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Chamber After Hours

Story by Jimbob Baird

Lively conversation, good food, and the hospitable surroundings at First State Bank made for a pleasant Bowling Green Area Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours event on February 12. The event lasted two hours and was a great way to meet other business people, socialize with Chamber partners, and enjoy a fun early evening out.

Servers from Olde Stone manned the open bar, food was donated by Griff’s Deli, and there were plenty of snacks, desserts, door prizes, and announcements. “We try to connect with the community every day, and sincerely appreciate your support,” said Logan Brewer, from FSB, who was accompanied by his wife Kristen.

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