Carolina Foothills Chamber of Commerce Director Janet Sciacca holds one of the business card photo magnets to be handed out as free gifts at this Saturday’s 2014 Business and Community Expo. The event is free to the public and there will be a chance to learn more about local businesses, enjoy free snacks, purchase hot dogs and more for a Polk County High School PCHS Key Club fundraiser and get the chance to win a Kindle Fire. Sciacca, Christina Feagan and chamber board member Kim Karaman organized the event set for Saturday, Jan. 18 from noon-5 p.m. at PCHS. See insert in paper about expo. (photo by Kirk Gollwitzer)
Carolina Foothills Chamber of Commerce Director Janet Sciacca holds one of the business card photo magnets to be handed out as free gifts at this Saturday’s 2014 Business and Community Expo. The event is free to the public and there will be a chance to learn more about local businesses, enjoy free snacks, purchase hot dogs and more for a Polk County High School PCHS Key Club fundraiser and get the chance to win a Kindle Fire. Sciacca, Christina Feagan and chamber board member Kim Karaman organized the event set for Saturday, Jan. 18 from noon-5 p.m. at PCHS. See insert in paper about expo. (photo by Kirk Gollwitzer)

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Published 7:35pm Thursday, January 16, 2014

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