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Nebo School District Superintendent Rick Nielsen and Nebo Education Foundation Director Lana Hiskey recognized Sunroc Building Materials, a Clyde Company, with an award at the Utah Valley Chamber of Commerce at the First Friday Forum in October. Matt McDonald, vice president of Sunroc Building Materials, was there to accept the award and recognition on behalf of the company.

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“The Clydes have been supportive of the Nebo Foundation’s events, especially the annual ‘Green Fever’ golf tournament held every spring. They continue to support teachers and students in various ways,” Nielsen said.

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The Clyde Companies have donated their time, treasure and talent over the years to the students of Nebo School District through the Nebo Education Foundation.

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“The foundation has grown tremendously over the last decade with the dedication and leadership of Natalie Clyde, who served as president, vice president and past president of the Nebo Education Foundation Board. She has vision and knows how to get things done. We are so grateful to the Clydes and their companies for all their continued support,” HIskey said Lana Hiskey.

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The Utah Valley Chamber Education Committee strives to improve educational outcomes in the county through encouraging partnerships between the business and education communities.

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