UCP of Randolph County, along with our sister Counties in United Cerebral Palsy of East Alabama, is raffling a Yeti Tundra 45 cooler (blue), a 30 oz and 20 oz Yeti Rambler Tumbler and a Yeti Colster. Retail value is $450.00. Chance tickets are $5.00 each. Drawing will be held on Saturday, Aug. 13th.
To obtain tickets, call 256-276-1934 or send a private message to United Cerebral Palsy of East Alabama on Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/ECAUCP/.
Open to youth, age 15 and under, and any amateur photographer, with “amateur’ defined as someone who does not earn a living from photography!
Photos must have been taken during the calendar year 2016 and must have been taken at any of the thirty-four (34) official sites on the Piedmont Plateau Birding Trail. We naturally accept photos of birds, but any artistic view of the official site as well. Your pictures must easily identify the site at which you are taking photos. A simple solution is to take a picture of the site signage before and after your subject photos. These will NOT be counted in your ‘5 picture’ submission guidelines.
There is no charge for entering this contest. All photos should be at least 300 dpi and may be submitted on CD or flash drive in the jpg format, or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Each should be accompanied by your name, address, contact information and telephone, all in legible handwriting.
Winning entries will be highlighted in the Piedmont Plateau Birding Trail newsletter, official Facebook page and displayed on our Flickr page as well. By submitting entries, participants grant permission for the Alabama Birding Trails, the Piedmont Plateau Birding Trail, along with any partner organization to publish any/all submissions on printed materials, official websites and to share on social media. The contest begins March 1st and the deadline is 5:00 pm October 31, 2016.
Our contest has two classes: birds & artistic site shots. There are two levels of entry: youth ( 15 & under) & amateur. You may enter up to five (5) photos in each class.
Submit your photos at any time to either email@example.com or the Goin’ Postal office: Piedmont Plateau Birding Trail c/o Goin’ Postal, 2036 Cherokee Road, Suite 40 Alexander City AL 35010
This contest is a project of the Piedmont Plateau Birding Trail, with thirty-four sites in the counties of Autauga, Chambers, Chilton, Clay, Coosa, Elmore, Lee, Randolph and Tallapoosa.
For details, contact Joanne at 256-786-0541 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Great Backyard Bird Count Prep Walk! Chewacla State Park, Lee County
Auburn Alabama–The Piedmont Plateau Birding Trail (PPBT) is pleased to announce our Saturday, February 6, 2016 event, a Great Backyard Birding Event preliminary learning session and bird walk at Chewacla State Park, Lee County, Alabama. The event starts at 8:00 am.
Join the Piedmont Plateau Birding Trail, Chewacla State Park, Alabama Extension Service/4-H and Auburn/Opelika Tourism for a morning of fun preparing for Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s worldwide Great Backyard Bird Count (GBBC), the following weekend, February 12-15, 2016. The February 6 events include an introduction to common birds; feeding wild birds (Wild Birds Unlimited); planting native landscapes (Master Gardeners); instruction on participating in the GBBC (PPBT); the Great Migration Challenge game (Extension 4-H) and finally a short bird hike lead by Chewacla State Park staff. The Southeastern Raptor Center will be with us early with their education raptors, giving an up-close look at the hunters of the bird world.
Chewacla State Park is one of 34 sites on the Piedmont Birding Trail, covering nine counties in east central Alabama.
Alexander City, Alabama
Site information: http://alabamabirdingtrails.com/sites/chewacla-state-park/
THIS EVENT IS CANCELLED IN CASE OF RAIN. SUBMIT YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS TO email@example.com TO BE NOTIFIED OF ANY WEATHER-RELATED CHANGES. CHANGES WILL ALSO BE ANNOUNCED ON OUR FACEBOOK PAGE: https://www.facebook.com/piedmontplateaubirdingtrail
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FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT:
Katie Wesson 256-404-2948
American Cancer Society
Cancer Screening and HPV Vaccination Save Lives
January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month
January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month and serves as a reminder to all women to talk with their physician about the risks of developing cervical cancer, what causes it, and what they can do to prevent it.
According to the American Cancer Society, in 2016 an estimated 12,990 women in the U.S. will be diagnosed with cervical cancer and 4,120 will die from the disease. With access to vaccination and regular screening, most of these cases could be prevented.
The death rate from cervical cancer, which was once one of the most common causes of cancer death for American women, has dropped by more than 50 percent over the past 30 years, thanks in large part to screening with the Pap test.
“The majority of cervical cancer cases in the U.S. could be prevented with HPV (human papillomavirus) vaccines, which have been recommended for a decade,” said Richard C. Wender, M.D., chief cancer control officer for the American Cancer Society. “In fact, about 90 percent of all cervical cancers could be prevented with screening and HPV vaccination.”
According to Dr. Wender, despite the enormous potential to reduce suffering and death from cervical cancer, millions of women who should be screened are not getting screened. The HPV vaccination rate among youth has been widely underutilized.
The American Cancer Society recommends the HPV vaccine to be given to girls ages 11 to 12. Cervical cancer screening with a Pap test should start at age 21. Women between the ages of 21 and 29 should have a Pap test every three years. Women aged 30 to 65 should have an HPV test with a Pap test every five years. Another option is to have just a Pap test every three years. Women over 65 years who have had regular screening with normal results should not be screened. Women who get the HPV vaccine still need to get regular screening for cervical cancer.
Uninsured women or those without a regular health care provider are significantly less likely to receive cervical cancer screening. Still, studies show about seven in 10 women who had not been screened in the previous five years had a regular doctor and health insurance.
“Cancer is a disease that can affect anyone, but it does not affect everyone equally,” said Dr. Wender. “Statistics show that some minority populations and people who lack health insurance are more likely to develop cancer – and die from it – than the general U.S. population. The opportunity to prevent death and suffering from cervical cancer is real. Screening can find changes in the cervix before they turn into cancer, and vaccination can prevent most cervical cancers. If we can apply what we know today, it is possible we may see a day when cervical cancer is virtually eliminated.”
For more information, on how to become involved in your area, contact Katie Wesson, 256-404-2948 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Make a difference in a local cancer patients life!
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About the American Cancer Society
The American Cancer Society is a global grassroots force of 2.5 million volunteers saving lives and fighting for every birthday threatened by every cancer in every community. As the largest voluntary health organization, the Society’s efforts have contributed to a 22 percent decline in cancer death rates in the U.S. since 1991, and a 50 percent drop in smoking rates. Thanks in part to our progress, 14.5 million Americans who have had cancer and countless more who have avoided it will celebrate more birthdays this year. We’re determined to finish the fight against cancer. We’re finding cures as the nation’s largest private, not-for-profit investor in cancer research, ensuring people facing cancer have the help they need and continuing the fight for access to quality health care, lifesaving screenings, clean air, and more. For more information, to get help, or to join the fight, call us anytime, day or night, at 1-800-227-2345 or visit cancer.org.
From The Randolph County Leader – 30 Dec 2015
The “Genuinely Different” logo created by award-winning community marketing firm, Red Sage Communications Inc., will become the icon for Randolph County defining the county as it is today and supporting the county as it continues to define its future.
The new brand and messaging for Randolph County reflects the genuine Southern experience found across the county. Few communities offer such an authentic spirit and wealth of preserved natural resources. This strength is now highlighted to capture the unique characteristics of each of the four towns and to bring attention to the intriguing history, wide-ranging industrial base, diversity of land and unspoiled beauty, such as Lake Wedowee, found throughout the county.
“As we worked through the strategic planning process, a theme that kept occurring time after time was one of promoting county unity,” said Jared Kirby, president of First Bank and chair of the strategic planning committee. “We began working with Red Sage to achieve the goal of branding our county. The process included the insight and contributions of numerous community members. We are excited to unveil a brand that can be used consistently and help Randolph County become instantly recognizable. ”
Red Sage Communications Inc. President Ellen Didier said, “To learn what makes a community special, you have to go to the people. We kept hearing words like genuine, community, authentic, close-knit, pride and heritage. Our task was to translate these attributes into a tagline and logo that clearly and uniquely defined the county as a whole.”
The logo uses a bold color palette to represent many sectors of the county, including education, downtown streetscapes, industry, agriculture and beautiful landscapes, including rolling hills and peaceful waters. The logo, as well as the tagline, captures the genuinely different features and character of Randolph County.
“Our county has so many unique aspects, and they all work together to make Randolph County a dynamic place to live, work and visit. The branding committee wanted the logo and tagline to encompass the things that make the county what it is; therefore the elements of the logo represent a variety of things that people think of when they think of our county,” said Shondae Brown, director of public relations at Southern Union, who served as the branding committee co-chair.
“In order to move the county forward on many different fronts, it is important to promote unity. This branding process helped us to be able to look at the many wonderful things that Randolph County has to offer, and to bring them all under one umbrella to effectively promote our great county,” said Larry Roberts, chair of Randolph County Commission.
The brand was developed with input from a local brand advisory committee of eight (Shondae Brown, Vickie Cummings, Tom Garland, Gregory Johnson, Larry Roberts, Marian Royston, Cotina Terry and Clay Tinney) following two focus group sessions conducted on Jan. 29 and Jan. 30. These two sessions welcomed 54 participants, including representatives from the county commission, every municipality in Randolph County, state representatives, the chamber of commerce, school systems, healthcare, local businesses, economic development and other key groups. Following the focus group sessions, an online survey was launched to determine the new tagline. The resulting brand supports the core strengths and unique characteristics identified in these sessions.
“Throughout the focus group process, people kept mentioning the genuine compassion and authenticity of the people of the county. The committee felt that these are among our greatest strengths, and we wanted to be sure to capture that sentiment in our brand,” said Vickie Cummings, co-chair of the branding committee and sales supervisor for TEC.
The branding project and implementation efforts are being partially funded through the Community Marketing Program, a program developed by PowerSouth Energy Cooperative to provide the counties within their service area with tools for leveraging their county’s presence on the regional, national and international stage and drive economic development efforts.
“PowerSouth Energy was happy to be able to play a role in the Randolph County Community Branding Initiative,” said Caleb Goodwyn, economic and community development representative for PowerSouth Energy Cooperative. “The level of community participation throughout this process lends further proof to the commitment of the citizens of Randolph County and the dedication and professionalism of the Randolph County Economic Development Authority. We hope that this unique brand will lead to greater visibility for Randolph County on the national and international levels and will lead to future economic development successes. Randolph County is a unique place to live, work and play, and we hope this will allow the county to more effectively reach their target audience.”
The new logo and tagline will be adapted for use and implemented throughout the county with brand-building activities led by the brand advisory committee, including county marketing, as well as national and international recruitment. The Randolph County Economic Development Authority is sporting a custom adaptation of the logo and commissioned a county brochure utilizing the new brand and messaging.
“The Genuinely Different logo and tagline for Randolph County fully captures the essence of Randolph County. I am very excited to have a unified brand to use in all of our marketing and recruiting efforts,” said Cotina Terry, executive director, Randolph County Economic Development Authority. “The brand is a great fit for all of RCEDA’s efforts in promoting existing industry, enhancing our workforce, highlighting our educational offerings, as well as recruiting new business and industry to the county. We are now ready to let the world know that Randolph County is ready to offer tourists, businesses and industry a ‘Genuinely Different’ experience.”
“When we started the planning process a year and a half ago, we really wanted to capture who we already are as a county. We feel this logo and tagline embodies our strengths. Our hope is that the brand is embraced by all who live in and love Randolph County,” stated Wendell Shelton, immediate past president, RCEDA.
Randolph County Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting Celebration
The East Alabama Antique Tractor Club Pavilion located in the Wedowee Kiwanis Park in Wedowee was the setting for the Randolph County Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting on Tuesday, October 13, 2015. The well-attended member event provided a networking opportunity for a diverse group of individual, business persons, governmental agencies, and civic and social organizations to gather in celebration of the Chamber’s successful 2014-2015 year. A pink theme was carried out to promote the Chamber’s campaign for “Think Pink Randolph County” in support of breast cancer awareness. Dorothy Tidwell, Executive Director of the Chamber welcomed everyone to the meeting and thanked those attending for their continued membership, sponsorships and participation in the year’s events.
Director Tidwell recognized the following Annual Meeting Sponsors: Regional Medical Center, Tanner Medical Center, Small Town Bank, W M Grocery, Bank of Wedowee, First Bank, Purohit Pediatric Clinic, Roanoke Rehabilitation & Health Care Center, Alabama Power, Eagle 1023, Eye Care Alabama, Lake Wedowee Life/Southern Holiday Life, Randolph County Ag & Equine, Randolph County Economic Development Authority, and The Randolph Leader.
District One Board of Director Tom Garland recognized Bill Caypless, Randolph County Health Care Authority Chairman, for his long hours of hard work on the 1% Sales Tax in support of a new hospital in Randolph County.
Highlighting the celebration was the presentation of the Randolph County Chamber of Commerce Annual Awards. The Chamber Awards were presented by 2014-2015 President Paula Lambert and Executive Director Dorothy Tidwell. Receiving this year’s awards are: Member of the Year: Small Town Bank, Community Service Award: State Farm Insurance, Ken Sieffert Agent and a tie for Lifetime Achievement Award: Roanoke Rehabilitation and Health Care Center and Traylor Retirement Center. See more photos.
Director Tidwell thanked the 2014-2015 Chamber Board of Directors for their continued support and guidance during the year. Out-going directors, Joe Ammons, Doug Williams and Jimmy Allen were thanked for their years of service to the Chamber and presented plaques from President Lambert and Director Tidwell.
Dr. Carol Knight, long-time Chamber supporter, presided over the swearing ceremonies of the in-coming Board of Directors. The 2015-2016 Board of Directors are as follows:
President- Richard Cotney, Vice President- Barbara Burroughs, Secretary/Treasurer – Daniel Bozeman, Past President – Paula Lambert, District 1 – Tom Garland, District 2 – Marie Lanier, District 3 – Marty Kirby, District 4 – Margaret Calhoun, District 5 – Gertie Hill, Roanoke District – Amy Goode, Wadley District – Open, Wedowee District – Amy Pike and Woodland District – Fred Lovvorn.
Newly sworn-in President Richard Cotney closed the meeting.
See more photos at http://randolphcountyal.com/photo-gallery/.
September 16, 2015
Dear Chamber Investors:
The Randolph County Chamber of Commerce is accepting nominations for the annual achievement awards presented each year at the Annual Meeting. Awards will be presented in the following categories: Member of the Year, Community Service Award, and Lifetime Achievement Award.
These awards honor businesses and/or individuals whose contributions to the community and county enrich us all. Chamber members are encouraged to submit nominations for these awards. Only Chamber members in good standing may be nominated. For your reference, a membership list, as well as the winners from the past three years, is listed below.
Criteria for the awards are as follows:
Member of the Year:
The Chamber Member of the Year Award will be presented to the member or member’s representative who has demonstrated over the past year their abilities in the following categories: active participation in Chamber activities, active participation in community projects, and actions ensuring the continued viability of the Chamber and/or the county as a whole.
Community Service Award:
This award will be presented to a member that devotes their time, efforts, and talents towards community service and the enhancement of the quality of life for the citizens of our county or who has made an outstanding contribution through volunteer involvement.
Lifetime Achievement Award:
This award will be presented to a long-standing business that has made a lasting impact or contribution to the county and who promotes the good of the community/county through their activities.
Winners of the awards will be chosen by a vote of the Board of Directors. Please submit any nominations in writing to RCCC PO Box 431 Roanoke, AL 36274 or e-mail to email@example.com by October 1, 2015. Thank you for all you do to make Randolph County great! We look forward to seeing you at our Annual Meeting on October 13, 2015 at 6:00 pm at the East Alabama Antique Tractor Club Pavilion Wedowee Kiwanis Park in Wedowee, Alabama (invitations will follow).
Paula Lambert, President 2014-2015
Dorothy Tidwell, Executive Director
Randolph County Chamber of Commerce
Chamber Annual Achievement Awards 2011-2014
Member of the Year – Regional Medical Center and Tanner Health System
Community Service Award- Randolph County Animal Shelter
Lifetime Achievement Award – Bank of Wedowee
Member of the Year – W M Grocery
Community Service Award – Roanoke Rotary Lifetime
Achievement – Piggly Wiggly – Cliff Nelson Inc
Member of the Year – Kesa Johnston Dunn
Community Service Award – National Alliance Mental Illness
Lifetime Achievement – Southern Union State Community College
|A & J Tax|
|AL/Ga Roll off Container|
|Air & Electric|
|Air Evac EMS Inc|
|Alpha Omega Chapter of DKG International|
|Alabama Power Company|
|American Legion Post #53|
|American Steeples & Baptistries, Inc|
|American Red Cross|
|Joe & Mary Ammons|
|Annie L Awbrey Public Library|
|Ava Hills Assisted Living|
|M L Awbrey Inc|
|Awbrey Studio on Main|
|Bank of Wedowee|
|Benefield Funeral Home|
|Boys & Girls Club of East Alabama|
|Bruce & Susan Brownlee|
|Josh Burns, Revenue Commissioner|
|Burger King #7164|
|Barbara & Bobby Burroughs|
|C & C Pumping|
|Cheaha Regional Mental Health|
|Circle of Care|
|City of Roanoke|
|Community Action Agency|
|Community Foundation of Northeast Alabama|
|Cotney & Company|
|Deer Valley Ranch|
|Denton & Associates|
|George Diamond, Probate Judge|
|Law Firm of Kesa M Johnston Dunn|
|Eagle 1023 WELR|
|East Alabama Antique Tractor|
|East Alabama Arts Society|
|Emergency Medical Transport|
|Emerging Home Care Pharmacy|
|Express Chicken & Fish|
|Eye Care of Alabama|
|Bob & Shelia Fincher|
|First Baptist Church|
|First State Bank|
|Fort Mc Clellan Credit Union|
|Foundation for Randolph County Schools|
|Four Corners Thrift Store|
|431 Banquet Hall|
|431 Fuel Connection|
|Fuller Hampton LLC|
|Genesis Weight Clinic|
|H & M Drugs|
|Habitat for Humanity|
|Chris Hammond Foundation|
|JD & Chris Hardin|
|Sid & Susan Hare|
|Home Team Pizzeria LLC|
|Hunter Bend Realty|
|I Rock and Boogie|
|Immaculate Conception Catholic Church|
|Key Concept Services|
|Rance & Marty Kirby|
|Carol and Dale Knight|
|Lady of the Lake Herbs|
|Lakeside Market & Grill|
|Lake Wedowee Life/Southern Holiday Life|
|Large Animal Veterinary Services|
|Life Choice Hospice|
|Life South Community Blood Center|
|Lowry Drugs & Gifts|
|Jack and Sarah Mc Kay|
|Mad Indian Quickie Mart|
|The Magazine Club|
|Magnolia Garden Club|
|Mary Messser’s Flower Shop|
|Main Street Animal Hospital|
|Chris May, Circuit Clerk|
|Buster Miles Chevrolet & Ford|
|New South Shopping Centers, LLC|
|Nissan of Lagrange|
|O’Reilly Auto Parts|
|Pilot Club of Roanoke|
|Purohit Pediatric Clinic|
|Quality Quick Lube & Auto Care LLC|
|Quattlebaum Funeral Home|
|Rainbow Family Service|
|Rand Co Ag & Equine|
|Randolph County Animal Shelter|
|Randolph County Aviators|
|Rand Co Chapter Al Democratic Conference|
|Randolph County Cattleman’s Association|
|Randolph County Cattle Women’s Association|
|Randolph County Commission|
|Randolph County Co-Op Extension|
|Randolph County Concrete|
|Randolph County Dept of Human Resources|
|Randolph County E-911|
|Randolph Co. Economic Development Authority|
|Randolph County EMA|
|Randolph County Fire Association|
|Randolph Co Foster/Adoptive Parents|
|Randolph County Healthcare Authority|
|Randolph County Historical Museum|
|Randolph County Insurance|
|Randolph Co Jobs Task Force|
|Randolph County Learning Center|
|Randolph County Publishers|
|Randolph County Retired Educators|
|Regional Medical Center|
|City of Roanoke|
|Roanoke Ace Hardware|
|Roanoke Auto Parts|
|Roanoke Career Center|
|Roanoke City Board of Education|
|Roanoke First United Methodist Church|
|Roanoke Housing Authority|
|Roanoke Junior Service League|
|Roanoke Rehabilitation & HealthCare Center|
|Roanoke Police Dept|
|Roanoke Rotary Club|
|Rock Stand Volunteer Fire Dept|
|Russell Do It Center|
|ServPro of Tallageda, Clay & Randolph|
|Paul and Ellen Sims|
|Small Town Bank|
|Smith Garage & Body Shop|
|Spirit of the Living God Praise & Worship|
|Southern Home Comfort|
|South Home Realty|
|Southern Restoration Services|
|Southern Union State Community College|
|Smith Garage & Body Shop|
|State Farm Insurance|
|SteefFab Inc -Alabama|
|Stevenson Insurance Co|
|Don and Traci Strength|
|Superior Gas Inc|
|Tallapoosa River Electric|
|Tanner Health System|
|Clay Tinney, District Judge|
|John Tinney, Attorney at Law|
|Clay Tinney, District Judge|
|Tobin Electric Co|
|Town of Wadley|
|Town of Wedowee|
|Town of Woodland|
|Traylor Retirement Center|
|Tres Hermanos Mexican Restaurant|
|Trinity Baptist Church|
|True Customs by Wayne|
|Two Guys & A Girl Antiques|
|Upper Tallapoosa Watershed Authority|
|United Way of East Central Alabama|
|W M Grocery|
|Walker’s Service LLC|
|Wedowee First Methodist Church|
|Welch One Stop|
Dorothy B. Tidwell
Randolph County Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 431
Roanoke, AL 36274
Phone: 334-863-6612 Cell: 334-863-1402
7th Annual Summer on Main Street Festival & Concert
June 6, 2015
The Randolph County Chamber of Commerce will host the 7th Annual Summer on Main Street Festival and Concert on June 6, 2015 in downtown Roanoke. The festival will bring a variety of art and craft vendors with unique and specialty items, food vendors, entertainment, and lots of fun for the entire family. The festivities will begin the at 8 am with a Summer on Main 5K Run sponsored by the Roanoke Junior Service League. The day will be packed with activities, new events and a variety of entertainment during the day at Main Street Theatre. A new event this year for the festival will be the Womanless Beauty Pageant sponsored by Roanoke Junior Service League. The live entertainment will begin at 3 pm in the Main Street Theatre with a concert featuring WIND at 7 pm.
Festival Booth space is available for $50 for food vendors and $25 for craft and other booths. Non-profits and Chamber members may rent a booth at a discounted price. Please contact the Chamber office for details. Each space is 10 ft X 10 ft. All vendors will be assigned space at the descretion of the festival committee on a first-come first-serve basis. We will attempt not to have duplication in booth themes. Artist, Craft and Food Vendors must provide all materials for the booth space including tables, chairs, tents, equipment, etc. NO YARD SALE ITEMS will be permitted.
Make your plans to attend a day of fun and don’t forget to bring your fiends. Come once and you will never want to miss it. Summer on Main is fruly a festival to remember. For more information, please contact the Chamber office at 334-864-6612, 33-4-864-1402, email at firstname.lastname@example.org or randolphcountyal.com.
The Randolph County Chamber of Commerce will host the Eighth Annual Prayer Breakfast. The event will be held on the National Day of Prayer, Thursday, May 7, 2015 from 7:00 am until 8:00 am at the Roanoke First United Methodist Church Mc Donald Family Life Center in Roanoke, Alabama.
The breakfast brings together our community for an inspirational and uplifting breakfast with special messages from local Randolph County pastors. Joining key-note speaker Pastor Stanley Yarbrough Bethany Line Congregational Christian Church will be Pastor Ralph Barrow, Roanoke First United Methodist Church, Pastor Calvin Trammell, Friendship and Hopewell Baptist Church Wadley, Alabama, and Pastor Bobby Burroughs Hope Memorial Christian Church Wadley, Alabama.
The Prayer Breakfast is sponsored by, Regional Medical Center, SmallTown Bank, Tanner Health System, WM Grocery, Bank of Wedowee, First Bank, Purohit Pediatric Clinic, Roanoke Rehabilitation & HealthCare Center, Alabama Power, Emergency Medical Transport, Mohawk Industries, Randolph County Economic Development Authority, Southern Union State Community College, State Farm Ken Seiffert Agent, Steel Fab, TEC, Traylor Retirement Center, Eagle 1023, Lake Wedowee Life, Randolph County Sheriff’s Department, The Randolph Leader, Roanoke Rotary Club, Randolph County Agriculture and Equine Center, Benefield Funeral Home, Jerry and Patsy Cotney, Emerging Home Care Pharmacy, Fort Mc Clellan Credit Union, Fiberglass Unlimited, M2 Connections, Piggly Wiggly, Roanoke Ace Hardware, Russell Do It Center, Superior Gas, and Two Guys & a Girl Antiques.
Please join us as we pause, be thankful for what we have and recognize the strength of working together. There is no charge for the breakfast but reservations are requested no later than May 4th. Reservations may be made by calling the Chamber office at 334-863-6612, 334-863-1402 or emailing at email@example.com.
Dorothy B. Tidwell
Randolph County Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 431
Roanoke, AL 36274
Phone: 334-863-6612 Cell: 334-863-1402