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Community invited to library district grand opening

Chamber of Commerce celebrates new library district with ribbon cutting

The community is invited to celebrate the newly formed permanent library district with a grand opening on… 183 more words

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Thank you for your interest in my work. I am proud to have been a part of such a wide variety of marketing and communications projects in collaboration with so many wonderful organizations and individuals. 86 more words

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They hope we'll forget about the taxes still in the ACA. But we can't, can we?

It’s easy to let things slide past us after awhile. Who among us can remember everything for ever and be willing and able to discuss a specific topic regarding of its importance? 660 more words

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Renewing Our Commitment to Local Business

January is renewal time for membership organizations, that annual event when our Chamber asks member businesses to stick with us another year – and vote with their pocketbooks by sending us a dues check. 341 more words

Small Business

2018: It's in the Bag

Among the 2018 new year’s resolutions Oak Parkers need set for themselves is “Bring your own bag.”

Starting January 1, in certain retail establishments in Oak Park you will be charged a ten cents fee for each disposable paper or plastic bag provided by the merchant for you to carry goods out of stores.   301 more words

Small Business

Jacksonville, Texas -- Tomato Capital of the World

Jacksonville, Texas, was once known as the Tomato Capital of the World in the 1930’s. The town still celebrates its tomato history with a Tomato Fest the second Saturday each June with many activities, including a tomato eating contest, tomato peeling contest, tomato packing contest, best home grown tomato contest, tomato archery — you get the picture! 295 more words

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Performance Reviews, Our Team and Fruitcake

Year-end brings with it holiday cheer, family, warm feelings and an easy friendliness.  But those who run businesses know that year-end also means closing the financial books, preparing next year’s budget, sizing up unsold inventory and the dreaded annual employee performance reviews. 318 more words

Small Business