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Project Pride recognizes those companies who have enhanced the curb appeal of their business, demonstrated pride in their business surroundings, improved landscaping to look cleaner and greener, and/or is attractive to the general audience. The Chamber’s Ambassadors coordinates this awards program and will make presentations on a bi-monthly basis to those well-deserving of this recognition. Nominations for this prestigious bi-monthly award may be sent at any time during the year. Each month designated Ambassadors will review the nomination forms and select the most deserving applicant for making a curb appeal impact in the City of Miami or Ottawa County.

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Wednesday October 17th

Miami Regional Chamber of Commerce

THE GREAT DEER HUNT KICKS OFF NOV. 1

MIAMI -- The River Bottom Sportsmen and Mid-America Chapter of the Paralyzed Veterans of America are in the final days of preparation for The Great Deer Hunt which kicks off at 9 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 1, in downtown Miami.

The Great Deer Hunt, held annually in Miami, allows disabled American veterans an opportunity to enjoy a weekend of food, fun and fellowship, as well as the thrill of the hunt.

“This event has grown from a grass-roots effort into an annual labor of love for the all-volunteer staff of the River Bottom Sportsmen,” said Jack Dalrymple, president of the River Bottom Sportsmen and host for the weekend event. “We do this as a way to honor our veterans. This event symbolizes the values of our community and it is those values that make our community so special.”

The Great Deer Hunt runs Nov. 1 through Nov. 3 and is held on the Dalrymple farm on the western edge of Miami.

The annual flag raising ceremony has grown into the official opening of the hunt and will feature the raising of the garrison-style U.S. flag on the five-story building at the corner of Central and Main streets in Miami.

“We only hang this flag in conjunction with this hunt,” Dalrymple said. “It covers the entire front of the building. It is an impressive sight and we hope everyone will come out and join us for the flag raising ceremony.”

Six veterans will be participating in this year’s event, according to Dalrymple. While the flag raising ceremony that morning and a banquet sponsored by Buffalo Run Casino and the Peoria Tribe that night officially welcome the participants to Miami, hunt activities begin early Friday morning.

“Our volunteers treat these veterans like royalty for three days,” Dalrymple said. “These veterans pay for nothing and want for nothing while they are here. To us, our guests represent freedom paid in full.”

This year’s participants include:

ACE WRIGHT: Wright served in the Marines from 1965 to 1967. He was wounded in Vietnam. Wright was medevaced to Malaysia then to California, Illinois and Tennessee for rehabilitation. He was discharged in 1967. He is married and lives in Grove.

JON “MARK” CUNNINGHAM: Cunningham served in the Air Force from 1976 to 1982. He was injured in a fall in 1997 and is paralyzed from the chest down. He fitted his chair with mountain bike tires so he could get around his 40-acre farm and take care of his bees. Cunningham is a retired school teacher, but enjoys bee keeping, teaching kids at church and working with the local school district as the manager and head coach of a youth archery program. He and his wife have five children and 15 grandchildren.

KENNY LLOYD: Lloyd served in the Army for t years as a gunner on a M102 105mm Howitzer in 1972 and 1973. He was stationed in Korea. Lloyd, was injured in 1995. He has held the sports director position at the Iowa Chapter PVA and is currently the shooting director. He also is currently the vice president and national director for the chapter. Lloyd is married with four children and five grandchildren.

MONTY ZWANZIGER: Zwanziger served in the Army from 1967 to 1969. His hobbies include hunting, golfing, working in the yard and enjoying time with family and friends. He is a retired funeral director/mortician. My family includes his wife, Wanda; two sons, Adam and Brian and his wife Jessica, and three granddaughters, Harper, Violet and Kinzie.

RENONA CROWDEN: Crowden served in the Air Force from 1989 to 2011. She worked in nondestructive testing for four years and then cross trained into munitions (ammo) for the remainder of her career. A highlight for Crowden was getting an incentive ride a F-16. She is married to a Marine Corps veteran. She has two stepsons and two biological sons. Her oldest biological son served in the Army in the 82nd Airborne.

WIL RAMB: Ramb served in the Marines from 1988 to 1992. He received a medical discharge after a fall that left him a quadriplegic. He is a high-level quad and uses a sip and puff device that aids him while hunting.
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Speaking of #NationalSupportYourLocalChamberofCommerceDay. Look what our special visitor from Welch State Bank brought us this beautiful morning. Thank you Katie and the rest of the team at Welch State Bank we love all you do for us and our communities!!! #WeLoveCOOKIESImage attachmentImage attachment

 

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Wednesday October 17th

Miami Regional Chamber of Commerce

Did you know it was National Chamber of Commerce Day!!!
What is your favorite thing, or event you love about your local chamber?
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The Christmas Parade & FestiFall to name a few!

FestiFall and Christmas parade.

The people who work there..

 

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That was my baby who just commented. Love you Jena! Lol

Awesome stuff this morning!

thank you Chamber.

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Check out NAPA Auto Parts / Katner Mills Motor Supply get your vehicles ready.

 

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Sunday October 14th

Miami Regional Chamber of Commerce

Miami First Assembly of God
' FEAR OF THE LORD "
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