Displays Students' Artful Images

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Blake Haston's Short Mountain Taylor Women Rd. Sunrise
The website is a joint project of Woodbury, Auburntown, and the County. Site content is maintained by the Chamber of Commerce working with local web designer Short Mountain Studios.
In just 2 more months the website will have been up for 2 years. The site's goal is to provide all the basic information about the cities' and county's public services, schools. elected officials, area business, and not-for-profits organizations. It endeavors to be the thorough one-stop shop for resource reference. As well, a continually updated Events Calendar can be found on the main page of the website. All are encouraged to submit community relevant events to the Chamber of Commerce for posting to the calendar. exists to provide local residents and visitors information about who we are, how we operate, and what's going when: governmental meetings, new business ribbon cuttings, fundraisers, and the many special entertaining events that are unique to Cannon County.
Located at the top of the site's main page, is a rotating photographic banner of images taken by county residents. Those images show the beauty of our community and suggest to visitors how proudly we feel about our towns and countryside.
Most recently two students from Gwen Copeland's art class have submitted additions to the banner images. Many thanks to students Blake Haston and Chloe Fann for capturing artful images. 
Neal Appelbaum
President, Cannon County Chamber of Commerce
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April 22, 2012 at 7:06am
Beautiful Gods creation.
April 22, 2012 at 4:18pm
Excellent website! Great job.
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