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Leadership Henderson County Enjoys Local Government Day

Pictured are: Top row (L-R) Keith Wallace, Lexington Fire Dept.; Raul Rascon, Nidec; Misty Denley, FirstBank; Conley Sanders, Falcon Plastics; Michael McCormick, Farm Bureau; Doug Bartholomew, Henderson County Register of Deeds; Donnie Barber, Good News Worship Center; Derrick Stingley, West TN Area Council Director; and Christina Tate, Henderson Co. Senior Center. Front Row: (L to R) Eddie Bray, Henderson County Mayor; Jacob Todd, Nidec; Krista Paul, United Way of West Tennessee; Ryan Hart, Manpower; Loren Stanford, UT 4-H Extension Agent; Annie Searock, CASA Henderson County; and Lauren McBride, Simmons Bank. Not Pictured: Matt Lofton, Community Bank.
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On Tuesday, February 11, 2020, Leadership Henderson County focused on local government in Lexington and Henderson County. The class started the day with a visit to City Mayor, Jeff Griggs. He enlightened the class on what a day at City Hall is like. He told the class about plans for a great future in Lexington, Tn and answered questions for us. The class then visited the new utilities building. Jeff Griggs and the department heads lead the tour on the new facility and the benefit it will be to the city and county.

The class next visited Henderson County Mayor, Eddie Bray, at the Henderson County Courthouse. He shared plans for the future of Henderson County. The class also was given a tour of the courthouse. The next stop was to hear…

For the complete story, see the February 19th edition of The Lexington Progress.

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