Englewood City Councilman Joe Jefferson, left, joins in a conversation with Englewood High School Principal Brooke Davis and Englewood Mayor Jim …
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Englewood City Councilman Joe Jefferson, left, joins in a
conversation with Englewood High School Principal Brooke Davis and
Englewood Mayor Jim Woodward at the Greater Englewood Chamber of
Commerce’s Dec. 12 Christmas party. The Alexan Apartments community
room hummed with conversation during the three-hour event. Thanks
to a number of sponsors, the party included food from area
restaurants, a silent auction and time to meet and greet members
and visitors since the chamber rolled out the welcome mat to all
members of the Englewood business community. Michael Morton,
chamber director, said there was a good turnout as quite a few
chamber members attended plus there were quite a few new people at
the party. Photo by Tom Munds
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