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A cappella group to perform at Chamber event

WORTHINGTON -- The a cappella band Six Appeal will perform at the Chamber of Commerce and Convention and Visitors Bureau extravaganza on Friday. This year's Chamber event is more than just an annual meeting and dinner -- it's designed to make the...

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WORTHINGTON - The a cappella band Six Appeal will perform at the Chamber of Commerce and Convention and Visitors Bureau extravaganza on Friday.

This year’s Chamber event is more than just an annual meeting and dinner - it’s designed to make the evening more celebratory.
“They remind me of the movie ‘Pitch Perfect,’” said Jessica Nixon, a member of the Chamber’s board of directors, said of Six Appeal. “They are very high energy.”
The vocalists, graduates of Concordia College in Moorhead, will conclude a night that honors businesses and people in the community.
“It will be a fun time to get out and to be with people in the community,” Nixon said. “It will be relaxing and fun.”
The dinner will be catered by the River City Eatery, a Chamber member located in Windom.
Nixon noted that Chamber members are given business opportunities.
“This (night) is an opportunity for people to understand what the Chamber does,” Nixon said.
The event will also encourage residents to join the Chamber and the committees it oversees.
Two awards will be given to outstanding members living in the community.

The event begins at 6 p.m. Friday. Tickets are available through Wednesday. For more information, contact the Chamber of Commerce at (507) 372-2919.

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