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50 years of Columbia-Adair Chamber of Commerce tomorrow

With one cut: 1st Woman President of the C-AC Chamber of Commerce
Special storySue Stivers, executive director of the Columbia-Adair County Chamber of Commerce reminds members to remember the monthly meeting tomorrow, Tuesday November 20, 2007, meeting at 11:45pmCT at Cranmer Dining Center.

Richard Phelps will present a special program to commemorate the 50th Year of the Columbia-Adair County Chamber of Commerce.

"Richard Phelps, the Program Chairman, has worked real hard researching information about the happenings of the Chamber during the past 50 years," the executive director said, adding, "The meeting will be special beyond that. Past presidents have been invited and we already know that several are planning to attend."

Duo-County Telecom & Bluegrass Cellular will be the corporate sponsor, Stivers said. Call (270) 384-6020 for additional information.

This story was posted on 2007-11-19 02:15:38
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