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Steve Sparks to Retire as SEE Director

For the past few months,  we have been planning for the wrap-up of the Realizing Robertson’s Future program of work. This plan, funded by more than 50 public and private investors, was originally planned with a four year timeline, but with some penny pinching and several in-kind donations we were able to stretch the funding out to last through June 2017, a five year horizon.   We have accomplished a lot of very positive things through the generous investors of RRF, most notably the growth and expansion of the Robertson Education Initiative (REdI) and the development of our business retention and expansion efforts, Supporting Existing Employers (SEE). 

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Member Spotlight

The Credit Union for Robertson County

Our member spotlight is The Credit Union for Robertson County, our 2016 Member of the Year. The Credit Union for Robertson County exists to provide a souce of credit for members at fair and resonable rates, as well as encouraging the habit of thrift. We honor you for your constant support and engagement with the Chamber and our work to make Robertson County the best it can be! 

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