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Kim Parks, Executive Director

Historic Lebanon relies heavily on the support of volunteers and members like you. However, the day-to-day operation are managed and organized by Kim Parks. Kim has been involved with Historic Lebanon since 2009 as a board member, chairman and started her position as full-time executive director Nov. 1, 2012. A lifelong resident of Wilson County, Parks has three children and is married to Tracey Parks. She is the author of Images of America, Lebanon and co-author of 203 East Main Street, 100 years, Celebrating the History of Lebanon’s Original Federal Post Office Building. Parks currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Lebanon/Wilson County Chamber of Commerce and is a 2014 graduate of Leadership Middle Tennessee