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Greensburg Mayor will speak at Tuesday, August 15, 2006 at Chamber of Commerce luncheon; topic will deal with success of neighboring community's efforts to promote the Green River Paddle Trail; early reservatiions needed for this one! Wendy's will cater.
By Sue Stivers, Executive Director, Columbia-Adair Co. Chamber of Commerce

The Columbia-Adair County Chamber of Commerce will meet Tuesday, August 15 beginning at 11:45 AM in the lower level of the Chamber Building. The meal will be catered by Wendy's at a bargain price...only $4.00.



There will be a variety of sandiwches, salads, and drinks. We appreciate James, the manager at Wendy's contacting the regional owner/manager and them giving the special price because of being chamber members.

Reservations must be made by calling the Chamber office at 384-6020 not later than noon on Monday, August 14, 2006.

It is necessary that we know the number attending in order to know how much food is needed.You will pay at the door!

Speaker will be George "Lisle" Cheatham II, Mayor of the city of Greensburg, whose topic will be "Discovering secrets of tourism/Green River Paddle Trail." You won't want to miss this presentation!!

Call 384-6020 NOW for reservations.

See you Tuesday.
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