Crenshaw County Chamber of Commerce

March 2020 Newsletter 1

Here we go, another month and we are sure it will be a busy one.
Citizen of the Year Banquet

On Thursday, February 27th, the Chamber honored Mayor Bernie Sullivan of Brantley as our 2020 Citizen of the Year.  It was a grand event attended by about 160 guests.  The featured speakers were former Probate Judge in Crenshaw County, Jim Perdue and Dr. Charles Tompkins of Family Practice Associates.  Both recounted their long friendship with Bernie and entertained the guests with humorous stories. Our Citizen of the Year banquet is always a very special occasion.
March 10, 2020 – Tuesday, March 10th, Starting @ 5:30 p.m. ~ LPL’s 11th Annual Dinner Theater will be held at the LUMC DEI Center. Doors open and the Silent Auction begins at 5:30, the meal starts at 6 p.m., the play Begins @ 7 p.m. Cost is $25/person or $175.00 for a table.
March 11 – 5:30 p.m. – Chamber After Hours – Join Chamber members and anyone who wants to come as Beth Rogers enlightens us on Putting YOU on the Map. Bring your Wi-Fi capable laptop or other smart equipment and learn how to increase your business by connecting with Social Media. Flyer attached!! This will be a wonderful way to start the year by showcasing your business on at least 8 different Social Media outlets. Encourage your business friends and partners to attend……we will repeat the event for those who cannot attend this session.
March 12Chamber Spring Coaches Breakfast – Join the coaches for basketball, baseball, softball, track from all four Crenshaw County Schools for a home cooked breakfast at 7 a.m. on Thursday the 12th – at the John D. Harrison Cultural Center, 3 S. Forest Ave, Luverne. This is always a fun event and a chance to catch up on sports highlights.
As always, SHOP LOCAL and put your local merchants FIRST on your shopping list….

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