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Chamber ornament features Elk Country Visitors Center

December 23, 2010

St. Marys Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Sally Wilson, along with Carla Wehler, operations manager at the Elk Country Visitors Center, place this year's Chamber ornament, featuring the center, on the tree inside the facility during a recent Chamber Business to Business event. Photo by Amy Cherry.

This holiday season the St. Marys Area Chamber of Commerce's annual Christmas ornament features the Elk Country Visitors Center.
"We felt it was appropriate to feature the visitors center, as it has been a huge attraction to our area," said Sally Wilson, Chamber executive director.
As part of the 25th anniversary of the Christmas ornament program, the Chamber is offering two different designs.
The first design is an ivory ornament with a color photo of the visitors center with "Elk Country Visitor Center" written in ivory script.
"This is the first year we've done a photo on the ornament. We usually did a line drawing," said Wilson.
The second design is also an ivory ornament with black script writing and an outline of an elk.
According to Wilson, each year 350 ornaments are ordered through Printing Plus of St. Marys.
"Sometimes if we think it's going to be a popular design, we will order larger quantities," she said.
For more on this story, see the Dec. 24 edition of The Daily Press.

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