PARIS TN: Paris Nutrition thrives; scholarship named for Williams-Dunning

Brookelyn Ballard of Paris Nutrition prepares an energy drink Tuesday morning. The business, which has been open for months at 105 N. Brewer St., had its official ribbon-cutting ceremony with the assistance of Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce members. The business features coffees, shakes, teas and more loaded with nutritious and flavorful supplements. During the ceremony, Missy Hamilton of Tomorrow’s Hope Pregnancy Medical Clinic presented a $2,000 check to the Miss Paris Volunteer Pageant toward a new scholarship in memory of Katie Williams-Dunning, who died June 13 in a wreck on Highway 79 northeast of Paris. Paris Nutrition created a loaded tropical tea named Katie, with $1 of each drink sold going to the pageant fund. That money plus contributions from Tomorrow’s Hope totals $2,000 so far.

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