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Annual Chamber of Commerce Banquet is 16 May 2017

By Ellen Zornes, President

This is a reminder of the Columbia-Adair Chamber of Commerce annual Awards Banquet Tuesday, May 16, 6pmCT , on the campus of Lindsey Wilson the Cranmer Dining Center, 430 Helen Flatt Drive, Columbia, KY.

The speaker is Kristen Branscum, Commissioner of the Kentucky Department of Travel and Tourism, and a native of Russell County.

The banquet will also feature music by local singer Maggie Coleman.

Please join us to honor award nominees nominated and elected by members of the Chamber of Commerce with the winner of each category being presented at the banquet.

Tickets are available from the Chamber of Commerce, 201 Burkesville Street.

Contact the Chamber or Commerce at 270-384-6020. Please let us know number of tickets needed by Friday, May 12. We look forward to you joining us Tuesday, May 16, for the 2017 Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet!

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