Greeneville now has a 4-H lodge thanks to more than $1 million in donations.
The 13,000 square foot lodge was completed in the past few months but celebrated its grand opening Tuesday.
The building was made possible by generous supporters who wish to remain anonymous.
the new facility includes a large meeting room, stone fireplace and large windows that look over the countryside. Other features include state of the art electronics and wi-fi access.
The lodge has already hosted more than a dozen events.
"With the outside companies, you're going to have groups coming in planning retreats and things, so you have that boost with economic development and publicity, possibly boost tourism as well," said state 4-H president Daniel Allen.
The lodge will be used by summer camps through the summer months and is also available any time of year for corporate retreats.