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Maple Leaf Grand Marshal Nominations Sought

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CARTHAGE, MISSOURI -

Nominations are currently being accepted for the 49th Annual Maple Leaf Festival Grand Marshal. Nomination forms may be picked up at the Chamber office, 402 S Garrison, Carthage, you may call 417-358-2373 to have them faxed or e-mailed to you, or you may find them at www.carthagemapleleaf.com. Nominations must be submitted on the official form.

Deadline for accepting nominations is 4 p.m. on July 31. This deadline is for actual receipt of nomination form at the Chamber office. Please return your nomination form to Carthage Chamber of Commerce, Attn: Mary Jo Little, 402 S. Garrison, Carthage, MO 64836 or mjlittle@carthagechamber.com.

“The Grand Marshal is a long tradition. It’s an honor,” said Jeanine Poe, Chairperson of the 49th Annual Maple Leaf Festival Committee. “Every year, the Maple Leaf committee receives many nominations of highly respected citizens who have made significant contributions to the community. It’s never an easy choice so please be sure to be specific and detailed when you nominate a potential Grand Marshal. Every little bit will help the committee choose the best nominee for the 2015 festival.”

For more information, contact Mary Jo at the Carthage Chamber of Commerce, 417-358-2373 or mjlittle@carthagechamber.com.

The 49th Annual Maple Leaf Festival will be held throughout the month of October.

 

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