As Whitwell is Nestled between two mountain ranges, this old mining town has grown very slowly in the Sequatchie Valley, but many who live in and around Whitwell prefer to call it ‘God’s Country’. It is very desirable being out in the country and still have the amenities of the larger cities. The Churches are abundant and School life here is second to none.
Our very own Whitwell Middle School was responsible for putting together the Children’s Holocaust Memorial and Paper Clip Project that became very famous the world over! There was even a movie called ‘Paper Clips’ made about the school’s project!
Even though Whitwell has been around since the 1800s, the town was officially established and incorporated as The City of Whitwell in 1956. Whitwell also has its own sister city in Derbyshire, England, and you can visit that website at Whitwell.com.
Whitwell is also the proud home of the Marion County Veterans Memorial Park located at the entrance to Whitwell’s Ball Park, and also home to the Civil War Dinner Theater at Buttonwillow Church. Click Here now for more information on this great family experience of great Southern Food and where American History comes alive!
Another great attraction to visit just a few minutes down the road from Buttonwillow is the wonderful Coal Miner’s Museum which showcases many of the coal mining artifacts that helped to shape the history of our surrounding area.
As anyone can see, Whitwell is a lovely community that has a bit of small town flavor that enjoys smart growth, with nearby big city ammenities and activities, sooooooo…..
When you’re in Whitwell, YOU ARE IN AMERICA! GOD’S COUNTRY!!!
We, at The City of Whitwell, are very honored that you have visited this website and we truly hope you enjoy browsing around and learning about the many interesting things that Whitwell, Tennessee has to offer!
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Attn: WHITWELL CITY HALL
13671 HWY 28
PO BOX 610
WHITWELL, TN 37397
or just stopping by and visiting us at Whitwell City Hall located at 13671 HWY 28.
Whitwell City Officials:
Linda Hooper – Mayor
Jim Nunley – Vice Mayor
Terry Parker – City Commissioner
Sandra Crabtree – City Commissioner
Micah Atterton – City Commissioner
Stacy Terry – City Manager
Rodney Easterly – Chief of Police
Tina Green – City Recorder
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