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LETTER: Katy Davis sends notice of training availability

Also notes that Friday, September 29, 20006, will be her last day with local Chamber office

Dear Chamber Members,

Many of you got to meet Ms. Zella Pearson at our Monthly Chamber meeting held at PinewoodCountry Club. You may remember that she offered to hold training sessions right here in Adair County. Now is your chance! If you or someone in your office would be interested in attending these valuable training sessions, please reply by email no later than this Friday, September 29, 2006, at noon.

This will be the cutoff as Friday will be my last day in the office.We want to see what interest there would be in this venture and need to notify Ms. Pearson of the approximate number of participants Adair County will have.

Thank you all and please know how much I have enjoyed working with each one of you through the Chamber. Iappreciate your kindness and would enjoy working with each of you in future ventures.

Katy Davis
Note: Ms. Davis sent a copy of a training proposal from Zella Pearson, which suggests four days of classes lasting four hours each session, and would cover Communications Skills, Basic English and Writing, Customer Service, and Serving the Hard to Please Customer. For more information, contact the Columbia/Adair County Chamber of Commerce Office at 270-384-6020, or Priority 1, Inc, Zella Pearson, 606-561-6169.

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