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The 2020 "Cornersville Lights Up Christmas" Contest

On behalf of Mayor John Luna, our Board members, and the employees of the Town of Cornersville, let me say that we are very pleased with the participation in our contest this year. Due to the situations with COVID-19, our normal lives seem to be upside down at times. This year, our elected officials decided to host a Christmas decorating contest to help put some extra cheer in our hearts and smiles on our faces. We had 17 homes to participate in our contest, each putting their own spin on decorating ideas. We had two categories that participants could choose - Most Traditional and Most Creative. This year's winners will receive $100, a plaque recognizing their accomplishment and there will also be a large sign placed in their yard. As you drive by and see those signs, please reach out to those individuals and congratulate them. Also, we have many other homes to decorate this year; probably more than I can ever remember. I would encourage everyone to pass on some positive feedback to all those homeowners as well. Cornersville is truly lit up!!

I would like to say thank you to Wendy Ridley for sharing her time with us to design our contest flyer and for creating an interactive map of those homes that were registered.

I would like to say a special thank you to Mayor Mike Keny and his wife Cheryl for taking the time to be our Judges. It truly was a very difficult decision.

I wish you all a Merry Christmas and a safe and fruitful New Year!

Scotty
 

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Hello and Welcome,

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On behalf of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen and the employees of the Town of Cornersville, I welcome you to our community. As a resident of Cornersville for over 20 years and of Marshall County for over 50 years; I believe our County to be the best place to live and raise a family. We have residents who have moved here from various parts of the United States because of the excellent quality of life that Cornersville offers. Cornersville has a population of approximately 1,270 people who still believe in faith, strong family values, southern hospitality, and an old-fashion work ethic. Our schools and churches are second to none and our wonderful citizens are always willing to support each other in times of need.

The Town of Cornersville was settled in 1807 and incorporated on January 7, 1830. Cornersville is situated in the southern portion of Marshall County, 7 miles south of the County seat of Lewisburg on U.S. Highway 31A which is the same as State Route 11. It is centrally located 61 miles south of Nashville, 64 miles west of Murfreesboro, 26 miles east of Columbia and 53 miles north of Huntsville, AL.

If you are choosing to locate here, we applaud your decision and welcome you to our community. If visiting, we hope that you enjoyed your stay in beautiful Cornersville and that you will want to visit us again.

Sincerely,

Scotty Brock
Vision Statement

The Town of Cornersville seeks sustainable growth that protects the natural beauty of our town and surrounding area while preserving our values, qualities, and culture.

Mission Statement

To promote and improve our quality of living and preserve the integrity of our small town heritage. We strive to sustain the public trust in all we do through open and responsive government, and we always encourage public participation from our citizens and businesses. The Mayor and Board of Aldermen, along with the town's employees, are committed to providing excellence in services for all citizens, businesses, and visitors through constant improvement and determination.