On Thursday, November 3, our Membership Director, Lauren, spoke at the Union City Kiwanis Club. She spoke about how being a member of the Chamber of Commerce can benefit your business and also you as a professional!
Congratulations to Premier Primary Care of Union City of their new facility! We had a great time hanging out with Santa and meeting the new team members that were added on to their great team!
Reelfoot Lake State Park has been working to update the bird of prey signage at the park and one of the goals was to create a new welcome sign for the Visitor Center detailing the History of our Eagle Tours. This has been an on going project since before my arrival but has just now been completed.
Seifried & Brew LLC, a community bank risk management firm, named Commercial Bank & Trust Company in its 2013 top 15th percentile of Community Banks. To gain entry into this distinguished ranking, the bank demonstrated exemplary performance of balancing risk and reward based on the Bank's S&B Total Risk/Return Composite Ranking. This is no small feat considering that the Bank not only survived the Financial Crisis, but actually thrived. This supports Seifried & Brew's belief that conservative, traditional community banking is the strength of our financial system.
Graduates included (seated, from left) Sara Douglas, Deven McBride, Katie Keathley, Debbi Morris, Laura Oliver, Suzanna Doss, (standing, from left) Justin Keathley, Danny Hussey, Richard Pollock, Michael Hoffman, Phyllis Rauchle, Bill Futhey, Ryan Ellegood, Tim York, Greg Barclay. Not pictured: Jacob Cross, Dustin McBride
We had a GREAT golf tournament this year with 25 teams of four playing and because of the support of our sponsors we were able to give over $2500 worth of door prizes away! We hope you will join us next year as we plan to make it bigger and better every year!
The Obion County Chamber got the privilege to be a part of "National Nursing Home Week" with some of our local nursing homes where State Representative Bill Sanderson presented them with a proclamation. We appreciate all you do! Your service isn't unnoticed and we thank you for caring for those in need.