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

2019 01 29 grand opening big mikes seafood and more ribbon cutting

Headland officially welcomed Big Mike's Seafood and More on Tuesday, January 29 during a Ribbon-Cutting at the new restaurant. Located at 25 Park St., on the square in downtown Headland, Big Mike's is owned and operated by Darlean Gibson. Haylee Beck is the dining room manager. Follow them on Facebook and call ahead with your orders, 785-5138.

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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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Parade Grand Marshal is Honored

William J. (Bill) Parker receives an award from Headland Area Chamber of Commerce President-elect, Pete Crews for the honor of being selected Grand Marshal of the 2018 Headland Christmas parade. Friends and family gathered at a reception at the City of Headland municipal complex following the parade. Congratulations Mr. Bill!

It was a cold and windy parade day! Sixty five entries passed the grandstands as Pastor Misty Barrett of Headland United Methodist Church and Jeff Strickland of MusicMan Productions announced the parade entries. Santa road his sleigh, queens waved, bands played and candy exploded from the Corndodgers Farm candy cannon! What a wonderful way to kick off the Christmas season! The winning floats were the Lions Club Kazoo float - 1st place; Enfinger Pest Control - 2nd Place; and Wallace Community College - 3rd place. Thanks to all who helped make this event so much fun!

2018 10 grand opening Corn Dodgers Rustic Rooster

CornDodger's Farm celebrated it's Grand Opening of the Rustic Rooster concession stand. It is currently CornDodger's open season. Go out and enjoy! Look for the upcoming farmer's market and satsuma sale in November 24th.

2018 10 Ribbon Cutting Making Alabama Bicentennial Exhibit

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.

2018 headland airport taxiway groundbreaking

On September 25, 2018, the Headland Municipal Airport celebrated the ground breaking for the new parallel taxiway. Local airport and city officials performed the groundbreaking. We appreciate that our county and state representatives took the time to support our local airport.

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