Each year, the Columbia Chamber of Commerce takes time to recognize and thank Columbia’s elected officials and public servants for all of their hard work and dedication in serving the community. This year’s breakfast, which took place Tuesday, November 3, was a hybrid event, with some socially distanced in-person attendees and some virtual.
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