Cam­bria to honor ci­ti­zen, busi­ness of the year

The Tribune (SLO) - - The Cambrian - BY KATHE TAN­NER ktan­[email protected]­bune­news.com

North Coast res­i­dents will come to­gether at the Cav­a­lier Re­sort on Jan. 15 to honor Con­suelo Macedo and Linn’s Res­tau­rant, se­lected re­cently by the Cam­bria Cham­ber of Com­merce as the 2018 ci­ti­zen and busi­ness of the year, re­spec­tively.

In the nom­i­na­tion, Macedo was lauded for her tire­less work for and ded­i­ca­tion to such non­prof­its as the Cam­bria His­tor­i­cal So­ci­ety, Friends of the Fis­calini Ranch Pre­serve, Friends of the Cam­bria Li­brary, Amer­i­can Le­gion Post No. 432, Na­tive Daugh­ters of the Golden West, Uni­ver­sity Women and Chemo Diva (she grows her hair long and after get­ting it cut, she do­nates the locks for the cre­ation of wigs for can­cer pa­tients).

She has just re­tired after nearly 20 years of writ­ing the Culi­nary Cor­ner col­umn in The Cam­brian.

Linn’s and the Linn fam­ily were se­lected be­cause of their on­go­ing com­mu­nity and fundrais­ing ef­forts, work to help build Cam­bria’s tourism econ­omy. They were nom­i­nated by last year’s busi­ness win­ner, Shanny Covey of Robin’s res­tau­rant.

KATHY MACEDO Cour­tesy photo

Con­suelo Macedo makes her sig­na­ture red en­chi­ladas us­ing her own blend of chilies.

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