Sheila O’Brien Sheila O’Brien was the winner of the 2 pm round of the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce’s Water Fun Run. Her $500 check was presented by Paris Landing State Park’s Gary McEntire, the Chamber’s President-elect and Vice President of Organizational Development. The Water Run was segmented into three rounds to avoid long lines.
Josh Poe The Johnson Agency’s Mark Johnson, Chamber of Commerce Person of the Year, presents Josh Poe with his $500 check for the best hand in the 3 pm round of the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce’s Water Fun Run on Kentucky Lake.
CBT Ribbon Cutting Chamber President Tony Lawrence and a large group of supporters were on hand as Mike Cary and Justin Oliver welcomed everyone to the ribbon cutting at CBT.
Joe Mahan Ford Chamber Coffee Tyler Boyd, Foundation Bank, and former Chamber President Butch Powers, Foundation Bank, attended the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce Coffee at Joe Mahan Ford.
Person of the Year, Mark Johnson Mark Johnson, The Johnson Agency, a former Chamber President, was honored as Person of the Year at the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce banquet.
Songwriters Night Judge Vicki Snyder and Cooper enjoyed Songwriters Night during Downtown Paris Week.
Pepsi facility dedication Former Senator Roy Herron served as master of ceremonies for the dedication of the Pepsi facility to long time employee Ricky Price, who has been with the company for 41 years.
Clay Dyer at BASSFest Henry County Alliance CEO David Hamilton, left, and Paris Mayor Carlton Gerrell, TVCC, right, pose with professional angler Clay Dyer at BASSFest.
BASS Fest A large crowd turned out today to watch the weigh in for the Bassmasters Elite tournament as part of BASSFest. The arts and crafts show, free kids’ carnival, displays, petting zoo and Bassmaster University will be tomorrow as part of the activities at Paris Landing State Park. BASSFest will continue through Sunday.
K and B Supplies for Success Kevin Buie (center with scissors), surrounded by Brenda Evans, Ann Buie and a large crowd, cut the ribbon at the new location of K and B Supplies for Success in downtown Paris.