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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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Headland is gearing up for its 46th Annual Harvest Day Festival, Saturday, October 14, 9am-3pm. With more than 100 vendors and participants, you’ll love spending the day under the canopy of oaks in Headland’s beautiful downtown square. The event features arts and crafts vendors, an antique & collector car show, children’s games and rides, a variety of musicians and performers entertaining throughout the day and delicious food from non-profits and food trucks.

Harvest Day is sponsored by HNB First Bank, the PRcompanies, Golden Peanut & Tree Nut, Headland Lions Club, Southeast Gas, Center for Vein Restoration, Headland Ace Hardware, Headland Family Medicine, Headland Plumbing & Electric, and Wiregrass Construction.

For more information, contact the Headland Area Chamber of Commerce, 334.693.3303, headlandALchamber@gmail.com.

2017 music line up

Harvester Sponsors
HNB First Bank
PRcompanies
Cultivator Sponsors
Headland Lions Club
Golden Peanut & Tree Nuts
Southeast Gas
Planter Sponsors
Center for Vein Restoration
Headland Ace Hardware
Headland Family Medicine
Headland Plumbing & Electric
Wiregrass Construction
Media Sponsor
Durden Outdoor

Harvest Day Vendor App

2017 09 30 harvest run winners

Congratulations to the Overall Winners in the 2017 Harvest Run - Larry Dykes, Male Walker; Brian Leighty, Male Grandmaster; Dale Thomas, Overall Male; Elizabeth Johnson, Overall Female; Miriam Bingham, Female Master; Tina Weber, Female Grandmaster; Rosie Oates, Female Senior Grandmaster; Jean Parrish, Female Walker. Not pictured. Donnie Bowling, Male Senior Grandmaster and Steve Thompson, Male Master.

2017 harvest festival queens

Presenting our 2017 Harvest Festival Queens!

Front Row: Petite Miss Hannah Robertson, Little Miss Macy Kate Steele, Tiny Miss Kennedy Claire Birdsong;
Back Row: Miss Harvest Festival Macy Yates, Teen Miss Mae Yates, Junior Miss Clara Grace Braswell.

You'll see these lovely ladies this weekend at the Harvest Run on Sept. 30, at the Harvest Festival Fly-In at the airport on Oct. 7, and at our biggest day of the year, Harvest Day on Oct. 14. Thank you to all the lovely ladies who participated this year!

A BIG Thank you to all of our Headland Harvest Festival​ Sponsors: Headland National Bank, Personnel Resources Dothan​, Durden Outdoor Displays, Inc.​, Golden Peanut and Tree Nuts​, Headland Lions Club​, Southeast Gas, Center for Vein Restoration, Headland Ace Hardware​, Headland Family Medicine​, Headland Plumbing & Electrical​, and Wiregrass Construction.

Congratulations Julie and Bill Barber, owners of the new Headland business, You Never Know Ceramic Studio, located at 5 Grove St, on the square. The Chamber with the Barbers during their Grand Opening and Ribbon-Cutting on Thursday, Sept. 7. What a fun place to spend some creative time. You can schedule parties and groups by calling them at (334) 785-5496

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08 22 2017 alfa open house

ALFA Insurance celebrated its new office with an Open House and Ribbon-Cutting on Tuesday, Aug 22. Agents Keith Nall and Walter Gay and their staff and corporate representatives welcomed the community to their new location at 800 Cleveland St., Headland, AL 36345-9467.

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poppy bucks pizza owners
Amy and Ross Kilpatrick with Grandmother Mary Jernigan
Poppy Buck's Pizza held it's ribbon cutting on Tuesday, July 18th at their location at 16566 US Hwy 431 S, Headland, AL 36345-8443. The event was sponsored by the Headland Area Chamber of Commerce. Executive Director Rhonda Harrison and Mayor Ray Marler addressed the gathering as well as Ross Kilpatrick gave his thanks to all those who came out for the event. Poppy Buck's Pizza phone number is 334-693-2300.

Ross Kilpatrick explains how the business got it's name:

"The name Poppy Buck’s originated from my grandfather, Billy Jernigan. We all called him “Poppy”. His father was called “Buck”, as a nickname. When I was a young boy, I told Poppy that I would open up a restaurant with him one day and that we would name the restaurant Poppy’s. He passed away shortly after we moved to Henry Co. a few years back. After his passing, I learned that he was born in the Lawrenceville community—in northern Henry Co. Knowing that adds a special touch to this for me. We are opening the restaurant in his memory."

He added "We are honored to serve the Headland and Henry Co. communities. Our aim is to cook the best pizzas in the Wiregrass and to provide excellent service for years to come."

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