Tallassee Quarterly Tallassee, Alabama
Southgate to Lake Martin The Treasure on the Tallapoosa
P h o t o b y C a n d a c e S c ro g g i n s
Tallassee City Council Meetings:
Regular City Council Meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month beginning at 6 p.m. at City Hall and are open to the public. Tallassee City Hall, 3 Freeman Avenue Tallassee, Alabama, 36078 334-283-6571
John Hammock, Mayor Front L-R Commission Bill Godwin District 6, Mayor Johnny Hammock, Barbara Garnett City Clerk.
Back L-R- Commissioners Sarah Hill-District 2, David Stough-District 7, Darrell Wilson-District 4, Terrell Brown-District 5, Jeremy Taunton-District 1, Damian Carr-District 3
Become involved and watch Tallassee Grow!
IMPORTANT COMMUNITY MEETINGS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC:
Board of Education meets the third Tuesday at 6:00 pm. at Technology Center . Tallassee Planning Commission meets the first Tuesday at 6:00 pm. Industrial Development meets the first Tuesday at 6:30 at the IDV office.
Tallassee Redevelopment Authority meets the fourth Tuesday at 6:00 pm at City Hall.
Tallassee Planning Commission Board of Directors
Mayor Johnny Hammock Andy Coker, Bldg. Inspector Councilman Jeremy Taunton Pres. Ron McDaniel Herbert Mason Beth Turner Willie Smith Joey Scarborough Joyce Villa
Tallassee Library Board meets the 2nd Monday at the Library Tallassee Recreation Board meets as needed.
Tallassee Redevelopment Authority Board of Directors
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Mayor Johnny Hammond Hank Golden Marilyn Durham Steve Burak David Lawrence Holcombe Kerns Jim Davis Deborah Pruitt
Police Chief Matthew Higgins
For All Emergencies Call: 911 334-283-6586 214 Barnett Blvd., Tallassee, Alabama 36078
1 Twin Creek Drive, Tallassee, Alabama, 36078
The mission of the Tallassee Police Department is to enhance the quality of life in the city of Tallassee by working cooperatively with the public to prevent crime, enforce the laws, preserve the peace and provide a safe environment. Seated left to right; Suzanne McElroy, Executive Assistant; Richard Dorley, Chairman; Ann Christian, Secretary; Standing left to right; Ronald Cullars; Steve Beasley, Treasurer; Darryl Pendergrass; Tim Timmerman; Don Heacock, Vice Chairman
Tallasseeâ€™s 1st Annual Policemanâ€™s Blue Jean Ball A Hugh Success RAISING $40,000 for the Tallassee Police Department. A crowd of 500 guests enjoyed the food & music.
Check for $40,000 presented to new Police Chief Matt Higgins & Jason Benton.
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The Community Development Corporation is a 501-3C organization dedicated to improving the quality of life in Tallassee and the surrounding areas. We are working to promote, integrate, and enhance all aspects of our greater community: retail, industrial, civic, educational, recreational, religious, governmental... whatever it takes to make Tallassee an even better place in which to live and work!
Tallassee Community Development â€œTailgating Eventsâ€? had over $100,000 in sales in the last 12 months in support of Community Projects!
2017 Tailgating Schedule
August 18 -19.
Tallassee Boy Scouts
Reeltown HS Band
September 1-2 October 6-7
Wall Street Community Improvement Assn. Sons of Confederate Veterans
Community Development Corp.
Boston Butts Ribs ~~~~~ Briskets Best BBQ in the South!
The Greatest CAMPSTEW Around!
Pick up is now at 520 Main Street across from Senior Center.
ate Come Tailg! with us The best BBQ ibnama! a Central Al
Take Exit 26 (Tallassee Exit) off I-85 North. Only 15 min. from Montgomery. Hwy 14 W, over bridge, 3 miles.
Front Row: Ann Stuedeman, Alan Taunton, Judge Dale Segrest, Kat Raiford, Laurie Rigiel, Back Row: Laura Leigh Peters, Tripp Storm, Wade Shipman. Brad Davis, Don Bryant, Wilbur Terrell, Joyce Vella. Other board members attended but not pictured.
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Come Visit Historic Downtown Tallassee Helping Children Learn and Grow
101 S. Dubois St., Tallassee, AL (334) 252-0025 www.learning-tree.org
THE SEGREST LAW FIRM
Home & Auto
INSURANCE & BONDING, INC.
Dolan A. Fannin Jr., LUTCF
319 Barnett Blvd. Tallassee, AL 36078
The Historic Ray Carr House 334-252-0036
Home of the officers in charge of the Tallassee Armory and General Birkett Fry.
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Little Free Library
As a team, the primary goal of Tallassee Fire Department is to prevent fires and protect lives and property. This is done through continuous training by the highly motivated firefighters that work together in order to bring a situation full of chaos back to order.
Tallassee Alabama Power Company Service Organization (APSO) installed little free libraries in the dog park down town and at the little league ball field at the concession stand pavilion. We stocked both with books and will be responsible for the maintenance of the libraries. The idea of little free libraries is to provide appropriate reading material for all ages to promote reading and family time. People are welcome to take books, read, and return them and they can also donate bools to the libraries for others to use and enjoy.
Tallassee Community Library 99 Freeman Avenue. - (334) 283-2732 firstname.lastname@example.org www.facebook.com/tallasseecitylibrary
Mon. & Fri. - 9am-5pm ~ Tues., Wed., Thurs. - 9am-6pm Sat. - 9am-1pm • Sunday - Closed
The Tallassee Community Library has eleven (11) public computers available to our community. The computers are up and running each morning at 9:00 am and are used on a first come, first served basis until one hour before the library closes. The policies for our public computers are given to new patrons but copies are available at any time during office hours and on our website. Library Webpage; www.tallasseecitylibrary.com – you can now access our catalog from our webpage! Just click on the catalog link and enter either the title or author you are looking for. You WILL need your library card number and your password assigned to you by our new circulation system. If you need help the first time just call us at 334-283-2732.
403 James Street, Tallassee, Al 36068
Open: Monday & Tuesday 9-12 and 1-5
Come to LifeChoice for your FREE pregnancy test and FREE counseling.
Accepting applications NOW!
308 Main St. • Tallassee, AL
Phone (334) 283-6750
For more information feel free to contact:
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Wade Shipman Superintendent of Education
Career Center Opens
A new school year is upon us and weâ€™re excited about the recent renovations to the Tallassee Career Center. Last year. nearly one hundred students from Tallassee High School earned college credit through taking dual enrollment classes primarily through an arrangement with Trenholm State Community College. These classes included English, Computer Applications, and Industrial Maintenance. Last year, these classes were taught at Tallassee High School until renovations were complete. This year these classes will be offered at our Career Center. Our hope is that we will be adding to the programs being offered to include classes that will prepare our students to be employed by some of our local industries. We have also begun using this facility to host Tallasseeâ€™s Board of Education meetings.
A lot of credit behind our dual enrollment expansion is due to the work of Tallassee Career Tech Director Keith McNaughton and Tallassee High School Principal Matt Coker. Long time Trenholm employee and Tallassee resident, Wilford Holt helped us connect with Trenholm and establish the relationship that now exists. Each year, numerous students are able to qualify for tuition scholarships for dual enrollment. We would like to see the number of scholarships expanded to where more of our students can take advantage of these dual enrollment opportunities. Mr. Holt has also been instrumental in helping us acquire equipment for our students to use for training. Our facility is furnished with equipment and we are looking forward to the new school year and are excited about the new opportunities for our children.
Tallassee City Schools - Board of Education
Lacey Brewer Board Member
Kami Scarborough Board Member
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Rex Ledbetter Board Member
Jennifer Jelks Board Member
Sandra Patterson Board Member
The mission of the Tallassee City School District is to provide a quality education, providing the basis for students to become lifelong learners as well as moral, ethical and compassionate people. A partnership of staff, students, parents and the community will prepare students to become responsible citizens and productive members of the communities in which they live.
Matt Coker High School Principal
Tallassee High School 502 Barnett Boulevard Tallassee Alabama 36078 334-283-2187. Fax. 334-283-6210
Welcome to the Home of the Pride of Tallassee Marching Band
The Tallassee High School band program began in 1938, when a Troy State Teachers College (now Troy University) graduate, William Armagast, came to Tallassee to teach Boys' Manual Arts, a course commonly known as "Shop." Enterprising school superintendent, B. B. Nelson, learned that Armagast had been a member of the TSTC band, and immediately enlisted him to form a music group at THS.
Mount Vernon Mills, Inc., purchased most of the musical instruments and by 1939 the first Tallassee High School Band was, as they say, up and running, complete with more than twenty members and an ancillary six-piece dance band.
The next year, whether Armagast left, or the school decided a trained music director was necessary, Arthur A. Mann was hired to direct the THS Band. With Mann also came the band's first uniforms: white pants and shirts (skirts for the girls), black ties, reversible blue and white capes and cadet caps. The majorettes wore white canvas shoes with leggings fashioned of oil-cloth to resemble boots and often made their batons of broom sticks with white-painted tennis balls on the ends. While the band participated in parades and played in the stands for football games, it did not perform half-time shows.
In 1945 Paul Stewart, band director at Auburn High School, was hired at THS and conducted the band until 1950. Under Stewart the band procured new all-purple uniforms and began performing at football half-times. Stewart also conducted the high school glee club for five years.
A new era in bands at THS began when University of Alabama graduate, Edwin R. Watkins, came to THS to take up the music
programs. His innovations in marching style, half-time shows, concerts, and his ability to instill a sense of pride and dedication into his students brought THS bands to the fore in Alabama for the next 38 years. (Contributed by W. C. Bryant THS Class of 53 and Drum Major for The Long Blue Line for 3 years.)
Since 1987, after the retirement of Edwin R. Watkins, the band has been under the direction of several directors. These include Linwood Erb, Lavone DuBose, Craig Aarhus, Kerry Palmer, Mark Nichols, Jon Bowman, and current director Robert Glasscock.
The THS band made nine appearances at the Alabama Bandmasters Association State Band Festival receiving Superior Ratings in 1995, 1999, and Excellent in 1960, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966 and 2009. In 2010 the State Bandmasters Association changed the format for State Contest, and the band has received Superior Ratings for its performances in 2010, 2011, 2014, and 2017, and an Excellent in 2012.
In recent years, the Pride of Tallassee Marching Band has traveled out-of-state to participate in two nationally televised parades. In 2008, the band marched in the IKEA Thanksgiving Day Parade in Philadelphia, PA, and in 2010 and 2016 the Magnificent Mile Lights Festival Parade in Chicago, IL The band has also performed at Universal Studios in Orlando, FL (2013) and in the Fiesta Flambeau Parade in San Antonio, TX (2015). In 2011 and 2015, the Pride of Tallassee was honored to represent Elmore County in the Gubernatorial Inauguration Parade for Dr. Robert Bentley in Montgomery, AL.
In December of 2012, the Jazz Band performed for the opening session of the Alabama Association of School Boards Annual Convention in Hoover, AL. In that same month, the Pride of Tallassee was one of two bands featured at the Alabama-Mississippi High School All-Star Football Classic.
We look forward to seeing you at the Tallassee Tigers Football Games for 2017.
GO TIGERS and GO PRIDE!
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TSH 2017-201 Varsity Cheerleaders Education
Tallassee Football Schedule
(Seale, AL) Location: Tallassee High School ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ @ W. S. Neal (East Brewton, AL) Location: W.S. Neal High School ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
@ Handley (Roanoke, AL)* Location: Handley High School ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
(Childersburg, AL)* Location: Tallassee High School ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
@ Munford (Munford, AL)* Location: Munford High School
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@ T.R. Miller (Brewton, AL) Location: T.R. Miller High School ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
(Dadeville, AL)* Location: Tallassee High School ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
@ Holtville (Deatsville, AL)* Location: Holtville High School ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
(Leeds, AL)* Location: Tallassee High School ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
(Eclectic, AL)* Location: Tallassee High School
Congratulations... Faith Adams, Liberty Bridgeman, Caitlyn Dowdell, Taylor Goodman, AnnaMarie Gregory, Emma Kate Holley, Terisa Holt, Haleigh May, Calen Patterson, Ze'Kiah Skipper, Sarah Smith, Kennedy Taunton, Madeline Taylor, Kennedy Tucker.
Donâ€™t Miss a Single Game! Support our Youth!
Southside Middle School
Mr. Bruce Dean Principal
Southside Middle School 901 East B Payne Sr Dr. Tallassee, AL 36078 email@example.com
THS 2017-2018 Junior Cheerleaders
Southside Middle School Nicole Patterson Anilexa Serritelli Tatum Ingram Alexis Jones Ezi Stevenson Natalie Ellis Laci Hammonds Makinna Lightsey Abby Bridgman Abbie Davis Brooklen Dowell Autumn Varden Bethany Walters Samantha Thompkins Chesney Russell Taylor Holley
G O T i gers !
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Tallassee Elementary School
Jose Reyes, Jr. Principal
850 Friendship Road Tallassee, AL 36078 334-283-5001
Visit us at: tallassee.tce.schoolinsites.com/
Our hope is that you will checkout our website to be user-friendly, and after your visit, you will have a good idea of all we have to offer. Tallassee Elementary School is a wonderful place for students from diverse backgrounds to grow educationally, get involved, and have a meaningful elementary school experience. In every way that schools are measured, whether it is academically, service to the community, or athletically, our school excels. Our curriculum, course offerings, and service opportunities provide our students with a wide variety of experiences. We strive to create an environment where each and every student is given the attention necessary to achieve his/her individual success.
All of this is made possible by strong partnerships that are developed with our community and our parents. I hope that our website will assist in the endeavor. As always, if you have questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Tallassee City Schools 21st Century Community Learning Center 2017-2018 School Year Registration
Tallassee City Schools 21st Century Community Learning Center is offering registration for the 2017-2018 school year. The Tallassee Elementary Schoolâ€™s 21st CCLC is open to students in grades 1-6 who attend Tallassee City Schools. Registration was held at Tallassee Elementary School on August 3, 2017 from 10a.m.-5p.m. The following items are needed to complete the registration process: Completed and signed Registration Form; Updated medical information; Emergency contact person(s) other than parents: Non-Refundable registration fee. Due upon registration in the form of cash(exact change preferred), money order or personal check. ($20 for each student, $35 for 2 or more students)
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Shanikka Beacher Assistant Principal
Aldridge, Bell, Gantt, Mann, Noble, Bryant, Hill
Bullard, McMahon, McNaughton, Baker , Milner, Pescia
Coker, Dark, Ingram, Haynes, Graban, Grant Thomas, Veasey, Price, Spencer, Miller, Cunningham, Hoffman
Brantley, Davidson, Yankey, Fields, Nicholson, Sharp,
August 8th - First Day of School
Bus Safety! Watch out for our children!
The Tallassee City Schoolâ€™s 21st CCLC afterschool program is an enrichment program located at Tallassee Elementary School for 1st-6th grade students. The program runs Monday-Friday from 3:15pm-5:15pm. We follow the Tallassee City Schools calendar. The weekly tuition is $25 per student each week. Activities include but not limited to: snack, 30 minutes of homework help, PE, Science lessons, iPad instruction, and crafts. In previous years, we have also had Dance, Ceramics, Tae Kwon Do, and Art provided by local vendors and we hope to continue our partnerships with these vendors. Bus transportation is provided for Southside students to TES daily. Bus Transportation home in the afternoons is also available for students living within a 5 mile radius of TES. If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact Lauren Funderburk at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tallassee Youth Sports Best in the Tri-County area
Tallassee 6U All Stars
Tallassee 6U All Stars girls are currently undefeated in Dixie Youth All Stars. They competed in the Dixie Youth State tournament is Eufaula, Al in early July and came out on top. The girls are currently travelling to Alexandria, La to represent the State of Alabama in the Dixie Youth Softball World Series. McCall Clayton 11 Carlynn Easterling 1 Maddie Norrell 7 Zadie Leigh Stephens 3 Kylie Taylor 6 Maddie Tennyson 8 Kaysen Tew 2 Carli Vargas 99 Emily Claire Watkins 25 Jazlyn Fitzpatrick 12
The Tallassee 9&10 year old All Stars finished 8th in the State tournament held in Troy, AL on July 13, 2017.
Going into the State tournament as District 5 Champions, Tallassee lost the first game to South Bibb. In game 2 against Jacksonville, Thomas Lemmond and Cash Gough pitched a combined perfect game which attributed to the Tallassee win. Tallassee won game 3 against Auburn Blue with a score of 17-14 in the morning session. In the afternoon session, Tallassee was Front Row: Brodie Ellis, Bry Hathcock, Brody Wisener, Thomas Lemmond, Truex eliminated by Mason, Mason Nelson - Second Row: Bryson Rigsby, Slade Clayton, Cash Gough, Carter Alexandria with a Sayers, Rowen Thornton, Chase Webster- Back Row: Coach Stephen Webster, Coach Adam score of 7-6 in game 4. Clayton, Manager Tommy Wisener.
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Saturday, September 23, 2017 Registration at 6:30 am Course Opens at 7:00 am Course Closes at 5:00 pm Registration $35 after August 23. 2017 Registration Location-Tallassee High School 2017 DCR Sponsorship Form 2017 DCR Entry Form or Register Online Dam Century Ride T-Shirt T-Shirts are $20.00 each ( Sizes:- S, M, L, XL, XXL )
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Part of this yearâ€™s proceeds go to the Learning Tree. Helping Children Learn and Grow
101 S. Dubois St., Tallassee, AL (334) 252-0025 www.learning-tree.org
9th Annual Tallassee Now Highlights
ALABAMA POWER THURLOW DAM TOUR
was inside the Stadium and THS Tech Center.
Always the BEST
ll. a y b d e y o j n E Quilt Show
in the River Region.
L-R: Johnny Kirby, Bill McKenzie, Owner, Wiley Troup and Jackie Hammock
Children delighted to see and pet the animals.
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Enjoy our Local Tallassee Restaurants Good Food! Good Friends! Good Times!
Established in 2007
6841 Tallapoosa Street, Notasulga, Al 334- 257-1998
Daily Lunch Buffet Alabama's Best Steak 5 Meats ~ 12 Vegetables 2015 Alabama's Meat & 3 sides, dessert w/drink Best Steak Thursday Night Only ~ $6.99 Buffet contest "Fiery
Open every day except Monday.
ke Karao s. r u h T gs e v e n in
2867 Gilmer Avenue Tallassee, Al 36078
Bus.Hrs. Sun-Wed. 11 am - 9 pm Thurs. - Sat. 11 am - 10 pm
Tallassee is Growing! New businesses are finding their way to this quiet family friendly small town. Tallassee’s schools are some of the best in the state.
Location is just minutes from Lake Martin, Auburn and Montgomery. Sports, dance, gymnastics, and more for it’s youth.
Go by and visit one of these new businesses! ed New Featur ss for B u s in e t! Augus
Chamber of Commerce
BUSINESS OF THE YEAR!
Enjoy your favorite meal at one of our fine restaurants!
1310 Gilmer Avenue, Tallassee, AL
Serving Tallassee for 10 years.
HOURS: Mon. Sat. 9:00 am to 7:00 pm and Sun. 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
New Businesses S. Ann Avenue next to Studio B
E. Roosevelt Street behind Alabama Power
DISTRICT NINETEEN TALLASSEE, ALABAMA
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466 Gilmer Avenue Hampton Place Shopping Center
We welcome your new business to Tallassee!!
Tallasseeâ€™s Brittney Norrell Winner of Dream Wedding at The Columns at Tangarray
L-R: LaToya King and Rita Faulk present Bride Brittany Norrell with her dream wedding package.
Little did Brittney Norrell know that when she dropped into the first Wetumpka Bridal Extravaganza she would win the wedding of her dreams! The Bridal Extravaganza, sponsored by LaToya King of King Bridal and Formal Wear, worked with Rita Faulk, Owner and Event Coordinator of The Columns at Tangarray and Original Grace Events, to provide the perfect venue. Shown above tourning the venue are the bride and groom with their grandmothers. King recruited businesses to provide over $27,000 in wedding services for Bride, Brittney and Groom, Zack Smith. The package includes photography, florals, bridal gown and groom attire, honeymoon and more.
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Quality Living in Tallassee
Retirees subdivision on beautiful tree covered lots minutes from Lake Martin.
Kent, AL - 17.5 Acres
Beautiful lake on property. Call 334-799-7723 Custom Built Retirement Cottages. Call for tours and details.
Developer - 41 Years Experience Tallassee family heritage since 1843!
Custom Built Retirement Cottages. Call for tours and details.
J. Alan Taunton, CPA
200 Executive Park Drive P. O. Box 780248 Tallassee, AL 36067 S
Appraisals â€˘ Analysis â€˘ Management
Providing Quality Forest Services Since 1949
Tallassee, AL www.sizemore1949.com
Support our troops with your prayers. May God Bless America!
Quality Living in Tallassee
409 Central Boulevard 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, central air/heat. $68,000
403 Herd Street Central air/heat, 3 bedrooms, 1 bath. $68,000
405 Herd Street Central air/heat, 2 bedrooms, 1 bath. $65,000
334-283-2567 334-283-6900 (F)
J. Alan Taunton & Company,LLC Certified Public Accountants
EXCAVATING CO. LLC 3188 Kent Road Tallassee, AL 36078
Growing a Cit y for Its People!
5427 Notasulga Road Tallassee, AL 36078 at the intersection of Hwy. 14 and Hwy. 49
Opelika - 334-737-3221 Prattville - 334-361-4100
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Garages & Carports
Landscape & Design, LLC
Landscape Design Installation Night Lighting
Irrigation Maintenance Sodding
EXPERT PAINT AND BODY
1511 Gilmer Avenue Tallassee, AL 36078 334-283-3099
Free Estimates • Lifetime Warranty Discounted Deductibles
Body Shop L.L.C.
101-B Caldwell Street • Tallassee, Alabama 36078
334-283-3463 334-283-8024 Fax
Chuck Meadows Owner
FOR ALL YOUR PAINT AND BODY NEEDS
334-391-7345 Fax 334-283-4012 email@example.com
Dana Haynes - Owner 89077 Tallassee Hwy. Tallassee, AL 36078
1301 Gilmer Avenue Tallassee, Alabama 334-283-5745
TIRE & SERVICE CENTER
511 Jordan Avenue Tallassee, Alabama 334-252-1546
2808 Kent Road
EXTERMINATING COMPANY, INC. •
Termites, Powder Post Beetles, Moisture Barrier, Pest Control
May God Bless America! Visit one of these quality businesses that make Tallassee their home and are here to serve YOU!
1508 Gilmer Ave. Tallassee, AL Phone (334)283-4979
ROAD RUNNER FOOD STORE 709 Central Blvd., Tallassee, AL
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450 Gilmer Avenue Tallassee, AL
Rick Golden, Executive Director ~ email:firstname.lastname@example.org Tammy Merrett, Programs Coordinator www.tallasseerecreation.com
334-283-4726 Tallassee Tiger Sharks Swim Team Champions
The Tallassee Tiger Sharks competed at the Alabama Parks and Recreation Association State Swim meet July 28-29. The Tiger Sharks finished 12th out of 30 despite swimming against many larger year round programs. Crockett Moyers won the state title in 6 and under freestyle, countinuing Coach Donna Funderburk’s 10-year streak of state champions. The following swimmers finished in the top eight in their events, receiving either medals or ribbons: Donovan Aldridge: 7th 9-10 Free Relay Eli Carpenter: 3rd 9-10 Medley Relay, 7th 9-10 Free Relay Geoffrey Dark: 8th 11-12 Individual Medley, 6th 11-12 Butterfly Camden Mask: 3rd 9-10 Medley Relay, 2nd 9-10 Breast, 7th 9-10 Free Relay Sawyer Mathis:3rd 9-10 Medley Relay, 6th 9-10 Free, 7th 9-10 Free Relay, 5th 9-10 Back Crockett Moyers: 1st 6&under Free, 3rd 6&under Back Harmony Moyers: 4th 8&under Breast, 7th 8&under Butterfly Macey Stewart: 2nd 9-10 Free, 6th 9-10 Individual Medley, 4th 9-10 Butterfly Chase Webster: 3rd 9-10 Medley Relay, 2nd 9-10 50 Free, 4th Individual Medley
Pictured are individual medalists with Coach Donna Funderburke
Front: Macey Stewart, Sawyer Mathis, Harmony Moyers, Camden Mask Back: State Champion Crockett Moyers, Coach Donna Funderburk Not Pictured: Chase Webster
Senior Center 445 Main Street Tallassee, Alabama 334-283-2766
Hours: Monday – Friday 9:00 am – 1:00 pm Tuesday Evening – 3:00 pm 9:00 pm(Cards) Wednesday Evening – 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm (Crafts) Upcoming Events: August Luau September: Speakers from the Tallassee Police Department Identity Thief & other concerns. October - Breast Cancer Awareness
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Bringing the Arts to Tallassee for more than 50 Years
The McCraney-Cottle Arts Council was established in 1963 to promote and encourage the development and appreciation of the fine and performing arts in and around the community of Tallassee, Alabama, by presenting appearances of visiting artists and by sponsoring local artistic endeavors. It has been a pleasure to serve our community for the past 53 years. The McCraney-Cottle Arts Council is a 501c(3) organization. Contributions are fully tax deductible.
Become a Patron! For Information contact McCraney-Cottle Arts Council at P. O. Box 780551, Tallassee, AL 36078 Please call Mona Mills at (334) 201-4892.
A Joint Art venture with McCraney Cottle Arts Council, Dixie Art Colony Foundation and the Elmore County Art Guild. Featured below are a few of the many works of art shown at the exhibition.
CONSTRUCTION! UNDER WAY
IS CONSTRUCTION! UNDER WAY
Tallassee Mount Vernon Theatre Downtown-Barnett Blvd. Tallassee, AL 36078
Help restore this beautiful historical performing art theatre. You can become a part of this restoration by sending donations to: Tallassee Mount Vernon Theatre Inc. P. O. Box 781202 Tallassee, AL 36078
All donations are tax deductible! Construction underway!
Genevieve (Sally) McClure
Pictured is Robert Blount founder of Bank of Tallassee, now Trustmark and CEO of B&SE Railroad.
Sheets of tin from the original Kelly Fitzgerald Art Colony (Camp Jordan) 1938-1948. New owners took the tin from the ceiling of the barn where approx. 150 artists had painted their renditions of the this period.
These tins were featured in the Alabama Heritage Magazine.
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The 19th Annual “Battles for the Armory” Civil War Reenactment
Reenactment will be held on November 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th, 2017 at Gibson’s View Plantation on Rifle Range Road 2-miles south of Tallassee. Thursday, November 9th will be “School Day” as students from public, private and home schools from all over eastcentral Alabama will learn about life in the Confederate Armory and about life in the 1860s. There will various period demonstrators including a Blacksmith, Field Artillery, Soldier Drills, Period Food, Period Dancing, Period Music and many period vendors. Cost is $5 per student.
Friday, November 10th will be Living History Day with soldier’s camps open to the public, as well as, period vendors and some demonstrators and a soldier’s parade. Saturday, November 11th and Sunday, November 12th are battle days as the local battles of Chehaw Station and Franklin or re-created on the large Gibson View Battlefield. Battle times are at 2PM each day. These two battles saved the Tallassee Confederate Armory from being destroyed by Union Raiders. Prior to the battles there will be cavalry demonstrations, carriage rides, period vendors (sutlers) period food, a modern food vendor and other modern vendors. Something new this year will be a first-class Arts and Crafts Fair both Saturday and Sunday. There will be artist, craftsmen and craftswomen selling quality made items. These vendors will come from all over the southeast for this first-ever Arts and Crafts Fair in Tallassee, Alabama. A one-day pass for all events is only $5 with school children admitted free of charge. For More information call Randall Hughey at 334-283-6888.
We Take Crap From Everybody! Portable Toilets For Your Next Event Also in Pink & Blue Handicap Units Available
NEW Camera & Locator!
Portable Sinks Serving Elmore, Macon & Tallapoosa Licensed • Bonded • Insured 2796 Friendship Road, Tallassee, AL
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Auto Body 6122 Notasulga Rd, Notasulga, AL 36866
For Complete Auto Body Needs.
Tallassee Falls Museum, 201 Barnett Blvd., - Tallassee, Al 36078
Museum Tours at Tallassee Now featured history as well as Tallassee hospitality.
Tallassee History Abounds... Tallassee Historical Society Museum Open Hours: Thurs., Fri., Sat. - 10 am-2 pm Sunday - 1-3 pm
William (Bill) Goss Curator
Tallassee and Surrounding Area Churches - A COMMUNITY OF FAITH
BAPTIST CHURCHES Bethlehem East 7561 Upper River Road Calvary Baptist Church 293 N Wesson Street Word of Life 501 Sims Avenue Carrville Baptist Church 2436 Notasulga Road
East Tallassee Baptist Church 314 Central Boulevard Elam Baptist Church 4686 Notasulga Road First Baptist Church 1279 Friendship Rd
Flatrock Missionary Baptist Church 1024 Flat Rock Road Friendship 4345 Friendship Road Liberty Baptist Church 574 Liberty Road Mount Zion Baptist Church 64 Log Circle Providence Primitive Baptist Church 4850 Chana Creek Road Refuge Baptist Church 3098 Red Hill Road River Road 239 Lower Tuskegee Road Riverside Heights Hispanic Mission 495 Little Road Rock Springs 375 Rigsby Road Rock Springs Baptist Church 2810 Rock Springs Drive Tallassee First 1279 Friendship Road Talleweka Baptist Church 1419 Gilmer Avenue
Westside Baptist Church 1825 Gilmer Avenue
CATHOLIC CHURCHES St Vincent De Paul Parish 620 Gilmer Avenue
CHRISTIAN-OTHER CHURCHES Apostolic Church Of Jesus Christ 1072 Muskogee Trail East Tallassee Church Of Christ 501 Central Boulevard Light Of Jesus Outreach Ministries 140 Gin Street Macedonia Christian Church 2685 Macedonia Road Mount Olive Congregational Christian Church Naccc 492 Kent Road Oak Heights Church Of Christ 74 Manning Circle Tallassee Church Of Christ 209 Gilmer Avenue
Wind Rain & Fire Ministries International 1201 Gilmer Avenue
EPISCOPAL CHURCHES Episcopal Church Of The Epiphany 2602 Gilmer Avenue
METHODIST CHURCHES East Tallassee United Methodist Church 101 Central Boulevard First United Methodist Church 1 Jordan Avenue New Zion 3523 Ashurst Bar Road St. Paul Tallassee 101 Herren Hill Road Wall Street 71 Zion Street
INDEPENDENT CHURCHES Abundant Life Church 2634 Lower Tuskegee Road Saint Mark All Nations Pentecostal Foundation Church 30 Stewart Street Tallassee Church Of God 134 Adams Street Tallassee Holiness Church 194 Honeysuckle Lane
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Hwy. 14 - 1618 Gilmer Avenue • Tallassee, AL • (334) 283-6815 Tallassee Quarterly 24
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