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The Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development awarded a $50,000 grant to Historic Lebanon last Tuesday. The grant will be used to help create an entrepreneur center and a space for pop-up shops. Pictured (from left) are Amy New, assistant commissioner of rural development for TNECD; Nancy Williams, Tennessee Main Street program director; Paul Stumb, Cumberland University president; Sarah Haston, Lebanon economic development director; Kim Parks, Historic Lebanon executive director; Bob Rolfe, TNECD commissioner; Nathan Harris, incoming board chair for Historic Lebanon; and Brooxie Carlton with TNECD.

The Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development awarded a $50,000 grant to Historic Lebanon last Tuesday. The grant will be used to help create an entrepreneur center and a space for pop-up shops. Pictured (from left) are Amy New, assistant commissioner of rural development for TNECD; Nancy Williams, Tennessee Main Street program director; Paul Stumb, Cumberland University president; Sarah Haston, Lebanon economic development director; Kim Parks, Historic Lebanon executive director; Bob Rolfe, TNECD commissioner; Nathan Harris, incoming board chair for Historic Lebanon; and Brooxie Carlton with TNECD.