COFFEE & DONUTS!
Network with others, find out what is going on in the community, learn about the host business and help us honor the business of the month.
We meet each month for coffee and donuts at a different host-business every 2nd Thursday at 8:30 am.
Business of the Month for July is Paris School District- Superintendent is Wayne Fawcett.
A handshake and a smile go a long way! Don't miss your opportunity.
See you there!
Business of the Month of July!
Congratulations to Paris School District, for being voted as the
Business of the Month for July 2019.
Paris School District is well-deserving of the Business of the Month for July. Superintendent Wayne Fawcett has done a fantastic job for Paris School District.
It's summertime and they are still helping and getting kids active and involved in the community.
Each year Paris Schools host the "Keep Paris Beautiful" clean up event. Volunteers from the school and community partner together to clean up litter and complete several community beautification projects. Tonya Varnell is the event coordinator for the Keep Paris Beautiful Projects and always does a fantastic job organizing and planning all it entails.
Paris School District is also doing the Summer Feeding Program and Bookmobile of 2019! Meals are provided to all children 18 and under FREE of charge and are the same for all children regardless of race, color national origin, sex, age or disability with no discrimination in the course of the meal service. They served sack lunches and will continue to serve from June 3 - Aug. 2 - excluding July 4 & 5. Breakfast: 8 - 9 am/ Lunch: 11 am to 1 pm. This is just a few of the many things Paris School District brings to our community. Paris is blessed to be "Home of the Eagles!"
Trendsetter in Tourism Award
Trendsetter in tourism:
Paris was awarded the Trendsetter Award in Tourism for commities of 5,000 people or less by the Arkansas Municipal League at its winter convention held in Fort Smith last week. Accepting the award was Tonya Baumgartner (center). Also on hand were Paris City Clerk Mary Syllivan (left) and Planning and Zoning Commission member Jewell White.