Crenshaw County Chamber of Commerce

June 2019 Newsletter 2

  • Lots of new things going on in Luverne.  L and L Glass has moved to their new location on West Third Street. Subway is hoping to be in their new building next week, and Sydney’s Catering will expand into the old Subway building and plans to be open at least two days during the week for lunch. Norma Helen’s Deli hopes to open in August and will be located in the old Terah Beasley car lot office between City Finance and BB&T Bank on South Forest Avenue.  The Goal Post is now open… and serving meals at their location just south of the Patsaliga River bridge next to the Korean restaurant. The Southern Rose Cottage in the old 61 on Main building hopes to open this summer or early autumn and will feature prom and pageant dresses. 
  • It is good to see new businesses opening up. There are still far too many empty stores throughout the city, and we are hoping that more shops will move into some of them.
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  • From Allen’s Dry Creek Market – see more info on Facebook – Hibiscus on sale @ $10Peaches, seedless watermelons, blueberries, tomatoes, squash, cabbage and lots more!
  •  Open 9 am – 5 pm.
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Church Announcement: – the Voices of Mobile. Luverne First Assembly of God, 788 Glenwood Road, Luverne will host The Voices of Mobile from the University of Mobile School of the Arts, Roger Breland Center for the performing Arts of Mobile. The concert will begin at 7 PM, no admission charge; a love offering will be received. Come spend a Friday July 5th with the Voices of Mobile – See attached flyer.

The Chamber provides this newsletter for your convenience…… sure to pass the information along to family and friends and let us know if you have events you want to publish to the Chamber membership and beyond.  Be sure to SHOP LOCAL at all your Crenshaw County stores and services…….we have a lot to offer!!!!
A Great Big THANKS to all who participated and all who attended The Taste of Crenshaw last Thursday.  Wonderful food, lots of visiting and fellowship and smiles.  Be sure to dine out as often as you can to thank those who provided such a wonderful evening. 

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