HANCOCK COUNTY CHAMBER by sdfgsg234

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									  NEWSAND
INFORMATION
     FOR
                               HANCOCK COUNTY
  HANCOCK
   COUNTY
  CHAMBER
                                  CHAMBER
                            P. O. Box 404, Hancock County Development Complex, Hawesville, KY 42348
  MEMBERS                                                       www.hancockcounty-ky.com
Board Officers:                                                erice@hancockcounty-ky.com
President:                                                         (270) 927- 8223
Walt Allen
                                                                   December 2007
Vice-president:
Richard Basham                                               Happy Holidays!
Treasurer:
Rick Embry                                Next Meeting                                           ‘Tis the Season
                            The next breakfast meeting of the Chamber will be         The Hancock County Chamber of Commerce
Board Members:
Monty Quinn           on Tuesday, December 11, 2007, at 7:30 a.m. at the        extends wishes for a joyful holiday season to
Tim Gooch             Riverview Restaurant. Speakers this month will be         members and their families.
Brandon House         Jack McCaslin, Hancock County Judge Executive,                  Have a safe and happy holiday.
Paul Young            Chad Gregory, Mayor-City of Lewisport, and
Sharon Russelburg
Mark Wood             Charles King, Mayor-City of Hawesville, who will
                      present a report for 2007. The Chamber would like to                Support our Local Merchants
Exofficio:            thank U S Bank for sponsoring the breakfast.                   The Chamber would like to thank Hancock
Jack McCaslin                                                                   County for shopping at home.
Charles M. King
Chad Gregory                        Christmas Care and Share
                            There is still time to make a donation to Hancock                   Email Newsletter
Executive Director:
Edna Rice             County Christmas Care and Share which will be                   We would like to start sending some of our
                      held Saturday, December 15, at the Hancock County         newsletters by email to help reduce printing and
                      Middle School.                                            postage costs. If you would like to receive this
                                                                                newsletter via email, please give us your email
  Newsletter


                                     Chamber Membership                         address. Thanks.
                            January is membership renewal month and all
                      members will be receiving renewal notices the first week            Newsletters on the Web
                      in January. Your continued support will be appreciated.        We are also now posting our newsletters on
                      Now is also the time to invite new members to the        our webpage. Please visit us on the web at
                      Chamber.                                                 www.hancockcounty-ky.com.


                                          New Member
                            The Chamber would like to welcome Brad
                      Goodall, Computer Specialist, as our newest member.


                                                                                          GOD BLESS AMERICA!


                                                      Dates to Remember

                          Dec. 1           -      Christmas Parades - Hawesville 1:00 p.m., Lewisport 4:00 p.m.

                          Dec. 11          -      Regular Chamber breakfast meeting, 7:30 a.m., Riverview Restaurant.

                          Dec. 15          -      Christmas Care and Share - Hancock County Middle School.

                          Dec. 24 - 25     -      Merry Christmas - Chamber office will be closed.


                                                        “Opportunities are seldom labeled.”

								
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