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October 19, 2011

Chamber Vice-President announces resignation

HOPKINSVILLE, KY: Christian County Chamber of Commerce President and  CEO, Carter Hendricks, announced that Vice President of Community Relations, Jeremy Stevenson, has resigned.  Mr. Stevenson served as the Vice President of Community Relations for sixteen months and oversaw all aspects of Christian County Cares 2015, the community vision plan.

Mr. Stevenson commented, “It was an honor to serve as the Vice President at the Chamber.  However, my desire to spend time with my children in Lexington has caused me to reevaluate my priorities.  I am excited to pursue my next professional opportunity while spending more time with my family.”

Mrs. Cammie Evans will serve as the Interim Vice President of Community Relations while continuing her role as Workforce Education Director. She will work closely with the Christian County Cares team to ensure a smooth transition in the coming weeks and months.  Evans will begin serving as Interim Vice President of Community Relations on November 1.

Please feel free to contact the Chamber at 885-9096 or with any questions.

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