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Lee County Chamber gets out ornaments

October 5, 2006

Albany-- While it may not be time to break out your Christmas Tree just yet, you can get an early start on purchasing an ornament to give your tree a local feel.The Lee County Chamber of Commerce is presenting the first in what will be many Lee County Christmas ornaments.

This years ornament depicts the Lee County Courthouse, each of the ornaments is diestruck with a pewter finish and comes with a storage pouch. The cost is twelve dollars per ornament, and Chamber officials say they have three-hundred to sell in all, with the proceeds benefiting the Lee County Chamber.

"Everything from this goes right back to the community. We go back into our marketing program, so when you purchase this all the proceeds go back into the Lee County Chamber, therefore going back into the community"said Becky Belcher with the Lee County Chamber of Commerce.

Ornaments are now available at the following locations: The Lee County Chamber of Commerce, Lee Pride Cleaners, The Bank of Lee County, Regions Bank in Leesburg, Simply Spoiled, Copelan Insurance, SunTrust Bank in Lee County, Merle Norman Cosmetics and Gifts, Parker Real Estate Group, and CTSI until supplies last.

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