EVENT BEING PLANNED — Samburg Tourism Committee chairman Ed Mayberry (standing, left) was excited to share that a photograph of Reelfoot Lake has been selected to be the cover of the Tennessee tourism magazine, distributed across West Tennessee, during the committee’s sixth annual appreciation luncheon for those agencies which assist with the Samburg Memorial Day event. Among those on hand to hear some of the plans for this year were (seated, front, from left) Samburg city recorder Alma Riddle; Betty Mayberry; Kim Dobis, Reelfoot Lake State Park; Jan Dyer, Eagle Nest Resort; Lindsay Frilling and Brooke Coffey, Obion County Joint Economic Development Corp.; Jessica Dunivant, Discovery Park of America; Van Wylie, Dyersburg State Community College Small Business Development; (back) Joe Sills, Midsouth Hunting and Fishing News; Rob Somerville, Southern Traditions Outdoors Magazine; Katrina Greer, Reelfoot Lake Tourism Council; Obion County Mayor Benny McGuire; Obion County commissioner Ralph Puckett; Samburg Vice Mayor and tourism committee member Grant Reed; Shane Morrow, Reelfoot Lake State Park; Rudy Collins, Tennessee Environment and Conservation regional director for external affairs; and Leah Dyer and Ron Dyer, Boathouse Restaurant.

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