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Table of Contents 8 Meet The Chamber 8 Letter From Chamber Director 9 Photo Of Board Of Directors 10 How The Chamber Can Help You And Your Business 12 Chamber Awards 22 Letter From Pell City Mayor 24 Greetings From City Council Members 26 History Of Pell City 34 Economic Development 38 Industry 44 Education 48 Health Care 54 Tourism 62 Visual & Performing Arts 68 Parks & Recreation 74 Housing & Real Estate 78 Worship 84 Nonprofits 94 Directory Of Chamber Members
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Meet The Chamber Urainah Glidewell Executive Director
Thank you for joining us!
We continue to partner with local government and other organizations to pursue improvements in the overall quality of life for the city, county, and region, particularly in the areas of education, tourism, economic development, community development, and workforce development. Our success in achieving our mission and purpose is due to a collaborative effort from the Chamber Board of Directors, Chamber Ambassadors, City of Pell City, Pell City School System, St. Clair County Economic Development Council, Chamber members, and area professionals.
e are excited to have you as part of the Pell City Community! Whether you are passing through or have lived in the area for generations, each of our stories contributes to the success and growth of our community. As one of the fastest growing communities in Alabama, Pell City offers amenities found in much larger cities while retaining that small town, hometown charm and feel. We are an outstanding place to live, work, and grow a business as the continued growth in industry, retail, and housing attest. Pell City's rich history dates back to 1890, and the Chamber was established to advocate for and support the prosperity of Pell City and area businesses. It is an exciting time to be a member of the Pell City Chamber of Commerce. We are always creating new networking and promotional opportunities to help our member businesses succeed and grow, including listing on the Chamber website, informercials, business referrals, monthly networking opportuni8
To our current Chamber members, thank you for your continued support. For those of you considering relocating your business, opening a new business in Pell City, or an established business, you will find that becoming a Chamber member is of great value to you. Pell City is thriving! Join us as we continue to grow. ties, and continuing education. Other great events that allow our member businesses to gain visibility include the Business Builder Breakfast, Annual Business Awards, Annual Hometown Block Party, and Christmas Parade.
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Chamber Board of Directors
Members of the Chamber’s board of directors are, from left, in front, Denise Olivastri, Caran Wilbanks, Anna Otterson, Laurie Brasher, Emily Norris, and Rachel Herrin; in back, Ken Pate, Jeremiah Gilreath, Kristi Edwards, Patrice Kurzejeski, Chelsea Nabers, Linda Crow, Sarah Whitten, and Casey Cambron. Not shown are Pam Carlisle and Bernard White. ST CLAIR CO PUBLIC TRANSP 4X4.875
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Being a Pell City Chamber Member has so many benefits! Here are just a few benefits that membership has to offer:
Publicity Boost: We welcome new businesses to our community with welcome packets filled with promotional material from our members, a new member certificate, and photo and bio for our social media and weekly newsletter.
Social Media: Live infomercials for your business, conducted by our dedicated Board of Directors and posted on our social media.
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For more information on becoming a member of the Pell City Chamber of Commerce, visit our website at www.pellcitychamber.com or call 205-338-3377. 10
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Chamber Awards Honoring Excellence In Business And Community Service
ach year, the Chamber recognizes outstanding business achievement and community service through its annual awards program. Awards are presented for Small Business of the Year, Medium Business of the Year, Large Business of the Year,
Industry of the Year, Professional Business of the Year, and Nonprofit Organization of the Year. The Pell City Citizen of the Year Award is presented to the recipient whose volunteerism or outstanding service to the community has made the biggest impact on the lives of others.
The Chamber also presents the Firefighter of the Year and Police Officer of the Year awards on behalf of the Pell City Fire and Police departments. The accompanying photographs show honorees who were recognized during the Chamber’s 2021 awards banquet.
Citizen Of The Year Pell City Chamber of Commerce honored Denise Olivastri as Citizen Of The Year presented by previous year’s winner Lyle Harmon, Chamber board members Caran Wilbanks and Emily Norris and City Manager Brian Muenger.
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Small Business Of The Year Pell City Chamber of Commerce Small Business Award winner was 94.1 The River radio station presented by Chamber Board member Linda Crow and City Councilman Jay Jenkins. In the photo from the left are Linda Crow, Trese Mashburn, owners Karen and Adams Stocks, John Simpson and Jay Jenkins.
Medium Business Of The Year Pell City Chamber of Commerce Medium Business Award winner was Leaps Academy presented by Chamber Board member Chelsea Nabors and District Attorney Lyle Harmon. In the photo from the left are Chelsea Nabors, Ashley Faust, Logan Dodd and Lyle Harmon.
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Large Business Of The Year Pell City Chamber of Commerce Large Business Award winner was Premiere Cinema Entertainment presented by Chamber Board members Anna otterson and Kristi Edwards and Don Smith from the St. Clair County Economic Development Council. In the photo from the left are Don Smith, Anna Otterson, Mark Vaughan and Kristi Edwards.
Industry Of The Year Pell City Chamber of Commerce Industry Award winner was Ascension St. Vincents St. Clair Hospital presented by Chamber Board member Pam Carlisle and City Councilman Jason Mitcham. In the photo from the left are Pam Carlisle, Hospital Administrator Lisa Nichols, Shiloh Swiney and Jason Mitcham.
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Professional Business Of The Year Pell City Chamber of Commerce Professional Business Award winner was the law firm of Trussell, Funderburg, Rea, Bell and Furguson presented by Chamber Board President Laurie Brasher and Pell City Schools Superintendent Dr. James Martin . In the photo from the left are Laurie Brasher, Lance Bell, John Rea, Bill Trussell, Kelly Furguson, Erskine Funderburg and Dr. James Martin.
Non-Profit Organization Of The Year Pell City Chamber of Commerce Non-Profit Organization Award winner was Lakeside Hospice presented by Chamber Board Jeremiah Gilreath and Judge Bill Hereford. In the photo from the left are Jeremiah Gilreath, Erica Grieve, Lori Elmore and Judge Bill Hereford.
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Firefighter Of The Year Fire Chief Tim Kurzejeski said the department has had such an busy year that he couldn't pick just one recipient for Firefighter of the Year so the honor went to The Entire Department. In the photo from the left are Chamber board members Casey Cambron and Patrice Kurzejeski, firefighters Rod Swain, Scott Rhoades, Levi Christian, and Chief Tim Kurzejeski.
Policeman Of The Year Pell City Chamber of Commerce honored Pell City Policeman Don Newton as Policeman Of The Year. The award was presented by Chamber Board member Rachel Herren and Pell City Police Chief Paul Irwin.
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Letter From Pell City Mayor Bill Pruitt
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Welcome to Pell City
we would rather live and raise a family. Whether it’s our beautiful Lake Logan Martin or our historic downtown, the excitement of our athletic complex, or our expanding retail and entertainment opportunities, the quality and dedication of our local educators or the caring warmth of our local churches, Pell City holds something special for everyone.
hen looking to relocate three decades ago, God led me to Pell City. And I just quit looking. I couldn’t tell you exactly why, but it just felt right. A lot has changed since then, and while it might be difficult to reach a consensus on what makes Pell City the incredible community that it is, most will agree that there is nowhere else that
If you are lucky enough to live here, you probably already know what I mean. If you are here today as a visitor, I would like to welcome you to our wonderful community. I hope that you can spare a little extra time to grab a bite, visit our beautiful lake, and get a taste of what makes Pell City so special. If you’re running short on time, just ask a couple of folks. I’m sure they’ll be glad to tell you why calling Pell City home just feels right. Sincerely, Bill Pruitt Mayor City of Pell City
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It’s absolutely the people that make Pell City a great place to live. Pell City is just full of wonderful, regular, hardworking, go-towork, go-to-church people.
Greetings from City Council Members
Council President Jud Alverson
It may seem kind of cliché, but while Pell City is growing at a fairly rapid rate, it luckily still maintains a small-town feel.
Councilman Blaine Henderson
Councilman Jay Jenkins
Pell City’s community leadership is really strong. There are good people in the right places. The leadership is really amazing.
Councilwoman Ivi McDaniel
Our business community in Pell City is strong and vibrant, which helps all our citizens.
Councilman Jason Mitcham
What I love about Pell City is its small-town, everyone-looks-out-foreverybody, everyone’slike-family vibe. Some people think of the lake when they think about quality of life, or the splash pad or all the other amenities we offer in Pell City, it’s a combination of all of them. To me, quality of life is a familiar face.
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missed train and a man with a vision marked the early days of St. Clair County’s beloved Pell City. In 1890 Talladega-bound insurance man Sumter Cogswell was scheduled to change trains in Pell City but found himself taking up residence for a night at the Cornett
Sumter Cogswell House after missing the train. Prior to Cogswell’s arrival, a group of railroad investors requested a town charter in 1887. Among the investors was the town’s namesake and Pell City Iron and Land Company owner, New Yorker George H. Pell. At the time, Pell City was a railroad junc-
Looking out his window the next morning, the young man was so impressed with the natural beauty of the countryside, and it reminded him so much of the ‘Blue Grass’ country of Kentucky, that he was interested,” according to a 1936 St. Clair Times article.
tion for East & West Railroad, Seaboard Air Line Railroad, Talladega & Coosa Valley Line and Georgia Pacific Railroad. Cogswell negotiated the $50,000 sale of the town’s property to Pell City Iron and Land Company who developed the land. Pell City was incorporated in 1891. But the Panic of 1893 threatened the town’s survival. Pell City Iron and Land Company was forced to close its doors, leaving the town nearly deserted. Upon returning to Pell City for a visit 10 years after his initial arrival, Cogswell learned of Pell City’s failings and began efforts of revitaliza-
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Refurbished Avondale Mills Water Tower during the demolition of the Avondale Mills smokestack. The smokestack collapsed on construction contractor, Timothy Phifer, almost killing him. Although Avondale Mills no longer stands and the names and faces key to Pell City’s early days remain in the past, their legacies live on, thanks to a man who missed his train. Helping preserve and celebrate the city’s history are an annual series of walking tours and a new museum.
tion. Cogswell and his wife, Lydia, purchased town acreage for $3,000. He gave 150 acres to Pell City Manufacturing Company which later became Avondale Mills in 1919. The textile company served as the center of economic and social growth. Pell City continued to flourish beyond World War II. In 1956 the towns of Eden and Oak Ridge merged with Pell City, increasing the town’s population, and the construction of the Logan Martin Dam in 1964 led to the creation of Logan Martin Lake in 1965. The lake continues to bring recreation and seasonal tourism to the area.
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In 2006 the historic Avondale Mills factory discontinued operations, and two years later the structure burned down in a fire. Pell City made headlines in November 2015
Pell City Historic Walking Tours offer people the opportunity to learn about the city’s rich heritage. Developed by The Heart of Pell City, an organization dedicated to the revitalization of downtown Pell City, and cosponsored by the Pell City Chamber of Commerce, the tours are designed to engage citi-
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Work continues on an exhibit at the Museum of Pell City zens in connecting Pell City’ past to small town life in the 21st century. Local volunteers lead tourists through historic downtown, opening windows to the city’s early roots. Volunteers give descriptions of the historical buildings along the tour route. Pell City joins other Alabama towns as participants in the Alabama Tourism Department’s annual walking tours. The tours take place in April and are free to the public. Dedicated to the continuous preservation of the city’s historical legacy, the new Museum of Pell City is a hub for interactive learning experiences. The museum features the Pell City Works exhibit and the Making Alabama exhibit. Pell City Works tells the story of the city’s humble beginnings and growth through grit and hard work in times of change and challenge. Making Alabama focuses on the history of the state of Alabama and
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how communities grew out of the roots of working class families. Housed in a 4,000 square-foot space on the second floor of the Pell City Municipal Complex, the museum contains technology for interactive learning and a children’s area devoted to STEM skills devel-
opment. In addition to displaying local and state artifacts and exhibits, a recording studio provides a space for documenting oral history. The Pell City Museum not only preserves the past but recognizes present-day history in the making, while creating stories for future generations to share.
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Economic Development Pell City One of the fastest growing communities in Alabama
Pell City is a hub for industry, manufacturing and retail in St. Clair County and central Alabama.
e have a great story to tell, and we cannot tell it enough,” said Don Smith, executive director of the St. Clair County Economic Development Council (EDC). The St. Clair County EDC is the economic development organization for St. Clair County and its municipalities. It facilitates industrial, institutional, commercial and leadership development through-
Don Smith, executive director of the St. Clair County Economic Development Council (EDC).
out St. Clair County. The EDC works with multiple Chambers of Commerce and other partners to provide resources and manage all of the large industrial community programs and recently initiated a tourism program. “Pell City Chamber of Commerce does an excellent job partnering with our local industries by hosting job fairs and promoting them as valuable employers in our community,” Smith said.
In addition to its industrial and manufacturing strengths, Pell City has a downtown business district, sports complex, Center for Education and Performing Arts, Logan Martin Lake and more. Logan Martin Lake is the home of the Logan Martin Lakefest and Boat Show. The Live at Logan Martin concert event was presented by CEPA at the sports complex and attended by land and lake. The Bulls on the Lake Rodeo is an annual event also held at the sports complex.
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Adam is a hardworking and enthusiastic realtor. He graduated from Pell City High School and attended Jefferson State before transferring to Jacksonville State. Adam played sports in high school and returned to be an assistant football coach for 3 years at Pell City, 2 years at Ohatchee, and 1 year at Talladega. Adam is married and has one child. He is actively involved in the community and is a local home builder, B & T BUILDERS. Adam’s favorite past time is fishing, and he is very knowledgeable of Logan Martin and all the surrounding lakes.
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“In the last decade, we have been a Top 10 fastest-growing county in Alabama, and I do not see that changing any time soon,” said Smith. In addition to water features and outdoor activities, part of Pell City’s allure in attracting industry, manufacturing and retail is its convenient location, including its proximity to cities like Birmingham and Atlanta and their airports. “Companies will be expanding this year, and we are expecting new manufacturing companies next year, as well as retail and other companies,” Smith said.
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When these companies expand and new companies locate to Pell City, more supporting businesses working in tandem with them are sure to follow suit. “St. Clair County and Pell City specifically had 2020 circled as a banner year in retail and manufacturing announcements,” said Smith, “The pandemic delayed some and did away with others, but the fundamentals of Pell City and St. Clair are strong. People are investing in businesses.”
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Industry Industries of all varieties call Pell City home
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hether they’re produced at facilities in the city’s industrial park or at sites throughout the greater Pell City area, products produced here are used by consumers around the world. Here are some examples of industries that have made Pell City their home. And this is just an overview, not an all-encompassing list, just to provide a sample of what the area has to offer...
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Eissmann Automotive opened its Pell City production plant in 2004. The company felt that Pell City was a geographically strategic location and has continued to invest in the community and grow here.
Garrison Steel is one of the companies located here whose owners live here. The company fabricates steel items, and they started their own workforce training program for K-12 students that boasts nearly 100% placement rate. Their adult education program began in January 2021. 40
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Goodgame Company is a general contractor providing steel fabrication services, millwrights, general construction and construction management. Automotive OEMs and suppliers, grocery stores, heavy industry and retail are key customers for the company.
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Benjamin Moore & Co. has one of its largest production plants in Pell City with relation to the number of employees and productivity per employee.
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Douglas Manufacturing Co. manufactures conveyor components, complete pulley assemblies and custom conveyors. The company maintains inventory at its headquarters and plant in Pell City, as well as in its Sacramento, California, and Rockford, Illinois, distribution centers.
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Ford Meter Box ships their products internationally and has been a pillar of the community for decades. The Pell City production plant manufactures many sizes of repair clamps, couplings, tapping sleeves, fabricated steel items and Uni-Flange® pipe restraints.
Honda Manufacturing’s plant near Pell City is Honda’s largest light truck production facility in the world. The production plant is the sole manufacturer of the Passport sport utility vehicle, Odyssey minivan, Pilot sport utility vehicle and Ridgeline pickup truck.
WKW Group was founded in 1940 and has sites in Western and Eastern Europe, North Africa, North America and China. The Automotive branch of WKW manufactures high-quality decorative and functional parts made of aluminum, stainless steel and plastic for passenger cars.
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Education From kindergarten to college, Pell City offers something for students of all ages
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t the helm of the Pell City School System is Superintendent Dr. James Martin. Taking the reigns in September 2019, Dr. Martin says a major advantage for the system is they really strive to know their 4,115 students and families. Honoring that same mindset of knowing their students and families is the Pell City Library. As a learning hub for the community, the Pell City Library pursues excel-
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of our Duran North campus to consolidate our 7th and 8th grade Jr. High School campuses into one,” Martin said. “This move will allow us to provide greater course offerings to our Jr. High students.”
The Pell City Library lence in serving as, “the destination for area residents looking for a place to learn, have fun or relax.” Helping make that happen is Youth Librarian Jordan Rawson. In her 6th year, Rawson creates memory making moments through story time events and programs such as the Summer Reading Challenge. “I love my job and working with kids of all ages,” said Rawson. “I’ve especially learned a lot from the teenagers. I often say, ‘When I grow up I want to be like them.’” Helping those teenagers achieve their educational goals at the next level is Jefferson State Community College. Creating opportunities on
the St. Clair – Pell City Campus since the Fall of 2006, “Jeff State,” offers courses in subjects from art and music appreciation to biology and chemistry and varied interests in between. Giving the gifts of education and convenience, Jefferson State Community College says, “Here we offer you an opportunity to complete your general education courses closer to home.” Establishing that firm foundation of home and community, Martin conveys they’re making strides in improvements on several schools throughout the Pell City School System. “We broke ground in May on the addition and renovation
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Completing their move in 2016, the Pell City Library also maintains its standard of excellence. Whether you’re reserving study rooms, participating in one of their book clubs or attending a Wild ‘n’ Wonderful Wednesday event, Rawson and the Pell City Library team want to instill a passion for reading within students of all ages. “Libraries have evolved to where more of the community utilizes them and people of all backgrounds come together under one roof to interact. Libraries are a community’s cozy safe place,” Rawson said proudly. Initially Rawson wanted to be a teacher, but was called to the library to teach in a different capacity. Educating those on the teaching and librarian trajectory, Jefferson State Community College partnered with Pell City High School (PCHS) to provide multiple dual enrollment opportunities as postsecondary educational resources. Preparing students for life beyond the PCHS hallways, Martin says the Pell City School System started a Career Academies approach to their career tech programs and offer 14 distinct career pathways with certain subjects such as education, military science, performing and visual arts, construction/welding and manufacturing (to name a few). Spotlighting skillsets too, the Pell City School District has also partnered with the Iron Workers Institute, Alabama Craft Academy, St. Clair County Sheriff ’s Depart-
ment and a local pharmacist to provide work ready credential for Pell City’s students upon graduation from high school. Emphasizing what a true gift education is, Rawson says focusing on students and families learning together is key. She exclaimed, “Read
and learn together. Teach them that learning is fun!” Focused on its vision, “to pursue excellence one student at a time,” Martin said, “through the continued support of our community and a commitment to a successful future the Pell City School System’s
greatest days are ahead of us.” The hardworking crew at Jefferson State concurs. They want students to excel in their education by encouraging them to “find your place at Jefferson State.”
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ell City Internal Family Medicine (PCIFM) has been established since 2012 providing high quality medical services to the community. With a team of dedicated physicians and staff, they are committed to offering services of family wellness care, women’s health, outpatient care, pediatric care, sports medicine, and Jotani aesthetics with their own added personalized touch of care.
Prisacaru and the other doctors on staff are more than happy to be a service to the community. Prisacaru agrees that prevention is a key to good health as well as being properly educated and that is what they are there to do. Not only provide medical attention but to inform. “One of the best rewards of my job is seeing new patients and them telling
Dr. Ilinca Prisacaru do for staff as well as we get through this pandemic. Stay positive, have great communication, be open to suggestions, and function as a big family. My advice goes as follows: Make informed decisions, do not lose hope, and to stay positive because better days are coming.”
Pell City Internal Family Medicine “PCIFM is beneficial to the community because I think it still keeps the profile of a small town doctor’s office with the incorporation of up to date technology for quick and precise diagnosis. I believe what makes us unique is the relationships that we develop with our patients. We believe firmly in one on one interactions, and spending time approaching patient needs individually,” said Dr. Ilinca Prisacaru, one of the owners of PCIFM, and primary care and women’s health physician. Moving to a new state or city is a big step and a lot can be placed on the back burner when it comes to getting settled in, but one’s health should not be one of those things. One of the keys to having good health is having a good physician to help be a guide, provide preventative care and help offer a better quality of life no matter what is going on. 50
me that they are here based on a referral from someone that comes to me or the practice. As well as how I changed and made a difference in the lives of family members and friends in the past and currently. However, the best reward is simply hearing my patients say thank you. That truly means a lot to me.” Since PCIFM’s recent move, Prisacaru says that they are blessed to continue to grow day by day, as well as happy how the move made things a lot easier to coordinate care. Then there is Dr. Prisacaru herself who says that Pell City to her feels like a second home. She mentioned that since being in the area she has established great relationships and people in the community treat her like family. “A lot is going on around us but I believe it is important to stay positive and keep the morale up, and that is what we try to
Complete Health is another choice to aid medical needs. Formerly known as Northside Medical Associates it continues to provide the same services of primary care, diagnostics, imaging, weight loss management, a pharmacy, urgent care, botox, and plenty of other services. Then there is the added bonus of their Complete Health 360 feature that offers help to step in and give special medical attention for those on medicare. This feature helps with expensive medications, transportation for appointments, finding specialists in the medicare network, and more. Also, with a vast amount of physicians to choose from to fit your medical needs, your health will be in good hands. Pell City is also home to Ascension St. Vincent’s St. Clair. This hospital is known for its faith based operations and are committed to providing quality and compassion to their patients. In retrospect of services they offer to the community, residents have access to an emergency room, imaging, laboratory,
Colonel Robert L. Howard State Veterans Home primary care, mammography, outpatient surgery, rehabilitation services and so much more. Another great feature of this hospital that one may consider depending on the need is their availability of transitional care, a sleep disorder center, and an advanced wound care center. Lastly, for the veterans, thank you for your service and Pell City has a special
place for you to call home when you seek to continue to be independent but need a little assistance along the way. Colonel Robert L. Howard State Veterans Home is an assisted living facility where residents can receive non-medical care around the clock. The facility also offers community events and activities that can keep the residents involved and the chance to interact with peers. Some
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features that potential residents might be interested in are the on site beauty salon, kitchenettes, and personal telephones in the bedrooms. No matter the decided choice of location, St. Clair County has you covered when it comes to accommodating your medical needs and desires. Even as a new face to the community, you are already family.
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Tourism It’s the Gateway to Logan Martin Lake and so much more!
ell City is known as the Gateway to Logan Martin Lake, so it should come as no surprise that the lake drives tourism for the city. Nature-based tourism is a significant industry for the economy of St. Clair County, as a whole. Even prior to the pandemic, people began reinvesting in the outdoors and in their communities.
In addition to tourists, Logan Martin serves as a refuge for the Pell City community. Whether one enjoys boating and visiting Pirate Island, eating at one of the 13 restaurants on the water last summer, or planting one’s feet in the sand at Pell City’s Lakeside Park or Logan Martin Dam Park, the lake has something to offer everyone. Fish-
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ing and birding are popular activities at Logan Martin Lake, as well. Pell City is located in St. Clair County which has over 600 miles of shoreline thanks to Logan Martin Lake and Neely Henry Lake. Logan Martin Lakefest and Boat Show at Lakeside Park is an annual event every May. 2021’s Lakefest
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Rock climbing at Horse Pens 40 brought more than 35,000 people into the park. The Sports Complex also hosts the Bulls on the Lake Rodeo every year. In addition to Pell City’s opportunities to connect with nature, Big Canoe Creek Nature Preserve is a 400+ acre Forever Wild property located in Springville with nearly 30 miles of trails. Horse Pens 40 is a nature park in Steele that has become an international destination for rock climbers. Other attractions in the Pell City area include the Mustang Museum of America in Odenville, Barber Motorsports Park in Leeds, CMP Marksmanship Park in Talladega and the Talladega Superspeedway. Blair Goodgame, Tourism Coordinator for the St. Clair County Economic Development Council, explained the effect these activities and events can have on the area, “The people who attend are staying in our hotels and eating at our restaurants, and it is an opportunity to be hospitable and attract people and businesses to our region.” Goodgame has spent the majority of her life in St. Clair County and was a small business owner in St. Clair County prior to joining the EDC.
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Blair Goodgame is St. Clair County’s tourism coordinator.
“One of my favorite things about St. Clair County is that you always get more than you expect here. There is a welcoming spirit and people have a deep passion for the outdoors and what it means to be friendly, good neighbors,” said Goodgame. The tourism program for the EDC recently launched its “Visit St. Clair” brand, including a new website. Currently, the website only displays upcoming events, but more features and details will be added. Goodgame summarized, “Tourism increases our tax base, renews
downtowns as tourist centers and creates and supports jobs in manufacturing, retail and various other sectors. Tourism is here to strengthen community bonds.”
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rom the Pell City Players to the Center for Education and Performing Arts to art aficionados at Artscape, creatives throughout the area have venues to display their art. This triad of creativeness debuted around the same time. The Pell City Players readied for their close up by forming in 2006 and premiered in 2007 with Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Construction on the CEPA began in 2006, with their first performance taking place in 2007, just as Artscape opened its doors in the same year.
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A Stage Production at CEPA Staples of this artistic community, these groups provide creative outlets for Pell City citizens and its neighboring areas. “This community is full of people who want to interact,” said Jeff Thompson, executive director of the Center for Education and Performing Arts (CEPA). “We value performance at CEPA and provide as many opportunities for artistic performances as we possibly can. CEPA wants to give the community what they want.”
a place to get involved with performing arts through Spotlight. We always have a place for you here.” said Thompson, adding that his proudest production comes in the form of the Spotlight Drama Education and Outreach Program. “It’s eight clubs putting on 20-35 performances. CEPA provides
Kathy McCoy who’s been essential to the Pell City performing arts scene for the past 15 years, established the Pell City Players and is ecstatic to have the chance to showcase the talent within this area.
Over the past five years Thompson alongside CEPA board members, have taken pride in bringing such talent as The WingNuts and Black Jacket Symphony to its venue.
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artists as Julie Funderburg, Sundi Hawkins, Dave Gunkel and Steve and Sally Smith are amongst the visual artists exhibited throughout Artscape’s gallery. Offering art education for students of all ages, Artscape plays a part in continuing education by featuring Summer Art Camp for children ages 7-16. Wearable art, nostalgic or pristinely pottered, the arts are on display at Artscape.
High School seniors participating in theatre. “We don’t want these students to miss out on achieving their goals. The Pell City Players are so proud to provide this opportunity,” McCoy said.
Collectively collaborating to welcome new visitors along with familiar faces to the area, the arts are thriving in Pell City. Celebrating Pell City creativity, citizens come together to ensure their community is the gateway to living the good life. These creative collaborators contribute to that good life by “bringing quality entertainment to Pell City,” said McCoy.
Easing down Cogswell Avenue in the heart of the Pell City downtown, the Council of the Arts welcomes you into Artscape. Artscape is committed to enriching the lives and economy of our county by promoting the Arts. Such local
Thompson agrees. “A community is a collection of shared ideas. Through artistic expression those ideas can become that community’s identity. CEPA is here to add purpose and meaning to the things that Pell City does everyday.”
Practice at CEPA “Pell City is a growing community. People are coming into town who go and want to go the theatre,” McCoy said. “The Pell City Players work as a team to present a production, where you’ll definitely be taken on an adventure. We carry the name, Pell City Players, to represent our town in the best fashion.” Sharing that passion for performing, the Pell City Players exist to provide scholarships to Pell City
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Parks and Recreation Parks and Recreation contributes to Pell City’s high quality of life
Pell City Civic Center The Pell City Civic Center is the heart of the community that helps improve the quality of life for all ages,” said Harold “Bubba” Edge, the city’s director of parks and recreation. “That is what I believe we are here for and what we give our residents. We provide a place that they can come to that has multipurpose rooms with certified professionals and a great atmosphere to attend, and in a sense bring the community together.” 68
dge, a native of Pell City, has witnessed the growth of the center and the recreation department over the past decade, from the center’s remodel in 2019 to the development of various classes and programs to enrich the lives of local families.
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knowledgeable staff that does not mind helping new or current residents become familiar with the center, or taking the time to introduce them to something new.
Ballfields at Beautiful Lakeside Park “Most people in this community know me as Bubba or Coach Bubba,” he says with pride. Since the day I was born, I have always been called Bubba. I tell people that I will answer to either just as long as you call me for dinner.”
As one of the cornerstones in the community that has been around for decades residents and families have access to a fitness center, sports leagues, various programs, classes, conference rooms, parks and much more. Edge mentioned that they have a friendly and
The Pell City Civic Center is open 7 days a week, has activities available daily with six to eight scheduled activities every day such as yoga, dance fit, fitness fusion, fit to the core, line dancing, pilates, pickleball, and a Forever Young program. There are personal trainers available and the choice of a daily pass or a membership. Edge said that he would advise anyone to sign up for a daily pass that is $5 first before committing to a membership to see what all is offered, and which programs they like and can take up; however, a membership entitles residents to everything that is offered in the center.
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Open daily during spring and summer months, the Pell City Splash Pad is a favorite destination for families in Pell City and nearby communities. Micah Ashley is among hundreds of youngsters who enjoy regular visits to the splash pad at Lakeside Park.
“We have a sports league of basketball and cheer to list a few, and recently added volleyball where for the first year we had about 80 kids sign up for the season. We also have a senior center, a game room, three big parks and a nature park. Earnest White Park has a new basketball court and pavilion, there is the 19th Street park, kid castle playground, Lakeside Park has a small playground in it, a splash pad that operates from May to Labor Day, and then we have a beach inside of Lakeside Park that is connected to Logan Martin Lake.” Edge stated that his family has been rooted in Pell City for many generations, and the reason he continues to remain is because he loves it, and anything that he can do to make a difference in his community he will.
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The Cove neighborhood one of Pell City’s neighborhoods may be just the right fit for you. Consider what aspects of a neighborhood are important to you and what you are willing to forgo. Do your own research to know what neighborhood and house will work best for you. Similarly, do your research to find a realtor who is knowledgeable about the area and your needs. Get recommendations for areas and realtors from trusted friends and family members. You may also consult a resource like www. stclairrealtors.com to find a realtor in the area. The website currently lists more than 100 realtors who want to help you find your dream home.
ell City’s population was just under 13,000 people at the time of the 2020 census according to census.gov. The median value of owner-occupied housing units is $183,800, and median gross rent is $858. The median household income is $54,674.
Nearly 20% of the 25 years and older population have a bachelor’s degree or higher. Mean travel time to work is just over 25 minutes. The city is divided into five districts. With a variety of communities and subdivisions,
One of the most well-known parts of life in Pell City is time at the lake. Home prices around the lake will be a bit pricey, but if you want to live on the water, it is worth it. Get to know the market, especially for the area that interests you. A home in one area may be listed at several times the price of a comparable home in a different area. For example, currently, the highest priced listing on the lake
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in Pell City is 1.4 million dollars for four beds and five baths in a 3,575 sq. ft. house on nearly two acres on the lake. A house with four beds and four and a half baths in 3,316 sq. ft. on nearly half an acre minutes away from the lake is currently listed for $349,900. As one glance at a real estate guide or website can prove, there are many options available for a range of budgets and needs. If you can decide in advance what you are looking for—or trying to avoid— your realtor can save you time, travel and money by focusing on the scope of your ideal home that will fit within your budget.
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ike a warm, inviting home, a house of worship provides comfort in the good times and bad, promotes family togetherness and spiritual growth, as well as offers peaceful shelter from life's storms.
With over 30 churches in the Pell City area (ranging from Baptist to Catholic to Episcopalian to Methodist to Pentecostal to nondenominational and more) each helps fulfill a specific need in the community.
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If you're new to the area and want to check out the many worship services available, or if you're ready to find a church community to ultimately call home, you’ll find it in Pell City.
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The Heart of Pell City Mission Statement: “The Heart of Pell City is a group of positive-spirited people who love Pell City and want to renew, revitalize and reenergize our Historic Downtown.” Officially becoming The Heart of Pell City in 2014, we are a group of small business owners, community leaders and citizens who have a heart for serving, supporting, beautifying and preserving our community and history. Facebook: The Heart of Pell City
Kiwanis Club of Pell City Mission Statement: “Kiwanis helps kids around the world. Local clubs look out for communities and the international organization takes on large-scale challenges, such as fighting disease and poverty. We are generous with our time. We are creative with our ideas.” Website: http://www.kiwanis.org Facebook: Kiwanis Club of Pell City
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Logan Martin Lake Protection Association (LMLPA) Mission Statement: “Advocate and promote the general welfare of Logan Martin Lake and that of the homeowners, businesses, and users of Logan Martin Lake and the surrounding areas.” Recommend and support legislation for the protection of our waters & measures that will improve water quality and cleanliness. Website: www.lmlpa.org
Left and below: hardworking volunteers replace buoys on Logan Martin Lake
St. Clair Children’s Advocacy Center Mission Statement: “The mission of The St. Clair Children’s Advocacy Center is to foster and enhance family development and function by coordinating services for children and families involved in child abuse. The center also facilitates cooperation among agencies, offers training for professionals, and provides education that will increase public awareness and prevent child abuse in the community.” Our Services: • Advocacy • School Programs • Parenting Website: stclairchildren.wordpress.com
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Pell City’s Gateway Community Garden Mission Statement: “The goal of Pell City’s Gateway Garden is to help everyone experience the thrill of growing your own lunch and give back to our community by helping others have access to healthy local foods.” Garden Goals: To teach the residents of Pell City about gardening to grown their own local foods. To facilitate healthy outdoor social opportunities that encourages communication and cooperation between residents of diverse backgrounds. Website: pcgarden.wix.com/gatewaygarden Facebook: Pell City Gateway Community Garden
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CHURCHES Arbor Baptist Church (205) 338-7046 802 Comer Ave Pell City, AL 35125 Coosa Valley Church of God (205) 642-8744 www.cvcog.church 970 River Road Cropwell, AL 35054 Cropwell Baptist Church (205) 338-7995 www.cropwellbaptist.org 2700 Hardwick Rd Pell City, AL 35128 Eden Westside Baptist Church (205) 338-7711 www.edenwestside.org 223 Wolf Creek Rd. N. Pell City, AL 35125 First United Methodist Church (205) 338-3374 www.pellcityfumc.org 2200 3rd Avenue N. Pell City, AL 35125 Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church (205) 919-8260 www.mtpisghchurch.net 100 Mount Pisgah Dr Cropwell, AL 35054 St. Simon Peter Episcopal (205) 884-0877 P.O. Box 432 Pell City, AL 35125 CIVIC CLUBS Children’s Place (205) 338-8847 18200 AL Highway 174 Pell City, AL 35125 Kiwanis Club of Pell City P.O. Box 1922 Pell City, AL 35125 Lakeside Hospice (205) 884-1111 www.lakesidehospice.org 4010 Masters Rd Pell City, AL 35125 Pell City Animal Control Center (205) 814-1567 1071 Airport Road Pell City, AL 35128 Pell City Business & Professional Women (205) 405-0603 www.bpwpellcity.com 508 Martin St S Pell City, AL 35128 Pell City Civitan Club (205) 884-3444 P.O. Box 883 Pell City, AL 35125 98
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ALLADEGA — The question wasn’t whether George Mills, a 100-year-old World War II veteran and Purple Heart recipient, could handle the track at the Talladega Superspeedway. But, could the Superspeedway handle the former Army sergeant? When asked if the pace car went fast enough, Mills shot back, “Almost. He was about ready to open it up.” They went only 120 miles per hour Thursday afternoon, which is probably a lot safer than driving a Ford Model T over a frozen section of the Tennessee River. Mills did that back in his hometown of Decatur in 1940. “A lot different,” Mills said. “The ice cracks, you’re gone.” Please see RIDE | Page 5A
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George Mills, a 100-year-old World War II veteran and Purple Heart recipient, got a taste of the fast life at the Talladega Superspeedway Thursday afternoon when he got a 120 mph ride around the track in a pace car. Mills said that it was the greatest ride he’d ever had. city limits. She said she was told that at BY TAYLOR MITCHELL
that point the road becomes a city street, something Riverside Mayor Rusty Jessup RIVERSIDE — The Riverside City said is not the case. Council spent much of its latest meeting Ford said she doesn’t think the road hearing from citizens about safety con- needs paving simply striping. She said she cerns on Depot Street. is concerned that the road causes a safety Residents Ragina Graham and Kendra issue especially when driving at night Ford addressed the council about con- with her 5-year-old son. how faded the lines on cerns caused by TALLADEGA Councilman Jimmy Hollander said the road are. he has talked to St. Clair County’s legGraham said she had asked about the islative delegation about the issue. 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CONSTRUCTION/CONTRACTORS Alabama Brick Delivery (205) 338-9590 www.alabamabrick.com 1606 Martin Street South Pell City, AL 35128 AMC Mechanical LLC (205) 525-0040 http://www.amcmech.com 10167 US Hwy. 231 Cropwell, Alabama 35054 Devine Designs LLC (205) 441-2984 417 Grandview Circle Talladega, AL 35160 Eagle Vision Paving, LLC (205) 338-4995 450 Nixon Rd Cropwell, AL 35054 Garrison Steel (205) 884-4766 www.garrisonsteel.com P.O. Box 626 Pell City, AL 35125 GNC Construction Inc. (205) 369-4625 P.O. Box 65 Cropwell, AL 35054 Goodgame Company, Inc. (205) 338-2551 www.goodgamecompany.com 2311 3rd Avenue South Pell City, AL 35128 Lakeside Boathouse (205) 473-5750 3440 Martin Street South Ste 16 Cropwell, AL 35054 Renee Lilly (205) 533-5594 www.adesignresource.com 230 Brookshire Road Cropwell, AL 35054 Shoreline Creations LLC (205) 884-7233 www.shorelinecreationsal.com P.O. Box 302 Cropwell, Al 35054 St. Clair County Homebuilders Association (205) 884-0838 www.stclairhba.com P.O. Box 543 Pell City, AL 35125 Superior Sewer & Septic (205) 338-3840 www.alabamasuperior.com 312 Hale Boulevard Cropwell, AL 35054
Tecta America - Birmingham (205) 836-2102 www.tectaamerica.com/birmingham 5578 Morgan Street Irondale, AL 35210 TG Roofing (205) 338-0490 2957 Wolf Creek Rd North Pell City, AL 35125 The Glass Guru of East Birmingham (205) 352-3772 www.theglassguru.com 1000 Plantation Parkway Suite 500 Moody, AL 35004 Tradesman Co. (205) 338-7500 www.tradesmanco.com/ 3620 Martin Street South Cropwell, AL 35054 Vest Roofing (205) 227-0659 www.vestroofingllc.net 5104 Lakeshore Drive Pell City, AL 35128 Yellowhammer Roofing 205-405-2117 www.yellowhammerroofing.com 610 Coves Point Dr. Riverside, AL 35135 CONSULTANTS Avon Products/Denise Olivastri (256) 589-5224 www.healthylifestyle.lovemyace.com 299 Wood Lane Talladega, AL 35160 Angela Brannon-Mary Kay Director (205) 337-6436 www.marykay.com/angelaprice 5300 Lee Rd. Pell city, AL 35128 Edward Jones (205) 655-3940 www.edwardjones.com/anna-otterson 3644 Vann Road Suite 120 Trussville, AL 35235 Logan Martin Wealth Management (205) 533-0388 1607 Martin Street South Ste 5 Pell City, AL 35125 Technical Consulting Services LLC 205-753-3230 155 Huntingridge Drive Cropwell, AL 35054 CONVENIENCE STORES Butts To Go (205) 814-0050 www.buttstogo.net 11 Pine Harbor Rd Pell City, AL 35125
COUNSELING Family Services of North Alabama (256) 878-9159 www.familyservicesna.org 203 S Emmett Street Albertville, AL 35950 DANCE/MUSIC INSTRUCTION Jamison Taylor’s School of Music 205-473-9791 www.jamisontaylor.com 1916 1st Ave N Pell City, AL 35131 The MVMNT Dance Centre (205) 310-8109 3005 Martin Street South Inside Celebrations Cropwell, AL 35054 DENTISTS Aultman Dental (205) 884-1691 www.aultmandental.com 2503 Stemley Bridge Rd Pell City, AL 35128
Eden Family Dentistry, Inc, David T Sawyer DMD (205) 338-2970 402A Cogswell Ave Pell City, AL 35125 Restoration Dental (205) 338-0475 www.lanterdental.com 4402 Cogswell Avenue Pell City, AL 35125 DIALYSIS Fresenius Medical Care (205) 338-4515 7067 Veterans Parkway Ste 120 Pell City, AL 35125 EDUCATION Central Alabama Community College (256) 234-6346 www.cacc.edu 1675 Cherokee Road Alexander City, AL 35010 Jamison Taylor’s School of Music 205-473-9791 www.jamisontaylor.com 1916 1st Ave N Pell City, AL 35131
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Jefferson State Community College (205) 812-2777 www.jeffstateonline.com 4600 Valleydale Road Birmingham, AL 35242 LEAPS Academy Inc Day School and Therapy Center (205) 884-7621 2806 John Haynes Drive Pell City, AL 35125 Logan Martin Lake Protection Association (205) 531-2372 www.lmlpa.org P.O. Box 2002 Pell City, AL 35125 St. Clair Co. Extension Office (205) 338-9416 www.aces.edu/stclair 1815 Cogswell Avenue Ste 103 Pell City, AL 35125 St. Clair Co. Head Start (205) 338-9694 www.stclaircountyheadstart.com P.O. Box 641 Pell City, AL 35125 The Alabama Education Association (205) 527-2102 www.myaea.org 505 20th St., North Birmingham, AL 35022 ELECTRICAL-CONTRACTOR Johnny’s Electric (205) 338-8932 www.johnnyselectriccompany.com 3850 Research Way Pell City, AL 35125 Electrical-Industrial Control Services, Inc. (205) 640-4056 337 Sand Ridge Drive Pell City, AL 35128 EMPLOYMENT SERVICES Pell City Career Center (205) 338-5440 www.joblink.alabama.gov 311 Miles Pkwy Ste 102 Pell City, AL 35125 Tempforce Smart Staffing Solutions (205) 884-4357 www.tempforcestaffing.com 4798 1st Ave S. Ste 104 Pell City, AL 35125 ENGINEERS-STRUCTURAL Barnett Jones Wilson, LLC (205) 884-5334 125 18th Street North Pell City, AL 35125
ENTERTAINMENT/RECREATIONAL Coosa Queen Riverboat (205) 706-2319 380 Seddon Road Pell City, AL 35125 Greensport RV Park and Marina (205) 505-0027 www.greensportrvpark.com 130 Greensport Ashville, AL 35953 Logan Martin Lakefest (205) 338-7500 www.loganmartinlakefest.com 5006 Masters Road Pell City, AL 35128 Premiere Cinemas Entertainment (205) 346-6843 www.pccmovies.com 1200 Vaughn Lane Pell City, AL 35125 Santa Claus (205) 329-8082 www.Facebook.com/Santa.Michael 393 725 Rabbit Branch Road Cropwell, AL 35054 EVENT PLANNER Amanda Camp 8037 Friendship Mountain Ln Springville, AL 35146 Ava Kate Creates (205) 296-3202 149 Waters Edge Point Alpine, AL 35014 EXCAVATION D&W Landclearing LLC (256) 618-2881 www.dwlandclearing.com 505 Airport Rd. Ashland, AL 36251 FAST FOOD Lakeshore Nutrition (205) 760-8316 1605 Martin St. S, Suite 3 Pell city, AL 35128 FINANCIAL SERVICES Edward Jones (205) 655-3940 www.edwardjones.com/anna-otterson 3644 Vann Road Suite 120 Trussville, AL 35235 Logan Martin Wealth Management (205) 533-0388 1607 Martin Street South Ste 5 Pell City, AL 35125 Mitcham Financial Services (205) 338-3534 www.mitchamfinancial.com 1000 Forrest Place Suite 3 Pell City, AL 35128
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FITNESS & TANNING Evolve Fitness Consulting, LLC (205) 789-6106 www.rhonda.evolvefitness.info 864 Fishers Way Vincent, AL 35178 Freedom Martial Arts, LLC (205) 565-8818 www.freedom-tkd.com 1710 Cogswell Ave Pell City, AL 35125 FLORISTS Pell City Flower Shop (205) 338-2226 www.pellcityflowers.com 36 Comer Avenue Pell City, AL 35125 Funeral Services & Monuments Forever Memories (205) 640-3040 2804 Moody Parkway Moody, AL 35004 Kilgroe Funeral Home (205) 338-3341 www.kilgroefh.com 2219 2nd Avenue North Pell City, AL 35125 Usrey Funeral Home (205) 338-0303 www.usreyfuneralhome.com 21271 US Hwy 231 North Pell City, AL 35125 FURNITURE SALES Badcock & More Home Furniture (205) 338-5550 www.badcock.com 613 Martin St N #400 Pell City, AL 35125 Farmers Home Furniture (205) 338-7179 www.farmersfurniture.com 505 Martin Street North Pell City, AL 35125 Room by Room (205) 884-1224 2450 3rd Ave South Pell City, AL 35128 HEATING & COOLING Allen Service Company (205) 338-2311 www.allenservicecompany.com 1711 1st Avenue South Pell City, AL 35125 Pell City Heating & Cooling (205) 338-2820 www.pellcityheatingandcooling.com 331 Cogswell Avenue Pell City, AL 35125 104
HOSPICE HOME HEALTH SERVICES Affinity Hospice (205) 949-0400 www.affinityhospice.com 1911 Martin Street South Ste 5 Pell City, AL 35128 Comfort Care Hospice (205) 813-0290 www.comfortcarehospice.com/ 2048 Martin Street South Pell City, AL 35128 Lakeside Hospice (205) 884-1111 www.lakesidehospice.org 4010 Masters Rd Pell City, AL 35125 HOSPITAL St. Vincent’s St. Clair (205) 338-3301 www.stvhs.com 7063 Veterans Parkway Pell City, AL 35125 HOTELS/MOTELS Comfort Suites (205) 338-5570 www.choicehotels.com 270 Vaughan Lane Pell City, AL 35125 INDUSTRIES Advance Tank & Construction (205) 338-4483 www.advancetank.com 8762 Dry Creek Rd Pell City, AL 35128 Allied Mineral Products LLC (205) 338-3366 www.alliedmineral.com 308 Truss Ferry Rd East Plant Pell City, AL 35128 Benjamin Moore & Co. (205) 338-4440 www.benjaminmoore.com 109 Bamburg Drive Pell City, AL 35125 BG Customs and Engraving (808) 429-1469 www.facebook.com/xBGxCustoms 10154 US Highway 231 Cropwell, AL 35054 CMC Impact Metals (205) 338-5100 www.cmc.com 108 Parkway East Pell City, AL 35125
Royal Foods of Ala. (205) 884-1040 P.O. Box 930 Pell City, AL 35125 St. Clair Economic Development Council (205) 814-1440 www.stclairedc.com 500 College Circle Suite 306 Pell City, AL 35125 WKW North America, LLC. (205) 338-4242 www.wkw-erbsloeh.com 103 Parkway East Pell City, AL 35125
Dixie Engine & Equipment Co., Inc. (205) 405-4292 3750 Logan Martin Dam Road Cropwell, AL 35054 Douglas Manufacturing Co. Inc. (205) 884-1200 www.douglasmanufacturing.com 300 Industrial Park Drive Pell City, AL 35125 Eissmann Automotive (205) 338-4044 www.eissmann.com 599 Ed Gardner Dr. Pell City, AL 35125 Ford Meter Box Co., Inc. (205) 884-4480 www.fordmeterbox.com 815 Miles Parkway Pell City, AL 35125 Harris Rebar (205) 338-6332 www.harrisrebar.com 500 Harris Parkway Riverside, AL 35135 Leadec Corp (205) 338-1875 www.voith.com 3900 Research Way Pell City, AL 35125
INSURANCE Bart Perry State Farm Agency (205) 525-0726 www.bartperry.com 1605 Martin St. South Suite 1 Pell City, Alabama 35128 Davison Insurance Agency (205) 338-6085 2410 Cogswell Ave Ste 2 Pell City, AL 35125
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MEDICAL American Family Care (205) 338-8008 www.americanfamilycare.com 20 Hazelwood Drive Pell City, AL 35125 Birmingham Heart Clinic (205) 815-4818 www.birminghamheart.com 74 Plaza Drive Ste 2B Pell City, AL 35125
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MUNICIPALITIES City of Pell City (205) 338-2244 www.epell.net 1905 1st Ave North Pell City, AL 35125 St. Clair Co. Airport (205) 338-9456 240 Airport Road Pell City, AL 35128 St. Clair Economic Development Council (205) 814-1440 www.stclairedc.com 500 College Circle Suite 306 Pell City, AL 35125 NAIL SALON NailsBy_Sophia & Wayne (205) 238-7967 www.Facebook: NailsBy_Sophia&Wayne 1040 Bunt Drive Pell city, Al 35125 NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS Ann’s New Life Center For Women, Inc. (205) 338-4580 www.annsnewlifecenter.com 3440 Martin St. South Suite 1 Cropwell, AL 35054 ASPCI (205) 919-6606 P.O. Box 566 Pell City, AL 35125 Bald Rock Amateur Radio Club (205) 401-6142 www.facebook.com.baldrockarc P.O. Box 1502 Pell City, AL 35125 Broken Arrow Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution (205) 229-0409 www.alabamasocietydar.org 178 County Rd 414 Boaz, AL 35957 Children’s Place (205) 338-8847 18200 AL Highway 174 Pell City, AL 35125 Community Action Agency of Northeast Alabama, Inc. (205) 338-7407 1481 McCurdy Ave S Rainsville, AL 35986 Council of the Arts (205) 525-4090 P.O. Box 1796 Pell City, AL 35125 Five 16 Foundation (205) 200-0359 www.Lakesideliveshow.com P.O. Box 1732 Pell City, AL 35125
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Friendship Place (at St. Simon Peter Episcopal Church) (205) 884-0877 www.friendship-place.org 3702 Mays Bend Road Pell City, AL 35128 Good Works Charitable Foundation (205) 369-8516 1820 Cogswell Ave Pell City, AL 35125 Kiwanis Club of Pell City P.O. Box 1922 Pell City, AL 35125 Lakeside Hospice (205) 884-1111 www.lakesidehospice.org 4010 Masters Rd Pell City, AL 35125 Lifting Spirits of Senior Citizens Inc. (205) 753-6791 www.ivypattillo.wixsite.com/website 84 Pine Ridge Lane Pell City, AL 35125 Logan Martin Lake Protection Association (205) 531-2372 www.lmlpa.org P.O. Box 2002 Pell City, AL 35125 Mustard Seed Society, Inc. www.mustardseedkids.org 3155 Cook Springs Road Pell City, AL 35125 Pell City Animal Control Center (205) 814-1567 1071 Airport Road Pell City, AL 35128 Pell City Boys and Girls Club (205) 814-0405 www.bgcca.net 405 19th Street South Pell City, Al 35128 Pell City Business & Professional Women (205) 405-0603 www.bpwpellcity.com 508 Martin St S Pell City, AL 35128 Pell City Civitan Club (205) 884-3444 P.O. Box 883 Pell City, AL 35125 Pell City Gateway Community Garden www.wix.com/gatewaygarden 3705 Mays Bend Rd Pell City, AL 35128 Pell City Rotary Club (205) 362-0338 P.O. Box 953 Pell City, AL 35125 Positive Lights Positive Lives Nonprofit (205) 405-0603 580 Seminole Tr Pell City, AL 35128 110
St. Clair Children’s Policy Council (205) 812-3351 170 Rockwell Drive Riverside, AL 35135 St. Clair County Homebuilders Association (205) 884-0838 www.stclairhba.com P.O. Box 543 Pell City, AL 35125 The Brook Coffeehouse (205) 243-1085 4204 Martin St. South Cropwell, AL 35054 The Heart of Pell City (205) 863-0325 1917 Cogswell Avenue Pell City, AL 35125 NURSERY GARDEN Hazelwood’s Greenhouse & Nursery (205) 338-3952 925 23rd St. Pell City, AL 35125 OFFICE SUPPLIES & SERVICES J.S.U. Small Business Dev. Ctr. (256) 782-5271 700 Pelham Road North Jacksonville, AL 36265 Kyocera Document Solutions of Alabama (256) 676-3136 www.kyoceraofalabama.com 1706 Cogswell Avenue Pell City, AL 35125 OPTOMETRIST James W. Bedsole, O.D. (205) 884-2020 1723 Cogswell Avenue Pell City, AL 35125 ORTHODONTICS Designer Smiles by Benton (256) 237-1537 www.bracesbybenton.com 90 Larry Gardner Drive Anniston, AL 36207 PT Orthodontics (205) 338-6244 www.ptortho.com 7 23rd St. North Pell City, AL 35125 PEDIATRICS Complete Health (205) 891-9965 www.completehealth.com 70 Plaza Drive Pell City, AL 35125
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REAL ESTATE RE-MAX Hometown Properties (205) 338-7355 www.hometownproperties.com 30 Comer Avenue Pell City, AL 35125 231 South, LLC (205) 229-9846 100 Four Star Ln Odenville, AL 35120 Amaris Renda Realtor - Realty Pros (404) 693-6447 2401 12th Avenue North Pell City, AL 35125 Barbara Turbville (205) 362-9453 1150 Ranch Marina Rd Pell City, AL 35128 Blue House Realty (205) 901-2583 www.bluehousesells.com 14203 US Hwy 11 Odenville, AL 35120 Caran Wilbanks, Realtor - ERA King (205) 338-1961 email@example.com P.O. Box 1312 Pell City, AL 35125 Classic Home Mortgage (205) 444-5866 www.fundinghomedreams.com 1904 Indian Lake Dr Birmingham, AL 35244 Coosa Valley Mortgage (205) 884-2665 www.coosavalleymortgage.com 2107 Martin St S Ste 102 Pell City, AL 35128 Dawn Williams - RE/MAX Hometown Properties (205) 747-5218 www.DawnLeadsYouHome.com 30 Comer Avenue Pell City, AL 35125 Elana Weems-ERA King Realtor (205) 473-5944 www.elanaweems.com 2319 Cogswell Avenue Pell City, AL 35125 ERA King Real Estate Pell City (205) 338-7320 www.eraking.com 2319 Cogswell Ave Suite 101 Pell City, AL 35125 Fields & Gossett Realty (205) 884-2300 www.fieldgosset.com P.O. Box 983 Pell City, AL 35125 Fields and Gossett Realty-Laurie Brasher (205) 405-0603 www.fieldsgossett.com 508 Martin St S Pell City, AL 35128 112
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Jumbo’s Burgers Wings & More (205) 483-3366 www.jumbospellcity.takeout7.com 2615 5th Avenue North Pell City, AL 35125 Kentucky Fried Chicken (205) 338-3221 www.kfc.com 703 23rd Street N. Pell City, AL 35125 Lakeside Grill at Coosa Island (205) 362-1987 www.facebook.com/lakesidegrillloganmartin 1095 Coosa Island Rd Cropwell, AL 35054 Milo’s Hamburgers (205) 871-2000 www.miloshamburgers.com 615 Martin Street Pell City, AL 35125 Pell City Steak House (205) 338-7714 2401 Comer Ave Pell City, AL 35125 Piece of the Pie (205) 362-0977 1052 Coosa Island Rd Cropwell, AL 35054 Sweet Sue’s LLC (205) 353-8520 1917 Cogswell Ave Suite 5 Pell City, AL 35125 The Brook Coffeehouse (205) 243-1085 4204 Martin St. South Cropwell, AL 35054 The Magic City Chefs (205) 490-8282 www.themagiccitychefs.com 2545 Chula Vista Mt Rd Pell City, AL 35125 Wake Zone (205) 613-5058 www.wakezonepellcity.com 6301 Stemley Bridge Rd Pell City, AL 35128 Zaxby’s (205) 338-4822 280 Vaughan Lane Pell City, AL 35125 RETAIL Avon Products/Denise Olivastri (256) 589-5224 www.healthylifestyle.lovemyace.com 299 Wood Lane Talladega, AL 35160 Buffalo Rock Company (256) 492-8400 www.buffalorock.com 70 Central Park Drive Talladega, AL 35160
Cellular Sales/Verizon Wireless (205) 807-8700 180 Martin Street Pell City, AL 35125 Downtown Vape, LLC (205) 338-1795 1818 Cogswell Ave Pell City, AL 35125 Dutton Auto Parts (205) 338-2281 www.napaonline.com 100 33rd St Pell City, AL 35125 Factory Connection (205) 338-4200 923 Martin St. South Pell City, AL 35125 Fresh Value (205 884-1001 www.fresh-value.com 1009 Martin St. So. Pell City, AL 35128 Glitz and Glamour (205) 369-6070 www.glitznglamourpc.com 2303 Cogswell Ave Pell City, AL 35125 Griffins Jewelers (205) 884-2031 www.griffinsjewelers.org 1903 Cogswell Avenue Pell City, AL 35125 Martins Family Clothing (205) 848-6001 www.martinsfc.com 813 Martin St S Pell City, AL 35128 Merle Norman Cosmetic (205) 338-2625 www.merlenorman.com 1915 Cogswell Avenue Pell City, AL 35125 Mitcham Guns & Outdoors (205) 813-1002 www.mitchamoutdoors.com 2245 Martin Street South Pell City, AL 35128 Monkey Bizniss (205) 884-2230 www.facebook.com/monkeybizniss 1916A Cogswell Avenue Pell City, AL 35125 Nana’s Sweet Stitches Embroidery & Gifts (256) 375-2208 www.facebook.com/nanassweetstitches 1917 Cogswell Avenue Suite 3 Pell City, AL 35125
Pell City Flower Shop (205) 338-2226 www.pellcityflowers.com 36 Comer Avenue Pell City, AL 35125 Pell City Gold and Pawn (205) 338-6100 www.pellcitypawn.com 760 Martin Street South Ste B Pell City, AL 35128 Ron Partain’s World of Music (205) 884-2512 www.worldofmusicpc.com 1914 Cogswell Ave Pell City, AL 35125 Sanctuary Art Furniture, Etc. (205) 296-9393 1915-B Cogswell Ave. Pell City, AL 35125 Southeast Ace Hardware (205) 813-0011 2640 Martin Street South Pell City, Ala 35128 Southern Sassy Creations (205) 753-8996 5444 Valley Rd Ragland, AL 35131 The Brook Coffeehouse (205) 243-1085 4204 Martin St. South Cropwell, AL 35054 The Old Gray Barn/Express Shipping (205) 338-2824 1910 Cogswell Ave Pell City, AL 35125 Tranquil Massage Therapies (205) 884-6000 www.TranquilDaySpa.biz 1155 Walkers Crossing Rd Pell City, AL 35128 WellWay Whole Health Shoppe (205) 884-1160 www.WellWayWholeHealthShoppe.com 422 Martin Street South Pell City, AL 35128 Your CBD Store (205) 812-0378 www.shopycbdstorepellcity.com 313 Martin St N Pell City, AL 35125 SECURITY Stevens and Son Locksmith (205) 338-9872 www.stevenslocksmith.com 1604 Martin St S Pell City, AL 35128 System Secure Alarm Co. (205) 338-6926 P.O. Box 571 Pell City, AL 35125
SHIPPING The Old Gray Barn/Express Shipping (205) 338-2824 1910 Cogswell Ave Pell City, AL 35125 SHIPPING CENTERS The Old Gray Barn/Express Shipping (205) 338-2824 1910 Cogswell Ave Pell City, AL 35125 SKILLED NURSING AND REHABILITATION FACILITY Meadowview Nursing Center (205) 640-5212 7300 Hwy. 78 East Pell City, AL 35128 SPA & BEAUTY Beyond Sken Studio (256) 525-5580 1605 Martin Street S Suite 4 Pell City, AL 35128 SPORTS BAR Buffalo Wild Wings (205) 814-7177 www.buffalowildwings.com 290 Vaughan Lane Pell City, AL 35125 STORAGE Dooley’s Boat & RV Storage (205) 405-2633 www.dooleystorage.com 9100 Hwy 231 Cropwell, AL 35054 Easy Storage (205) 338-6253 4009 Cogswell Avenue Pell City, AL 35125 Stemley Bridge Mini Storage (205) 338-0110 4800 Stemley Bridge Road Pell City, AL 35128 TAX PREPARATION Bain & Company (205) 884-2332 1609 Cogswell Avenue Pell City, AL 35125 TRAVEL AGENT Savor The Moment Travel LLC (205) 966-7097 www.savorthemomenttravel.com 225 Seddon Farms Lane Pell City, AL 35128
Coosa Valley Electric (256) 362-4180 www.coosavalleyec.com 69220 Alabama 77 Talladega, AL 35160 Ferrell Gas (205) 807-0940 www.ferrellgas.com 3627 Pine Ln. Bessemer, AL 35022 Hargray Communications (205) 884-4545 www.usacommunications.com 1621 Cogswell Avenue Pell City, AL 35125 Spire Energy (formerly Alagasco) (800) 292-4008 www.spireenergy.com 714 Industrial Park Drive Pell City, AL 35125
Seasons of Adventure Travel (205) 540-4979 www.SeasonsOAdventure.com 50 Isbell Road Odenville, AL 35120 TROPHIES All-Pro Trophy (205) 338-3932 109 West Street Pell City, Al 35125 UTILITY COMPANIES 3rd Generation Septic, LLC (256) 283-3838 www.fb.me/3rdgenerationseptic 111 Carolyn Dr Anniston, AL 36201 Advanced Disposal Services (205) 640-7000 www.advanceddisposal.com 3301 Acmar Road Moody, AL 35004 Alabama Power Company (205) 814-2051 www.alabamapower.com 700 Martin St. South Pell City, AL 35128
VENDOR Buffalo Rock Company (256) 492-8400 www.buffalorock.com 70 Central Park Drive Talladega, AL 35160
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