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Holman in town for DCED on the Road

September 19, 2013

Clyde Holman, Michelle Bogacki and members of Boy Scout Troop 93 at the Welcome Center.

Clyde "Champ" Holman, Deputy Secretary for Community Affairs and Development for the state's Department and Community and Economic Development, visited Ridgway Tuesday as part of the DCED on the Road program.
Holman, along with others from the Department of Community and Economic Development, visited the Welcome Center in downtown Ridgway. Area residents, along with State Representative Matt Gabler and members of Boy Scout Troop 93 were all in attendance to welcome the DCED officials.

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