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Industrial Board Liason to speak to Edmonton-Metcalfe Chamber

Life size poster of Kentucky Headhunters will be on display; Girl Scout Troop 2173 will serve refreshments. Chamber will celebrat 40th anniversary of Finley Akin business

By Gaye Shaw

The Edmonton-Metcalfe County Chamber of Commerce will meet on Tuesday, May 21, 2013, at 5:30pmCT, in the Chamber Meeting Room, 109 E Stockton Street, Edmonton, KY. Metcalfe County Industrial Board Liaison Maureen Carpenter from the Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce will be the guest speaker discussing how she is assisting Metcalfe County with industrial/economic development.

The Chamber will celebrate Mr. Finley Akins's 40th year in business as Akins Aluminum & Carpet.

On display will be the life size posters of the Kentucky Headhunters to be used in the Metcalfe County Pride of the County Booth at the KY State Fair!

Girl Scout Troop 2173 will serve refreshments. Everyone is invited to attend. - Gaye Shaw, Executive Director

This story was posted on 2013-05-18 19:10:49
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