Crenshaw County Chamber of Commerce

February 2021 Newsletter #4

from L & L Auto Glass:
We are looking to hire a glass technician/installer. MUST be 21 years old or older, and be able to pass a drug test. Pay will depend on experience. Must be reliable and willing to work. Call 334-304-2668.Luverne, Al. employer.

from Crenshaw Community Hospital:
Crenshaw Community Hospital will be hosting a free cardiovascular screening event Friday, February 26th from 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. This event is completely free for anyone who attends. Appointments are recommended, but walk-ins are welcome. Each visit should only last a few minutes. 
We know how much you value your employees, so I wanted to reach out to you to inform you of this opportunity. In 2018, we held a screening that discovered 2 cases of onset diabetes. I encourage you to encourage your team to attend. With COVID spreading so quickly, it is important that everyone knows of any underlying conditions they may have. People with cardiovascular problems are more likely to have more adverse effects from the virus. 

Please see the attached flyer and send it to your personnel!
Also, if you have any promotional material that you would like to include in the goody bags that will be given to the patients, please call Chloe at 334-368-2262. She will come pick them up!
Thank you,Chloe Langston

Marketing CoordinatorCrenshaw Community Hospital101 Hospital CircleLuverne, AL.

Cell: 334-368-2262 Phone: 334-335-1193

“The secret of getting ahead is getting started.” – Mark Twain
from Crenshaw County Extension Office: Crenshaw County 4-H is asking the public to donate any size or flavor of peanut butter and jelly to help the local food pantries, senior citizen groups and children who are in need.  Donations will be picked up by the extension office and distributed through them.  Be sure to notice the donation boxes at the following businesses:  Crenshaw County 4-H Office, Luverne courthouse; Luverne Public Library; Crenshaw County EMA;  First Citizens Bank, Luverne or Highland Home; Old Gin Creek, Brantley; 4 Byrds Building & Industrial Supplies, Brantley; Brantley High School; Luverne High School.  The donation boxes will be in place through end of February, so plenty of time to make your donations to help fight hunger.  See attached flyer.

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