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The General Store at Todd Farms now carries milk products from Working Cows Dairy in Slocomb, AL. A Working Cows delivery truck will be parked in front of the store until May 2 and they will be offering free samples (while supplies last). “It is absolutely delicious and very healthy,” Dewey Todd said. “Regular store milk is pasteurized to 200 degrees, which kills the healthy enzymes. The FDA only requires 145 degrees, which is what Working Cows Dairy does. This milk is not homogenized, so you ‘shake before you drink.’ It will remind you of the milk you got fresh at Grandma's house. We offer whole, 2%, skim and chocolate milk, and fresh organic whipping cream. We have several customers who buy the whipping cream and make their own organic butter.”
The Daylily Art & Garden Festival will be Saturday, May 21, 10am-3pm, on the square in downtown Headland.
The festival will feature a Youth Art Contest and Show, garden-related crafts like birdhouses and wind chimes, art vendors, daylilies and other plants, gardening products and farmers market vendors. Entertainment by the 98th Army Jazz Band, Headland High School Jazz Band and more will be in the gazebo. Hands-on children’s art and gardening activities will be offered inside the park.
Local daylily growers Bush Gardens, located on Hwy 134 West, will conduct garden tours that day.
The Daylily Art & Garden Festival is sponsored by K-Time Sports & Apparel, Alabama Power, HNB First Bank, Smith’s True Value and Durden Outdoor. The Youth Art Contest is sponsored by Peoples South Bank.
For more information, contact Rhonda Harrison at (334)693-3303, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The City of Headland Parks and Recreation is seeking sponsors for the 2016 Baseball and Softball teams. If you would like to sponsor a team, please fill out the linked form below and send to City of Headland, 25 Grove Street, Headland, AL 36345.