Cookeville Leisure Services celebrates 30 years

Cookeville Leisure Services celebrates 30 years

COOKEVILLE – City of Cookeville Department of Leisure Services and Public Facilities staff members gathered Aug. 31 to celebrate the department’s 30th anniversary with lunch at the Cookeville Performing Arts Center and a visit to the Cookeville History Museum to see the new exhibit, “Cookeville Leisure Services: 30 Years of Making the Good Life Better.”

The exhibit continues through Sept. 30 at 40 E. Broad St. Museum hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Admission is free.

Leisure Services employees represent the Cookeville Performing Arts Center, Cookeville History and Depot museums, Cane Creek Recreation Center, Gymnasium and SportsPlex, Cane Creek Park, Cookeville City Cemetery, parks and buildings maintenance, and the administrative office.

For more information about Cookeville Leisure Services, call 931-520-4386.



Cookeville Leisure Services employees gather at the Cookeville History Museum to see the new exhibit that highlights the department’s 30th anniversary. They are, in front, from left, Chad McDonald, Cara Sheets, Jen Webb, Amy Davis, Ashley McKee, Connie Clark, Cathy Benich, Steve Gwilt, Lori Munson, Beth Thompson, Steve Loftis, Pam Philpot, and, in back, Michael Cade, Patty Partington, Chuck Davis, Dalton Walden, Brandon Spivey, Jim Crea, Joey Poston, Allen Boles, Reagan Austin, James Fox, Roger Long, Frank McCowan, Ed Hollingsworth, Dillon Dyer, Gary Taylor, Jimmy Carmack, Rick Garrison and Rick Woods.