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As winter’s snow swirls all around her, Iris Shepherd plays beautiful music on her violin. Her mother, Traci Shepherd, captured the moment.


It’s a New Year with New Stories!

As we roll into a New Year, resolutions are important, but so is a review of 2016. As I look through the past year’s issues, I’m proud of our community and its direction. For example, there have been new initiatives, such as Preserve Paris, which are steadily improving our community.

Several books were published that highlighted our county. Several hardworking, charitable organizations raised record-breaking amounts of money to aid their good causes. A new Downtown App turned heads as our community used technology to improve commerce and tourism. And finally, inspiring individuals continue to push us onward. And now, 2017, here we come!

With this issue we offer a fond farewell to a woman who has been a fixture at our public library for three decades. Our spotlight is on Freda Reddick, who offers a glimpse into her life at the library and beyond. We drop in on Tommy Scarbrough, who offered up a unique item at Helping Hand last year. Discover how this auction item turned out in Arts and Entertainment. Speaking of folks with a charitable nature, readers will enjoy meeting Michelle Brewer, whose shed is an answer to many a prayer.

We bid farewell to Annie Mayoza Holmes who inspired food lovers with her delicious recipes in Paris Cuisine. She’ll tempt your taste buds one last time with her fabulous pork chops in this issue. We’ll miss you Annie, and we appreciate you!

Meanwhile, Bill Neese tells us about a New Year’s to remember. Angie Dotson debunks some health-related wives tales. Parisian Theatre owner, Larry Smith discusses the Oscars, and a touching tribute to Dr. Ted Callicott. Our gardening guru, John Watkins shares a little garden trivia, while Larry Ray and Shannon McFarlin recount some amazing history.

Have a happy, healthy New Year!

Smantha Parker
Editor and Publisher of PARIS! Magazine

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