Walker County Chamber Calendar Of Events

Monday, December 17, 2012

Here are upcoming events for the Walker County Chamber of Commerce:

Dec. 18: Membership Luncheon

Dec. 24 - 25: Chamber Office closed in observance of the holiday days.

Jan. 1: Chamber Office closed in observance of holiday.

Jan. 8: Adult Leadership Walker County 

Jan. 10: Executive Board Meeting 

Jan. 16: Jason Long-State Farm Ribbon Cutting



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