Friends of the Cookeville Putnam County Animals holds ribbon cutting

Pictured, front row (l. to r.), Natasha Calhoun, Chamber Membership Director; Megan Pearson, Chamber Executive Assistant; Jenny Spurlock, Chamber Ambassador; Mary Jo Gregson, Friends Board of Directors; Penny Brock, Friends Board of Directors; Beth Mannle, Friends Board of Directors; Colleen Long, Friends Board of Directors; Mendy Sisko, Friends Board of Directors; Carolyn Whitson, Exhibit Creator; Mardell Brown, Representative Dr. Mary Ayers Estate; Linda Westin, President Friends of Cookeville/Putnam Co. Animals; Jennifer Tracy, Director Cookeville/Putnam Co. Animal Shelter; Kylie Coulter, Shelter Operations Manager; Jordan Williams, Shelter staff; Sadie Waters, Shelter staff; Logan Palmer Leisure Services Building Maintenance Worker. Second Row, (l. to r.), David Darnell, Highlands Investor Relations Director; Rick Woods, Cookeville Leisure Services Director; James Mills, City Manager; Amy New, Chamber President/CEO; Ricky Shelton, City Mayor; Randy Porter, County Mayor; Jesse Randolph Leisure Services HVAC Technician: Frank McCowan, Leisure Services Foreman; Allen Boles, Leisure Services Maintenance Superintendent; James Fox, Leisure Services Skilled Laborer/Painter; James Qualls, Leisure Services Building Maintenance Worker; Randy Hammock, Leisure Services Skilled Laborer/Plumber.

COOKEVILLE – The Cookeville-Putnam County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting on Wednesday, June 9 to celebrate the Friends of Cookeville Putnam County Animals – The Mary Ayers Education Center new building located at 2650 Gainesboro Grade. For more information, call 931-526-3647.

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