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TA B L E O F
From the Mayor’s Desk
Location & Transportation
Business & Industry
Shopping & Dining
Tourism: Activities and Yearly Events
Arts & Entertainment
Parks & Recreation
Military – Fort Rucker
Enterprise Government Offices
Houses of Worship
Benefits of Chamber Membership
This is a Town Square Publication created and produced for the Enterprise Chamber of Commerce, Inc. 553 Glover Ave., P.O. Box 310577 Enterprise, AL 36331 Phone: (334) 347-0581 • Fax: (334) 393-8204 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.enterprisealabama.com Copyright© 2017 Town Square Publications 155 E. Algonquin Rd., Arlington Heights, IL 60005 www.townsquarepublications.com Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information in this publication. The Chamber and Town Square assume no responsibility for misinformation. Please contact the Chamber with any additions or corrections. Reproduction in whole or in part without permission of the Chamber and Town Square is prohibited. Chairman, CEO and Publisher | Douglas K. Ray President and Chief Operating Officer | Scott Stone Vice President / Director | Scott Ray Production Manager | Joseph Nugara Editor and Graphic Designer | Gail Gaboda Content Coordinator / Client Liaison | Stefanie Nugara Ad Production Coordinators | Tiffany Salerno and Neila Frontier Acquisition and Sales Manager | Sandy Semerad
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elcome to Enterprise and Coffee County! It is a pleasure to welcome you to the City of Progress. Here in Enterprise you will find world-class hospitality, Southern charm and a thriving business community. Enterprise is best known as the only city in the world with a monument dedicated to an agricultural pest. The Boll Weevil Monument sits proudly in our city’s epicenter as a constant reminder that despite adversity, when a community comes together we can persevere and be incredibly successful. As a gate city to the Home of Army Aviation at Fort Rucker, and the world’s most beautiful beaches along the Gulf Coast, our community is rich in diversity and patriotism. Our military friends and neighbors have helped us to consistently stay ranked in the top 25 best places to live and retire in many national publications. Additionally, Enterprise boasts an excellent public school system with three new schools built or rebuilt since 2006. Combined with the opportunity for continued education through Enterprise State Community College, citizens can obtain the knowledge and skills needed to prepare themselves to support the local workforce. Our community is dedicated to serving the needs of its citizens and guests by providing a variety of places to shop, dine, relax, explore and more. Enterprise is full of opportunities to keep the entire family involved. Take a self-guided walking tour downtown to find many historical markers and murals or visit the Railroad
Museum. As you make you way around Enterprise you’ll find many unique retail shops, delicious restaurant options, and rich history. Year-round recreational activities include a public golf course, many city parks and recreational sports complexes, walking trails, fishing pond, picnic areas and even a Bark Park! Throughout the year there are many hosted events, concerts, arts and crafts festivals and theatrical productions. The Enterprise Chamber is a valuable resource for new residents and visitors alike. It is an honor to assist you in finding local goods and services throughout Enterprise, directions, and general information. Please feel free to contact us any time at (334) 3470581, Monday through Friday, from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. We are located at 553 Glover Ave., Enterprise, Alabama, and welcome you to stop by to visit. Additionally, you can find a wide variety of information about our area, local businesses, and upcoming events on our website at www. EnterpriseAlabama.com. Follow us on Facebook for up to date information about local specials, events and more. Sincerely, Erin Grantham Executive Director Enterprise Chamber of Commerce
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he City of Enterprise has a strong history of growth and progress. Its diversity of people, occupations, lifestyles and interests come together to produce the community spirit that has been passed down for generations. The residents of Enterprise still enjoy the security of a concerned smaller city, even though it has become larger and more progressive. The people are warm and accepting of all who visit or choose to live in Enterprise. The deep South friendliness combined with the new South progressive attitude make Enterprise a wonderful place to visit, to call home and to raise a family. Today’s Enterprise is a far cry from the piney woods with two small wagon roads running through what is now a densely populated area. The founder of Enterprise, John Henry Carmichael, moved to Coffee County and settled in the area in 1881. Carmichael built a small store on what is now North Main Street. In 1882 as others moved to the area, the post office was moved from Drake Eye, located about 5 miles north, to Carmichael’s new community. Enterprise was incorporated in 1896 with a population of 250. Two years later the Alabama Midland Railway Company located in Enterprise and with it came growth and progress. By 1906 the population grew to 3,750. Because early residents believed so much in their own town, they had a battle cry in the form of a banner stretched across the street saying, “Pull for Enterprise or Pull Out.” Property was threatened in 1915 as the Mexican boll Weevil found its way into Alabama from Texas and wreaked havoc on the cotton crop. In Coffee County, almost 60 percent of the cotton production was destroyed. Farmers faced bankruptcy and the area economy was at stake. Farmers turned to peanuts and other crops to overcome the damage brought by the boll weevil. By 1917, Coffee County produced and harvested more peanuts than any other county in the nation. (In 1993, Coffee County ranked fourth in the state of Alabama with 128,000 acres planted in peanuts.) In gratitude for the lessons taught, residents erected the world’s only monument to an agricultural pest, the boll Weevil Monument. The monument, dedicated on Dec. 11, 1919, stands in the center of the downtown district at the intersection of Main and College streets. The Boll Weevil Monument is a symbol of man’s willingness and ability to adjust to adversity. Citizens continue to remind visitors and newcomers to the city the lesson of the boll weevil. The base of the monument is inscribed: “in profound appreciation of the boll weevil and what it has done as the herald of prosperity this monument was erected by the citizens of Enterprise,
Coffee County, Alabama.” The first evidence of human occupation goes back to an archaeological find near Blanket Creek that indicates the area was used as a migration route from approximately 8500 to 700 B.C. In modern times, the region became known as the Wiregrass area, named for the grass that grew profusely in the region. During the European settlement, the Wiregrass area was the border county between the Spanish, British and French. The first federal land sale that was to become Coffee County was in 1812. The county is named after General John Coffee, Alabama commander in the Creek Indian Wars and the Battle of New Orleans. Other reminders of Enterprise’s beginnings are located throughout the city. The Pea River Historical and Genealogical Society Library is a repository of historical documents. The library and gift shop are of special value to students of history. Books, microfilm, newspaper files and old photographs can be viewed by those interested in investigating their roots or the history of Enterprise. Today, the broadened and diversified agricultural economy, local industry, and the presence of the Army Aviation Center at nearby Fort Rucker are largely responsible for Enterprise’s relative immunity to economic catastrophe.
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he city of Enterprise is located in Coffee County, in the southeastern corner of Alabama. Enterprise has a centralized location between other cities in the Southeast. Popular routes from Enterprise include AL 167 North to U.S. 231 at Troy and AL 167 South/FL 79 to Interstate 10 at Bonifay. The latter, a direct route to Panama City Beach, Florida, is also known as â€œthe faster route to the Florida beaches.â€? Highway U.S. 84 connects Enterprise to Interstate 65 at Evergreen to the West and Dothan to the East. Once in Dothan, travelers can connect with U.S. Highway 231 to the North or South, or continue on Highway 84 into Georgia. U.S. Highway 231 South can take travelers to Interstate 10, which runs east and west along the Florida Panhandle. Dothan Regional Airport and Atlanta Southeast Airlines provides air passengers with daily flights to nearby Atlanta International Airport. Air travelers can also opt for nearby Montgomery Airport, serviced by Continental Express Airlines, Northwest Airlink and US Airways Express, with several daily flights to Atlanta, Dallas, Memphis and Charlotte, North Carolina. The recently completed Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport near West Bay is only about 75 miles away and offers travelers from all over the world easy access to the Northwest Florida beaches and Wiregrass areas via Southwest and Delta Airlines.
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t the heart of business and the community are the Enterprise Chamber of Commerce, Inc. and the Wiregrass Economic Development Corporation. Working in partnership with the city, the Chamber and WEDC provide a positive climate for business and community development. In recent years, Policom Corporation ranked the Enterprise-Ozark Micropolitan area as the strongest economy in Alabama and 28th strongest of 576 in America. This places Enterprise-Ozark in the top five percent in the nation. The Enterprise Chamber of Commerce, Inc. has been the voice of the business and community since it was founded in 1941. The Chamber is actively involved in economic and community development, including business recruitment, retirees, tourism, healthcare, workforce development, military affairs, agriculture, education, technology and downtown revitalization. The Chamber continues to work on defining and meeting the needs of businesses and the community. Founded in 1994, the Wiregrass Economic Development Corp. is a public-private partnership that represents the local government and a diverse section of the Enterprise business and industry community. WEDC works to help develop and recruit new industry expand and diversify existing industry, and promote economic development for the city of Enterprise, Daleville, Elba, New Brockton, Geneva, and the counties of Coffee and Geneva. WEDC is located in the business incubator building at Yancey
Parker Industrial Park as part of a continual effort to help new and expanding business development in the region. Residents can be justifiably proud of city government. The municipality functions with a mayor/council system of government and quality administrators. They continually strive to provide the most comprehensive services available for the tax dollars spent. The population of the city of Enterprise has grown 25.4 percent since 2000 and continues to be one of the fastest-growing communities in the state. This rapid growth and economic strength led to Enterprise being named â€œAlabama Boom Town of the Yearâ€? in 2010. Economic diversity and adaptation has been a common theme in Enterprise since its inception over a century ago. When the Boll Weevil devastated the cotton harvests in 1915, the farmers of Coffee County learned to react, adapt and diversify. That ingenuity is still alive and well, represented in the agricultural offerings found throughout Enterprise. While peanuts and poultry have been around for nearly 100 years, other agricultural commodities include cattle, cotton, dairy, hay, corn, forage crops, oats, vegetables and many others. Today, the Enterprise economy is split evenly between agriculture/agribusiness, military, industry, retail and service industries, with each sector claiming approximately 20 percent of the economy. Today, Coffee County accounts for about $200 million worth of agricultural and agribusiness products per year. Farm Futures magazine has ranked Coffee County the No. 1 agricultural producer in the state of Alabama, and in the top 100 of nearly 3,000 counties nationally. This statistic is truly amazing considering that Enterprise is a growing urban area and has other industries. But since Enterprise participates heavily in farm-city type activities, it ensures that everything possible is done to promote strong relationships between the urban and farm communities. While the Enterprise area is still one of the leading agricultural producers in the state of Alabama, there is also a diverse business and industrial sector that flourishes throughout the region.
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OTH ER EMP L OY ERS Other employers that play an important role in the diverse economic community of Enterprise include: Advanced Carrier Products Manufactured Carrier Products/Auto Alfab Aircraft Landing mats & misc metal fabrication Aureus International Flame retardant clothing
Enterprise is home to a vast array of large and small businesses throughout the city. Major industries include aviation, peanut processing, automotive, textiles, electronics, die-cast metal, truck trailers and poultry processing. A major source of employment in the area is Fort Rucker, home of Army Aviation. Situated seven miles from Enterprise, Fort Rucker provides training for helicopter pilots. Centers for related aviation research and development are also located on the post. Fort Rucker has a post population of approximately 20,000 and an active-duty military strength of approximately 5,000. The oldest industry in Enterprise is the Sessions Company. This fourth-generation, family-owned company began operation in 1917. Today the company is still an important buyer and seller of peanuts and peanut products. Enterprise is also the birthplace of the world’s first Doppler weather radar. Founded by a group of radar engineers in 1971, Enterprise Electronics Corporation manufactures meteorological radar systems for markets around the world. With a constant focus on innovation, public safety and improving weather prediction, EEC developed the revolutionary Doppler weather radar system in 1981. As winner of the 2010 Governor’s Trade Excellency Award, EEC is a multi-million-dollar corporation with more than 850 radar installations in the U.S. and 80 other countries. Enterprise is also home to H.S. Alabama Automotive, a tier one supplier for Hyundai Motors, located in the Yancey Parker Industrial Park. The Enterprise plant is the first location in the U.S. for this South Korean-based company.
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ariety of style and location is evident when searching for a home to buy or rent in Enterprise. Single-family homes are plentiful throughout the area, as are garden homes and apartments. The downtown area is the prime location for many of the historic homes in Enterprise. Many of these century-old homes are open to visitors during special occasions to include the holiday season. And while home values have fluctuated nationally, housing in and around Enterprise has continued to appreciate, but is still very affordable. New home construction costs are average when compared nationally, and sale prices of existing homes are even more affordable. The charm and vitality of Enterprise, combined with the availability and affordability of new and existing homes, make it a great place to call home. Relocate-America rated Enterprise as one of “The Top 100 Places to Live.” Enterprise is the largest urban center in Coffee County. The Progressive Farmer magazine named the county to its list of “Top 10 Places to Live in Rural America.” The magazine’s website ranked Coffee County in the top three places to live in the Southeastern U.S.
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he Enterprise School System is composed of one early childhood development center, five elementary schools, two junior high schools and one high school. Student enrollment in the entire system exceeds 6,000, with approximately 750 professionals and a support staff. The Enterprise City Schools were one of the first to be fully accredited by the Alabama Department of Education and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Students consistently score above state and national averages on ACT and Stanford Achievement Tests. Kindergarteners attend the Early Childhood Development Center. First through sixth graders attend one of five schools: Harrand Creek Elementary, Hillcrest Elementary, Holly Hill Elementary, Pinedale Elementary or Rucker Boulevard Elementary. Seventh and eighth graders attend Coppinville Junior High and Dauphin Junior High. For more information, visit www. enterpriseschools.net. All of the elementary and junior high schools focus on progressive education, high moral value and enable students to become productive and responsible citizens. The school system also focuses on the physical and emotional well-being of all its students. School cleanliness, security, a well-maintained bus service and an award-winning food service program are highlights within the school system. Special education programs are also available for the gifted and for those with physical or mental challenges. Enterprise High School is rated one of the top 10 schools in Alabama. Seventy-five percent of all graduating seniors take college exams and 84 percent of graduates go on to post secondary education. Many of the studentsâ€™ extracurricular activities have
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placed first in national competitions, making Enterprise High School the pride of all residents. In 2010, the beautiful new Enterprise High School opened its doors. The new school is one of the largest in Alabama at more than 500,000 square feet and replaced the 50-year-old building that was destroyed by a tornado in 2007. The state-of-the-art facility features the latest technology and equipment offering the best possible learning environment. Enterprise State Community College is focused on creating a total collegiate experience. Students have the opportunity to get involved with an assortment of student organizations, play on a variety of athletics teams or strut their stuff in an outstanding fine arts department. ESCC has locations in Enterprise and Fort Rucker, and offers classes online for convenience. The college is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and grants associate in arts, associate in science and associate in applied science degrees, as well as various program certificates. ESCC has been named a Top 120 Community College in the nation by the ASPEN Institute for two years in a row. Experienced instructors, opportunities for student involvement and convenient classes make ESCC a top choice when choosing to further your education. ESCC students who transfer to a four-year institution have a better academic record the longer they attend ESCC. Students planning to transfer to a four-year institution may prepare by taking courses necessary for any major field of study. Degree plans completed in accordance with the Statewide Transfer and Articulation Reporting Systems will transfer to a state public fouryear institution. These students may take courses in the traditional classroom manner or through distance learning online. The Alabama Aviation Center has maintained a proven reputation and an established tradition of providing excellence in aviation maintenance technology airframe and power plant for over 50 years. The AAC, a unit of Enterprise State Community College, is the only Federal Aviation Administration approved provider of aviation maintenance training in Alabama. The AAC has locations in Ozark, Andalusia, Mobile, Albertville and Decatur. AAC also offers Avionics, which focuses on the electrical systems in the aviation field. All aviation programs offered by the college reflect current industry standards to ensure students are prepared for careers in the high growth aviation industry. Attending a school that has a statewide mission for aviation education broadens a studentâ€™s educational experience. www.enterprisealabama.com
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ffering a blend of old and new, Enterprise boasts a wonderful variety of shops and retail stores to cater to almost any need. Shoppers can spend the day exploring the historic downtown district and find an assortment of eclectic shops that carry everything from gifts and collectables to fine wines and boutiques. As an alternative to the casual atmosphere of the downtown district, shoppers can also choose to visit one of the many shopping centers in the area. With familiar retail names and unique stores providing a wide selection of goods and services, shoppers can find just about everything they need, and then some. The charm of the old South is clearly evident when dining in Enterprise. From elegant restaurants to quaint cafés and ethnic cuisine to good old Southern cooking, Enterprise has more than 70 eateries to satisfy every craving for almost every taste. Many of the restaurants in Enterprise have been mentioned by the Alabama Bureau of Tourism for great southern dishes or on the list of “100 Places to Eat in Alabama Before You Die.” Retail shopping is no exception when it comes to diversity in the Weevil City. Enterprise has a wonderful and unique collection of locally owned and operated shops to find that perfect, truly one-of-a-kind gift. Local retailers offer handmade soaps and lotions; hand-painted art or personalized engraving/screen print/monogram; home brew and wine supplies; home décor and more. Whatever the occasion, weddings, birthdays, graduations, retirement, etc., there is something special for everyone. Contact the Enterprise Chamber of Commerce for a list of local 025 ENT-AL-CG-14 ad.qxp:025 ENT-AL-CG-14 ad 7/5/17 3:36 PM retailers, dining options and specialty shops.
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Attractions A RT S Coffee County Arts Alliance (334) 406-ARTS (2787) www.coffeecountyartsalliance.com Various performances throughout the year featuring professional artists, symphonies, choirs, plays and other types of entertainment geared for all ages and cultures. Current schedule is available on the website. Enterprise Civic Center (334) 348-2668 www.enterpriseal.gov/civic-center Opened in 2010, this state-of-the-art center houses various performances, meetings, and events throughout the year. Call for a detailed schedule. Performing Arts Center (334) 347-2640 www.enterprisepac.com Opened in 2011, this state-of-the-art center houses various performances and events throughout the year, including plays, ballets and musical performances. Call for a detailed schedule. (Attached to the Enterprise High School) Southern Broadway (334) 470-6568 www.southernbroadway.com Best known for the up-and-coming play “The Depot” ( July 2011), Southern Broadway has been attracting audiences for years with its captivating performances. Upcoming shows include “Jurror #7” and “The Christmas Gift.” Call for group pricing. A G R I C U LT U R E Coffee Cotton Gin (334) 308-2500 Hours: By appointment; free admission Visit this historic cotton gin in Enterprise. Watch the process of harvesting cotton, making bales and production of cotton products. Best time to view is September through early November. Country Best Farms (334) 393-7224 Farm-fresh produce and goods are sold at this country farm. Purchase fresh fruits and vegetables, jams and salsas or even freshly made ice cream.
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Come and enjoy fresh, local fruits and vegetables picked just for you in this open-air marketplace. Also a great place to learn about some local specialties.
Family friendly bowling lanes. Call for special event pricing.
Sessions Peanuts (334) 393-0200 www.sessionspeanuts.com Founded in 1917, Sessions is the oldest peanut producer still in operation in Coffee County. Products include shelled peanuts, crude peanut oil, peanut meal, peanut seed and peanut hulls. FAMILY FUN All About Art (334) 348-2738 www.allaboutartstudio.com A creative hands-on studio, All About Art offers walk-in art sessions, no appointment needed: Paint Your Own Pottery, Painting on Canvas, Wooden Door Hangers and Clay in the Mud Room. Classes are also offered for all ages.
Clark Cinema 10 (334) 347-2531 www.clarkcinemas.com/enterprise State-of the-art 10-screen multiplex featuring electric luxury recliners, three 3-D auditoriums, an expanded concession menu, all digital projectors, stereo surround sound and soundproof walls. Enterprise Recreational Complex (334) 348-2686 1901 Neil Metcalf Rd. www.enterpriseal.gov/parksandrecathletics Large fields that host baseball, softball and soccer. Also includes walking/jogging trails, covered pavilions, multiple playgrounds, splash pad, fishing pond, and bark park!
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only 12 rooms for grades one through six. The school was renamed College Street Elementary School in 1960. The Enterprise Board of Education voted to decommission the school in 2015. Enterprise High School Tornado Memorial (334) 347-2640 Memorial dedicated to the eight people who lost their lives during the tornado that ripped through Enterprise on March 1, 2007. Enterprise Ledger Building (NRHP) (334) 347-9533 Fun Factory (334) 347-1FUN (1386) Roller skating, jump shot, rock wall, glow golf, pool and arcade games are just a few fun activities offered in this fun factory for kids ages 5 to 100! Two by Two Petting Zoo (334) 464-0543 www.twobytwofarms.com See alpacas, ponies and much more on this walk-through petting farm open to the public. F O RT R U C K ER AR E A Army Aviation Museum (334) 598-2508 www.armyaviationmuseum.org Maintains a collection of over 164 military aircraft, including one of the largest collections of military helicopters in the world. Public galleries include aircraft from the early days of aviation through today’s high-tech machines flown by Army aviators today (manned and unmanned). Fort Rucker Outdoor Recreation/ Lake Tholocco (334) 255-4305 rucker.armymwr.com/programs/laketholocco-lodging A 640-acre lake that offers numerous recreational activities. Boating, skiing and swimming are favorite sports at the lake. Facilities include four fishing piers, beaches, pavilions and clean restrooms. Fort Rucker has several excellent lakes and ponds for fishing. Swimming is allowed at the West Beach Swimming Area, open Memorial Weekend through Labor Day weekend. H I ST O RY Historic District Self-Guided Walking Tour (334) 347-0581 www.VisitEnterprise.com Visit historical areas of Downtown Enterprise to get a glimpse into our area’s past and present.
Historic Rawls (NRHP) (334) 347-7612 www.rawlsbandb.com Historic building founded in 1903 as a hotel to surpass any of its time. Registered on the National Register of Historical Places, the Rawls blends contemporary comforts with oldworld elegance. It is now home to a fine dining restaurant, bar and a meeting venue. Pea River Historical and Genealogical Society (334) 393-2901 www.peariver.org Downtown society library of historical and genealogical items. Ideal for those seeking information on Enterprise’s past as well as unique gifts for everyone. MON UMEN TS/ L AN D MARK S Aviator Monument (334) 347-0581 Dedicated to our men of Army aviation, whose gallantry and devotion to duty ensure America’s freedom. Located at the intersection of Park and Plaza drives in Enterprise. Boll Weevil Monument (334) 347-0581
Doorway and hallway include original woodworks from the Enterprise City Library. First Baptist Church (334) 393-5683 www.fbcenterprise.com Built in 1912, historic church located in downtown Enterprise. First Presbyterian Church (334) 347-9515 www.1stpreschurch.net Historic church in downtown Enterprise. First United Methodist Church (334) 347-3467 www.efumc.com Historic church built in 1904. Oldest church in Enterprise. Helicopter and Wall of Freedom at Enterprise Recreation Center (334) 348-2684 “Huey” helicopter standing next to the Wall of Freedom, honoring Coffee County military who lost their lives keeping America free. Located at entrance of Johnny Henderson Park. MUSEUMS:
The only monument of its kind in the world, reminds visitors of the Wiregrass and its agricultural past. Located at the intersection on Main and College streets in Enterprise.
Depot Museum (NRHP) (334) 347-5748 Hours: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday-Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and 9 a.m. to noon Sunday
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Historical museum housed in the 1903 railroad station, originally built by the Alabama Midland Railway. Houses artifacts from Enterprise’s unique past, from the Civil War era, to present day.
Historic marker where the only Civil War battlefield in Coffee County was held. Original cemetery of Enterprise, and the final resting place of more than 40 Civil War soldiers. Located in the Enterprise City Cemetery, Downtown, Enterprise. College Street Elementary School 605 W College St., Enterprise Councilman R.O. Fleming founded City Elementary School in 1919. It was built using donated bricks and city council funds and had
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A C T I V I T I E S A N D Y E A R LY E V E N T S
isitors to Enterprise and the surrounding Coffee County region can enjoy a vast selection of places to stay, along with an abundance of attractions and events occurring throughout the year. To make the most of their time in Enterprise, visitors are always encouraged to stop by or contact the Enterprise Chamber of Commerce, Inc. We are open from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, and we are always happy to assist in providing valuable information about the community. Stay up to date by checking the Chamber calendar regularly at www. EnterpriseAlabama.com.
There are plenty of activities and special events year-round. Many of these events are held annually and have grown in size and favor. February hosts Community Health Fair and Family Day. Health and wellness businesses and service providers come together annually to provide a one stop shop for basic health and wellness check-ups thanks to the partnership of Medical Center Enterprise and many others. In addition to blood-pressure checks, glucose, hearing and vision screenings, there are obstacle courses, bounce houses and activities for the whole family to enjoy healthy living. For those who enjoy the unusual, Enterprise hosts the World’s Smallest St. Patrick’s Day parade in March. Consisting of one person of Irish decent, the parade has been featured by worldwide media, including CBS’s Sunday Morning. The parade has enjoyed national, as well as local, attention and draws many visitors each year. For those who have a need for speed, April brings Thunder on Tholocco and the thrill of powerboat racing to Fort Rucker. A popular event in May is the Children’s Festival in the Park. This award-winning festival offers inflatables, a small children area, a petting zoo, entertainment and fireworks. Held at Johnny Henderson Family Park, the event draws thousands of children from throughout the region. Another of our favorite May events hosts cyclists and runners who can enjoy the rolling hills of
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Coffee County during the Boll Weevil 100 Bike Ride. In September the local Altrusa Club puts together the delicious Taste of Coffee County, to showcase all of the delicious eateries, bakeries and catering services throughout the area. In October, the downtown Boll Weevil Fall Festival draws crowds from throughout the area. With an emphasis on something for the entire family, the festival includes a children’s costume contest, wholesome entertainment, pony rides, children’s activities, arts, crafts, a farmers’ market and a taste of great southern foods. Enterprise also plays host to the Largest Christmas Parade in the Southeast every year on the first Tuesday after Thanksgiving. Participants come from near and far to show off their best decorated Christmas floats to kick off the holiday season with as many as 175 entries! Enterprise is host to a wide variety of activities throughout the year, including the “Y” Day, Relay for Life, Farm-City Week and many school, church and club-sponsored special events. Nearby Fort Rucker also offers several large events, including the Fourth of July Freedom Fest celebration. The day includes nationally-recognized singers, vendors, an Army Band concert and, of course, spectacular fireworks. Hotels offer accommodations to suit any traveler. Business travelers, visitors and vacationers can find the perfect place to relax and stay a while with over 600 hotel rooms to meet any need. One of the great ways to view the history and beauty of Enterprise is to experience Walk! Enterprise. Giving visitors an excellent opportunity to visit historic sites, an array of restaurants and many of the wonderful downtown shops, Walk! Enterprise is a planned “strolling excursion” of historic downtown. Maps of Walk! Enterprise are available at www.visitenterprise.com. No trip to Enterprise is complete without a visit to the Boll Weevil Monument. Standing in the epicenter of downtown, the Boll Weevil Monument was dedicated on Dec. 11, 1919, and stands
as a testament to man’s ability to overcome adversity. At the base of the monument reads the inscription: “In profound appreciation of the Boll Weevil and what it has done as the herald of prosperity, this monument was erected by the citizens of Enterprise, Coffee County, Alabama.” The monument continues to remind citizens and visitors alike that resilience and resourcefulness are trademarks of Enterprise citizens.
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ith its illustrious and proud history, it is no wonder that Enterprise has so much to see and do when it comes to the arts. Museums are prevalent in the area, but visitors can also find an abundance of history and culture throughout the city and surrounding area. TThe Coffee County Arts Alliance has something for everyone. For the past 43 years, CCAA has been bringing quality performing and visual arts to the local area. The Atlanta Pops Orchestra, The Blues Brothers Revue, Dallas Brass, the Lettermen, Jay & The Americans and Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder have all graced the stage. Twice each year the Birmingham Children’s Theatre performs for city and county school students to entertain and enrich the lives of children through the magic of professional theater. CCAA concludes its yearly season the first week in April with the Piney Woods Arts Festival at the Enterprise State Community College. This juried art show features arts, crafts, entertainment and a children’s fun center. Associated with Piney Woods are other activities, including the Weevil City Cruisers Antique Car Show and a Civil War Living History display. The 2017-2018 CCAA season will feature The World Famous Glenn Miller Orchestra, Restless Heart & Freedom Quartet, Rumours of Fleetwood Mac and MJ Live (a Michael Jackson Tribute). For more information, visit www. CoffeeCountyArtsAlliance.com. Enterprise is also home to Southern Broadway, an original dinner theatre production company specializing in historical productions. Located in the Historic Downtown Enterprise, Southern Broadway performs original productions almost every month. Southern Broadways most notable production to date is the original production of “The Depot,” a storyline based around the early 20th century in Enterprise. With the assistance of Southern Charm Catering, unique meals are catered to each production based upon the era of time showcased. This is an opportunity visitors will not see anywhere else. The Enterprise High School Performing Arts Center opened its doors in 2010, and has held numerous productions, both local and national. The 1,850-seat center boasts state-of-the-art equipment comparable to any national facility of its size. With its close proximity to Fort Rucker, Enterprise displays its proud military heritage throughout the community. Located at the intersection of Highways U.S. 134 and U.S. 88, the Aviator Monument stands in tribute to all the devoted Army Aviation
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personnel, while an actual “Huey” Helicopter was placed atop a monument at the Enterprise Recreational Complex, located on Highway 167 North. Also located next to the helicopter is the Wall of Freedom, honoring Coffee County military that lost their lives keeping America free. In addition to being the home to Army Aviation, Fort Rucker is also home to the U.S. Army Aviation Museum. Featuring one-of-akind aircraft and unique rotary wing and fixed wing experimental aircraft, the museum is also home to one of the largest collections of helicopters in the world. After visitors have enjoyed the collection of army nostalgia and memorabilia, they can also explore the abundance of other cultural activities that Enterprise has to offer, including movie theaters, annual events and museums. Operating as part of the Pea River Historical and Genealogical Society, the Enterprise Depot Museum has been a part of Enterprise culture for more than three decades. The museum, which has grown substantially in the past years, features a collection of Native American artifacts, 20th century medical instruments and turn-of-the-century farm equipment. Recently, a model airplane display and several other displays have been added.
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ecreational enthusiasts both young and old can enjoy outdoor offerings in and around Enterprise. With an excellent selection of parks, woods, freshwater streams, rivers and lakes, Enterprise is the destination for sportsmen, weekend athletes and nature lovers alike. Enterprise has more than 200 acres of well-planned parks and modern sports fields. Tennis, baseball and softball players will appreciate the modern facilities at Donaldson Park. Included in the park grounds are six tennis courts, two softball fields, a baseball field, batting cages and several practice fields. For those who prefer a more relaxing recreational experience, there is the Enterprise Recreational Complex on Highway 167 North. With a lake, walking trails, playgrounds and pavilion/picnic areas, the Enterprise Recreational Complex is a favorite destination for both young and old. The complex also has a four-field complex, a multipurpose field and an observation bridge on the lake. The Westside Community Park, Daisy Gibson Park and Peavey Park have a total of 37 acres of playground equipment. Many parks have gazebos, pavilions with picnic tables and open areas. Additional pavilions have been added to the Recreation Complex, and a splash pad recently opened for the summer. Complementing its variety of outdoor parks, Enterprise also maintains modern and spacious indoor recreational facilities. In addition to six baseball fields, the M.N. “Jug” Brown Recreational Center and E.A. “Moose” Hope Gymnasium provide ample room for indoor sports and recreational activities. Enterprise State Community College and the Enterprise YMCA also offer yearround facilities and activities.
With its deep woods, open fields, streams, rivers and lakes, Enterprise is a great place for hunters and outdoorsmen. Deer, turkey, duck, dove and wild hog are plentiful throughout the woods and fields, while bass, bream, crappie and catfish can be found in nearby Lake Tholocco and other streams, rivers and ponds. Lake Tholocco and West Beach are open to the public, offering swimming, picnicking and other activities. With “three of the toughest holes in golf,” premier 18-hole public course Tartan Pines is designed to challenge the seasoned golf pro, but is also enjoyable for any golfer. With its tree-lined fairways, lake views and rolling hills, the Enterprise Country Club provides some of the most challenging golf in the area. Built in 1960, this beautiful course is an 18-hole, par 72 that features large and fast greens and uneven topography, making this course simultaneously a challenge and a joy to play. The spacious clubhouse was recently renovated and can accommodate functions and meetings of all types. The Civic Center/Senior Center, opened in 2009, has a beautiful ballroom seating 1,500 for auditorium events and 800 for banquets. The Senior Center provides a spacious home-away-from-home for seniors to gather and enjoy many activities, including quilting, exercise, arts and crafts and games. A state-of-the-art kitchen serves the ballroom and the Senior Center. The Enterprise area is full of areas to hike, hunt and fish, ride four wheelers or horses, and even get a little muddy from time to time. Looking for something a little less active? Try a relaxing walk in Enterprise’s quiet deep woods and enjoy the wildflowers, birding and abundance of natural beauty.
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The Care You Need, Right at Home.
Sometimes the things you need most are right under your nose. Like skilled care close to home. Medical Center Enterprise offers many of the same services and procedures you’ll find in bigger cities, along with a genuine concern for your well-being. We treat our patients like friends and neighbors, because most of the time, that’s what they are. If you don’t know about the great care available right here in your community, it’s time to discover Medical Center Enterprise for your self. Learn more at MCEhospital.com.
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ounded in 1905, Medical Center Enterprise (MCE) began as a 10-bed hospital staffed by one physician. Today, Medical Center Enterprise is a modern, 131-bed, progressive, acute-care facility staffed by a team of more than 450, partnering with nearly 100 independent physicians. As Enterprise has grown, so has Medical Center Enterprise with renovation projects such as the addition of 29 private patient rooms on the hospital’s fourth floor, installation of a state-of-the-art GE HDX 1.5 Tesla magnet MRI (giving MCE breast MRI capability), and the recent addition of a Philips Ingenuity 64-slice Cat Scan machine providing low dose, high quality imaging for the patient. MCE is the only Designated Lung Cancer Screening Center in the Wiregrass. Medical Center Enterprise also constructed a $5.2 million addition, adding on a two-story building called the MCE Women’s Center just for mothers and their new babies. The private wing has an entire first floor waiting area, and the second floor houses five labor and delivery rooms and 13 private postpartum rooms. A four room Sleep Center is located on the third floor, offering patients a two part sleep study with all of the comforts of home. These are just a few of the improvements made, with patient care and safety in mind. Twenty-four-hour emergency care with a newly added ‘fast track system’ (moving patients with non-life threatening illness or injury to a different location within the hospital to be seen faster by a provider), obstetrics, gynecology, inpatient and outpatient surgery, diagnostics, orthopedic (full joint replacements available), endoscopy, as well as in and outpatient physical therapy are just a few of the services provided by MCE.
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Medical Center Enterprise has recently earned credentials from the American College of Radiology Designated Lung Cancer Screening, American Heart/Stroke Association/ The Joint Commission Acute Stroke Ready Hospital, American College of Cardiology Accredited Chest Pain Center, and MCE was named one of the nation’s top performers on key quality measures by The Joint Commission. Medical Center Enterprise also owns/operates MCE Medical Group (formerly known as Enterprise Express Care), located at 805 East Lee Street. This clinic includes a Primary Care Clinic (offering same day appointments & Class 2 & 3 flight physicals), as well as Enterprise Cardiology. Medical Center Enterprise is located at 400 North Edwards Street in downtown Enterprise, Alabama. For more information call 334-347-0584 or visit MCEHospital.com. Enterprise is also home to several medical clinics, outpatient services, specialists and dentists. The city has a 24-hour emergency ambulance and rescue service, E-911, several assisted living facilities and an adult day care. 003 ENT-AL-CG-14 ad.qxp:003 ENT-AL-CG-14 ad
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upporting the military has been a rich and proud tradition for more than 60 years in Enterprise. So much, in fact, that in Enterprise, the word “military” has become synonymous with “The Home of Army Aviation” – Fort Rucker. Established in 1941 as a boot camp for the infantry in WWII, the post quickly became the training and proving grounds for tank divisions, replacement troops and the Women’s Army Corp. Formerly known as Camp Rucker, it was closed for several years in the 1950s, but was given new life in 1954 when the Army Aviation School moved here from Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Camp Rucker would officially take the name Fort Rucker in October 1955 and has remained active since. In 1973 all of the Army aviation flight training was consolidated at Fort Rucker, turning the post into a Mecca for Army Aviators. In 1983, the Secretary of the Army signed the official order, which would establish Fort Rucker as “The Home of Army Aviation.” Today, Fort Rucker is the primary site for virtually allinitial rotary wing and associated aviation safety courses in the U.S. military, as well as some NATO countries.
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Mayor, William E. Cooper (334) 348-2602 City Clerk (334) 348-2609 City Treasurer (334) 348-2611 Revenue/Business Licenses (334) 348-2656 Human Resources (334) 348-2615 OR (334) 348-2699 Civic Center (334) 347-1211 EXT: 8000 or direct (334) 348-2668 Engineering Department (334) 348-2673 OR (334) 348-2671 Accounts Payable Finance Specialist (334) 348-2612
Senior Center (334) 347-1211 Ext. 8000 or (334) 348-2668 Senior Center Manager (334) 347-1211 Ext. 8006 or (334) 347-3513 Parks and Recreation (334) 348-2683 Or (334) 348-2684 Public Works (334) 348-2665 Enterprise City Schools (334) 347-9531 Enterprise Public Library (334) 347-2636 Enterprise Housing Authority (334) 347-2538 Fire Department Chief Byron Herring (334) 348-2641 or (334) 348-2642
Police Department Chief T.D. Jones (334) 347-1211
Airports Enterprise Municipal Airport :(334) 348-2676
Municipal Court Court Clerk (334) 348-2691
More Information can be found by visiting: www.EnterpriseAL. gov
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eligious worship is an integral part of the Enterprise community. Most of the leading denominations are represented here. Our churches are more than religious centers – they are places for social, recreational, educational and community help programs. In some houses of worship, generation after generation of the same families has knelt to pray. Whether large or small, old or new, their members practice their faith in an atmosphere of goodwill. Here you will find a list of local churches to choose from:
Faith Independent Baptist Church 4481 Rucker Blvd. (334) 406-2774 www.faithibc.com
Heritage United Methodist Church 2911 Rucker Blvd. (334) 347-1991 www.heritageunitedmethodist. org
First Baptist Church 301 N. Main St. (334) 393-5683 www.fbcenterprise.com
St. Luke Methodist Church 2911 Rucker Blvd. (334) 347-9023 www.stlukeenterprise.org
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Friendship Baptist Church 501 Friendship St. (334) 347-3161 Hillcrest Baptist Church 500 Alberta St. (334) 347-2516 www.hbce.org Lee Street Baptist Church 630 E. Lee St. (334) 347-7364 Macedonia Baptist Church 4127 Rucker Blvd. (334) 347-7364 www.mbcofenterprise.org
Pleasant Grove Baptist Church 805 Coppinville Rd. (334) 347-2987 Pleasant Shade Baptist Church 1891 Damascus Rd. (334) 347-5195 www.pleasantshade.org CAT HO L IC St. John’s Catholic Church 123 Heath St. (334) 347-6751 www.stjohnenterprise.org
CH URCH OF CH RIST College Avenue Church of Christ 211 W. College St. (334) 347-8917 www.enterprisechurch.com EP ISCOPAL Episcopal Church – Epiphany 302 E. Grubbs St. (334) 347-8210 www.episcopalchurch.org METH OD IST First United Methodist Church 217 S. Main St. (334) 347-3467 www.efumc.com
N ON - DENOMI NATI ONAL Highpointe Church 90 County Rd. 53 (334) 475-3707 www.myhighpointe.com The Grace Place Church 01 Heath St. (334) 347-5214 www.graceplacechurch.net P EN TECO STAL New Life Pentecostal Church 3288 County Rd. 709 (334) 347-2890 www.nlpc.net
630 East Lee Street Enterprise, AL 334-347-4981 LeeStreetBaptistChurch@gmail.com LeeStreetBaptist.org
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I N F O R M AT I O N SCH OO L R E G I ST R AT IO N REQUI R E M E N T S Be prepared to present your child’s birth certificate and immunization records for polio, rubella and DPT at your child’s school. For more information about the school your child will attend, contact the superintendent’s office by phone (334) 347-9531 or in office at 220 Hutchinson St.
Enterprise State Community College 600 Plaza Dr. (334) 347-2623 P R IVAT E S CHO O L S Wiregrass Christian Academy 209 W. College Ave. (334) 393-8972 F O RT R UCK E R S C H OOL S
L ICEN SES AN D RECORD S For hunting and fishing licenses, boat registration, property records and Coffee County business license, call Enterprise Courthouse, (334) 347-2688. For city business licenses, call (334) 347-1211. MOTOR VEH ICL E REGISTRATION
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A fee is charged and required documentation for first-time applicants include: birth certificate, original social security card and, if school age, enrollment certification from your school. License renewals are processed at the Enterprise Courthouse for Enterprise citizens. Active duty military are exempt but not their dependents.
Dauphin Junior High School 1271 Dauphin Street Extension (334) 347-1141
Coffee County Department of Human Resources 3881 Salem Rd. (334) 348-2000
Enterprise Motor Vehicle Registration Dept. (334) 347-2688
Enterprise Early Education Center 6500 Boll Weevil Cir. (334) 393-9542
Coffee County Family Services Center 2841 Neal Metcalf Rd. (334) 393-8538
Harrand Creek Elementary School 216 Morgan Ln. (334) 347-5383
Coffee County Health Department 2841 Neal Metcalf Rd. (334) 347-9574
Hillcrest Elementary School 400 East Watts St. (334) 347-6858
American Red Cross (334) 347-2461
ENTERPR I SE C I T Y SCH OO LS Enterprise High School 1801 Boll Weevil Cir. (334) 347-2640 Coppinville Junior High School 301 N. Ouida St. (334) 347-2215
Holly Hill Elementary School 201 Pine Hill Dr. (334) 347-9700 Pinedale Elementary School 207 Plaza Dr. (334) 347-5460 Rucker Boulevard Elementary 209 Regency Dr. (334) 347-3535 Special Projects Center 6500 Boll Weevil Cir. (334) 347-4287 Enterprise Schools Service Center East Park Avenue (334) 347-6867
Elementary School, Bldg. 21038 (334) 598-4408 Primary School, Bldg. 22210 (334) 598-4473 Superintendent, Bldg. 21037 (334) 598-6396
South Central Alabama Mental Health (334) 428-5044 (direct) (334) 428-5008 (fax) www.scamhc.org firstname.lastname@example.org TAX E S New Enterprise residents should go to the Enterprise Courthouse to file for homestead exemption on property. Both city and county property taxes are based on property owned Oct. 1 of each year. Bills are mailed to citizens on Oct. 1 and are delinquent if not paid by Dec. 31 of the same year.
Coffee County Driver’s License Department Farm Center U.S. 84 West, New Brockton (334) 894-5218 N EWSPAP ERS DAILY Enterprise Ledger (TuesdayFriday and Sunday) (334) 347-9533 WEEKLY Southeast Sun (334) 393-2969
Army Flier (334) 255-1239 P ET REGISTRATI ON Consult local veterinarians. Proof of current yearly rabies vaccination is required for all dogs and cats. All dogs inside the city limits should be leashed, enclosed or under the control of a competent person at all times. For rules and regulations on livestock and other animals in the city limits, call (334) 347-1211. H UMAN E SOCI ETY O F COFFEE COU NTY The Humane Society is responsible for seeing that stray animals have decent shelter and are cared for in the most humane way possible. If you want an animal picked up, call the Enterprise Police Department Animal Control Officer, (334) 347-1211. If you are interested in adopting a pet, call SOS Animal Shelter, (334) 347-1743 H OSP ITAL Medical Center Enterprise (334) 347-0584 400 N. Edwards St. Physician Information (334) 347-0584 Enterprise Rescue, Inc. (334) 347-0333 UTIL ITIES (See Residential Living)
Panache A Stylish Event Venue
102 Geneva Highway P.O. Box 310094 Enterprise, Alabama 36331
334.406.9733 Helen F. Nichols www.enterprisealabama.com
OF CHAMBER MEMBERSHIP
ur mission here at the Chamber is to strengthen our local economy by promoting our members and local businesses in our community. The Enterprise Chamber of Commerce serves as the Welcome Center for our city. We receive phone calls and visits daily asking many questions in regards to community events, where to purchase goods, who to use for services and more. One of the many benefits of being a current Chamber member is referrals. Additionally, we visit Fort Rucker every month delivering Chamber bags filled with information about our membersâ€™ businesses to newly inprocessed soldiers and their families. We also share your information in relocation packets, with homeowners associations, new residents who stop by, organizations bringing large groups to visit Enterprise and others as well. There are many benefits available to you as a valued Chamber member. In addition to sharing information about your business,
we host a myriad of events, networking, advertising and educational opportunities. Active Chamber members get to know many of our business leaders, shop owners and community organizers ,which in turn creates invaluable connections and greatly improves your chances to increase business. As the President of the Enterprise Chamber of Commerce I would love the opportunity to help your business grow and prosper. Our community depends on your success! I hope you will consider becoming a member in the near future. Please feel free to contact me at (334) 347-0581 or Chamber@ EnterpriseAlabama. com if you would like to discuss further. I look forward to working with you soon! Erin Grantham Executive Director Enterprise Chamber of Commerce
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AGF Rentals, Sales & Service . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Alabama Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 America’s Car-Mart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Animal Health Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Beef ‘O’ Brady’s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 Billy Cotter Construction, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Black Sheep Woodcrafting . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Bonds Residential Services, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . 9 C&B Mini Storages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Candlewood Suites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Center Drugs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Century 21 — Mary “M&M” Merritt . . . . . . . . . 7 Century 21 Regency Realty, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Coffee Auto Repair, LLC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 Coldwell Banker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Country Financial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Covington Electric Cooperative, Inc. . . . . . . . . 9 Enterprise Health and Rehabilitation Center . . . .35
Enterprise Pediatric Clinic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Enterprise Womens Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Fur Kids Club, The . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 Heritage UMC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32 Landscape Irrigation Experts . . . . . . . . . . . .19 Lee Street Baptist Church . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32 Medical Center Enterprise . . . . . . . . . . . 28, 36 Panache . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33 Paparazzi — Shelly A Hardy . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 Prestige Homes Property Management, Inc. . . . . 7 Regency Management, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Santa Fe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 Sawyer Surgery Clinic, LLC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Stepping Stones Preschool, LLC . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Troy Bank & Trust . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 Veterans United Home Loans . . . . . . . . . . . .16 Walmart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
ENTERPRISE HEALTH AND REHABILITATION CENTER 300 Plaza Drive • Enterprise, AL 36331 334.347.9541 • www.enterprisenursinghome.com WE SPECIALIZE IN
The goal of providing quality care can only be met when there are qualified, caring individuals to provide that care. The nursing home draws its employees from the City of Enterprise and surrounding communities and encourages dedication to the residents and the facility. The medical staff of the nursing home consists of local family practice physicians. Other local physicians specializing in orthopedic, surgery, optometry and urology are available to our residents.
SHORT TERM REHABILITATION THERAPY - Skilled Nursing -Physical Therapy -Occupational Therapy -Speech Therapy -Dementia Unit
At Enterprise Health and Rehabilitation, we are committed to providing a variety of services such as intensive rehabilitation, traditional long-term care, and transitional care in order that each resident maintain their highest level of functioning. www.enterprisealabama.com
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