Chillon Re­cep­tion Cen­ter named Busi­ness of Month

Serve Daily - - EMPOWERING LIBERTY - By Cameron Spot­ten

Ron and Beth Spot­ten wanted to find an old church or other type of build­ing to turn into a re­cep­tion cen­ter. In 1982, they found the empty 5th and 8th Ward Build­ing. They ne­go­ti­ated one of the last pur­chases of a build­ing owned by The Church of Je­sus Christ of Lat­ter-day Saints. They moved their fam­ily into the old class­rooms and started cater­ing wed­dings in the fall. It has been a great fam­ily-owned and-op­er­ated busi­ness ever since.

The Chillon has had the priv­i­lege of work­ing for the res­i­dents of Span­ish Fork and sur­round­ing towns. The Chillon has hired lo­cally and has had and con­tin­ues to have some of the best staff in the val­ley. The Chillon can host wed­dings, cer­e­monies, re­cep­tions, din­ners, dances, recitals and all other types of events.

The Chillon is thrilled to be voted April’s Busi­ness of the Month, and we wish to thank the Span­ish Fork-Salem Area Cham­ber of Com­merce and all of the cus­tomers who have sup­ported us over the years.

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