Some of the members of the Peoples Bank of the South team are from left to right David Hickman, Mark Honaker, Chris Cooper, Logan Hickman, Mildred Asbury, Martha Grant and Grace Cragg.

LAFOLLETTE, TN. – (WLAF)- The monthly Campbell County Chamber Coffee Connection was Thursday morning at 8:30 at Peoples Bank of the South’s downtown office. A large group of people attended the popular event.

People’s Bank of the South hosted the Coffee Connection at its 106 West Central Avenue location.

David Hickman with Peoples Bank of the South (right) welcomes everyone along with Isaac Jones, a high school member of the Chamber of Commerce, County Mayor Jack Lynch and Missy Tackett, Executive Director of the Chamber of Commerce.

Isaac Jones is the first Campbell High student to join the Campbell County Chamber of Commerce. He joked saying that since Campbell High Principal Ben Foust was at this morning’s coffee, he was caught playing hooky.

Melissa Cain, with the Campbell Children’s Center, announced at the Coffee the save the date for the annual Child Abuse Prevention Luncheon on April 11, that’s a Thursday. The luncheon will be at 11:30am at the Ball Farm Event Center. Josh Parker, Ben Foust and Jennifer Fields are left to right behind Cain.