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Headland, Alabama - Gem of the Wiregrass
Headland, Alabama - Gem of the Wiregrass
Headland, Alabama - Gem of the Wiregrass

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Paper Pushers Printing celebrated their ribbon cutting on Thursday, March 14, 2019. Paper Pushers is a full service print shop and creative boutique featuring art, jewelry and gifts created by local artists. Theyalso offer design services. For a free quote: ask for Cortney 334-785-5410 or tripleponmain@gmail.com

Experience Tuscany with our Chamber in October. This trip provides non-dues revenue for our Chamber and memories of a lifetime for you and your family. We are going on the same trip as the Dothan Area Chamber of Commerce, too, so we are looking forward to sharing the experience with our neighbors!

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logo Under the OaksHEART of Headland downtown group planning new music event series beginning April 26.

The HEART of Headlanddowntown revitalization group will host "Under The Oaks", a free live music series in the downtown square every fourth Friday beginning April 26 through September 2019.

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Under The Oaks kicks off it's first of six events on Friday, April 26. Visit a food truck or shop the square while listening to classic rock and blues band Oddly Enoughfrom 6:00-9:00. Bring your own chairs or blankets and enjoy an evening of music under the oaks in Headland's beautiful downtown square. New South Cruisers Car Club will host a cruise-in on Park and Grove Streets around the square.

Headland is part of the Main Street Alabama Network and is working hard on the application to become a Main Street Alabama Designated City. If you love Headland and want to help our community please plan to attend the next meeting onMonday, April 15, at 6 pm at You Never Know's Party Place next to Misty's Salon on the square. Please come if you can and invite others who may be interested in getting involved! 

Heart of Headland Team Members

Some of the Heart of Headland Team Members: Ricky Gray, Stormy Hicks, Greg Davis, Bill Snell, Jan Gray, Misty Kimbrel, Anthony Thomas, Jeanne Sigler, Taylor Wheeler, Adrienne Wilkins, Cortney Miller, Amy Balkcom, Amanda Hardy, Kelly Woodham, Brittney Tomlin, Kim Roland, Mary Jo Woodham, Gordan --, Jim McGee, Sylvia Crews, Pete Crews, Dethalia Armstrong, Cindy Hamm

The 2019 Headland Pageants was conducted on Saturday, March 2nd at the Headland High Auditorium. This year marked the 60th Miss Headland Miss Headland pageant to be held. The pageant is sponsored by the Headland Area Chamber of Commerce.

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2019 02 20 Eye Opener Gibson Distilling 1We had a great Eye Opener! Thank you Action Computer for hosting us at Gibson Distilling! We learned so much about the services Action Computer offers and a little bit about the distillery too.

Books-n-Brunch, part of Alabama and Henry County’s Bicentennial Celebration, was held on Saturday, February 16th at the Herndon Oil Co. Loft in Abbeville. This event was sponsored by the Abbeville Memorial Library, the Blanche Solomon Memorial Library, the Abbeville Chamber of Commerce, the Headland Area Chamber of Commerce, and the Henry County Bicentennial Committee.

Books-n-Brunch guests enjoyed breakfast casseroles and pastries why they listened to fourteen local authors share from both their life experiences and books. Book topics included fiction, non-fiction, poems, short stories, history, children’s books, Christian, and a coloring book. For more information about our local authors, stop by the library.

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Chairman Emeritus Bill Snell; Erin Stuckey, PeoplesSouth Bank; Allen Twiggs, Golden Peanut & Tree Nuts; Gail DeFee, Headland Senior Center; Immediate Past President Luke Stevens, AllState, ; Amy Balkcom, Headland City Council; Kevin Murphy, Southeast Gas; Carlee Williams; President Pete Crews, Headland Municipal Airport; Vice President Linda Robinson, Robinson Tax & Accounting; Secretary Heather Shippey, City of Headland; Executive Director Rhonda Harrison. Not pictured are Treasurer Jody Singleton, CPA; David Norwood, Alabama Power; Zelda Oates, HNB First Bank; Teresa Peterson; and Dewey Todd, Todd Farms.

The Headland Area Chamber of Commerce celebrated reaching its goal of more than 200 members during the Annual Membership Banquet on Thursday, January 17. Jeremy Arthur, President & CEO of the Chamber of Commerce Association of Alabama was the keynote speaker. His entertaining presentation highlighted many historical Chamber of Commerce connections from Al Capone to Miss America while stressing the importance of local Chambers. He also encouraged Headland to move forward towards downtown revitalization and becoming Main Street Alabama designated city.

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The Making Alabama Bicentennial Exhibit ribbon cutting celebrated the historical exhibit which also included 100-year-old quilts loaned by Sherry Burkhaulter of Quilted Creations as well as other historical artifacts. Fresh squeezed lemonade, homemade teacakes and other delicious refreshments were served. Many thanks to the volunteers who helped make this event possible.

Henry County Probate Judge David Money and Headland Mayor Ray Marler kicked off the Henry County 200th Bicentennial celebration which will run throughout the remainder of 2018 and all of 2019.  This ongoing event is sponsored by the Abbeville Chamber of Commerce  and the Headland Area Chamber of Commerce.

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