Cadiz called ‘sexy’ at Chamber of Commerce Dinner
by Franklin Clark, Reporter -- fclark@cadizrecord.com
Jul 03, 2012 | 5 5 recommendations | email to a friend | print
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Kim Huston, president of the Nelson County Economic Development Agency, was the featured speaker at the 49th annual Cadiz/Trigg County Chamber of Commerce Dinner Thursday night.</i>
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Kim Huston, president of the Nelson County Economic Development Agency, was the featured speaker at the 49th annual Cadiz/Trigg County Chamber of Commerce Dinner Thursday night.

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Kim Huston, president of the Nelson County Economic Development Agency, said Cadiz and Trigg County can definitely be called “sexy” at the 49th annual Cadiz/Trigg County Chamber of Commerce Dinner.

Huston, the author of “Small Town Sexy,” was the featured speaker at the dinner, which was held Thursday evening at Lake Barkley State Resort Park. She said that when she refers to small towns as “sexy,” she means “interesting” or “intriguing.”

Huston said small towns are vital, and also talked about the importance of small businesses and talked about how to encourage young people to return home.

Awards are also handed out at Chamber dinners, and this year was no exception. Retiring Cadiz/Trigg County Chamber of Commerce President Mallory Lawrence presented the Citizen of the Year Award to Brenda Southwick, community education director for Trigg County Schools.

The Educator of the Year Award was presented to Lori Ricks, the engineering instructor at Trigg County High School.

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