Rowe Realty a vital part of downtown success story – Published in the March 29-April 4 edition of the JC Sentinel

Let’s put the Member Spotlight on Brenda Rowe Realty this week, shall we? Brenda Rowe has been a long-time business owner in Tishomingo and has recently added a new building to Main Street, moving her office from 110 W. Main Street to 104 W. Main. She has been a broker for 17 years and in real estate for 31 years – can you tell she really loves her career? Brenda has lived in Tishomingo her entire life and she and her husband, Ray, have raised 3 children here. Her new office is home to the once-exterior Swinging Bridge Mural and noted the construction of the new building as, “a way to help the community grow”. Mrs. Rowe owns 10 buildings in Tishomingo – two of which are currently available for lease. She said, “I love what I do and I try to make it all about satisfying my customers, because I love helping to make their dreams come true.” Brenda’s commercial buildings house successful businesses like Latte’ Da Coffee House, Kedford Boutique, and The Rose Petal. Brenda Rowe Realty is a supporter of organizations like Reaching Out and the Chamber of Commerce, but has also assisted school organizations throughout the county – sports programs, yearbook, FFA, and more. Brenda tries to stay involved with the community and currently serves on the board of directors for Landmark Bank in Tishomingo. You can learn more about Brenda Rowe Realty by going to the website,, where you will find information on commercial and residential listings (check out the beautiful, historic, 2-story home on Fisher Avenue, what a great B&B it would make)!

Look out next week for a Spotlight on INCA Community Services. We truly hope that you will join us this Saturday, March 31st for an evening of fun and fellowship, to celebrate the members of this community that go above and beyond to see this community succeed. We’ll see you at the Murray State College Aggie Dining Room, Saturday at 6:00 PM!

Join members of the community on Monday, April 2nd for a ‘How To’ on building a butterfly garden at the flower bed on Main and Capitol St. at 5:00 PM; TDT meets Tuesday at noon at the MSC Aggie Dining Room; the MSC Aggie Ambassadors will hold their annual Bingo Night, Tuesday at 6:30 PM, at the Johnston County Fair Barn; don’t miss the Farmer’s Market Vendor Luncheon at OSU Extension on Wednesday, April 4th at 11:30 AM; the Ft. Washita Rendezvous runs April 4th – 7th.

“The next best thing to being wise oneself is to live in a circle of those who are.” –C.S. Lewis