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Venue for Chamber meeting changed due to fire at pizzeria

By Ellen Zornes, President, Columbia/Adair County Chamber of Commerce.

The venue for the Chamber of Commerce meeting for tomorrow, Tuesday, November 8, has been changed to Lindsey Wilson College Cramner Dining Center, 430 Helen Flatt Drive, Columbia, KY and will be at the same time, 11:45amCT. The change is due this morning's fire at Andersonís Pizzeria. I have not been able to get in contact with John Thomas of Anderson's but hope everyone is safe.

This month's speakers will be our ACHS Rogers' and Governor's Scholars. Lauren McQuaide, a junior at ACHS, attended the Rogers' Scholar Program this past summer and is the daughter of Dr. Glenn and Mary Ann McQuaide.

Cole Schmidt, a senior at ACHS, attended the Governor's Scholar Program this past summer and is the son of Dr. Chris and Rebecca Schmidt. We look forward to hearing about their life changing academic experiences.

Also Jim Leib, Employment Specialist ACHS, will be giving us more information on The Community Work Transition Program (CWTP) at the High School. CWTP is designed to help our special students gain skills and resources to become Career Ready Workers and how our businesses can become involved.

This story was posted on 2016-11-07 13:27:31
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