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Jackson Begins Plans For Next Year’s Centennial

July 17, 2013 Jackson Hole, State of Wyoming, Town of Jackson No Comments
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It’s still a little less than a year away, but organizers are looking for ideas from residents how the Town of Jackson should celebrate its centennial in 2014.  According to Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce Director of Special Events Maureen Murphy, a small committee has been formed to help plan festivities.  That committee is seeking suggestions much as the state did in 1990 for its centennial.  Those with ideas for events, programs or initiatives that would help commemorate the spirit of the community are asked to submit those ideas to the chamber by August 14th.

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