Kenneth L. Warnick, chairman-elect of The Chamber Ogden/Weber, will receive the 1995 Lewis W. Shurtliff-University Club Award for service to the campus and community.
The Weber State University Alumni Association and President Paul H. Thompson will present the award to Warnick during the fourth annual University Club Birthday Party at 7 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 7, at the Timber Mine Restaurant & Steak House, 1701 Park Blvd.Warnick is vice president of Great Salt Lake Minerals Corp. He lives in South Ogden.
As past chairman of the chamber's education committee, Warnick helped establish a local Partners in Education Program. Warnick encouraged a dozen northern Utah companies to adopt Ogden and Weber County schools. His company received statewide recognition for efforts to improve educational opportunities at South Weber Elementary School.
Warnick is past chairman and a member of the board of directors of United Way of Northern Utah.
Dinner reservations for the Weber State birthday party may be made prior to Thursday, Jan. 5, by calling 626-7535. Cost is $20 per person. The public may attend.
The Shurtliff award honors Lewis W. Shurtliff, founder of Weber State Academy, predecessor to Weber State University.