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Pike County

December 2, 2016

Thank you, KW Plastics, KW Container, Troy Regional Medical Center, Troy Culinary Arts School and the Colley Senior Complex for hosting the Jr. Ambassadors this week!! They enjoyed learning about the different industries and giving back to the community!

A PUBLICATION OF THE PIKE COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, INC. Pike County Chamber of Commerce, Inc. | PO Box 249 | 101 A East Church Street | Troy, Alabama 36081 334.566.2294 | |

Happenings around Pike County… Now— Jan 4 Dec 2 Dec 3 Dec 4 Dec 5 Dec 6 Dec 9 Dec 11

Western Exhibition— Booth Museum Johnson Center Town of Goshen Christmas Parade Habitat for Humanity Cookie Sale City of Brundidge Christmas Parade City of Troy Christmas Parade Christmas Stories with Santa Shelia Jackson and Friends Concert Christmas Carols on the Square

Chamber Meetings & Networking Opportunities Dec 5 Dec 7 Dec 8 Dec 9 Dec 12 Dec 14

Ribbon Cutting—Brooks Salon Let’s Eat– Hook’s BBQ Board of Directors Meeting C&H Auto Ribbon Cutting Health Committee Meeting Leadership Pike– Local Government Day

This Christmas pledge to

Shop Local, Eat Local, & Enjoy Local!

We had a great time at Downtown Open House. Thank you all for coming out and visiting with Santa and the shops and eateries downtown. Remember to shop local this Christmas Season!

Thank you, Haynes Ambulance, for Participating in the November EVERYONE WORKS Campaign

Thank you, KW Plastics, KW Container, Troy Regional Medical Center, Troy Culinary Arts School and the Colley Senior Complex for hosting the Jr. Ambassadors this week!! They enjoyed learning about the different industries and giving back to the community!


Please call our Thrift Store at (334) 808-1069 or contact Donna McLaney at (334) 268-2553 or You may also contact Kim May at (334) 672-4481 or

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT AND MAY GOD BLESS YOU! 509 South Brundidge St. P.O. Box 592 Troy, Alabama 36081

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Welcome to Pike County! Lying among the rolling hills of Southeastern Alabama, Pike County’s cities of Troy, Brundidge, Banks and Goshen help make up this naturally attractive location for the “good life.” Offering perfect blend of tomorrow’s technology with rugged individualism, Pike County boasts a unique environment. You will find agriculture, business, education, health care, recreation, and the arts all enhanced by natural beauty and the people who make Pike County a special place to call home. Have Fun! Pike County offers exceptional diversity among other counties its size. Because it is the home of Troy University, Pike County offers many cultural and sporting events. It is also known for its scenic woodlands where deer and turkey abound. Truly a hunter’s paradise! Other recreational opportunities are available through our country clubs, senior centers, golf courses and the recreation center that has traditional sports venues as well as a walking trail, indoor-outdoor pools and an exercise equipment room. Enrich Your Life! Pike County is the home of the Johnson Center of the Arts where you enjoy worldclass art exhibits and local talent in one of the seven different galleries. The Pioneer Museum of Alabama interprets rural life with over 22 historic structures and 18,000 artifacts. Pike County is also home to the famous “We Piddle Around Theatre” known for its official folk-life play, Come Home, It’s Suppertime, June Buggin’ and the Storytelling Festival. The Troy Arts Council and Troy University also offer several theatre, dance, and music venues. Take a Bite! Get the best southern food money can buy, stay traditional or check out the unusual! Throughout the county are fine dining restaurants, delis, soda fountains, bakeries and small “tucked away” cafes. So come dine or relax with friends in one of our exceptional local eateries. Engage in Retail Therapy! Pike County enjoys having larger stores as well as small locally owned shops that have been in the family for generations. Our charming cities and towns invite you to explore their local shops, boutiques, and antique stores. Needs are easily met with many types of choices making for a great shopping experience. Check Us Out! You’ll find Pike County to be an amazing, relaxing, and safe place to spend your time again and again. Come for a day and stay for a lifetime!

For more information: (334) 566-2294

The mission of the Pike County Chamber of Commerce, Inc. is to serve as a leader and catalyst in planning, promoting, and supporting programs and services that foster a favorable business climate and improve the quality of life in Pike County. Find Us on Facebook! Find the Chamber on Facebook, and check on our website for community calendar events. Let us know by liking us! Join a Chamber Committee We are very interested in having a broad representation of our membership on all of our chamber committees. It you or an employee have an interest in volunteering, please call us at 566-2294. E-Blast Is there someone else in your office that you would like to have receive our chamber member information? Please send us their name and e-mail address. If you would like to have your sale, event or announcement included in our Friday email blast, please submit your ad to by 12:00 noon Wednesday each week! We will rerun ads with date sensitive events, but all other ads need to have new content each week or it will not be run. (Chamber Members Only) If ads are in text, please limit the text to 100 words or less. Logo’s, flyers, ads, and pictures are encouraged.

2016 Chamber Board of Directors Executive Committee Members: Chairman: Jack Worthington, Army Aviation Center Federal Credit Union 1st Vice Chairman: Chuck Carson, Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC 2nd Vice Chairman: Jimmy Copeland, Troy Cablevision 3rd Vice Chairman: Mark Hayes, Lockheed Martin Secretary/Treasurer: Melissa Sanders, City of Troy

Ex-Officio Members: Mayor Jason A. Reeves, City of Troy Mayor , Isabell Boyd City of Brundidge Mr. Harry Sanders, Pike County Commission Judge Wes Allen, Pike County Probate Judge Mr. John Ramage, Pike County EDC Mr. Ronald Dean, Troy Regional Medical Center

Board Members: Robert Chappell, Wal-Mart DC Whitney Conrad, Troy Bank & Trust Jeff Cotton, Gibson and Carden, LLC Jennifer W. Garrett, Piggly Wiggly Steve Grice, Troy University Jeremy Henderson, Sanbuck Insurance Dr. Lee Hicks, Troy City Board of Education Billy Hixon, Hixon Farms Donna Horn, Horn Beverage Jeff Railey, Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation James N. Thomas, Attorney at Law Troy Weed, KW Container

Chamber Team Members: Kathleen Sauer, President Jayne Berry, Vice-President

Pike County Chamber of Commerce 101A East Church Street PO Box 249 Troy, AL 36081 (334) 566-2294

Chamber Digital Edition - 12/2/2016  

Chamber Digital Edition - 12/2/2016

Chamber Digital Edition - 12/2/2016  

Chamber Digital Edition - 12/2/2016