Board Retreat Kevin Buie, Vice President of Community Development of the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce, K and B Supplies for Success, provided Be Local buttons today for everyone who attend the Chamber’s Board of Directors retreat.
Camp Tyson Book Available at Chamber Office “As If They Were Ours: The Story of Camp Tyson America’s Only Barrage Balloon Training Facility,” by Shannon McFarlin, a book detailing the history of Camp Tyson, located in Henry County, and its impact on our community, is now available at the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce, 2508…
Monte and SI Henry County Sheriff Monte Belew and Si were among the guests at the Chamber’s Christmas Open House today.
Board of Directors Breakfast Pictured are Kim Foster and Randy Geiger. Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce and Henry County Alliance staff members, David Hamilton, Jennifer Wheatley, Monica Smith and Tara Wilson, prepared breakfast for the Chamber’s Board of Directors this morning as part of their December meeting. The Chamber Board includes: Tony Lawrence, President, Paris…
Old Shirt Factory Ribbon Cutting Owners Lisa Nance and Ryan Hutchinson and a group of family and Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce supporters cut the ribbon for the Old Shirt Factory, which is now indoor storage and flea market space, with other businesses soon to open.
Lowe’s Team Miss Tennessee Hannah Robison, center, poses with Lowe’s representatives (from left) Brody Hemingway, Joe Martinez, Tony Kilgore and Tony Wheatley, after the re-dedication of the Eiffel Tower, which was completed with a Lowe’s Heroes donation, volunteer labor from Lowe’s and labor from Paris Parks and Recreation.
Rededication of the Eiffel Tower Paris City Mayor Carlton Gerrell and Henry County Mayor Brent Greer attended the rededication of the Eiffel Tower.
Miss Tennessee Henry County’s own Miss Tennessee Hannah Robison, visits with Paris City Commissioner Gayle Griffith, and her mom, Pam Robison, Buchanan Resort, after the re-dedication of the Eiffel Tower.
Mrs. Claus Miss Tennessee, Hannah Robison, visits with Mrs. Claus (Susan Jones) prior to the Over the River eight mile race on Saturday at Paris Landing State Park.
Over the River Race Paris Landing State Park Manager Joan Williams, a member of this year’s Leadership Henry County Class, poses for a moment with Mrs. Claus (aka Susan Jones) before the eight mile Over the River race.