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Upcoming events from Chamber of Commerce

By Ellen Zornes, Columbia Adair Chamber Executive Director

Thank you to everyone that attended the May Chamber meeting. We had a wonderful time! A special thank you to our speakers, Alya Hargis, Green River Ministries and Hometown Connect; and Cayce Davenport, ACHS Art Director and Adair Arts Council spokesperson. We learned a lot today. And be watching for the Adair Arts Council that is having some events in June and July here in Columbia. You'll want to be part of the excitement!



Also, Cayce will be the main artist of a mural to be painted on the Columbia-Adair Training and Development Center, 201 Burkesville Street, that houses our Chamber of Commerce, Economic Development and Tourism. We're really excited to see the forthcoming mural!

Our annual Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet is Tuesday, June 14, 2022 at 6pmCT at LWC Cranmer Dining Center. Our speaker and entertainment will be hometown musician, Michael Webb, son of Dr. George and Elizabeth Webb. Tickets are $20 each and must be reserved before Friday, June 3rd. We also need door prize sponsors for the banquet. If you would like to be a banquet door prize sponsor, please let us know by June 1st so we can get your name on the program!

A ribbon cutting is scheduled on Friday, May 27, at 11am at Walker Realty on Burkesville Street. Amy Walker is the new broker. Come see their updated office and help us cut the ribbon. Light refreshments will be served.

We welcomed new Chamber member, Harry Rogers of Oak Mountain Homestead L.L.C. Nursery, Garden & Plant Sales. For more information, contact us at 270-384-6020 or by email at coladair@duo-county.com.


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Art news shared at Chamber meeting



2022-05-12 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
Cayce Davenport, ACHS Art Director and Adair Arts Council spokesperson shared upcoming events in the arts in Adair County. She will be a connection for murals at the Training and Development Center that houses the Chamber of Commerce, Economic Development and Tourism, and also for the City of Columbia's Paint the Town celebration.

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Introducing a network of services and medical care



2022-05-12 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
Ayla Hargis, MSW,Green River Ministries executive director, spoke at the May Columbia Adair Chamber of Commerce meeting to introduce MyKY.info, a free services and reduced medical care service network. It works with agencies in the region, including JOY Ministries in Columbia, to assure that help is available to those in need at all times. For information, she can be reached at hometownconnectky@gmail.com.

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