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CCBA Meet February 16
Members of Cougar Country Business Association (CCBA) elected officers at their annual banquet on Monday, Jan. 30. President is Jeff Gendron, of Gendron's in Coleman; Treasurer Vern Christopherson of Honey Do Contractors, and Secretary Noelle Spreeman of Bay Cities Radio were returned to office. Katie Torres, representing the Village of Coleman, was named vice president.
The quarterly business meeting of CCBA, which serves the greater Coleman/Pound community, is scheduled for Thursday, Feb. 16, but the time and place have not yet been announced. Members will be contacted with that information via e-mail, and anyone interested in attending can check the Cougar Country web site posting prior to the meeting. Members are asked to share their thoughts on any ideas or activity that they feel might make Cougar Country a better community.
Cougar Country officers said they hope to hold their regular and quarterly meetings at various business places in the community, with a different business visited at each meeting, so everyone becomes familiar with what the others have to offer.
Gendron thanked everyone who attended the Annual Banquet, which was held at The Cottage on Business 141 in Pound. "Scott and Sue served a great meal and refreshments," Gendron declared. He also thanked businesses that donated prizes. He also expressed hope the 2018 banquet will be on a night without snow, and said the tradition of holding the event at a member establishment will be continued.