Coweta Convention and Visitors Bureau meets in Senoia

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At the Coweta Convention and Visitors Bureau meeting in Senoia are, from left, foreground, Senoia Area Historical Society members Mary Pearman, Carol Dallas (with back to camera), Doug Kolbenschlag, Jennifer Meares and Gail Noble. In back are CVB board member Nancy Roy, Mark Puckett — staff member at Coweta Courthouse Visitors Center, board member Mike Barber, Lorraine La Rue — coordinator for the visitors center, Tray Baggarly — director of Event Services for Coweta County, and Patricia Palmer — Coweta County Community and Human Resources director. 


The Coweta County Convention and Visitors Bureau board recently met in Senoia with lunch at Senoia Coffee and Cafe.

Afterwards, their regularly monthly meeting was held at the Senoia Area Historical Society headquarters house and museum on Couch Street, and members toured the museum afterwards. Among those attending the Coweta Convention and Visitors Bureau meeting in Senoia included, from the Senoia Area Historical Society, Mary Pearman, Carol Dallas, Doug Kolbenschlag, Jennifer Meares and Gail Noble. 

Attending from the CVB were board member Nancy Roy, who is also a member of the Senoia Area Historical Society and serves on the museum committee; Mark Puckett, who works as a staff member at the Visitors Center in the historic Coweta County Courthouse in Newnan; board member Mike Barber; Lorraine La Rue, coordinator for the visitors center at the Courthouse in Newnan; Tray Baggarly, director of Event Services for Coweta County; and Patricia Palmer, director of Coweta County Community and Human Resources. 

 “The CCVB board was pleased and impressed with the museum and staff,” said Maureen Schuyler of SAHS. “Mary, Carol, and Jennifer created such a welcoming atmosphere.”

Schuyler and Senoia City Administrator Richard Ferry attended lunch with the CVB board. SAHS members provided dessert and drinks, and the historical society gave board members treat bags when they left, with items from the historical society and local businesses.



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