Chamber Annual Meeting Celebration

Randolph County Chamber of Commerce  Annual Meeting Celebration

2015 Member of Year - Small Town Bank

Member of the Year – Small Town Bank. Left to right: 2014-2015 RCCC President Paula Lambert, Teller Rich Phillips , Executive Vice President Harold Heard and Executive Director Dorothy Tidwell.

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.

2015 Community Service - State Farm

Community Service Award – State Farm. Left to right: 2014-2015 RCCC President Paula Lambert, State Farm Insurance Agent Ken Seiffert and RCCC Executive Director Dorothy Tidwell.

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.

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Nominations for the Annual Achievement Awards

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 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


Chamber Membership


A & J Tax
AL/Ga Roll off Container
Air Control
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
Ann’s Flowers
Ava Hills Assisted Living
M L Awbrey Inc
Awbrey Studio on Main
Bank of Wedowee
Kim Benefield
Benefield Funeral Home
Bluestone Technologies
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
Cotney Farms
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
Elite Rehab
Emergency Medical Transport
Emerging Home Care Pharmacy
Envision Wadley
Express Chicken & Fish
Eye Care of Alabama
Farmers Insurance
Fiberglass Unlimited
Bob & Shelia Fincher
First Bank
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
Toni Gay
Genesis Weight Clinic
Gerson’s Garden
H & M Drugs
Habitat for Humanity
Chris Hammond Foundation
JD & Chris Hardin
Sid & Susan Hare
Hillside Park
Home Team Pizzeria LLC
Hunter Bend Realty
I Rock and Boogie
Immaculate Conception Catholic Church
Stan Jones
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
M2 Connections
Main Street Animal Hospital
Chris May, Circuit Clerk
Buster Miles Chevrolet & Ford
Mohawk Industries
New South Shopping Centers, LLC
Nissan of Lagrange
Norton’s Flooring
OK Tire
O’Reilly Auto Parts
Perryland Foods
Piggly Wiggly
Pilot Club of Roanoke
Purohit Pediatric Clinic
Quality Beverage
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
Reliance Realty
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
SOS Cleaners
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
Tri-County Plumbing
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
Wedowee Hospital
Wedowee Marine
Welch One Stop




Dorothy B. Tidwell

Executive Director

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

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 RoanokeThe 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.

Click for Vendor Booth Registration Form – Download PDF

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 or

Eighth Annual Randolph County Chamber of Commerce Prayer Breakfast

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

Dorothy B. Tidwell
Executive Director
Randolph County Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 431
Roanoke, AL 36274
Phone: 334-863-6612 Cell: 334-863-1402

Randolph County Health Care Forums

Submit Your Questions Now!

The Randolph County Chamber of Commerce will host two important health care forums regarding the 1% sales tax increase in Randolph County on Tuesday, April 28th at Roanoke City Auditorium @ 6:00 p.m. and on Monday, May 4th in the court room at the Randolph County Court House @ 6:00 p.m.

We want to make sure that our community knows what this means for them and the role they play in this county.

In preparation for these Health Care Forums, we have reached out for high priority questions that you want answered during this event.

Below are a few examples of questions that have been raised for that discussion. By means of this website, we are soliciting other question that you need answered. Lastly, submit any additional questions you may want answered.

-If the 1% sales tax increase is passed:

1) How long will the tax be in place?

2) Who is in charge of everyday operations to provide for the financial longevity of the facility?

3) Where will the hospital be located?

-Additional Questions can be submitted at the following link. Please submit your questions as soon as possible:

In the event that you do not have a Facebook account or cannot access the Chamber of Commerce’s website, you may e-mail questions about the hospital to

It is important that the community be informed either by the online survey or attending the health care forum. Become an informed voter and receive answers to important questions so that you can make an educated decision regarding the 1% sales tax increase to fund a hospital in your county.

Dorothy B. Tidwell – Executive Director
Randolph County Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 431
Roanoke, AL 36274
Phone: 334-863-6612 Cell: 334-863-1402

Attention Employers: Exhibit at the 8th Annual Randolph County Career Expo

Dear Employer or Career Training Representative,

The Randolph County Economic Development Authority and the Randolph County JOBS Task Force are proud to announce the 8th Annual Randolph County Career Expo.  This  event will be held at the Trinity Baptist Church Family Life Center located at 3501 U.S. Hwy 431 in Roanoke, Alabama, on Tuesday, April 21st 2015.  Set up will begin at 8:00 am, and the Expo will be from 9:00 am until noon.  (Please plan to stay the entire time, so that the community can benefit from your company’s information.)

It is our hope that you will join us on this day by setting up a booth to present information about the job opportunities that your company has available; to take applications and resumes; or to provide information regarding various career paths and training which may be available to individuals in the community.   The number of quality applicants which have attended this event over the past seven years has been tremendous and we are sure that you will find this event to be an excellent place to locate great employees for your organization.  Attendees include persons of various skill levels including experienced operators, college graduates, certified technical persons, high school students, job readiness trainees and many others.

There is no setup fee for the Expo.  All employers and career exhibitors will be provided complimentary breakfast, snacks and lunch.

We are very excited about the opportunity to serve you and look forward to seeing you in April.  If you have any questions regarding how to find us, or any other questions, please contact Tamiya Lane at 256-357-3053 or Amanda Nichols at 256-357-3018.


Lathonia Wright, President – Randolph County JOBS Task Force

Cotina Terry, Executive Director – Randolph Co. Economic Development Authority

Helping the Community – One Family at a Time

Little Tallapoosa River and the Alabama Scenic River Trail

The Alabama Scenic River Trail has begun the process of including the Little Tallapoosa River in our system of over 5,000 miles of navigable waterways used for fun and recreation. As part of this process, we are contacting all land-owners with property that borders on or near the Little Tallapoosa. As a community leader, you are invited to attend an informational meeting to learn about, and participate in, a program that could bring opportunity to your community. This pro-gram is at no cost to you. Our first meeting will be held at 6:00 pm on Monday, March 23 2015 at: El Chilar Mexican Restaurant, 43 Pam Street, Wedowee, Alabama 36278.

Community input is extremely important to the success of this project.

Please R.S.V.P. as soon as possible to:

Joanne Ninesling, at either: or by telephone, 256-786-0541.

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2015 Sponsorship Opportunities

Dear Chamber Investor,

The Chamber greatly appreciates your continued sponsorship support throgh the years as it is your support which has enabled us to fund high quality educational programs and events for the membership as well as our community. As you know the Randolph County Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit organization and continues to work to improve the business climate, quality of life and social experiences of Randolph County.

This year the Chamber is offering many opportunities to spotlight businesses and other organizations through recognition as named sponsors. Our sponsors not only benefit the community with their investments but sponsorship also provides a powerful marketing tool. When a member sponsors Chamber events, their company or organization gains increased credibility, publicity and brand recognition in a positive advertising and promotional environment.

In consideration for contributions, the Chamber makes every effort to bring recognition to the businesses that have so graciously supported us. You will receive excellent exposure at some of our community’s premier events and an opportunity to showcase your business. Chamber events and programs are highly publicized – and so are our sponsors.

The Chamber is offering four levels of ANNUAL SPONSORSHIP for 2015. Sponsorship is broken down into great promotional packages that are sure to fit any budget. Choosing from one of the Sponsorship Levels will offer prestige, increased community recognition and visibility, improved branding, augmented advertising, additional website exposure and an investment in the future of our area. Annual Sponsorship will eliminate the repetitive solicitation of funds necessary to carry out the many events and programs the Chamber hosts throughout the year by contacting the sponsor ONLY ONCE. All levels of Annual Sponsorship will be recognized on signage at the Chamber office, all Chamber events, activities in which the Chamber participates and on the Chamber website and Facebook page.

The Annual MILLENNIUM Sponsor opportunities of the RANDOLPH COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE is available at a cost of only $2,500. This sponsorship includes being a named sponsor at ALL Chamber events including but not limited to:

  • 25th Annual Professional Women’s Luncheon * March 24, 2015
  • Roanoke Town Hall Meeting April 2015
  • 8th Annual Prayer Breakfast May 7, 2015
  • Wedowee Town Hall Meeting May 2015
  • 7th Annual Summer on Main Street Festival & Concert * June 6, 2015
  • Lunch & Learn July 2015
  • Business after Hours To Be Decided
  • Annual Meeting * October 2015

Organizations who make this commitment will receive all benefits associated with the highest level of sponsorship for the individual events including special sign placement, recognition in advertising, tickets, special seating, photos, etc. This payment can be a one-time payment or upon request may be made in installments.

The Annual PLATINUM Sponsor opportunities of the RANDOLPH COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE are only $1,000. This sponsorship would include being a named sponsor at three (3) Headline Chamber events (indicated by * above) and two (2) minor events.

The Annual GOLD Sponsor opportunities of the RANDOLPH COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE are only $500. This sponsorship includes being a named sponsor at two (2) Headline Chamber events (indicated by *) and 2 minor events.

The Annual SILVER Sponsor opportunities of the RANDOLPH COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE are only $250. This sponsorship includes being a named sponsor at one (1) Headline Chamber event (indicated by *) and 1 minor event.

Additional ANNUAL SPONSORSHIP Benefits will be given as each event is planned.

We ask that you please contact us as soon as possible to notify us of your desire to be an Annual Sponsor of the Randolph County Chamber of Commerce so that we can begin to include you on our advertising, press releases, etc.

Annual Sponsorships must be received no later than Friday, March 6, 2015.

Allow the Professional Women’s Luncheon to be held on March 24, 2015 to be the beginning of a wonderful year of your working together with the Chamber of Commerce as we work to strengthen, grow and improve Randolph County for all businesses, organizations, and our citizens.

We appreciate and thank you for your continued support of the Randolph County Chamber of Commerce and your contribution toward the success of the exciting events for 2014-2015. When you invest in the Randolph County Chamber of Commerce, you invest in our community.

If you should have any questions or would like to have additional discussion regarding Sponsorship Opportunities, please feel free to contact us.


Dorothy B. Tidwell, Executive
Paula Lambert, Director President, 2014 – 2015
Randolph County Chamber of Commerce
(334) 863-6612 0r (334)863-1402

Summer Food Service Program Sponsor Sign Up Begins

Alabama Governor Robert Bentley is joining the Alabama State Department of Education (ALSDE) in urging schools, churches, governmental agencies, college and universities and private non-profit organizations to help ensure that all children in the state have access to nutritious meals in the summer.

We are currently looking to get the word out about this great program, and gain sponsorship and feeding sites in Randolph County for this Summer. Please see attached for a press release on more information about the story and program. Also visit the Break for a Plate website for info:

Read the Governor’s Proclamation and Press Release here.

Upcoming Events

5:00 pm Wedowee Town Council Meeting
Wedowee Town Council Meeting
Dec 1 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Wedowee Town Council Meeting – 1st & 3rd Tuesday of every month.
6:30 pm Wedowee Christmas Parade @ Downtown Wedowee
Wedowee Christmas Parade @ Downtown Wedowee
Dec 3 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
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2:00 pm Wadley Christmas Parade @ Downtown Wadley
Wadley Christmas Parade @ Downtown Wadley
Dec 5 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
Wadley Christmas Parade will be Saturday, Dec. 5, at 2 p.m. Lineup will begin at 1 p.m. on Tallapoosa Street. For more information, please call city hall at (256) 395-2261 or Donnie Knight at 1-888-307-7834.
11:00 pm Wadley Town Council Meeting
Wadley Town Council Meeting
Dec 7 @ 11:00 pm – Dec 8 @ 12:00 am
Wadley Town Council Meeting  – 1st Monday of every month.
10:00 am Woodland Christmas Parade @ Downtown Woodland
Woodland Christmas Parade @ Downtown Woodland
Dec 12 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am
The Woodland Christmas Parade will be held Saturday, December 12 at 10 am. Cash prizes will be awarded to the top three parade float entries. All count officials are invited guests and will be chauffeured[...]
3:30 pm Roanoke Christmas Parade @ Downtown Roanoke
Roanoke Christmas Parade @ Downtown Roanoke
Dec 12 @ 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm
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3:00 pm Randolph County Commission Meeting
Randolph County Commission Meeting
Dec 14 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
The Randolph County Commission meets every second and fourth Monday of each month with a workshop meeting on the Thursday prior to.  All meetings are at 3:00pm.
5:00 pm Woodland Town Council Meeting
Woodland Town Council Meeting
Dec 14 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Woodland Town Council meets the second Monday of each month.
6:00 pm Roanoke City Council Meeting
Roanoke City Council Meeting
Dec 14 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Roanoke City Council Meeting – 2nd and 4th Monday of the month at 6:00pm.
5:00 pm Wedowee Town Council Meeting
Wedowee Town Council Meeting
Dec 15 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Wedowee Town Council Meeting – meets 1st & 3rd Tuesday of every month.