Indian Summer Festival

By: Alana Adams
By: Alana Adams

The Tourist Development Council spent time Tuesday morning hashing out some of the details of this year's Indian Summer Festival.

Last year the board decided they were not going to take on the festival again because they were losing too much money. They agreed to hire a private company to take over, but they have yet to choose which company.

Tuesday, the board agreed to set a standard for the festival so potential companies will know whether they can run the festival.

Executive director of the TDC, Bob Warren, explained to the board they want a clearly outlined plan so each company understands exactly what they're getting themselves into.

"We will be acting as a sponsor for this although we continually own the event, but it would be our intent for someone to come in and manage the entire festival start to finish."

The board has not determined how much they will financially support the festival this year.


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