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Posted: Wednesday, January 11, 2017 12:00 pm

On Thursday, Jan. 5, 2017, Calhoun City Administrator Eddie Peterson addressed the Calhoun Rotary. Peterson recapped the state of the City in the past year and spoke of growth in the industrial, housing and commercial sectors, as well as in healthcare. He is optimistic about 2017 and expects we will continue to see lower unemployment due to the improving economy. Peterson was introduced by Program Chair Jim Mathews. Also attending the meeting was Kristen King, college student and daughter of Club President John King.

Pictured left to right: Jim Mathews, Rotarian; Eddie Peterson, City Administrator; Kristen King; Rotary President John A. King.

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