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Posted: Friday, July 1, 2011 8:00 pm

Thank you Terri Kimble, from Kyrene School District. You have been a go-getter from your very first week on the job. As CEO of the Ahwatukee Foothills Chamber of Commerce, Kimble has been a spark in this community and we are all better for her being here.

The Kyrene School District is unique in that we have schools in three municipalities: Tempe, Chandler and Phoenix (Ahwatukee). Twelve Kyrene schools are in "Tukee" and having a partner like the energetic and forward-thinking Kimble has been invaluable these past two years.

We're convinced Kimble's positive contributions will thrive because of the strong base she has created. We look forward to working together with her as she moves on to the Chandler Chamber of Commerce.

Good luck to this incredible connector. Kimble is destined to enhance the East Valley overall with her continuing evolution as a business, community and quality of life advocate.

Nancy Dudenhoefer

Kyrene School District Community Relations Manager

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