Saturday, November 6, 2010

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Thursday, November 4, 2010

Lewisburg Rotary to Celebrate “A Hometown Christmas”
Rotary Christmas Parade Coming December 4

Yes, Christmas is just around the corner and that means the return of the tradition that is the Lewisburg Rotary Club Christmas Parade.
The theme for this year’s parade is “A Hometown Christmas” and it is sure to provide ideas for beautiful floats and car decorations. The parade will begin at the Lewisburg Middle School with all the participants lining up at 1 p.m. for the parade kickoff along West Commerce toward the square at 2 p.m. Any business, individual, civic group, etc. that wishes to be a part of what is expected to be the biggest and best Christmas Parade yet can contact Peggy Hubbard at (931) 359-3998 or email her at peggy@peggyhubbard.com for more information.
Come and join the parade as this year Santa Claus will welcome another special guest – Snowbird from News Channel 4.

Monday, November 1, 2010

Lowe Named Lewisburg ECD Director
Greg Lowe was named the Lewisburg Economic & Community Development Director for the City of Lewisburg beginning November 1, 2010.
Lowe has been Codes Enforcement Officer and Stormwater Coordinator for the City of Lewisburg for the past three years and worked with the ECD Office as an assistant. Before taking his position with the City of Lewisburg, Lowe was the Editor for the Marshall County Tribune, Lewisburg Gazette and the Marshall County Post.
“I am honored to be given this opportunity to help Lewisburg and Marshall County grow and prosper,” Lowe said.
Lowe plans to initiate and two-pronged approach for ECD in Lewisburg—Business Retention & Expansion and Industrial Recruitment. Along with Lewisburg ECD Assistant Director Lisa Jackson and JECDB Director Mike Wiles, Lowe will be a part of a team effort in promoting and encouraging commercial and industrial growth in Lewisburg and Marshall County.
“We have the location, the workforce and the quality of life to be the center for industry and commerce in southern middle Tennessee,” Lowe said. “We plan to make sure that message gets out to the people and agencies involved in creating and locating new jobs.”