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Among those attending the November meeting of the Columbia Chamber of Commerce are Kaskaskia-Cahokia Trail Coalition President John Reed, Illinois South Tourism Board member and Waterloo Alderman Clyde Heller, City of Columbia Community Relations and Tourism Coordinator Sue Spargo, Illinois South Tourism Board’s Jim Hill, Chamber President Susy Schweigert, Waterloo Mayor Tom Smith and Monroe County History Museum Director Norma Reheis.
Among those attending the November meeting of the Columbia Chamber of Commerce are Kaskaskia-Cahokia Trail Coalition President John Reed, Illinois South Tourism Board member and Waterloo Alderman Clyde Heller, City of Columbia Community Relations and Tourism Coordinator Sue Spargo, Illinois South Tourism Board’s Jim Hill, Chamber President Susy Schweigert, Waterloo Mayor Tom Smith and Monroe County History Museum Director Norma Reheis.

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