The newly appointed Marshall County Tourism Commission will conduct its first meeting tonight at 5:30 in the Blueberry Festival Office at 233 East Jefferson Street in Plymouth.

Earlier this month the Marshall County Commissioners made their appointment to the board.  They appointed Angel Balsley of Argos who is the County Fair Board President and Mark Damore owner and operator of the Culver Lakehouse Grille.  They will each serve a one-year term.  Brian Teall, Development Manager for Marshall County United Way, Matt Hovermale the General Manager of the Swan Lake Resort, and Wyatt Stephan who is a board member of Potawatomi Wildlife Park and will serve a two-year term Teall was also appointed interim president until the committee could conduct an election of officers. 

Plymouth Mayor Robert Listenberger appointed the other two members to the board.  His appointments are Tracy Houin the Marshall County Blueberry Festival Coordinator who will serve a 1-year term and Jim Hartung who works for PWI Manufacturing and Zimmer Biomet-Hibbard. Hartung will serve a 2-year term. 

The agenda for the meeting includes organizational items such as election of officer, creation of by-laws, and banking details. 

This meeting is open to the public.