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Dr. Eric Loy will speak at Chamber, Tuesday

August meeting 15 minutes earler, in different Cranmer Center room

The Columbia-Adair County Chamber of Commerce will meet Tuesday, August 21, 2007 at 11:30am CM in the Board Room of Lindsey Wilson College Dining Center. The speaker will be Dr. Eric Loy of Loy's Family Medical Center on Campbellsville Road. Please note that the meeting will begin at 11:30am CT(not the regular time of 11:45am CT) and will be in the Board Room. For more information call (270) 384-6020 or stop in the Chamber office, SE corner, Burkesville & East Fortune Streets, Columbia, KY. Sue Stivers Executive Director
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