Five Dickson County residents have been selected as honorees for the Clement Railroad Hotel Museum’s 4th annual Southern Ladies Coffee this weekend. Co-chairs Sara Caudill and Statia Daniel announced that Edith Mitchell of Dickson, Mary Buttrey of White Bluff, Peggy Reddon of Dickson, Margie Davis of Charlotte and Helen Rial of Dickson will be this year’s honorees at the event set for 10 am-noon Saturday. Tickets for the coffee and reception are $10 for museum members and $15 for non-members. Weather permitting, the reception will be held in Holland Park with refreshments served inside the museum. In the event of rain, the reception will be moved inside the museum. “This coffee gives us an opportunity to recognize ladies of Dickson County who have made contributions to our communities through their humanitarian efforts. In addition to showing community pride and service, these ladies all exemplify the characteristics of a true southern lady,” said Caudill, an honoree at last year’s coffee that drew more than 200 visitors. Buttrey worked for 17 years in the Henry I. Siegel garment factory in Dickson and was bookkeeper for the Nu-Store in White Bluff where her husband Julian was part owner. For the past 25 years she has been part of the staff at Dickson Funeral Home. She has been active in starting the White Bluff Community Center and the little league program and been a long-time poll worker for elections. Davis is the wife of Charlotte Mayor Bill Davis and is active in the community and her church. She was a leader in the restoration effort of the historic Courthouse Square and organized the annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony. After 25 years with Schrader Automotive, she became bookkeeper at the automotive retail store she and her husband own in Charlotte. Mitchell was a home economics and family and consumer science teacher for 35 years at Dickson and Dickson County high schools, as well as chapter advisor for the Future Homemakers of America. Dickson native Reddon traveled the world with her late husband, Horace Dale Reddon, a career military man who saw active duty in both Korea and Vietnam. During one of her many stays back in Dickson, she was the first secretary at Hampton High School. She and her husband were named Civil Rights Trailblazers by the museum. Mississippi native Rial was the first woman ever elected to the Dickson City Council. She help organize the Dickson County Help Center and operated it for years out of her home. She spent 25 years as a Welcome Wagon hostess and the last 14 years has been a Welcome to Dickson Greeters, helping newcomers to the area. She co-founded the Leadership Dickson County program with Hilda Sullivan and its annual award is named the Helen Rial Leadership Award. Saturday’s Southern Ladies Coffee will include free valet parking by members of the Creek Wood High School Red Hawk football team. For tickets or more information, call the museum at 446-0500.