Gibson is a small rural town full of history, hidden talents, and community activities, which include weekly dances, monthly wrestling matches, and the Annual Volunteer Fire Department Fish Fry.
The community's love for history and its citizens' artistic abilities are evident in the new mural painted on the side of its City Hall. Twelve local artists have worked on this mural to depict scenes from the area's history. The wall is 18 feet tall and 40 feet wide. It is located on Route 79 between Humboldt and Milan. The sections painted on the building include the old Gibson High School, Gibson United Methodist Church, White Rose Cemetery, Gibson Baptist Church, and the Pack Shed of 1906.
Gibson City Hall
2204 Gibson Square-P.O. Box 374 Gibson, TN 38338
Phone: (731) 787-6501
Fax: (731) 787-6848
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Second Monday of each month at 7 pm at Town Hall
Jim "Jimmie" Hill, Mayor
Angie Arrington, Alderman
Chris Houck, Alderman
Billy Loflin, Alderman
Josh Meals, Alderman
Jerry Morris, Alderman
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