Monday, November 4, 2013

One for All! Senatobia's spirit renewed

This past Saturday if you were in Senatobia, you had to notice a the look of the town, in the spirit of the community.  An invigorated Main Street Committee, with the cooperation of teams of volunteers, put together the perfect event to begin the Holiday Season.
Two buildings on Front Street donated space for the Holiday
Bazaar. Vendors like R.P. Funderburk of Horn Lake
brought their wares downtown.

The Race for HOPE, to benefit HOPE Ministries, got the morning off to an early start in Gabbert Park. Retail merchants from Norfleet Drive to Main Street in Downtown, welcomed shoppers and first-time guests.  According to Beverly Massey at Upstairs Closet, she might not have to write her yearly letter-to-the-editor encouraging Tate Countians to shop locally. "This year business is good, and we are seeing more local customers," said Massey.  "It not only helps my business for people to shop locally, it helps our economy, keeps our tax dollars at home."

I love seeing my town come together with a renewed commitment to making Senatobia a better place to live!  Next project.....The Christmas Parade!

Here are just a few of the participating merchants.  Thanks to ALL who were part of the Holiday Open House.

Live models
showed off
the latest
children's fashions
at Special Daze. 
Chantay Rhone, owner of
Cotton Treasures welcomed
sewing and quilting enthusiast
while BeautiControl
consultants talked
with guests.

All the vendors at Miller Station got the
chance to display their beautiful and unique
decor items and clothing.

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