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Historic Lebanon to Encourage Revitalization

The nonprofit historical organization of Lebanon has joined forces with Cumberland University to create a partnership the two groups believe will fast-track preservation. The organization is charged with encouraging economic revitalization of the Lebanon Town Square while preserving the rich history.  Historic Lebanon’s first executive director is Kim Parks. The goal of the non-profit is to become a Tennessee Main Street.

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