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Retirement reception to honor Kathy Johnson

By Ellen Zornes

Kathy Johnson, who has served as Office Manager for the Columbia-Adair Chamber of Commerce, Economic Development Authority and Tourism for the past 13 years is retiring effective June 30, 2019. She will be greatly missed!

A retirement reception will be held in her honor on Thursday, June 20, 2019, from 1pmCT to 2:30pmCT at the Chamber Office, 201 Burkesville St., Columbia, KY. Please stop by and wish Kathy a Happy Retirement!




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Kathy Johnson retirement reception Thursday, 20 June 2019



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Ellen Zornes, Chamber Executive Director, writes, "Kathy Johnson, who has served as Office Manager for the Columbia-Adair Chamber of Commerce, Economic Development Authority and Tourism for the past 13 years is retiring effective June 30, 2019. She will be greatly missed!"

A retirement reception will be held in her honor on Thursday, June 20, 1-2:30pmCT at the Chamber Office, 201 Burkesville Street. Please stop by and wish Kathy a Happy Retirement!

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