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1,300 participated in Treats on the Town for 2014

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By Debbie Selby
Chair, Treats on the Town 2014, Columbia/Adair County Chamber of Commerce

I would like to thank everyone who participated in Treats On The Town. Although the weather did not cooperate, we had another successful event.

Approximately 1,300 children passed through the Jim Blair Center with smiling faces and laughter.

I would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge and say thank you to those who made this event a success:

Those participating are as follows: Adair County Jaycees, Bank of Columbia, Lisa Greer, Lindsey Wilson College, Mindy Smith, Mike Stephens, Jeff Feese, First and Farmers Bank, City Police Department, Adair County EMS, Masonic Lodge/Easter Star, Melson Ridge Separate Baptist Church, Kentucy ASAP, Veronica Mouser, Beulah Chapel Church, Mt.Carmel UMC, WAIN Radio, June Parson, Best Financial, Curtis Hardwick, Darrell Baker, Jennifer Hutchison, Ann Melton, Josh Brockman, Russell Heights Baptist Church, Harrison Moss, Staff Management, Bluegrass Cellular, Journey to Independent Living, Tracy York and Victory Community Church.

Without these individuals, we could not and would not have a successful Treats On The Town.

Thank you sincerely for your participation and for making a lot of our local children very happy. - Debbie Selby

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