Here are the winners of the Merrimack Valley Chamber of Commerce Annual Small Business Awards

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Robert Nelson, state director of the US Small Business Administration Business, is scheduled to speak at the Merrimack Valley Chamber of Commerce’s annual Small Business Awards Breakfast.

Among the award categories and companies honored are Business Assistance, Merrimack Valley Planning Commission and Veterans Northeast Outreach Center; Cultural/Tourism, Stevens Coolidge Place and Wamesit Lanes; Discovery/Education, Middlesex Community College and Notre Dame Cristo Rey High School Valley; Environmental, Revise and UTEC Mattress Recycling Program; Healthcare, Baker-Katz Skilled Nursing and Rehab and Spark Fitness and Tennis Club; Innovative, CI Works and the Culinary Arts Program at Northern Essex Community College.

Other categories and winners are Longevity, Align Credit Union and Coady’s Towing; Manufacturing/R&D, 6K and Boston lasers; Media Advocate, Lawrence Community Access Television and Merrimack Valley Eats; Nonprofit/Community Service, Greater Lawrence Community Action Council and Kiwanis Club of Greater Lawrence; Perseverance, North Shore and Music Theater and the Tomacchio family; Diversity Owned, City Sealcoating and solution for the Hispanic market; Retail, Case Hit Collectibles and Llinkk Countertops.

Rounding out the list are Service, Driscoll Funeral Service and Induspad/Xologistic; owned by veterans Michael Malvers, Haverhill Steel and Ivan Elias, Merrimack Digital; Wholesale, Colony Foods and Diburro’s dressing; Women In Business, Kristen Carbone of Carbone’s Kitchen and Zoraida Rosado of Somos Green Innovations; Special tribute to family businesses, AP Michaud Insurance Agency, George’s Bakery, Harrows Chicken Pies, Omni Print and Pest-End.

The annual Merrimack Valley Chamber of Commerce Small Business Awards Breakfast takes place Friday, June 10, 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m., at the Renaissance Golf and Country Club, 377 Kenoza St., Haverhill. Tickets are $30 each and are available by calling 978-686-0900 or visiting