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Rep. Comer honors Sue Stivers on Floor of U.S. House


Related: Sue Stivers Day story with pictures

By Michael Gossum, Communications Director
Office of Representatives James Comer

WASHINGTON Ė Congressman James Comer (KY-01) recognized Columbia resident Sue Stivers on the House floor this week in Washington. Congressman Comer honored her for work with the Cooperative Extension Service and throughout the community. "Sheís not only helped local businesses thrive as the Executive Director of the Adair County Chamber of Commerce, but is involved in one of the main components of life in the area, Lindsey Wilson College," said Congressman Comer.

You can see Congressman Comerís full remarks by clicking on the image below.





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