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Published: Friday, May 2, 2014 4:47 p.m. CST
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Incoming Chamber President Tim Harris (left) congratulates outgoing Chamber President Rex Conger.
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Chamber Ambassador Eric May (from left) and Chamber Director Kim Frey present the Ambassador of the Year Award to Gina Nelson.
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Rex Conger (center) was awarded the Chamber Member of the Year Award, presented by Chamber President Tim Harris (left) and Chamber Executive Director Kim Frey.
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Chamber President Tim Harris (left) watches as Dawn Conerton, director of CPASA, accepts the Service Club of the Year Award on behalf of the organization.
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A humbled Julie McCutchan addresses the crowd after being named the 2014 Homestead Festival Parade grand marshal.

The Princeton Chamber of Commerce held its annual meeting Thursday evening at Right Downtown. The event, which included dinner catered by Kramer’s Catering, was an overview of the past year coupled with plans for the future. Awards were given, and announcements for the 2014 Homestead Festival were made, including  the theme — “Back in the Day,” which will revolve around a 1950’s theme and honor former Princeton resident Richard Widmark. Princeton Mayor Keith Cain also addressed the crowd, urging Chamber members to promote a positive attitude.

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