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Paris/Henry County Chamber of Commerce
New Members:
  • Paris Cardiology Outreach Clinic
  • Perry's BBQ & Catering
  • Paris Stone Works
  • West Tennessee Moving & Storage, LLC
  • Paris Medicine Company
  • Henry Trading Post
  • Cindy Hopkins
  • Carrol Bank and Trust
  • Avalon Hospice
  • TARP
  • Keep The Connection
Upcoming Events:
  • "Take Charge of Your Diabetes" workshops
    Date: April 1 - May 8
    Contact: 731.642.3463 or 731.642.2941
  • 29th Annual Artist Showcase
    Date: April 6 - 30
    Contact: 731.642.1702
  • Sheep Shearing - Homeplace
    Date: April 12
    Contact: 270.924.2000
Click here for more upcoming events

Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce
  • Fish Fry Schedule of Events

    Looking for information on events at this year's World's Biggest Fish Fry?  We've got the details here.
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  • Paris-Henry County Scavenger Hunt!

    Click here for the answer sheet as well as rules and instructions!
    » Download press release.

  • Leadership Henry County

    Paris Police Chief Chuck Elizondo, left, and Justin Rawls, Commercial Bank, met recently for the agriculture session of the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce's Leadership Henry County class at Henry County Extension.

  • Leadership Henry County

    Jamey Tosh, Tosh Farms, discusses his family's farming operation, Henry County's largest farm and one of the top pork producers in the United States, during the agriculture session of the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce's Leadership Henry County Class.

  • Leadership Henry County

    Jamey Tosh, far right, discusses Tosh Farms with members of the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce's Leadership Henry County class during their agriculture session, facilitated by Michele Atkins, Henry County Extension director.

  • Golf Tournament

    Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce Vice President of Membership Development and Training and Golf Committee chairperson Jennifer Hayden, Hamilton-Ryker, presents the winner's check of the annual golf tournament to Jim Herndon, center, team sponsor and team member Gary Barker. Herndon returned the $600 prize as a donation to the Chamber.

  • Golf Tournament

    Mark Berg, Meo-Mio's, was a player, team sponsor and hole sponsor for the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce's recent golf tournament at the Tennessean golf club.

  • Golf Tournament

    Henry County Sheriff's Department Captain Damon Lowe and Sheriff Monte Belew cooked lunch for everyone at the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce golf tournament on a grill provided by Tosh Farms.

  • April Chamber Newsletter

    Don't forget to check out the April 2014 Newsletter! Welcome new Chamber members!
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  • Guided Tour Packages

    Tennessee State Parks Announce Guided Tour Packages for the 2014 Season!
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  • World's Biggest Fish Fry

    City Commissioner and former Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce President Carlton Gerrell, TVCC, left, and County Commissioner and book dedication honoree Monte Starks, right, assist the Hostess Princess court cut the ribbon for the opening of the World's Biggest Fish Fry headquarters on East Wood Street.

  • World's Biggest Fish Fry

    Loria Plunk, Arrowhead Home Sales, announced the book dedication of the World's Biggest Fish Fry to Henry County Commissioner Monte Starks.

  • Chamber Coffee

    Paris City Manager Carl Holder's birthday was celebrated at the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce coffee at JC Educational and Office Supply.

  • Chamber Coffee

    Former Chamber President Dan Jackson welcomed everyone to his business, JC Educational and Office Supply, for the March Chamber Coffee.

  • Chamber Coffee

    Commercial Bank representatives David Flowers and Andy Collins check out the office chairs during the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce coffee at JC Educational and Office Supply.

  • Chamber Coffee

    Chamber President Andrea Lamb, Commercial Bank, and Jennifer Morris, City of Paris, visit during the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce coffee at JC Educational and Office Supply.

  • Chamber Coffee

    Former Chamber Presidents Carlton Gerrell, TVCC and Paris City Commission, and Dan Jackson, JC Educational and Office Supply, chatted during the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce at Jackson's office on Wood Street in Paris.

  • Chamber Coffee

    Melanie Hyatt, center with scissors, and her staff at Avalon Hospice, 1020 Tyson Avenue in Paris, were joined by Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce supporters (from left) Tony Lawrence, Paris Parks and Recreation; Gaines Hedges, Paris Post-Intelligener; Chip Anderson, Bone and Joint Specialists; Justin Rawls, Commercial Bank; Chamber President Andrea Lamb, Commercial Bank; and Jennifer Hayden, Hamilton-Ryker.

  • Past Presidents at Chamber

    Past Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce Presidents Bryan Irby, Irby and Associates (left) and Jeff Mahan, Joe Mahan Ford, and Wayne Powers, Foundation Bank, hear updates on current Chamber events at a recent breakfast.

  • Past Presidents at Chamber

    Tony Lawrence, Paris Parks and Recreation and vice president of tourism development at the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce, discussed the upcoming Paris Landing Sprint Triathlon at the meeting of past presidents at the Chamber office.

  • Past Presidents at Chamber

    Past Chamber President Gayle Griffith, a Paris City Commissioner, hears updates on the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce during a past presidents breakfast with President-elect Chip Anderson, Bone and Joint Specialists.

  • Paris Chamber Economic Data and Events

    Check out this post for the latest economic data and to check out upcoming events! » Download

  • Would you like to sponsor a 2014 Chamber Coffee?

    Call the Chamber office at 642-3431 for more information!Don't forget--our next Chamber Coffee will be held at JC Educational and Office Supplies at 8:00 a.m. on Tuesday, March 25, 2014. Join us for good food, coffee and conversation! For more information, call the Chamber at 642-3431.

  • Paris Landing Sprint Triathlon

    Click here to visit the website.

  • Leadership Henry County

    Leatha McCroskey, Thunderbolt Broadcasting, listens as Connie McSwain, director of WG Rhea Library, discusses the programming of the facility during the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce's Leadership Henry County Arts and History day.

  • Leadership Henry County

    Henry County Archivist Stephanie Tayloe discusses local history with the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce's Leadership Henry County class.

  • Leadership Henry County

    Roger Veazey, Henry County Medical Center, is a member of the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce's Leadership Henry County class.

  • Visitors to Henry County

    Join the Henry County Sheriff Department’s drug dog as he describes the local area and what it has to offer visitors. Click here to see the video!

  • Small Business Basics

    Murray State University's Dr. L. Jeff Seaton, former president of the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce, taught a session on human resources during the Small Business Basics classes.

  • Chamber Coffee

    Commercial Bank City President Clint Davis chats with Henry County Fair Association Executive Director Larry Ray at the Chamber Coffee at Paris City Hall.

  • Chamber Coffee

    City Finance Director Kim Foster; Chamber Board member Randy Geiger, Foundation Bank; and Henry County Alliance CEO David Hamilton chat during the Chamber Coffee at Paris City Hall.

  • Chamber Coffee

    Chamber Board member and Vice Mayor Gayle Griffith and Paris Mayor Sam Tharpe listened to remarks during the Chamber Coffee at Paris City Hall.

  • Chamber Coffee

    City Commissioner and former Chamber President Carlton Gerrell, TVCC, chats with Brian Foster, Landmark Realty, during the Chamber Coffee at Paris City Hall.

  • LHC Government Day

    Justin Rawls, Commercial Bank; Chief Chuck Elizondo, Paris Police; and Jennifer Hayden, Hamilton-Ryker; learn about E 911 functions during the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce's Leadership Henry County Government Day.

  • LHC Government Day

    The Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce's Leadership Henry County class toured BPU as part of Government Day. Pictured left to right are class member Jeremy Stone, Cowart. Reese Sargent; Chamber Board member Terry Wimberley, BPU; Jeff Thompson, BPU; and BPU General Manager John Etheridge, a former Chamber President.

  • LHC Government Day

    Henry County Mayor Brent Greer addressed Leadership Henry County, an eight month leadership program of the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce during the group's Local Government Day.

  • LHC Government Day

    Paris Mayor Sam Tharpe joined the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce's Leadership Henry County class during local government day.

  • Legislative Breakfast

    State Representative Tim Wirgau discussed items which have generated local interest, including school vouchers and daylight savings time, with members of the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce during the Legislative Breakfast.

  • Legislative Breakfast

    State Senator John Stevens discussed Tennessee's recent ranking as the third best managed state and its status as having the lowest debt during his remarks to members of the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce during the Legislative Breakfast.

  • Small Business Basics

    Jim Thigpen, Tennessee Business and Industrial Development Corporation, discussed SBA loans during the Small Business Basics session on financing at the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce.

  • Small Business Basics

    Andy Collins, Commercial Bank, discusses best lending practices at Small Business Basics at the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce.

  • Margaret Lamb Day

    Henry County Mayor Brent Greer declared Margaret Lamb Day in Henry County during the reception for her retirement from Henry County Government. Mrs. Lamb is the mother of Chamber President Andrea Lamb.

  • Margaret Lamb Day

    Chamber President Andrea Lamb, Commercial Bank, poses with her mother, Margaret Lamb, who was recognized with a Loyal Patriot Award, the highest award given to a Henry County citizen for her thirty years of service, during a reception for her retirement. They were joined on Margaret Lamb day by Mrs. Lamb's other daughter, Angela Massey.

  • Chamber's Healthcare Expo

    Ben Puckett, son of Michael and Stacia Puckett, and Fisher Lawrence, son of Tony and Any Lawrence, were volunteer staffers at the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce's Healthcare Expo at the Paris Civic Center.

  • Chamber's Healthcare Expo

    Northwest Tennessee Development District Area Agency on Aging and Disability staffers were ready for visitors to the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce's 2014 Healthcare Expo.

  • Chamber's Healthcare Expo

    Henry County Medical Center Auxiliary member Mary Lacy (right front) gets visitors started in the HCMC screening booths at the Chamber's Healthcare Expo.

  • Chamber's Healthcare Expo

    Mary Lodge and Dr. Jenna Goggins visited the healthcare expo, which was sponsored by the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce, TVCC, Henry County Medical Center and the Paris Civic Center.

  • Chamber's Healthcare Expo

    Camille McSwain and Pat Greer represented Tennessee Quality Home Care at the Chamber's Healthcare Expo.

  • Small Business Basics

    The Small Business Basics classes at the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce include individuals and families, including the Merchants (left), Joshua, Wanda, Jerry and Jordan; Richard Hall; Jim and Mary Nelson; and the Meltons (front right), Walter, Carion and John.

  • Small Business Basics

    Billy Anderson is a 2014 Small Business Basics class member at the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce.

  • January Chamber Coffee

    Chamber President Andrea Lamb, Commercial Bank (background) and Camille McSwain, Tennessee Quality Home Care, welcomed the crowd to Tennessee Quality for the Chamber coffee, despite freezing temperatures.

  • January Chamber Coffee

    Henry County elected officials and Leadership Henry County graduates Donna Craig and Pam Martin attended the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce's January 2014 coffee at Tennessee Quality Home Care.

  • January Chamber Coffee

    Former Chamber President Dan Jackson, JC Educational, attended the January 2014 Chamber of Commerce coffee at Tennessee Quality Home Care.

  • Leadership Henry County Healthcare Session

    Willie Huffman, Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology, and Henry County Commissioner Greg Carter attended the healthcare session of Leadership Henry County.

  • Leadership Henry County Healthcare Session

    Henry County Medical Center Administrator Tom Gee discussed healthcare with members of the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce's Leadership Henry County class.

  • Leadership Henry County

    Henry County Alliance CEO David Hamilton and Roger Veazey, Henry County Medical Center, are members of the Chamber's Leadership Henry County class.

  • Over the River Pictures

    Click here to see the Over the River 8 mile run pictures

  • Business After Hours at Paris Landing

    Chamber President Andrea Lamb, Commercial Bank, chats with Henry County Alliance CEO David Hamilton during the Business After Hours and wine tasting at Paris Landing State Park.

  • Business After Hours at Paris Landing

    Bob Kenworthy, president of the Friends of Paris Landing State Park, attended the wine tasting and Business After Hours. A portion of the proceeds from each sale of the special 75th anniversary wine created for state parks will benefit friends groups throughout the State of Tennessee.

  • Business After Hours at Paris Landing

    Barbara Hamilton chats with Andrea Lamb and Robert Newcomb at the Chamber's Business After Hours an wine tasting at Paris Landing State Park.

  • Andrea Lamb and Charles Wilson at Chamber Open House

    Chamber President Andrea Lamb, Commercial Bank, chats with Foundation Bank's Charles Wilson during the December Chamber Coffee at the Paris-Henry County Heritage Center.

  • Eagle Creek Armory Ribbon-Cutting

    Eagle Creek Armory was welcomed into the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce with a ribbon-cutting.

  • Robert Newcomb at Chamber Coffee

    Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce Board member and FirstBank downtown branch manager Robert Newcomb welcomed everyone to the Chamber Coffee.

  • Kathy Ray, Dr. Jeff Seaton, and Tom Gee at Chamber Coffee

    Kathy Ray, Downtown Paris Association, Dr. Jeff Seaton and HCMC Administrator Tom Gee attended the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce's November Coffee at FirstBank downtown.

  • Randall Norden, Brian Foster and Kim Foster at Chamber Coffee

    FirstBanker Randall Norden, Landmark Realty's Brian Foster and Kim Foster, City of Paris, visit at the November Chamber Coffee at FirstBank downtown.

  • Be Local T-Shirts

    Henry County Mayor Brent Greer and the Henry County Commission sported the "Be Local" t-shirts at the Novmeber Henry County Commission meeting.

  • Chamber Expo Unveils Be Local Campaign

    We will begin a “Be Local” push to wear the shirts together on Fridays in December. Please consider purchasing not only for yourself, but for your employees. You can scan the form and return it as email or fax us at 731.642.3454.
    » Download T-shirt Order Form

  • Village of Paris

    Kick back and take in a queit lake sunset. Trek around out vibrant and historic town square. Or pull up anchor and take to the water at Paris Landing. Whatever floats your boat, you'll find a world of things to do at the Village of Paris & Paris Landing. Boating... fishing... hunting... golfing... music... art.. let go and enjoy yourself. » Click here to see more!