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Attendees Debbie Lahey (left), of Countryside Bank; Sheri Law (middle), of Sheri Law Art Glass Ltd. in Homer Glen; and Curtis Jean Baptiste, of A-Reliable Craftsman, chat Thursday, Jan. 31, at the Homer Glen Area Chamber of Commerce farewell party hosted at Rubi Agave Latin Kitchen, Tequila & Whiskey Bar. Photos by Mary Compton/22nd Century Media
Former Homer Glen Area Chamber of Commerce Board Chairman Mitch Hart and his wife, Diane, enjoy food at the farewell party for the organization.
Village of Homer Glen Trustee Keith Gray (left) catches up with John McGary during the farewell party. The Heritage Corridor Business Alliance officially came into being the following day.
Mary Compton, Freelance Reporter
3:27 pm CST February 4, 2019
It’s hard to say goodbye to a good thing. But for members of the Homer Glen Area Chamber of Commerce, a recent merger between themselves and the Lemont Area Chamber of Commerce meant saying farewell but also a happy hello to promoting more businesses and growing together. The new combined organization is called the Heritage Corridor Business Alliance and will remain a Chamber of Commerce that serves Homer Glen, Lemont and the surrounding areas.