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Clinton Chamber of Commerce Hosts Annual Dinner

The Clinton Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual dinner Saturday night at the Clinton Country Club.


Chamber Board President Ed Cicenas highlighted the previous year of activities for the Chamber. From a great Business Expo last March to another successful May Days event, the Chamber's biggest fundraiser, the haunted house, remains very successful.



Cicenas is excited about the year ahead. Saturday night kicked off the Chamber's annual raffle for the year and he looks forward to positive changes to some of its events.



According to Cicenas, the Chamber of Commerce is looking to revamp its website this year and the benefits for its members.



The Clinton Chamber also announced the winners of its annual awards. 


The non-profit of the year award went to the Clinton Eagles.


The small business of the year award, which is between 1 and 11 employees, went to Sweet Mae's Ice Cream Shoppe.


The medium business of the year, for businesses with 12 to 75 employees, went to Calvert Funeral Home.


The large business of the year was Baum Chevrolet Buick/Baum Chrysler Jeep in Clinton. 



Photos courtesy of EMC Photography.

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