Selected Community Events
First Class tour of Scotland
This is a first class 7 day tour of Scotland The Grace Place in Enterprise is sponsoring and is open to any age adult. cost is $3356 air and tour insurance optional
Jim and Julie Brown Senior ministry The Grace Place. Call 334-393-4454 for more information or booking
Wallace Community College presents An Evening of Classical Guitar with Andrew Stroud
Sep 17, 2015 7 p.m
Wiregrass Museum of Art
The Wiregrass Museum of Art will be the venue for "An Evening of Classical Guitar" with Wallace Community College Music Instructor Andrew Stroud. An accomplished performer, Dr. Stroud will be performing a program of classical guitar selections. This is the first in the Wallace Community College International Artist Series, a series of concerts to be held at the museum.
Wallace Community College, Public Relations and Marketing
The Art of Yoga
Sep 4, 2015 - Dec 4, 2015 9 a.m.-10 a.m.
Wiregrass Museum of Art / 126 Museum Ave. Dothan, AL
In partnership with the nonprofit yoga studio Mesuva Studios, the Wiregrass Museum of Art introduces The Art of Yoga, a monthly yoga series taking place the first Friday of every month at 9 a.m. beginning Sept. 4.
The class combines the therapeutic nature of art with the healing properties of yoga under the instruction of certified yogi Melissa Vair. Participants will be guided through an all-levels appropriate class held in the museum galleries. Everyone is asked to bring a yoga mat, towel and water bottle. Register by contacting the museum at 334.794.3871 or Mesuva Studios at www.mesuvastudios.org.
A suggested donation of $10 per class will benfit Mesuva Studios.
Wiregrass Museum of Art (334.794.3871) or Mesuva Studios (www.mesuvastudios.org)
Ex-Men Ministries Fall Festival
Next to Henry Green Apartments on South Alice Street, Dothan, AL.
4th Annual Fall Festival
Sponsored by Ex-Men Ministries
COME ONE, COME ALL AND HAVE A BALL!
THERE WILL BE PLENTY OF FREE FOOD, PRIZES, GIFTS, INFLATABLES, GAMES AND TROPHIES GIVEN TO THE WINNERS!
AND MUCH, MUCH MORE!!!
Saturday, September 26th 12 noon - until
Next to Henry Green Apartments on South Alice Street, Dothan, AL.
For more information contact: Min. Greg Lawson (334) 587-5044, John Pullin (334) 435-4355, Bro. Bruce Adams (334) 803-4878, or Bro. Donnie Carroll (334) 714-7529
BlackOut Cancer Party
Oct 1, 2015 7PM-10PM
Mercedes Benz of Dothan - Dothan, AL
CREATING A WORLD WITH LESS CANCER TAKES A TEAM EFFORT. IT TAKES SURVIVORS AND CAREGIVERS, AND A COMMUNITY TO UNITE FOR THE SAME CAUSE. THIS YEAR, HOUSTON COUNTY IS COMING TOGETHER TO BLACKOUT CANCER ON OCTOBER 1 AT MERCEDES BENZ OF DOTHAN. THE COMMUNITY WOULD LIKE TO INVITE YOU TO ATTEND THIS EVENT PRESENTING CIRCLE CITY ROLLERS, INCLUDES DRINKS AND HOR’DEVOURS FROM LOCAL WIREGRASS CATERERS, SILENT AUCTION, WINE PULL AND MORE. PURCHASE TICKETS AND FIND MORE INFORMATON ON THE DOTHAN BLACKOUT CANCER WEBSITE – WWW.BLACKOUTCANCERPARTYDOTHAN.ORG OR BLACKOUT CANCER DOTHAN ON FACEBOOK.
www.blackoutcancerpartydothan.org or www.facebook.com/blackoutcancerdothan
Comedy with Dirt Road Sports
Sep 27, 2015 6:00 p.m.
Ridgecrest Baptist Church in Ozark, AL
COMEDY WITH DIRT ROAD SPORTS
Straight from Colquitt, Miller County Georgia woods comes comedy team, The Dirt Road Sports to Ridgecrest Baptist Church in Ozark, AL. The Dirt Road Sports Comedy Team will be at Ridgecrest on Sunday, September 27 at 6:00 p.m. There is not a cost. All are invited to come join us. If you have questions please contact the church office at 334-774-5610.
Mama Save Me
Northview High School
Cost? = 20.00
Tickets are located at TT'S Fashion and Bondys Nissan
The play covers rape, suicide, and racial profiling. It will follow the lives of three adolescents whom will experience these situations and the outcome they will have at the end.
I always try to use situations that are taking place now in our communites that we can relate to no matter what culture you come from. I am striving to bring awareness to topics, knowledge to these topics but doing it with a comedic twist.
I have been writing for years but in 2012 I finally premiered one of my shows and 930 people came out to witness it, in 2013 i did my second show and then I took a two year break because I had my first and last child and now that he is 1yrs old I decided to go back after my dream with this 3rd play.
Rainwater Harvesting Workshop
Sep 25, 2015 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Henry County Extension Office 101 N. Doswell Street Abbeville, AL 36310
Rainwater Harvesting Workshop in Abbeville
The Alabama Cooperative Extension System will be joining with the Alabama Clean Water Partnership to host a “Rainwater Harvesting Workshop”. The program will be held on Friday, September 25th, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the Henry County Extension Office. The cost of the workshop is $35. Participants will learn how to include a rain garden and rain barrel in their landscape. Each participant will construct and leave the workshop with a completed rain barrel.
Why use a rain garden and rain barrels? Plants will love it, Conserve Water, Reduce Runoff, Convenience, and $ave Money!
To register, call the Henry County Extension Office at (334) 585-6416 by Wednesday, September 23rd. Space is limited!!
Lucy Edwards, 334-774-2329, LEE0003@aces.edu
Low Country Boil
Sep 17, 2015 6pm9-pm.
Landmark Park in Dothan
A great way to end the summer with a laid back feast of shrimp sausage, corn and potatoes, along with the chef's secret blend of spices, all cooked in a 60 gallon kettle outside the Stokes Activity Barn. There will be a silent auction and live music. Tickets must be purchased in advance and are $50 per person, $5 for kids ages 3-12.
Please call 334-794-3452 for more information or to purchase tickets.
Annual Rainbow Tea
Sep 12, 2015 3 PM
Daleville Christian Fellowship Worship Center
1 Martin Luther King, Jr. Circle,
Evangelist Pamela Mitchell of Oak Grove Baptist Church, Elba, Alabama will be the guest speaker. All ladies have a very special invitation to dress in their favorite rainbow color and join them for spiritual refreshing, Christian fellowship, and delectable food.
Archbishop Carl McComb is the pastor; for additional information, please call 334-598-6279
Fall Lawn and Landscape Seminar Series
Sep 3, 2015 - Sep 24, 2015 6:00pm to 7:30pm
Dale County Government Building in Ozark.
Are weeds taking over your yard? Do you want to add color to your landscape this fall? Looking to plant a fall garden? Are snakes, moles, armadillos, or other pests giving you problems? These and other important issues for homeowners will be covered at the Smart Yard Seminar Series sponsored by the Alabama Cooperative Extension System each Thursday in September, from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm. The workshop is open to all homeowners in the Wiregrass area and will include “Fall Lawn Weed Control”, “Color in the Fall Landscape”, “Fall Vegetable Gardening”, and “Managing Wildlife”. Speakers for the event are Thomas Agee, Dale County Extension Coordinator; Lucy Edwards, Regional Extension Agent; and David Koon, Regional Extension Agent; Jordan Graves, Regional Extension Agent. If you wish to attend, please call the Dale County Extension office. Registration fee for each event is $5 or $15 for all four, payable at the door.
Dale County Extension Office, Lucy Edwards, 334-774-2329
Cottonwood Community Wide Tailgate Party/Pep Rally
Sep 3, 2015 6-8pm
Parking lot adjacent to the Cottonwood Fire Department/ Senior Center
This is a community event that will include inflatables, games, bingo, food, and entertainment by the Cottonwood Cheerleaders of all ages.
Cottonwood Senior Center
Wesley Chapel Ladies Club Yard Sale
Wesley Chapel Ladies Club
4844 county road 41, Hartford
Wesley Chapel Ladies Club will be holding a yard sale on Friday and Saturday, September 4 and 5 from 7am til 2pm at the church. The address is: 4844 county road 41, Hartford. We will have signs out along the way.
A yard sale for the ladies club is for mission work such as buying mosquito netting for tropical countries to help stop the spread of malaria and is not for profit. The yard sale is just a means of the church's ladies to make a little money to help people not only in foreign countries but in our neighborhood, too.
For more information call 588-3504 and ask for Kay.
2015 Coping with Aging Seminar
Wiregrass Rehabilitation Center in Dothan.
SARCOA will present the 25th annual Coping with Aging seminar on Friday, Sept. 25 from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Wiregrass Rehabilitation Center in Dothan.
Participants are encouraged to register by Sept. 11. Registrations are accepted on a first come/first serve basis. Seating is limited. Registrations are not considered final until payment is received.
Registration fee for continuing education units for nurses, social workers, assisted living administrators and nursing home administrators is $45.
Seminar is 6.5 contact hours. General attendance (no CEUs) is $10 and includes lunch.
Visit www.sarcoa.org for details on topics, presenters and schedule of events.
The Wiregrass Rehab Center is located at 795 Ross Clark Circle, Dothan.
For more information or to register, contact SARCOA at 334-793-6843 or 800-239-3507.
Wiregrass Master Gardeners Fall Plant Sale
Dothan Area Botanical Gardens
We have two plant sales a year spring and fall.We volunteer along side the Alabama Cooperative Extension Service to help in our community. We help with lawn and gardening questions.We teach when and what to plant in home gardens. We grow by seed, propagation or plants given to us so that we may sell them at our plant sale. With the money we earn we use to buy seeds and we donate back to our community. Our state conference will be next year in Dothan. We are looking for sponsors. We also have our Lunch and Learn series starting back Sept 1st at the downtown library. It is free and we welcome all to come out with their lunch between noon and 1pm. We have a silent auction coming up on Tuesday Sept 26th at HIghland Park United Methodist Church. Our next master gardener class starts in January at the HOuston County Extension Office. It is on wednesdays from Jan to the end of march.
For More Info - www.wiregrassmga.org or www.facebook.com/wiregrassmga
STILL ALICE Movie Screening
Green Hill Presbyterian Church
735 East Lee Street
Enterprise, AL 36330
The Alzheimer’s Support Group of Green Hill Presbyterian Church invites you to a special free showing of STILL ALICE.
"Alice Howland, happily married with three grown children, is a renowned linguistics professor who starts to forget words. When she receives a diagnosis of Early-Onset Alzheimer’s Disease, Alice and her family find their bonds thoroughly tested. Her struggle to stay connected to who she once was is frightening, heartbreaking, and inspiring."
Green Hill’s Alzheimer’s Support Group meets once a month in the Fellowship Hall. Meetings are held on the third Wednesday of each month, at 10:00am. Dr. Kimberli Fougeron Ph.D., the group facilitator, has been certified by the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America.
Many of us are caring for individuals who have Alzheimer’s disease and other related dementias. Our meetings consist of education, guest speakers, sharing, and prayer. We share caregiving approaches we’ve tried and discuss what works, what doesn’t, and how we cab care for ourselves during these challenging times. We want all caregivers to understand the disease and to know that they are not alone.
For more information, please contact the church office at 334-347-9530.
SEACT's Shrek Jr. The Musical
Dothan Opera House
Cost? = $16/children $18/adults
Shrek Jr. follows the story of Disney's original Shrek film. Shrek and Donkey set out to rescue Princess Fiona in an attempt to make Lord Farquaad happy so he won't banish a group of fairytale creatures to Shrek's swamp.
Shrek Jr. has all of your favorite Shrek characters, including Shrek, Donkey, and Fiona, as well as lots of characters from other Disney shows, such as Cinderella, Pinocchio, and Peter Pan. You also get to see our fabulous dragon and we promise you won't want to miss her!
The show runs Tuesday, September 15 through Saturday, September 19, with shows at 7:00 each night and a 2:00 Saturday matinee. Tickets can be purchased at www.seact.com or by calling the City of Dothan box office at 334-615-3175
Check www.seact.com for more info.
Girls Nite Out
Cost? = $20.00 Ticket
More Info = 10% of Ticket Sales will be donated to Breast Cancer Awareness
Participants will receive a SWAG bag with free gifts and a Passport for Savings. Al the stores will have free food, beverages, music, promotional items, door prizes and some will have basket give-a-ways. There will be two photo booths with props for those girly girl photo memories. At the end of the night participants will drop their stamped passport in the give-a-way box at All About Art and there will be a drawing for a $500.00 gift basket.
Participation stores downtown will have hot pink ribbons on their doors saying Ask us about Girls nite out tickets Tickets the nite of the event will be $25.00
Contact www.enterprisedowntown.org for more info.
Martial Arts for Children’s Hosp.
Wiregrass Commons Mall Center Court (900 Commons Drive, Dothan 36303.)
Dothan Martial Arts Academy will host Martial Arts for Children’s of Alabama on Saturday, Sept. 19, noon till 3 p.m., at the Wiregrass Commons Mall Center Court (900 Commons Drive, Dothan 36303.)
The event will highlight the skills of the academy’s martial arts and tae kwon do students. In the weeks prior to the event, students have gathered sponsors who have pledged $10 for each board the student breaks during the demonstration. All proceeds benefit The Alabama Center for Childhood Cancer and Blood Disorders at Children’s where Libby Claire Rushing of Dothan has received treatment for neuroblastoma, a rare disease in which a solid tumor is formed by special nerve cells called neuroblasts.
Families from the Wiregrass Region made more than 8,100 trips to Children’s last year. In addition, 90 percent of the youngsters in Alabama who are diagnosed with cancer are treated at Children’s.
Going Gold for Childhood Cancer
Going Gold for Childhood Cancer Signs 12x18 $15 and 18x34 $20
Asking the Wiregrass to go gold in September by wearing gold or yellow ribbon, bows on mailboxes and on door's, businesses sign supporting childhood cancer.
Call 334-793-4850 for more info go online to stayingcodystrong.org
2015 Alzheimer Walk to Remember
25.00 for registration & a shirt 15.00 for just walk
We are looking forward to a wonderful 2015 Walk as we celebrate its 23rd anniversary in our community! Your part helps make it possible for us to continue and expand the educational and support services to local Alzheimer victims, their caregivers, and family members.
At our annual event, walkers participate in their choice of a 1-mile, 3-mile or 5-mile route in memory or in honor of Alzheimer patients, caregivers, family and friends. Many participate as part of a team, wearing identical t-shirts and making the event a party. Others walk as individuals, part of a family, or with their pets. Participants soon find that it is more than just a walk to benefit Alzheimer’s. Local eateries donate wonderful barbecue, dessert treats, juices and more. Other businesses participate by donating door prizes that make the event seem like a celebration.
Wondering how to participate in A Walk to Remember? There are lots of ways!
1. Be a sponsor
2. Form a team and walk or just take up donations. (You don't have to walk.)
3. Walk as an individual
4. Prefer not to walk in the event? Volunteers are always welcome to help with behind the scenes activities!
Recreational Pond Management Workshop
Sep 19, 2015 8:30 am-2:30 Pm
1958 CR 4423
Lake Simmie is located on County Road 4423 off 231 (mile marker 62), just south of Brundidge.
Take CR 4423 for 3 miles, Lake Simmie is on the right. *The address is 1958 CR 4423**
8:30 - 9:00 am Registration & Aquatic Plant Identification (Bring a plant from your pond)
9:00 – 9:15 am Welcome
9:15 – 10:15 am Managing Ponds for Good Fish
Rusty Wright, Ph.D. – Associate
Professor/Fisheries Extension Specialist
Auburn University School of Fisheries,
Aquaculture, and Aquatic Sciences
10:15– 11:00 am Controlling Aquatic Plants in Your Pond
Claude E. Reeves, Extension Specialist, Aquaculture & Recreational
Pond Management, Alabama Cooperative Extension System
11:00 – 11:45 am Wildlife Nuisance Control (Otters, Beavers, Birds)
Jordan Graves, Regional Extension Agent, Forestry, Wildlife & Natural
Resource Management, Alabama Cooperative Extension System
11:45 – 12:30 pm Lunch / Survey
12:30 – 1:30 pm Electrofishing (Pond Shocking) Demonstration & Results Explanation
Claude E. Reeves & Rusty Wright
Please Pre-register by calling: the Pike County Extension Office - (334) 566-0985****
25th annual Wiregrasss Model Railroad Show and Sale
Sep 19, 2015 - Sep 20, 2015 Saturday 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. and Sunday10 a.m.- 4 p.m.
National Peanut Festival Fairgrounds, 5622 US Hwy 231 South, three miles south of Dothan,
Admission is $5 for adults and free for children under age 12.
Vendors from throughout the Southeast will have more than 100 tables of train –related merchandise for sale. Several large model railroad layouts will be running during the show and an outdoor train ride for children will be offered for a small additional charge both days, weather permitting.
Door prizes also will be awarded and a concession stand will be open both days.
For more information about the show, call Danny Lewis at 334-790-6284.
Creative Writing Workshop for Teens
Sep 2, 2015 - Dec 2, 2015 4-5 PM
Dothan-Houston County Library.
FREE Workshops will be held the first Wednesday of each month
25th Wiregrass Model Railroad Show
National Peanut Festival main exhibit building
Cost? = $5 for adults and free for children under age 12
We expect to have about 100 vendor tables, large operating model train layouts, concessions, and door prizes
An outdoor train ride will be available for a small additional charge,
This is sort of a special show for us because it is our 25th year.
More Info Contact Danny Lewis 334-790-6284
Ride For A Reason 1st Annual "Down" to Ride. Motorcycle benefit ride in support of community members affected by Down Syndrome
Oct 3, 2015 Registration @ 9am Mt. Gilead Baptist Church. Ride starts @ 10am. Post ride event at Rainbow Meadows Baptist Church
Dothan, AL (Starts @ Mt. Gilead Baptist Church, Ends @ Rainbow Meadows Baptist Church)
Motorcycle benefit ride hosted by Buddy Walk team, Cy's Crew. All funds will be provided to the local Down Syndrome support group F.R.I.E.N.D.S. F.R.I.E.N.D.S. group is instrumental in the community for supporting, advocating, educating, networking, and encouraging those in the community affected by Down Syndrome.
Laura Young (334) 648-2235 OR Charles Martin (334) 790-9828
Oct 10, 2015 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Cottage Antiques, 2187 S. Brannon Stand Rd,Dothan, AL 36305
Fall FURfest is an outdoor festival to include antiques, collectibles,
art, homemade and homegrown goodies, bake sale, antique appraisals, and much more.
Proceeds will benefit FUR (Felines Under Rescue) a TNR (Trap Neuter Return) program to sterilize feral/stray cats. FUR also gives financial assistance to cat and dog owners who need help in paying for spay/neuter. FUR is a 501 © (3) non-profit organization.
Individuals and businesses welcome. Vendor spaces are only $15 each!
Reserve your spot now! Call 334-792-8804.
Barbara Seaman, 693-5277, email@example.com
Wiregras Youth Symphony and Orchestra
Cultural Arts Center on St,Andrews-Dowtown Dothan
Would your child like to learn to play a string instrument? Join the Tri-State Community orchestra as they present their Youth Fine Arts program, Wiregrass Youth Symphony and Orchestra, Saturday's beginning August 14, 2015. Already have some string skills, then join other youth in the wiregrass area as they tune their musical talents and perform musical arrangements for the community. contact: Racheal Cole, Youth Arts program Director (334) 796-5822 or visit the Tri-State Community orchestra Website and Facebook page
Racheal Cole Director (334) 796-5822
2015 Okaloosa/Walton Heart Walk
Northwest Florida State College Niceville Campus
Taking Steps To Promote A Heart-Healthy Lifestyle & Raising Funds To Fight Heart Disease/Stroke!
Donations may also be dropped off with Jillian Demarest at the main office in DeFuniak Springs, Hope Watson at the Santa Rosa Beach Office or Tammy Godwin at the Jail.
Sign up for our team and make your donations online at: http://okaloosawaltonheartwalk.kintera.org/thingreenline
5th Caitie’s Army Day of Hope Benefit Ride
Covington County Fairgrounds (Highway 55 South, Andalusia, Ala. 36420)
Caitie's Army to Host Fun-Filled Day for Families to Raise Funds for Cancer Patients at Children's of Alabama
A day packed full of family-friendly activities promises great fun for a great cause. The 5th Annual Caitie’s Army Day of Hope Benefit Ride and 5K Run is set for Sept. 26 at the Covington County Fairgrounds (Highway 55 South, Andalusia, Ala. 36420)
Registration for the 5K run opens at 6 a.m. in the Kiwanis Community Center at the fairgrounds; the race begins at 7 a.m.
Motorcycle enthusiasts can register for the benefit ride starting at 9 a.m. with kick stands up at noon. The registration fee for each event is $25 and includes a T-shirt while supplies last.
Other planned activities include arts and crafts displays, bounce houses, pony rides, live entertainment, an auction and door prizes. Arts and crafts booths are available for $25. Brown bag lunches will be available for $5 each.
Caitie’s Army was inspired by Caitie Rhodes of Andalusia, who was diagnosed and treated for brain cancer at Children’s of Alabama in Birmingham. Touched by her story, organizers hold activities and events to raise funds that support The Alabama Center for Childhood Cancer and Blood Disorders at Children’s. Last year, the ride raised more than $8,000 for childhood cancer research and to help families like Caitie’s. Caitie will turn 24 this year and has now transitioned to adult care at UAB.
Womens Fashion Night Out
VF Outlet, 950 Prim Ave Graceville, FL 32440
Fashion show to highlight event on Saturday, September 19th, 2015
Graceville, FL: VF Outlet, 950 Prim Ave Graceville, FL 32440, will host “Womens Fashion Night Out” on Saturday, 19th of September 2015 from 7-9 pm. The event, designed to officially kick off the fall season, will feature a free fashion show, wardrobe stylists at-the-ready to provide personal styling assistance, a photo-booth for fun photo-ops, merchandise discounts, and a chance to win twelve free outfits.
Womens Fashion Night Out will be headlined by a free fashion show featuring the latest fall trends. Each outfit has been carefully crafted and designed to ensure a trendy look for an affordable price. Following the show, VF Outlet will provide department stylists throughout the store to help customers find their favorite outfits.
The event will also function as a kick off to the Lee National Denim Day fundraising drive. Lee National Denim Day is a fundraiser campaign created by Lee Jeans to benefit the American Cancer Society. Since its founding, Lee jeans has raised over $19 million to fight breast cancer.
Medicare Part D Open Enrollment
Wiregrass Senior Center
Let SARCOA help you get ready for Medicare Part D open enrollment!
We will be going into Senior Centers to allow seniors and Medicare beneficiaries of all ages in the community an opportunity to get prepared for the annual Medicare Open Enrollment that will begin on October 15, 2015 and last until December 7, 2015.
Please bring all your prescription medications and your Medicare and other health insurance cards with you. We will update your drug lists and other information well ahead of the beginning of open enrollment. Also, bring income information so that we can be certain that you have signed up for all the extra help to which you may be entitled.
If you are planning to attend an enrollment event please call the center and let them know you will be attending. This can greatly cut down on the amount of time that you will have to wait. Please fill out the attached form in its entirety and bring to your appointment along with all of your prescription drugs.
Services provided by Davis & Associates
8/21 9:45 AM Daleville Senior Center, (334) 598-9197, 18 Old Newton Road, Daleville
8/21 11:30 AM Newton Senior Center, (334) 299-3861, 25 E. King Street, Newton
8/24 9:30 AM Newville Senior Center, (334) 889-2250, 481 Bowden Street, Newville
8/24 11:15 AM Headland Senior Center, (334) 693-5070, 107 Boynton Street, Headland
8/25 9:30 AM Dorothy Quick Senior Center, (334) 793-3090, 1107 N. Pontiac Avenue, Dothan
8/26 10:30 AM Andalusia Senior Center, 334-222-4608, 401 Walker Avenue, Andalusia
8/27 9:30 AM Haleburg Senior Center, (334) 696-2248, 10347 George Grimsley Hwy., Columbia
8/27 11:15 AM Abbeville Senior Center, (334) 585-5900, 215 E. Washington Street, Abbeville
8/28 10:00 AM Samson Senior Center, (334) 898-2163, 33 E. Sellers Street, Samson
8/28 11:30 AM Florala Senior Center, (334) 858-3310, 1338 4th Street, Florala
8/31 9:30 AM Madrid Senior Center, (334) 677-3435, 764 Decatur Road, Madrid
8/31 11:15 AM Taylor Senior Center, (334) 677-5536, 1457 S. State Highway 605, Taylor
9/01 9:45 AM Kinston Senior Center, (334) 565-3349, 104 Suzanne Street, Kinston
9/01 11:30 AM Opp Senior Center, (334) 493-7121, 107 Main Street, Opp
9/02 10:00 AM Slocomb Senior Center, (334) 886-3115, 134 West Bateman Avenue, Slocomb
9/03 9:45 AM Coffee Springs Senior Center, (334) 684-9876, 195 Spring Street, Coffee Springs
9/03 11:30 AM Geneva Senior Center, (334) 684-3626, 105 N. Washington Street, Geneva
9/04 10:00 AM Midland City Senior Center, (334) 983-4121, 1338 Hinton Waters Avenue, Midland City
9/04 10:30 AM Hartford Senior Center, (334) 588-3115, 103 S. Third Avenue, Hartford
9/08 11:15 AM Baptist Village Senior Center, (334) 793-3930, 4426 West Main Street, Dothan
9/09 9:30 AM New Brockton Senior Center, 334-894-2028, 103 Vestor Cole Street, New Brockton
9/09 9:30 AM Rose Hill Senior Center, (334) 615-3740, 401 S. Appletree Street, Dothan
9/09 11:30 AM Elba Senior Center, (334) 897-3019, 304 Factory Street, Elba
9/10 10:30 AM Damascus Senior Center, (334) 894-5211, 129 County Road 514, Elba
9/11 10:00 AM Ozark Senior Center, (334) 445-6900, 502 Carroll Avenue, Ozark
9/15 9:45 AM Clio Senior Center, (334) 397-2586, 21 College Street, Clio
9/15 10:00 AM Enterprise Senior Center, (334) 347-3513, 2401 Neil Metcalf Road, Enterprise
9/15 11:15 AM Clayton Senior Center, (334) 775-3494, 51 North Midway Street, Clayton
9/16 10:00 AM Gordon Senior Center, 692 Tifton Road, Gordon
9/17 10:00 AM Eufaula Senior Center, (334) 687-8367, 202 Boundry Street, Eufaula
9/17 10:30 AM Mt. Pleasant Senior Center, (334) 393-7874, 388 County Road 650, Enterprise
9/18 10:30 PM Pine Level Senior Center, (334) 897-2621, 63 County Road 355, Elba
9/22 10:30 AM Ino Senior Center, (334) 565-9196, 6264 Highway 134, Kinston
9/23 9:00 AM Webb Senior Center, (334) 702-8449, 4095 Enon Road, Webb
9/23 11:15 PM Columbia Senior Center, (334) 696-4529, 301 South Main Street, Columbia
9/24 10:30 AM New Hope Senior Center, (334) 735-5433, 2192 County Road 124, Brundidge
9/25 9:30 AM Cottonwood Senior Center, (334) 691-3491, 1336 Metcalf Street, Cottonwood
9/25 10:30 AM Zion Chapel Senior Center, (334) 897-1500, 28742 Highway 87, Jack
9/25 11:30 AM Ashford Senior Center, 334-899-5716, 409 County Road 33 North, Ashford
DONATIONS TO SARCOA ARE ACCEPTED AND ENCOURAGED. LEGAL ASSISTANCE IS FUNDED BY FEDERAL, STATE, AND LOCAL FUNDS AND BY THE DONATIONS OF PEOPLE WHO RECEIVE SERVICES.
Headland 44th Harvest Day Festival
Headland is gearing up for its 44th Annual Harvest Day Festival, Saturday, October 11, 9am-3pm. This fun-filled event takes place downtown in and around the beautiful city square. The day features arts and crafts, a car show, children’s games and rides, a variety of food vendors, and live entertainment throughout the day. Local shops and restaurants will also have special offers and sales.
Harvest Day is sponsored by the Headland Area Chamber of Commerce and the City of Headland.
For more information, call 334.693.3303 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Harvest Day Pageant 2015
Chamber office inside the Municipal Complex &
Headland High School Auditorium
REGISTRATION Monday, Aug. 31, 5:30-7pm
Chamber office inside the Municipal Complex
Five Age Categories: 4-Years-Old to 12th Grade
Pageant: Monday, Sept. 21, 6:30pm
Headland High School Auditorium
Headland Harvest Run
Run or walk through beautiful downtown Headland during the Headland Harvest Run, a 5K and 1-Mile Fun Run/Walk, Saturday, Sept. 26. Registration begins at 7am in the gazebo on the square. The 5K Run begins at 8am, the 1-Mile Fun Run/Walk begins at 9am.
The wheeled, level course winds through downtown and residential areas and is a part of the Harvest Festival activities. Entry fee is $15 for 5K if mailed before September 20; $20 on race day. Fun Run/Walk registration is $10. Pre-register to reserve your correct shirt size on race day.
The event is sponsored by Southeast Alabama Gas District, Headland Lions Club, The PR Companies, K-Time Sports & Apparel, Wiregrass Construction, HNB First Bank. The Headland Area Chamber of Commerce hosts the Harvest Run.
For more information, call 334.693.3303 or email email@example.com
Chattahoochee Park's Scarecrow Contest
250 Chattahoochee State Park Rd
Gordon, AL 36343
Create the BEST Scarecrow and win a prize!!
Display your scarecrow at the park.... Get votes and win!!
ALL PARK VISITORS WILL BE ABLE TO VOTE
Votes will be counted and announced at our Fall Festival Oct 3, 2015
You're invited to participate for FREE
Contact Kim for more info!!! 334-699-3607
Chattahoochee Park's Fall Festival
250 Chattahoochee State Park Rd
Gordon, AL 36343
Join us for:
• Live Music
• Martial Arts Demo
• Polynesian Dancers
• Arts & Crafts
• Food • Games
• and so much more
Admission: Adults: $5.00 Children and Srs: $2.00
100% of the proceeds raised will be divided equally between:
• Habitat for Humanity
• Living Waters Counseling, Inc.
• Exchange Center for Child Abuse Prevention
• Wiregrass Hope Center
• Chattahoochee Park Events
• WIZB HIS Radio 94.3
Vendor spaces available for $10 without electricity and $20 with electricity
Bake sales, yard sales and fundraisers are welcome.
334-792-6255 or www.facebook.com/HippyUsaHoustonCounty
Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY) is a FREE parent involvement, school readiness program that helps parents prepare their three, four, and five year old children for success in school and beyond. The parent is provided with a set of carefully developed curriculum, books and materials designed to strengthen their children's cognitive skills, early literacy skills, social/emotional and physical development.
HIPPY 545 West Main St Suite 403 Dothan
44th Headland’s Harvest Day
Headland’s Harvest Day Set For October 10
Headland is gearing up for its 44nd Annual Harvest Day Festival, Saturday, October 11, 9am-3pm. This fun-filled event takes place downtown in and around the beautiful city square. The day features arts and crafts, a car show, children’s games and rides, a variety of food vendors, and live entertainment throughout the day. Local shops and restaurants will also have special offers and sales.
Harvest Day is sponsored by the Headland Area Chamber of Commerce and the City of Headland.
For more information, call 334.693.3303 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Vendor information and forms are also available at www.headlandal.org.
Holmes County 4H Extravaganza
Sep 19, 2015 10:00am - 5:00pm
Holmes County 4H Extravaganza will be hosting a fun filed day. There will be arts & crafts vendors, food vendors, Barn Ceremony, Concert by Shane Owens, Bouncy Slides, Dunk Tank, Silent Auction, Underwater Robotics, Petting Zoo.
Nicole Crawson Phone# 850-547-1108
WHRMA - 16th Annual Forum and Exhibitor Fair
Sep 17, 2015 7:30am - 4:00pm
Everett Hall - Troy University-Dothan Campus
The Wiregrass Chapter of the Society For Human Resource Management will hold its 16th Annual Forum and Exhibitor Fair. The event will feature speakers from the offices of Ogletree Deakins/Farmer, Price, Hornsby & Weatherford/Troy University, and Keystone Foods who will cover topics relevant to Human Resources and or Management. SHRM Continuing Education Credits available. The forum is an excellent learning and networking opportunity for those working, studying, or have an interest in HR and/or Management.
Kathy Farley, (334) 983-0005, email@example.com
Barbara Mann: Transformation & Evolution
Wiregrass Museum of Art and Conference Center
Barbara Mann has had over 35 years’ experience as a metal and jewelry artist. Her work represents highly rendered visions of movement within nature. Of her work, Mann says, “The objects that I make tell a story, relate a concept or record an observation. The subjects that interest me seem to remain constant: nature, science theories and discoveries, the beauty of form, materials and detail. The visual and physical elements in the immediate environment are starting points. The process of making an object is pure pleasure. I strive for excellent craftsmanship and the ability to distill a discovery of seeing or perceiving.”
She graduated from the University of Georgia with BFA and MFA degrees and has taught for many years as an adjunct instructor at UGA Lamar Dodd School of Art. She has also taught with the UGA Studies Abroad Program in Cortona, Italy and in Costa Rica; through the UGA continuing Education program; and with Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts. In addition, she has conducted numerous workshops throughout the Southeast.
Mann’s work is in many collections including The Mint Museum of Art, The Georgia Museum of Art, The Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, and The Committee for the Olympic Development of Atlanta, and Nations Bank. Barbara is currently president of the Athens Metal Arts Guild.
Mann will also be hosting a Cuttlefish Casting Workshop on Saturday, October 17, 10am – 4pm. For more information on the casting worshop, click on this link to our website: http://www.wiregrassmuseum.org/cuttlefish-casting-workshop-with-metal-artist-barbara-mann/
Lara Kosolapoff-Wright, (334)-794-3871
4th Emergency Preparedness Fair and Safety Saturday
The Enterprise Civic Center
The Coffee County EMA/HS Office and the Coffee County Community Emergency Response Team (CERT), is hosting the “4th Annual Emergency Preparedness Fair and Safety Saturday” Saturday, September 5, 2015 at our new location - the Enterprise Civic Center - from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The fun filled family day event is designed to raise awareness about home safety and individual emergency preparedness.
The preparedness and safety event features several awareness displays and demonstrations to help citizens see how a few simple steps now can increase safety and emergency preparedness in homes, businesses and communities throughout the county. Emergency response vehicles and resources, such as the mobile command post, hazardous materials vehicles and the Enterprise Fire Department’s “Fire Safety House” will be on site. We will also have a “Don’t Text and Drive Simulator” sponsored by Mitchell Hyundai and State Farm Insurance that graphically shows the dangers of texting while driving.
Free safety preparedness “how to” literature such as how to build an emergency supply kit and develop a family emergency communications plan will be distributed. Information regarding fire safety and prevention as well as information on preparing for natural disasters such as floods and tornadoes will be available. Upcoming training opportunities which promote community preparedness such as first aid, CPR and storm spotting classes will be announced.
The Emergency Preparedness Fair and Safety Saturday is part of National Preparedness Month (September) which is a “whole community” approach to disaster response. As part of the month’s activities, CC EMA and CC CERT and one our corporate sponsors, Mitchell Hyundai, are sponsoring a poster contest open to all children in grades 1-6 who live in Coffee County. The theme for this year is “Don’t Wait – Communicate: Make Your Emergency Plan Today,” focusing on taking simple, but potentially life-saving steps to enhance preparedness. The following rules concerning the posters must be followed:
• Posters can be NO LARGER than 11 x 14
• Posters should be submitted on quality poster illustration board or heavy paper
• Entries must use crayons, magic markers, or colored pencils only. Posters with stencils, computer-generated or traced letters or images, or commercial stick on letters or images will not be accepted.
• Posters must have the following clearly printed or attached to the back:
o Contestant’s name
o Grade Level
o School name and address
o Parent/guardian names, address, and telephone number
Poster must arrive at the CC EMA Office no later than September 4th to be considered for this contest.
Coffee County EMA
1065 E McKinnon Street
8 County Complex
New Brockton, AL 36351
We hope the residents of Coffee County will make the time to stop by with their families and take advantage of this fun learning opportunity.
For more information, please call the Coffee County EMA/HS Office at 334-894-5415/5375 or CERT Coordinator Scotty Johnson at 334-806-1994 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Headland All-Class Reunion Weekend
There will be a Headland High School All-Class Reunion from September 17th thru September 20th in Headland, Alabama.
Thursday, September 17 - Homecoming Parade
The annual Headland High Homecoming Parade will be held at 6pm. The Parade will
start at Douglas Park, East Church Street Entrance, proceed to the downtown area around the Town Square and onto East Main Street ending at the Douglas Park, East Main Street Entrance.
Friday, September 18 - HHA Golf Tournament
The first annual Headland High Alumni Golf Tournament will be held at the Headland
Country Club on Friday, September 18, 2015. This will be a 27-hole tournament with a 9 hole qualifying round starting at 10am. There will be lunch served after the qualifying round and afternoon flights will be determined based on the qualifying round score.
Afternoon play will begin at 1pm. A trophy will be presented to the winners of each flight and a tournament champion trophy to the individual with the lowest round.
Cost will be $50 per person and all net proceeds will go to the Headland High Alumni Scholarship Fund.
Friday, September 18 - Homecoming Game
The Headland High School Homecoming game will be played at J. J. Yarborough
Stadium on Friday, September 18th at approximately 7pm (TBA). There will be a
ceremony honoring those alumni in attendance.
Saturday, September 19 - All-Class Reunion
The first All-Class Reunion will be held at Douglas Park from 9am-3pm. There will be
class tents for each decade of HHS graduates and students, a tent containing HHS
memorabilia, multiple DJ's playing music of each decade, recreational activities for kids and plenty of food with concession booths around the area.
Saturday,September 19 - All-Class Alumni Basketball Game
The first HHS All-Class Alumni Basketball Game will be held at Charles Smith Gym on
Sporman Street starting at 2pm. Alumni players along with past coaches will be in
Saturday,September 19 - Reunion R & B Concert
GoGo Fest will be the biggest R&B concert the Wiregrass has ever seen starting at 6pm until 11:00pm. This will be held at the Peanut Festival Fairgrounds in Dothan. Performers TBA. Please check our website HeadlandHighAlumni.org for details.
Sunday, September 20 - “Born to Win” Worship Services
On Sunday, local churches will be having 'Born to Win' worship services in honor of our returning HHS graduates and students. Be sure to check with your local churches on their individual activities.
If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Luke Douglas at email@example.com.
An Evening with Patti LaBelle
Marina Civic Center
Hess Entertainment is proud to announce an evening with Patti LaBelle at the Marina Civic Center on Thursday, February 25, 2016.
Pre-sale PREMIUM tickets will go on sale Friday, July 31st at 10 am. You can purchase your seats by visiting HERocks.com .
If you have any questions please call the Hess Entertainment offices at 850-588-6717 or email at Mark@HEStaff.com
Christmas with John Berry
Dothan Opera House
$45 Floor Rows A – F
$35 Floor Rows G – M, Lower Balcony Rows AA – HH;
$25 Lower Balcony Rows JJ – KK and Upper Balcony
Mannheim Steamroller Christmas by Chip Davis
Dothan Civic Center
An event to benefit The Exchange Center
$100.00 VIP Floor Rows A – C;
$60.00 Floor Rows D – Q, Risers and Lower Balcony;
$30.00 Upper Balcony
SAMC’s Sweet Tea Society Comedy Show
Dothan Opera House
SAMC’s Sweet Tea Society Comedy Show with Mary Ellen Hooper
Tickets go on sale August 20th at 8:30 AM
General Admission Tickets: $15
"Herschel Walker – Impact on Education"
Dothan Civic Center
Reserved Balcony Tickets:
$40 Lower Balcony 5 – 9;
$30 Lower Balcony 1-4 & 10-14 and Upper Balcony 17 – 23;
$10 Upper Balcony 15-16 & 24-25
Please call the Dothan Education Foundation at (334) 794-6585 for Table Seating, Meet & Greet Tickets and Private Dinner Tickets.
The Price is Right Live - On Stage
Dothan Civic Center
$52.50 Floor & Riser
$42.50 Lower Balcony
$32.50 Upper Balcony
21st Tee Off for Kids Golf Tournament
Highland Oaks Golf Course - Dothan
Cost? = $125/player; 500/team; sponsorships available
21st Annual Tee Off for Kids golf tournement will be held Thursday, September 17th at Highland Oaks in Dothan. Registration will begin at 10:00, lunch served at 11:00, and tee time is noon. Tournament is a 4 person scramble format.
Helicopter Golf Ball Drop will happen prior to play at 11:30. A putting contest will be going on prior to play and special contests will happen during play. In addition, anyone can check out the silent auction items that will be available (Disney tickets, Wild Adventure Tickets, Auburn football, etc.)
The presenting sponsor this year is Herndon Shell Food Marts/Checkers. They have helped with the tournament in some way since the beginning. Funds raised through all tournament activities and sponsorship will be used to direcetly benefit local child victims of abuse through the CAC's multidisciplinary approach to abuse investigations.
In addition to the sponsorships available, the Helicopter Golf Ball Drop will take place at 11:30. By making a $100 donation, you receive a numbered ticket. A maximum of 250 numbered golf balls will be placed in a duffel bag and dropped out of a helicopter above a golf green. $10,000 awarded if your numbered ball goes in the hole; or closest ball gets $3,500 and second closest ball gets $1,500.
www.southeastcac.org / FB: Southeast Alabama Child Advocacy Center
Troy Univ. Small Business Workshops
Room 219 of the Aviation Technical Training Center, located at 3405 S. U.S. 231.
Troy University’s Small Business Development Center will offer a series of workshops for small business owners at the Alabama Aviation Center in Ozark beginning on July 27.
The workshops, also sponsored by the Ozark Chamber of Commerce, will each be held in room 219 of the Aviation Technical Training Center, located at 3405 S. U.S. 231.
The social media workshop “How to Use Your Facebook Business Page” will kick off the series on July 27 from 1 to 3:30 p.m. Small Business Marketing and Social Media Consultant Betsy Baker will address topics such as how Facebook ties into overall online marketing strategy; what, when and how often to post; how to get the most exposure for your page; how to get the most engagement for your page; scheduling posts on Facebook to save you time; and, how you can benefit from Facebook groups. Participants are asked to have a Facebook Page created before this class.
Cost of the workshop is $25, and the program is limited to the first 25 paid registrants. To register online, visit http://bit.ly/FaceBookOzark2015.
The workshop series will continue on Aug. 5, from 1 to 5 p.m., with QuickBooks Training for Beginners. The hands-on class will cover QuickBooks Desktop versions Pro and Premier. Topics covered in the class include: basic accounting, setting up your company, working with customers and vendors, paying sales taxes, setting up inventory, setting up payroll and paying payroll taxes.
The cost of the class is $25, and the class is limited to the first 15 paid registrants. To register online, visit http://bit.ly/QuickBooksOzark2015.
The final workshop of the series is “Introduction to Government Contracting,” which will be held on Sept. 16 from 1 to 3 p.m. Topics covered in the workshop include: researching the government market, registering as a government contractor, special programs and certifications in government contracting and marketing your products and services to the government.
The free workshop is designed to help business owners evaluate their company’s potential as a government contractor. To register online, visit http://bit.ly/IntroGovConOzark.
For additional information on any of these Small Business Development Center workshop offerings, contact Brenda Marcum at firstname.lastname@example.org or Judy Callin at email@example.com or by phone at 334-674-2425.
New Hope Freewill Baptist - Family & Friend Day
New Hope Freewill Baptist Church, 3819 County Road 31, Abbeville, Alabama
New Hope Freewill Baptist Church, 3819 County Road 31, Abbeville, Alabama will host Family and Friend Day on Sunday, September 27, 2015 at 2:30 PM featuring Guest Speaker Bishop J. L. Milton of Bethel Church in Damascus, Georgia. We invite all churches to fellowship with us! Dinner will be served. God Bless Each and Everyone! Pastor Eddie L. Baker and The New Hope Freewill Baptist Church Family
20th Army Aviation Museum Golf Classic
Silver Wings Golf Course Fort Rucker AL
In support of the US Army Aviation Museum:The 20th annual Army Aviation Museum Golf Classic will be held on Friday September 18, 2015 at the Silver Wings Golf Club with an 1130 a.m. shotgun start. This is a four (4) person scramble, handicap, and string tournament open to the first 144 golfers.
Registration starts at 9:30 a.m. at the golf club; fee is $70.00 per player for members of Silver Wings and $80.00 per player for non-members. This fee includes red tee, mulligan, string, green fees, cart, range, balls, afternoon buffet and participation gift certificate for 18 holes golf green fees at Silver Wings Golf Course.
There will be also be a prize drawing following the tournament during the afternoon buffet. Call the Army Aviation Museum Foundation, Inc. at 334-598-2508 or Silver Wings at 334-598-2449 to sign up. We are looking forward to seeing you on the 18th.
Dianne Nowicki 334-598-2508
Fall Bay Day
Oct 3, 2015 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
St. Joseph Bay State Buffer Preserves Center, 3915 State Road 30-A, Port St. Joe, FL 32456
St. Joseph Bay Preserves was created to restore the land, protect the water, and preserve the future of St. Joseph Bay. At the Bay Day celebration you can explore the forest buffer zone with tram tours and discover the importance of the upland cleansing of water, explore St. Joseph Bay with nature walks, and learn about the local reptile and bird populations. Free guided tours at 10:00, 12:00, and 2:00 EST. A delicious Low Country Shrimp Boil can be enjoyed for a $10 donation, from 11:00-2:00 EST. Live music.
Visit us online at www.stjosephbaypreserves.org and on Facebook at Friends of St. Joseph Bay Preserves for more details or call us at
850-229-1787, ext. 1.
The Sandi McCool Champions of Hope
Oct 17, 2015 .
Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine 445 Health Sciences Boulevard Dothan, AL 36303
The Southeast Alabama Medical Center Foundation will hold The Sandi McCool Champions of Hope breast cancer awareness health event Saturday, October 17th on the campus of the Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine (84 East, Dothan, AL).
Since 2008 Champions of Hope has raised more than $735,000 in support of cancer services and programs at SAMC. Some programs supported through the event include the Southeast Regional Screening Program, the Lymphedema Program, breast cancer guidebooks and post-mastectomy care kits.
The Sandi McCool Champions of Hope 2015 promises to be a fun-filled day that will appeal to the entire family. The event will include a 5K/10K race, a Spirit Walk and the Kohl’s Kids Fit Challenge. The day’s activities will also include live radio broadcasts, food, drinks, and an opportunity to visit Champions Plaza where area merchants and exclusive Champions of Hope merchandise will be available.
The Spirit Walk and 5K fee is $25. Registration for the 10K race is $35. Registration fees include the 2015 event t-shirt.
There will be special recognition for the largest team, the team raising the most money, the individual raising the most money and the team with the best t-shirt design. For sponsorship, vendor and/or participant information, please contact the SAMC Foundation office at 334-673-4150 or visit www.samcfoundation.org. Registration begins August 1st.
Southeast Alabama Medical Center Foundation
Real-Lives: Observations and Reflections by Dale Kennington
Jul 17, 2015 July 17th thru September 26th
Wiregrass Museum of Art
'Real Lives : Observations and Reflections by Dale Kennington' opens to the public July 17th and runs through September 26th. Organized by The Friends of the Mennello Museum of American Art in Orlando, this traveling exhibition presents Ms. Kennington's masterful grasp of the post-modern aesthetic through her paintings depicting scenes of everyday life. Sponsored by Mike Schmitz and family with generous support from the Friends of Dale Kennington.
Call 334.794.3871 or www.wiregrassmuseum.org
24th Annual Wiregrass Model Railroad Show and Sale
Sep 19, 2015 - Sep 20, 2015 Sept, 19 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sept 20 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
National Peanut Festival
5622 US Hwy. 231 South, three miles south of Dothan.
main exhibit building
The 24th annual Wiregrass Model Railroad Show and Sale is Saturday, Sept. 19, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, Sept. 20, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. CDT in Dothan, AL. The show will be at the National Peanut Festival Fairgrounds, 5622 US Hwy. 231 South, three miles south of Dothan.
Admission is $5 for adults and free for children under age 12.
The show will feature more than 100 tables of model railroad equipment and supplies, large operating model layouts, an outdoor children’s train ride, door prizes and concessions both days. For more information, call 334-790-6284.
Danny Lewis 334-790-6284
Herschel Walker- Impact on Education
Dothan Civic Center Dothan, AL
This will be the annual fundraising event for the Dothan Education Foundation. Your support is vital to the continued success of our organization. There are several ways to support the event which will be held at the Dothan Civic Center on Thursday, September 22nd at 5:30 p.m. Sponsorships, Tables (including dinner) and meet and greet tickets are available through the Dothan Education Foundation. Balcony seating will be available for purchase through the Dothan Civic Center. Ticket pricing and additional information regarding the event can be found on the DEF website at www.dothaneducationfoundation.org
Hayden Camp, DEF Communications Director
Leisure Services Karate Classes
Westgate Recreation Center
World Yoshukai Karate offers ages 7 and above instruction in traditional Karate, self-defense, physical conditioning, the use of traditional Karate weapons, and respect, manners and discipline. Mike Culbreth, Master Instructor, a 8th degree Black Belt, instructs all classes, as he has for more than 36 years.
Location: WESTGATE RECREATION CENTER
Class I: Children Ages 7-12
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 4:30-5:30 p.m.
Fee: $50 per month
Class II: Men & Women Ages 13 & Up
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 5:45-6:45 p.m.
Fee: $50 per month
Registration is held the first week of each month.
OTHER SUMMER KARATE CLASSES will be offered at World Yoshukai Karate, 1791 Ross Clark Circle. Call 794-8238 for more information.
Call 615-3700 for more information.
Chicktime Dothan Spooktacular 5K
Oct 31, 2015 Late Registration begins @ 7:15 AM
Westgate Tennis Courts
TO RAISE AWARENESS FOR WOMEN & CHILDREN OF ABUSE.
Proceeds will aide Chicktime Dothan to continue raising awareness for women and children of domestic violence within our community. A portion of the proceeds will be given to the Exchange Center for Child Abuse Prevention. Additionally, we will be stocking the shelves of our charity home, the Wiregrass Children’s Home with food, hygiene items, and clothes.
Preregister now at chicktime.com/dothan.
Impact on Education by Herschel Walker presented by the Dothan Education Foundation
Sep 17, 2015 5:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Dothan Civic Center Dothan, AL
Impact on Education by Herschel Walker presented by the Dothan Education Foundation will be held on Sept 17 at the Dothan Civic Center. Ticket and event details coming soon.
Enterprise Semi-Pro Baseball Team Need Players
Peavey Park, 805 Bellwood Rd. Enterprise, AL
Joe Jackson 334.464.1729
Alzheimer’s – A Faith Perspective
New Hall at St John the Evangelist Catholic Church, 123 Health St, in Enterprise
Alzheimer’s – A Faith Perspective is a support and education program to help family members, caregivers and others understand and cope with the effects of Alzheimer’s and other dementia diseases.
The thirteen-week program will meet every 1st and 3rd Thursday beginning on Thursday, March 19, and continuing through September. The meetings will be at 7:00 pm in the New Hall at St John the Evangelist Catholic Church, 123 Health St, in Enterprise. Meetings are free and open to the public.
Using faith as the foundation for helping those dealing with Alzheimer’s, the sessions will include themes such as managing fear and pain, finding purpose, asking for help, and living in the present moment.
For more information or to register, contact the group facilitator, Larry Hitchcock, at (334) 709-4033.
Calling All Teens! Creative Writing Workshops with Local Author
Sep 8, 2014 1st Monday of each month at 4:00 p.m- 5:00 pm
Dothan-Houston County Library's Board Room
445 North Oates Street, Dothan, AL 36303
Join local author Danielle Wallace at the Dothan-Houston County Library for fun, inspirational creative writing workshops. Teens will be able to express themselves using different genres of writing, ranging from poetry to fiction. These workshops are free, so grab your pen, notepad, and your imagination to make a difference in the world around you. If you know a teen that would love to attend, share this information with them.
Place: Dothan-Houston County Library's Board Room
Date: Every 1st Monday of each month
Time: 4:00 p.m - 5:00 p.m
Contact Danielle Wallace at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.