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|Paul Ivey Named Chamber Citizen of the Year
Posted on September 10, 2005
CITIZEN-OF-THE-YEAR PAUL IVEY HONORED AT ANNUAL CHAMBER BANQUET
The annual Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce banquet and membership meeting was highlighted by the selection of God?s Storehouse volunteer and local
A crowd of over 400 Chamber members enjoyed a beautiful evening on the Lawrenceburg Square with a progressive dinner. Special thanks to Jayne Shaw,Director, Main Street Lawrenceburg, Bank of Lawrence County, SunTrust Bank,James D. Vaughan museum, Square 40 restaurant, First Farmers and Merchants Bankand the Marguerite Rose Burton Arts Center at the Crockett Theater.
The awards program was held at the theater and featured a patriotic musicperformance by the Kellys and a half hour of comedy and music by Us Two andHim. The Kellys also performed at the museum and dinner music was performed by the bluegrass group Wildcat Ridge, the trio, Heather Freemon, Anita Smith and Al Chappell and by talented saxophone soloist Taylor Cheatwood.
The weather was great and the food- thanks to Debbie Lehnert and staff andShine and Shirley at the Square 40 and desserts from Sam?s Club- was top-notch.A huge thank you to our table sponsors (you were incredible, as always). Thanks to all who attended and support the efforts of the Chamber year-round!
RED CROSS THANKS DONORS, CONTINUED ASSISTANCE NEEDED
The Lawrence County Chapter of the American Red Cross would like to thank allthose who have contributed non-perishable items, food, cash donations and volunteered time to aid the victims of Hurricane Katrina. Locally, the Lawrence County Chapter has assisted eighteen families (53 individuals) that
REMINDER??.. In support of our local National Guardsmen who are being deployed toIraq, there will be a farewell parade, Friday, September 9 at 4:00 p.m. The paradewill begin at Coleman United Methodist Church, go South and around the Public
AN ART AFFAIR
Main Street Lawrenceburg presents the annual Arts Fair, “An Art Affair, A Festival to Remember”, Saturday, September 17, 10:00 a.m. until dusk. Proceeds
OKTOBERFEST OCTOBER 1-8
Friday, October 1 marks the beginning of the 16th annual Oktoberfest celebration in Loretto. There will be festivities all week long with proceeds going to the development and beautification of Loretto. All earnings are
For additional information call 931-853-4351 or a member of the Loretto Lift-Up Committee.