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State Of The Community 2014
The Christian County Chamber of Commerce held its annual State of the Community Eye Opener Breakfast Tuesday morning. Your News Edge was on hand and took these pictures. 
 
Betsy Shelton. Community President Heritage Bank
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Betsy Shelton. Community President Heritage Bank

Hopkinsville Mayor Dan Kemp

Griffin Moore - Quality Service Award Winner

Oak Grove Mayor Dan Potter