Chamber of Commerce Annual General MeetingJuly 30, 2014 3:35am
Lou Ciavarella is the new Kyabram Chamber of Commerce president. on CAPTION: Lou Ciavarella is the new Kyabram Chamber of Commerce president.
Kyabram Chamber of Commerce will hold its Annual General Meeting this Tuesday with hopes local businesses will show their support.
Chamber president Lou Ciaveralla said the there had been a low turnout during recent meetings because of the good state of many Kyabram retailers, but there was always room for improvement.
‘‘I think sometimes a lot of people are happy in their own little world and can’t be bothered. They shouldn’t be like that really,’’ Mr Ciaveralla said.
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