JACKSON, Tenn. (Nov 1, 2016) - Leaders Credit Union , member-owned financial cooperative based in Jackson, Tenn., is pleased to introduce Jacob Crowe as Community President for its Union City branch location effective January 1, 2017. Crowe will be working to promote the Leaders brand as a passionate, premiere banking partner among its members and the community. Crowe will be responsible for branch office management, business volume, deposits, loan portfolios and banking relationships.
"Jacob and his family have deep ties to the Obion County community, and his business acumen and banking experience will be instrumental in growing and supporting the members of the credit union," said Todd Swims, President and CEO of Leaders Credit Union.
Under the leadership of Mayor Bennie McGuire and Margaret Prater, Vice President for Workforce Development for the Northwest TN Workforce Board, Obion County achieved certification as an ACT® Work Ready Community (WRC) in the fall of 2015, and was recognized at the at the 2016 ACT® Workforce Symposium in Nashville, TN. ACT WRC is a workforce system designed to assist sites and regions in developing their workforce pipeline to provide skilled workers for employers.
UNION CITY, TN- If you spot a glorious glow in the cornfields Northwest of Union City, TN in December, head that way! Lights, lights and more lights are twinkling brightly all around Discovery Park of America. It's the second annual "Let it Glow Light Show" sponsored by the City of Union City and sure to get you in the holiday spirit!
According to Grounds Director John Watkins, this year's show is bigger and better than last year's show. "We have over half-a-million lights...about 30 miles of lights if you stretched them out end-to-end," Watkins said. "New to the light show are a couple of themed areas featuring Charlie Brown and Rudolph," Watkins said. And the drive through light tunnel is back, since it was a crowd favorite last year.
Go show your support for our local athletes that are participating in the West Tennessee All-Star Football Game!
December 9, 2016 at 7 PM
Liberty tech High School
Tucker Kennedy, Union City
Jeremy Bumphus, Union City
Hunter Hamilton, South Fulton
Atlanta, GA (January 1, 2016) - The Southern Economic Development Council (SEDC), the oldest and largest regional economic development association in North America, is pleased to announce Lindsay Frilling, CEO of the Obion County Joint Economic Development Corporation in Union City, Tennessee, as the state director of Tennessee on the SEDC Board of Directors. The state director will serve a two-year term on SEDC's board. Ms. Frilling will take the seat on January 1, 2016. Frilling is a dedicated long-time SEDC member for almost 5 years. She was chosen for this position by her peers within her state of Tennessee.
Members of the Obion County Chamber of Commerce and their guests gathered at the chamber office recently to celebrate receiving a $10,000 Rural Business Development Grant. Displaying a replica of the check were (center, from left) Lindsay Frilling, Obion County Joint Economic Development Council executive director; Katie Keathley, Obion County Chamber of Commerce membership director; and Joel Howard, USDA Rural Development area director.
Mark your calendar for Friday, May 6, 2016, to enjoy an afternoon of golf, fun, and fellowship! The annual Obion County Chamber of Commerce/Industrial Development golf tournament will kick off with lunch at 12:30pm, followed by a shotgun start at 1:30pm and will conclude with an awards presentation and a pork chop supper. Given that you continually contribute so much to Obion County, we want to thank you by reinvesting proceeds back into our tournament in the form of awards and prizes.
The Obion County Joint Economic Development Council is excited to introduce Ms. Lauren Bennett as Membership Director!
We recently celebrated the opening of The Southern Suite Salon! We had a great ribbon cutting!