Annual Banquet/Leader Awards

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The Liberty County Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting & Awards Banquet will be held on Friday, January 27th at Club Stewart. Cocktail hour begins at 630pm. There are plans to have a live band and a few surprises!

This is the Chamber's annual event to recognize outgoing Board Members and honor our Chairman for his/her duties performed. This is also the chance to recognize our Business Leader and Civic Leader of the Year, along with numerous other business awards.

Forms to nominate for these awards are available at www.libertycounty.org and it does not cost anything to nominate.

RSVP for the dinner by emailing beth@libertycounty.org or call 368.4445. $35 for members and $50 for non-members.


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