TUCKED INTO central southern Middle Tennessee and enveloped in rolling hills and hollows, Lincoln County and its communities are rich in history and hospitality. The natural beauty will draw you in; the hearts of the people will convince you to stay awhile; maybe even forever.
In Fayetteville and its outlying communities, connection and commitment are reflected in the lives and stories of its people. They are dedicated to pouring their time and energy into improving the lives of those around them. They’ve found that happiness comes from helping others.
Success and well-being result from the people’s investment of time, energy, and resources. Seeing someone struggling, the selfless men and women of Lincoln County find ways to make life better. Whether helping to provide basic needs like food, clothing, and shelter for those in need or uniting to pray for the county’s residents and businesses, their focus is on service.
Humble and grateful, they are blessed and bless others in return. Compassion flows freely and runs as deep as the Elk River through the county. From the backroads to the courthouse, the communities of Lincoln County are connected by more than state routes. There’s a commitment to seeing the good in one another. Individuals, civic groups, churches, schools, and businesses believe supporting one another is all in a day’s work – and it shows. Acts of kindness create contagious positive attitudes.
In the midst of the pandemic, it was business as usual, even though the methods for continuing to make a difference changed. And as the world looks ahead to returning to a more normal way of life, Lincoln County residents will do more of the same. They’ll link arms and walk side by side into tomorrow, confident that together is the best place to be. -GN