Are you thinking of opening your own business or are you already a business owner? Come join us for "Business Planning 101" March 6th at the Tennessee Career Center in Centerville from 7:30am until 8:30am. Breakfast will be provided by State Farm Insurance. If you are a member of the Chamber the class is FREE and there is a small fee of $10 for non-members. Call Mandy at (931) 729-5300 for more info!
They are the ones who take care of us at a moment's notice: Policeman, Deputies, EMTs and Paramedics, Firefighters, Rescue Squadmen, Foresters, Troopers, Wildlife
Officers, Red Cross Volunteers, Emergency Room Staff...they do it every day. Since 1997, the Hickman County Chamber of Commerce has recognized our finest citizens with the annual Law and Safety
Luncheon, where responders from all critical departments and organizations enjoy a meal and receive accolades for their work, as chosen by their peers. Beginning in 2012, the Hickman County Chamber
of Commerce has presented the Livengood Award, in memory of the late Centerville Police Chief Roger T. Livengood and his "thoughtful, positive and spirited" approach to his work and to his life.
Sponsors support the cost of this recognition every year and would not be possible without them! This years sponsors included: TN Properties, Centerville Florist Shop, Centerville Forge, Coble Realty
Appraisal, Community First Bank & Trust, First Farmers Bank, Hickman County Economic & Community Development, Hillbilly Equipment, McDonald Funeral Home, McDonald's Restaurant, Meriwether
Lewis Electric Cooperative, Rob Mitchell, Porch Insurance, State Farm Insurance, Life Care Center of Centerville, King & King Detective Agency, St. Thomas Hickman Hospital, Town of Centerville,
Richard Boehms, Attorney at Law, Hickman County Officials, Bates & Bates Law Office, Dye & Vanderhorst, WNKX KIX 86, Melanie Totty Cagle, Attorney at Law, Liberty Pharmacy, Jewell Prince,
District 6, Hickman County School Board, Linda Gossett, Clerk & Master, Centerville Mayor Gary Jacobs, Fast Pace Medical Clinic, April's Attic, A Friend in the name of Jesus, Chappell's Hometown
Foods & Agrana.
This years honorees were: Caleb Pitman with the Centerville Police Department, Angie Green with Pleasantville Volunteer Fire & Rescue, Aaron Jackson with Hickman
County Fire & Rescue, the Lady Bakers with Shady Grove Volunteer Fire & Rescue, Cody Johnson with the Centerville Volunteer Fire Dept., Leif Carlsen & David Nordan with the Hickman County
Sheriff's Dept., Samantha James with Hickman County EMS, Shelia Bettini with the TN River Chapter of the American Red Cross, David Nash with the Hickman Humane
Society, Trooper Bobby Clift with the THP, James "Will" Hill with the Hickman County Forestry Division, Chris Kimbro with St. Thomas Hickman Hospital Nursing Home and Charlie List. The receipents of
the Roger Livengood Award were Constables Wayne Qualls and Jerry Deal. Congratulations and thank you!
The 1st Annual Hickman County Agriculture Appreciation Breakfast was held on February 26th at the Stables in Centerville. The breakfast was hosted by the Agriculture Committee which is a partnership between the UT Extension of Hickman County and the Hickman County Chamber of Commerce. Danny Rochelle was recognized as the Conservation Farmer of the Year and Cash Valley Farms was recognized as a Century Farm.
Farm Credit of Mid America, Dickson Office
Hickman County Farm Bureau
Hickman County Soil Conservation District
Humphreys Farmers Co-Op
First Farmers Bank
Hickman County Cattleman's Association
Hickman Veterinary Hospital
Hillbilly Equipment/Rex & Ruby Horner
Martin Farms Simmentals
Meriwether Lewis Electric Cooperative
Owens Oil Company
State Farm Insurance, Jane A. Herron, Agent