Terri Hudson, executive director of the Manchester Chamber of Commerce, resigned from her position. She held the title for 3 years and 8 months.
“This has been a really difficult decision, one I wavered on, in fact, but I’ve decided to move back to Kentucky to be with my family,” Hudson said. “It’s been a fun position, and everyone has been so welcoming to me, that’s what made it so hard.”
Chamber President Kevin Sherrill called her an invaluable member and wished her the best.
“While it will be difficult to replace Terri, we as the Chamber of Commerce look forward to finding the right candidate to lead our fine organization into the future,” he added. “The great work our Chamber does for the local business community will continue moving forward without delay.”
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