From Alabama Municipal Electric Authority: See flyers attached about 2020 Scholarship opportunities. AMEA provides scholarships to many area students each year…..don’t miss the chance for one to be yours or your students’.
from the Crenshaw County Bicentennial Committee: Don’t miss the exhibit currently on display at the John D. Harrison Cultural Center, downtown Luverne, Monday thru Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Alabama history in colorful graphics and history at its most interesting. Stop by and visit – the exhibit will be here until September 20th… 3 S. Forest Avenue, Luverne. For information, please call 334-335-4468.
from 2020 Census committee: Attached is information to apply online for 2020 Census jobs. Please pass this information along to anyone you know who may be interested. Ms. Sharon Hayden has provided her contact information if you have questions or need assistance applying online….334-268-8852. Great pay, flexible hours, weekly pay, and paid training.
September 13 – Friday – 10 a.m. and all day – Grand Opening for the all new SUBWAY OF LUVERNE…..RibbonCutting at 10 a.m…..come celebrate this great new facility.
September 21 – Saturday – Allen’s Dry Creek Market and their Taste of Fall. Vendors, food and more….watch for more details…..between Luverne and Brantley – Evelyn and John will have lots of goodies for fall.
Saturday, October 5th – Sherry Prevett will have a Fall Festival at 13 on 5th…..vendors, food, music….details to follow. Fifth Street and S. Forest Avenue, downtown Luverne.
Saturday, October 12 – Crenshaw County Bicentennial Makers Market & Celebration – See attached flyer. Books, Arts & Crafts, Food Vendors & Music all by Crenshaw County Residents and natives.October 14th – Monday – Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament – 10 am – See attached SCRAMBLE forms.
As always, we encourage you to shop local all over Crenshaw County. There are new faces in town and new signs on store fronts, so check them out…….and we hope to see you at the SUBWAY on Friday!!