CCHS Entrepreneurship Class Sells Short Mountain Coffee
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The entrepreneurship class of Cannon County High School will be selling Short Mountain Coffee.

The coffee will be available in whole bean and ground. The coffee is organic and a product of fair trade.

By buying coffee the customers help support the Stones River Watershed Association. A Facebook page is also available so one can access more information about Short Mountain Coffee.

Pictured (left to right): Karly Gayle Pelham, Karisa Prater, Abbey Spry, Brent Duggin, Jordan Turney, Shane Davis, Wyatt Goff, Nick Baker, Brian Duggin, Roberta Hamm, Kayla Hale, Sarah Lindsey, Brent Champion, & Matthew Nipper.

The coffee is $11 a pound, tax included. Seventy-five cents of that goes to the Stones River Watershed Association. The students' market is the Cannon County school system. Orders can be emailed to or they can contact us on our Facebook page under Short Mountain Coffee.


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