinalist in that contest and is looking to potentially use those funds to improve the quality of their park on the shores of Grand Lake.
Chad was also excited to be help the Chamber move its offices to a new building in Celina. The new office is located at 121 E. Logan Street, sitting right near Lakeshore Drive, with a beautiful view of Grand Lake.
Jason Stolly was the 2015 President of the Lima Young Professionals, which is a division of the of the Lima Allen County Chamber of Commerce. As a part of the YP he strives to give young leaders an edge in the local business community. The YP’s Leadership and Action Committees serve and help organize programs, host events, coordinate volunteer opportunities and community outreach, market our programs and grow membership.
In addition to his work at the YP, Jason is also vice president-elect for The Lima Noon Sertoma Club, which is a service club that aims to meet the needs of the community through volunteer service. Sertoma stands for SERvice TO Mankind. Some of Jason’s projects include the Sertoma Summer Speech Clinic, SHARP Hearing Aid Program, Sertoma Scholarship fund, as well as helping out with many other worthwhile causes.
We were very proud of this year’s Special Olympic State Champs, the Allen County Sharks! This year’s team was coached by first time special Olympic coaches Adam Stolly and Jon Wade who are both Agents here at Stolly. Jon and Adam had a blast with the guys and enjoyed bringing home a win at the state tournament on March 19th. Stolly Insurance was also a sponsor for the team this year, as well as many other area businesses that chipped in to get the Sharks to Columbus. Great job guys!!!