The Lee County Chamber of Commerce held its 22nd annual banquet at the Hasan Temple.
Chamber leaders say now more than ever, the chamber's role is crucial to the area they serve. With the economy wavering, they encourage the business community to stand together.
The Chamber honored more than a half dozen business and community leaders for their service to the area over the last year.
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