Week in Review – August 17, 2013

On August 17, 2013, in News 2013, by Mark Norris

Keeping Tennessee working, learning and beautiful sums up the week just ended.

Keep Tennessee Beautiful (www.keeptnbeautiful.org) celebrated its 30th Anniversary on August 13 with an Awards of Excellence luncheon at which Governor Haslam spoke. He recognized Judge Larry Potter as the Father of Tennessee’s Environmental Court and Zonta Club of Memphis President Edith Heller the Lifetime Achievement Award.

Gov. Haslam recognizing Judge Larry Potter of Memphis.

Gov. Haslam recognizing Judge Larry Potter of Memphis.

Gov. Haslam and Edith Heller of Memphis

Gov. Haslam and Edith Heller of Memphis

With Missy Marshall, Executive Director, Keep Tennessee Beautiful

With Missy Marshall, Executive Director, Keep Tennessee Beautiful

Thursday was An Evening to Celebrate Public Education as the City of Memphis hosted the National School Boards Association at The Orpheum.

Thursday was An Evening to Celebrate Public Education as the City of Memphis hosted the National School Boards Association at The Orpheum.

With Betsy Landers, Past President of the National PTA

With Betsy Landers, Past President of the National PTA

With Orpheum President and CEO, Pat Halloran, at An Evening to Celebrate Public Education

With Orpheum President and CEO, Pat Halloran, at An Evening to Celebrate Public Education

The Workforce Investment Network (WIN) opened its new office at 480 Beale Street this week.

The Workforce Investment Network (WIN) opened its new office at 480 Beale Street this week.

Workforce Investment Network

Workforce Investment Network

With Naomi Earp and Mark Luttrell at WIN Open House in Memphis

With Naomi Earp and Mark Luttrell at WIN Open House in Memphis

With Career Transition Support Network, Tom Wilson, Patricia Myers, Bob Riley and others.

With Career Transition Support Network, Tom Wilson, Patricia Myers, Bob Riley and others.

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