Paris Nutrition is serving loaded coffees, shakes and teas, including the Katie

Paris Nutrition, which has been open for months at 105 N. Brewer St., Paris, had its official ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday morning 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. These photos show owner Frances Scott speaking to the crowd, cutting the ribbon and helping Missy Hamilton of Tomorrow’s Hope present a $2,000 check to the Miss Paris Volunteer Pageant towards a new scholarship in memory of Katie Williams-Dunning, who died June 13 in a wreck. 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 the $2,000 so far. Hamilton wrote, “In a blog on her Weston Jane website, she (Williams-Dunning) stated that she wanted to show the world, especially women, to believe in themselves. She was on the Miss Paris Volunteer committee because she wanted to be a part of young lives and to encourage self-love. My hope is that this scholarship will be a small part of encouraging young women to shine their lights for the world. Katie may be gone, but her light continues to shine. Someday, her children will realize that mom’s memory lives on through this pageant.”

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