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Ted Wright -- last update 12/4/2009 (ChamberDec3.html) www.cvilleok.com

Copyright 2009 -- Collinsville, Oklahoma

Collinsville Chamber of Commerce
Dec. 3, 2009
Brief Meeting Only - City Program Delayed
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(Membership Info)
Next Chamber meeting is
Jan. 7 at the Library
2009 Chamber Officers

Pres: Ernie Davis
VP: Jin Dolton
Sec/Tres: Billie Francis
Pres. Elect: (TBA)

Directors (2009-2011):
Nichole Landrum
Ted Wright
Bill Johnston

Directors (2008-2010):
Christine Wilson
Kelly Hamlin

1-Year Directors:

Rusty Poindexter
Kelvin Limbocker
Robin Lansaw
Daniel Boggs
Mickie Dessiatova
Don Hutchinson
Stacy Brown

City of Collinsville Report Postponed to January 7th Meeting

City Manager Pam Polk had been scheduled to present City of Collinsville status to the December Chamber luncheon meet but the program was postponed to the January 2010 meet instead.

The chamber mewmbers voted on 2010 officers and the 2009 member of the year. They also heard updates on the Dec. 12th Christmas parade and associated activites including the merchant giveaway.

More Christmas Festival information on the Chamber of commerce web site: www.collinsvillechamber.net

Allie Gower
(Croppinsville -- 1106 W. Main)
Spoke briefly at the December meeting as the luncheon sponsor.

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