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Chamber announces three major annual awards

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Joel Ray Sprowls serves as guest speaker at banquet

By The Staff

A civic organization, a federal employee and a local businessman were honored Thursday night as the LaRue County Chamber of Commerce conducted its annual awards banquet at First Baptist Church.

  • The Hodgenville Rotary Club's efforts on behalf of the community were recognized with presentation of the Spirit Award.
  • Sandy Brue, chief of interpretation and resource management at the Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Park, was recognized as outstanding citizen for 2009.


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