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CofC: Halloween event, Christmas events cancelled for 2020

By Ellen Zornes, Executive Director
Columbia Adair Chamber of Commerce

With the safety of our community as top priority, the Columbia-Adair Chamber of Commerce is cancelling Treats on the Town this Halloween, Christmas in Columbia of the Christmas Carnival at LWC (also students will not be on Campus that day so could not have the Carnival) and the Christmas Parade.

These are events where many people are in very close proximity for quite some time and could not adhere to CDC Guidelines for health and safety.

Next year we hope to be back to normal and to have these activities again. However, our retail stores will be open that Saturday and we encourage you to shop in person and/or online including FB, with our local businesses.



Please Shop Local this Christmas Season as our local retailers have much to offer our community including one-of-a-kind items.

We have many wonderful retailers right here at home. Shopping here saves mileage and gas for your vehicle, saves travel time and remember every dollar spent locally increases in value three fold for our community.

And, with every purchase from a participating Chamber of Commerce business member between November 2 and December 19, you can be entered in our Shop Local drawing for your chance to win a $100 cash prize!


This story was posted on 2020-09-14 06:11:13
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