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Next Town Meeting Tuesday, March 26, 1996 5 P.m. Courthouse Annex

This article first appeared in issue 2, and was written by Linda Waggener.

*Town Meeting group needs a Board Chairperson with vision like the Oneida Indians who "plan seven generations ahead", and who also has time to lead and inspire. Who will it be? Bring suggestions, nominations to the meeting for a vote.

*We have 4 big festivals already - what if we added a couple? The Chamber of Commerce does two excellent festivals each year, Fall in September and Christmas. Lindsey Wilson College includes the town in its annual Homecoming each November, as does Adair County High School's Mark Twain Marching Band Festival in October. And also, June and July have Dairy Day and the Fair. Yet that still leaves the months of January, February, March, April, May, and August with nothing special. Should we make plans to help fill out the calendar? What about adding celebrations in the first quarter? Do we have a winter specialty? The Promotions Committee is open to ideas we can go to work on!

Food For Thought

"The hardest part of having a great life is the deciding of exactly what it will take to make it so." -T. Robbins

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