Funding approved for Civil War musicians, quilt racks
Wednesday, November 20, 2013 at 7:00 am (Updated: November 20, 7:02 am)
The Lebanon Tourist and Convention Commission had a busy week, holding two meetings and appointing two new commissioners.
Technically, the commission didn’t meet on Nov. 11. Since only three commissioners — Chairman Brad Lanham, Carlotta Brussell and David Winebrenner — were present, the commission did not have a quorum.
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