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ambassador luncheonOn Wednesday, June 15, we held an Ambassador luncheon to kick off our 2016-2017 year! We had over 20 of our Ambassadors attend!! These men and women are our front line advocates for the Obion County Chamber of Commerce. We appreciate all they do!

Governor Haslam, Commissioner Boyd Announce 15 Communities to  Receive Site Development Grants

NASHVILLE - Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and Economic and Community Development Commissioner Randy Boyd announced today that 15 communities will receive $5.7 million in Site Development Grants to prepare economic development sites for market.

Obion County Adult Leadership Graduation

By GLENDA CAUDLE: Special Features Editor; The Messenger

"You got to see things a lot of people take for granted," Charley Deal told members of the 2015-16 Obion County Adult Leadership Class.

He was referring to the nine sessions that serve to acquaint Obion Countians with the many positive aspects of industry, business, education, the arts, medical care, media, local government and law enforcement in their part of the Volunteer State.

Mahindra of Ken-Tenn Ribbon CuttingMahindra of Ken-Tenn recently had a ribbon cutting! We had a great turnout and wonderful lunch!

Tim YorkMember: Tim York
Company: Center Point Business Solutions
Position: Client Manager

Kyle BaggettMember Name: Kyle Bagget
Company Name: First Citizens National Bank
Position: Loan Officer

Danny PattersonMember Name: Danny Patterson
Company Name: Little General (Cox Oil Company)
Position: Director of Marketing

Thank you to everyone who played, sponsored, and volunteered in our golf tournament this year! We had a great day with beautiful weather and 27 teams who participated!!

UNION CITY, TN. Commercial Bank and Trust announces the addition of four new members to its Board of Directors. (Pictured top, left to right) Gordon Bruff, Chuck Doss, Lynn Jenkins and Doug Latimer have joined the Board and are excited to see what's ahead for Commercial Bank and Trust.

"We can't wait to see what our new Board members bring to the table. Their diverse backgrounds and experiences are sure to complement the work of Commercial Bank and Trust," said Tim Shanks, CBTC Community President-Union City.