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The glowing crescent moon high above the Eiffel Tower in the early morning light make a perfect canvas for some eerie autumn effects. The enhanced image was photographed by Victor Brown, a member of the Paris Photography Club


Cooler Temperatures, Back to School, Henry County Fall Fun

When I sit down to write my Editor’s Notes, I am always excited to see what our writers have brought to the pages of PARIS! As school starts back and the air begins to cool a bit, our wordsmiths have turned to some of the highlights of fall: football, Halloween and comfort foods.

Writer Shannon McFarlin said she was honored to be told the “story of the ashes,” a ceremony observed by the Henry County Patriot Football Team before each game. We appreciate Coach Counce sharing this moving piece with HCHS fans via the pages of PARIS! GO PATRIOTS!

All Hallow’s Eve was on the minds of writers Karen Geary and Susan Jones. Karen brings us local tales of paranormal activities on North Poplar Street while Susan re-examines the maligned reputation of the crow, owl and bat in “The Not-So-Sinister Creatures of Halloween.”

Food and fond memories were on Annie Holmes’ mind when she wrote this issue’s Paris Cuisine. Don’t miss this column along with her tasty autumn delights. And speaking of food, if you haven’t been to the Downtown Farmers Market, you can find out everything you need to know to put fresh, seasonal local food on your table in “New Digs for the Farmers Market.”

No doubt about it, it has been a thrilling summer for friends and family of Hannah Robison. Hannah was crowned Miss Tennessee in late June and will vie for the title of Miss America on September 13. Shannon brings us an interview with one of Henry County’s favorite young women who has the perfect blend of sophistication and down home charm to be our next Miss America. Good Luck Hannah!

From the Lee Academy Celebration to pet microchips, Colonel Caldwell’s Home to flu myths, and more, there’s plenty to read this autumn in PARIS!

Smantha Parker
Editor and Publisher of PARIS! Magazine

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