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TRDDA plans volunteer appreciation event

The Three Rivers Downtown Development Authority/Michigan Main Street has announced details regarding its 2016 volunteer appreciation ice cream social. The free event is 6 to 8 p.m. June 9 in the downtown district. Guests will have the opportunity to gather toppings from participating local merchants, then get a scoop of ice cream at the DDA booth.

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Vago accepts DDA position

David Vago, who was offered the job of executive director of the Three Rivers Downtown Development Authority/Michigan Main Street, informed officials he will accept the post. Currently a California resident, Vago will begin the job June 6. Vago is a farm technician at East Bay Regional Park District in Oakland. He will be paid a $42,000 annual salary for the …

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TRDDA announces new executive director

Members of the Three Rivers Downtown Development Authority/Michigan Main Street Board last week approved offering a contract to a California man to serve as executive director of the agency. David Vago is a farm technician at East Bay Regional Park District in Oakland. Board members during a meeting Friday agreed to offer a $42,000 salary for the full-time position. Vago …

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Trammell named to MACP Board

A statewide association representing more than 300 chambers of commerce in Michigan has appointed Christy Trammell to serve on the board for a term that expires in 2019. Trammell, executive director of the Three Rivers Area Chamber of Commerce, will serve on the Michigan Association of Chamber Professionals. Serving in the position will allow Trammell to help set the strategic …

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Three Rivers does not advance in America’s Best Communities contest

Three Rivers Area Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Christy Trammell said she was told this week the community did not advance in an economic-impact contest sponsored by Frontier Communications. After being selected in April as one of 50 quarterfinalists from a pool of 400 applicants in the America’s Best Communities competition, Three Rivers was awarded $50,000 for making the …

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Annual visit to Three Rivers

The Three Rivers DDA/Main Street program next week will welcome representatives from National Main Street and Michigan Main Street back to Three Rivers for their annual visit. Every Michigan Main Street program undergoes a yearly evaluation to assess the program’s progress in addressing downtown revitalization issues. Brian Persky, DDA/Main Street executive director, said because all Main Street programs vary considerably …

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