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Peach Blossom Festival

Saturday, May 2, 2015

The Peach Blossom Festival 2015 is a festival designed to bring children and families together. Events include Arts and Crafts Booths, Trash to Treasure Booths, Music, Rides, Entertainment, a Pet Parade, Antique Car Show, Antique Tractors, and lots of fun for the entire family.

Location: Nashville, Arkansas in located in Southwest Arkansas only 25 miles from I-30 at Hope, 54 miles from Hot Springs, and 52 miles from Texarkana. Nashville is 15 minutes from the Crater of Diamonds State Park in Murfreesboro, Arkansas.

Download a vendor application HERE. Fill out the pdf and email back to the chamber office. If your software will not allow you to alter the pdf, simply print it, fill it out and drop it by the chamber office or mail it to:

Nashville Chamber of Commerce
107 South Main Street
Nashville, AR 71852

Chamber of Commerce Banquet 2015

Several community members received awards at Tuesday’s Nashville Chamber of Commerce Banquet.

Freddie Horne was awarded the Man of the Year Award. Bob Cargile, Man of the Year for 2014, (right) is shown presenting the award.

Kristie Vines (r) is presented the Woman of the Year Award by last year's Woman of the Year, Vivian Wright.

Mary Woodruff, 2014 Chamber President, announces winners of this year's awards.

The Memorial Recognition Award honoring Bill Fritts was presented to Sharon Westfall (l) by Mary Woodruff (r).

Bob Cargile provides music for the guests of the Chamber of Commerce Banquet.

The community spirit award went to the PEO. Presented by (l to r) Ruth Steely to Ruth Wilson, Susie Smith and Beverly Tedford.

Cheryl Power (center) received the Lifetime Achievement Award. Her granddaughter, Allie Westbrook, and daughter, Jenny Westbrook, join her in receiving her plaque.

Sandy Sykes (r) receives The Memorial Recognition Award honoring Dr. Robert Sykes. Mary Woodruff (l) presented the award.

Mike Reese, Chamber of Commerce Manager

Chamber Manager, Mike Reese, joins out 2014 Chamber President, Mary Woodruff, in hosting the annual Chamber Banquet.

The local Coca-Cola Bottling Company received the New Building Award for their new warehouse. Mike Reese (center) presents to Jacky Robinson (l) and Walt Overton (r).

Bunch Nichols (r) presented the Orange and Black award to Reeder McCullough (l).

Outgoing chamber board members recognized included Wendy Haddan, Josh Tice, and Debra Bolding. Also shown is 2014 Chamber President, Mary Woodruff (l).

The Haddan House in Mineral Springs received an award for best remodeled building. Mike Reese (l) presents Caroline Haddan and Tyler Haddan with the award.

Gary Futrell (l) accepts the plaque from Mike Reese (r) York Gary Autoplex, which was recognized also for best remodeled building.

Incoming Chamber President for 2015, Ouida Terrell

Not shown are incoming chamber board members: Bill Craig, Noelle Couch, and Will Martin.

For more info call the Chamber office at 870-845-1262.

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