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Aug. 5, 2022: Updates & Reminders from Mayor Stone
Aug. 5, 2022: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
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“It is an exciting time in the Town of Pike Road, and we are pleased to wish all of our local students, parents, teachers, administrators, and other educators a happy start to the school year! We know the Pike Road Schools team has been working hard all summer long to prepare for another great year, and we are so appreciative. PRS students will return to classrooms next Wednesday, Aug. 10, and we can’t wait to see what Patriots of all ages accomplish and create this year.

 

Your support for our community’s schools is an illustration of the involvement and connectivity that makes the Town of Pike Road a special place to call home. So is the P.R.A.Y.E.R. (Pike Road Area Your Emergency Response) Team, which involves local faith leaders working together to meet the needs of our community, and we want to say thank you. This summer, the P.R.A.Y.E.R. Team created a meal program to assist families experiencing food insecurity over the summer vacation, when school meals were unavailable. Together, our local churches recruited and organized over 150 volunteers who picked up, packed, and distributed pantry items and meals. Every church in the Town of Pike Road participated, and, in partnership with the Montgomery Area Food Bank and our local Publix, they served hundreds of families across Pike Road. It has been amazing to see this project evolve from an idea to a successful program, all because of people coming together. Thank you, Pike Road, for all you do to show your love for your neighbors.

 

If you are looking for a way to serve the community, we encourage you to give back by giving blood today, August 5, at Town Hall. Nationwide, a shortage of blood donations is affecting the supply of this life-saving resource, and taking just twenty minutes out of your day to could give someone else the rest of their life. Stop by Town Hall to donate until 4 p.m. today, August 5.

 

More events and activities are happening across our growing community. Learn more, get in touch, and get involved by finding us on social media – just search @townofpikeroad on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. As always, we will continue to pray for you, and we encourage you to pray for each other.

 

Thank you and God Bless.”

July 29, 2022: Updates & Reminders from Mayor Stone
July 29, 2022: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
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“The summer may be winding down, but our calendar is heating up! Kick off the month of August with three community events happening next week.

On Tuesday, August 2, join us for National Night Out, a free evening of family-friendly fun, community building, and getting to know our local law enforcement. Presented by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, National Night Out is a great way to connect with neighbors and first responders, learn how YOU can help keep our community safe, all while having fun. Don’t miss this community-building opportunity – join us from 5 – 8 p.m. on August 2 at Home Depot on Chantilly Parkway.

 

Then, the Pike Road Arts Council will host an Encaustic Wax Art Workshop, created to teach beginners how to utilize this ancient beeswax art form. Whether you’re interested in history or the arts, this is a great program for you – and it’s even better when you bring a friend. Email patty@pikeroad.us to register now!

 

Finally, give back by giving blood on Friday, August 5. There is a nationwide blood shortage and taking twenty minutes out of your day to give back to your community could give someone else the rest of their life, and blood donated through LifeSouth saves lives in OUR community. Stop by Town Hall to donate from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. on August 5.

 

Stay in touch by finding us on social media – just search @townofpikeroad on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and follow along as we continue to grow together. As always, we will continue to pray for you, and we encourage you to pray for each other.

 

Thank you and God Bless.”

July 22, 2022: Updates & Reminders from Mayor Stone
July 22, 2022: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
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“As we wrap up the active summer season, there are great things on the horizon. We look forward to another great year of Pike Road Schools and a variety of fall-favorite activities. We want to express our gratitude to everyone who continues to work to prepare to welcome students and engage the community in the months to come.

 

Before we let summer go, take advantage of a few more events, starting tomorrow, July 23! Whether they’ve been naughty or nice, Santa Claus is coming to town (a little early) to visit with your pets! Tomorrow, from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., visit the Pike Road Arts Center to snap a photo of your pet with Santa! It’s never too early to get started on your holiday cards, or just make sweet memories with your furry friends.  Photos are free, but donations will be accepted benefiting the Humane Society.  

The P.R.A.Y.E.R. Team Summer Meals Program for families in need will wrap up next week. Tuesday, July 26, is the last day to pick up meals as part of this summer program. Visit www.pikeroad.us to learn how you can participate or volunteer. 

August will kick off with two important events: National Night Out and a Community Blood Drive. Presented by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, National Night Out is a free evening of family fun and activities, centered around getting to know the MCSO and all of our local first responders. Don’t miss this community-building opportunity – join us from 5 – 8 p.m. on August 2 at Home Depot on Chantilly Parkway. Then, we hope you will consider donating blood on August 5. There is a nationwide blood shortage and taking twenty minutes out of your day to give back to your community could give someone else the rest of their life, and blood donated through LifeSouth saves lives in OUR community. Stop by Town Hall to donate from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. on August 5. 

Stay in touch by finding us on social media – just search @townofpikeroad on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and follow along as we continue to grow together. As always, we will continue to pray for you, and we encourage you to pray for each other.  

Thank you and God Bless.” 

July 15, 2022: Updates & Reminders from Mayor Stone
July 15, 2022: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
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“Summer is always an active season in the Town of Pike Road, and this week is no exception! From back-to-school savings to exploring the arts, there’s something for everyone to celebrate in the Town of Pike Road. As a reminder, the annual Back-to-School Sales Tax Holiday is happening now through Sunday, July 17. There is no better time to stock up and prepare for the coming school year! Save on school supplies, clothing and more – visit alabamaretail.org for details.

 

Tomorrow, July 16, you’re invited to visit the Pike Road Arts Center from 11 – 2 for “Dogs for Dogs.” You and your family can enjoy a free, freshly-grilled hotdog lunch and meet adoptable pets from the Montgomery County Humane Society! You may just find the perfect pet – and the perfect painting – to take home. It’s also time to register for next week’s Pet Portraits art workshop. On July 20-21, artist Steven Davis will lead a Pet Portraits painting workshop to teach YOU how to capture your furry friends’ sweet faces on canvas. Finally, on July 23, celebrate Christmas in July: Stop by the Arts Center to snap a photo of your pet with Santa! Photos are free, but donations will be accepted benefiting the Humane Society.

 

The P.R.A.Y.E.R. Team continues to provide weekly meal pick-up for families in need, and they always need volunteers. Visit www.pikeroad.us to learn how you can benefit from or support this community program.

 

As we gear up for another great autumn, we want to say thank you again for celebrating the Fourth of July with us at SummerFest! Your engagement is one of the most important things that make the Town of Pike Road such a special place to call home. We are so appreciative of everyone who attended the event and everyone – from community volunteers to the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office – who made the event possible.

 

Stay in touch by finding us on social media – just search @townofpikeroad on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and follow along as we continue to grow together.

 

As always, we will continue to pray for you, and we encourage you to pray for each other.

 

Thank you and God Bless.”

July 8, 2022: Updates & Reminders from Mayor Stone
July 8, 2022: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
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“Thank you, Pike Road, for your ongoing engagement and involvement in community events presented by the ENHANCE initiative. We had such a great time celebrating the Fourth of July with you at SummerFest, and now there are more opportunities on the horizon!

This month, don’t miss the Pike Road Arts Council’s pet-focused events, starting with the Portraits of Pets Art Show, which opens this Saturday, July 9. Then, enjoy a hotdog lunch and meet the Montgomery Humane Society’s adoptable pets with Dogs for Dogs on July 16. July 20-21, artist Steven Davis will lead a Pet Portraits painting workshop to teach YOU how to capture your furry friends’ sweet faces on canvas. Finally, on July 23, celebrate Christmas in July: Stop by the Arts Center to snap a photo of your pet with Santa!

 

The Arts Council isn’t the only active ENHANCE initiative committee. Join the Ag & Stewardship Club on July 15 for their next workshop, Kombucha & ‘Kraut. Experts from the Alabama Cooperative Extension System will demonstrate how to preserve and ferment foods like sauerkraut and kombucha, and everyone will have the opportunity to create their own canned goods! Visit www.pikeroad.us to learn more and register today!

 

As summertime continues, stay in touch by finding us on social media – just search @townofpikeroad on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and follow along as we continue to grow together. As always, we will continue to pray for you, and we encourage you to pray for each other.

 

Thank you and God Bless.”

July 1, 2022: Updates & Reminders from Mayor Stone
July 1, 2022: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
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“Happy Fourth of July, friends and neighbors! We wish you a safe, happy holiday weekend. The Fourth of July is such a special time in the Town of Pike Road – from its earliest days, our patriotic hometown has celebrated our spirit of independence. We want to thank all of you for joining us Thursday night to celebrate as a community at SummerFest. With an estimated crowd of 2,000, we enjoyed an exciting evening together, complete with music, games, great food, and, of course, fireworks! Don’t forget to share your photos from SummerFest and all your Independence Day fun with us using #PikeRoad4thofJuly and #mypikeroad – you may see them soon in our e-newsletter or on our Chantilly Parkway digital billboard!

 

We also want to thank all of the people who helped make this annual event a success, including the Town of Pike Road staff and a great group of volunteers: the Patriot Queens, Pike Road Kiwanis Club, Pike Road High School FFA, and Pike Road Theatre Company. In addition, we are so appreciative of the Cottonwood Golf Club team for hosting us on the Cottonwood grounds, the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office deputies who helped direct traffic and keep everyone safe, and the Rolling Hills Lakes Volunteer Fire Department for all of their support. SummerFest is truly an event presented by the Pike Road community for the community to enjoy, and seeing smiling faces of all ages in attendance makes it all worth it.

 

More summer events are coming up! Join the Ag & Stewardship Club on July 15 for their next workshop, Kombucha & ‘Kraut. Experts from the Alabama Cooperative Extension System will demonstrate how to preserve and ferment foods like sauerkraut and kombucha, and everyone will have the opportunity to create their own canned goods! The Arts Council also has a full month ahead, and it’s all about our pets! Enjoy the Portraits of Pets art show, learn to paint pictures of your pet, support the Montgomery Humane Society, and more – just visit www.pikeroad.us to learn more!

 

As summertime continues, stay in touch by finding us on social media – just search @townofpikeroad on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and follow along as we continue to grow together. As always, we will continue to pray for you, and we encourage you to pray for each other.

 

Thank you and God Bless.”

June 24, 2022: Updates & Reminders from Mayor Stone
June 24, 2022: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
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“It is an exciting time in the Town of Pike Road, and we hope you will join us next Thursday, June 30, as we celebrate independence and patriotic spirit with SummerFest! This annual Fourth of July celebration will feature family-friendly fun, kids’ activities, food trucks, music, and plenty of green space to unpack your picnic blankets. The night will wrap up with a fireworks spectacular over Cottonwood Golf Club, and we can’t wait to see you there. SummerFest is free to attend, and it is a special opportunity to gather with family and friends, as well as to meet new neighbors from across the Town of Pike Road. Visit us online at www.pikeroad.us to learn more!

In addition to SummerFest, there are several other events on the horizon. Tune in this Monday, June 27, as we preview SummerFest and take YOUR questions on the Mondays with the Mayor radio show. Then, don’t miss the Ag & Stewardship Club’s next workshop, Kombucha & ‘Kraut, on July 15. Experts from the Alabama Cooperative Extension System will demonstrate how to preserve and ferment foods like sauerkraut and kombucha, and everyone will have the opportunity to create their own canned goods. As always, the Pike Road Arts Council continues to provide weekend art shows, including the ongoing Art in Bloom production.

 

We are also pleased to share that the P.R.A.Y.E.R. Team is collaborating to provide resources for families experiencing food insecurity over the summer. The Summer Meals Program provides meals for pickup each Tuesday in June and July. Visit us online at www.pikeroad.us to learn more about how you can get involved.

 

As summertime continues, stay in touch by finding us on social media – just search @townofpikeroad on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and follow along as we continue to grow together. As always, we will continue to pray for you, and we encourage you to pray for each other.

 

Thank you and God Bless.”

June 17, 2022: Updates & Reminders from Mayor Stone
June 17, 2022: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
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“Pike Road, we are so excited to invite you to join us on June 30 for SummerFest, our annual Fourth of July celebration! We’ll have family-friendly fun, kids’ activities, food trucks, music, and plenty of green space to unpack your picnic blankets. The night will wrap up with a fireworks spectacular over Cottonwood Golf Club, and we can’t wait to see you there. Visit us online at www.pikeroad.us to learn more! Before we get to SummerFest, though, there are more activities on the horizon.

Weekends in June, explore the Pike Road Arts Council’s ongoing shows, the Abstractions Art Show and the Art in Bloom Art Show. Then, join the conversation as Mondays with the Mayor broadcasts LIVE from Cottonwood Golf Club on July 27. In addition to these activities, the P.R.A.Y.E.R. Team is pleased to provide resources for families experiencing food insecurity over the summer. The Summer Meals Program provides meals for pickup each Tuesday in June and July. Visit us online at www.pikeroad.us to learn more about how you can get involved.

 

As summertime continues, stay in touch by finding us on social media – just search @townofpikeroad on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and follow along as we continue to grow together.

 

As always, we will continue to pray for you, and we encourage you to pray for each other.

Thank you and God Bless.”

June 10, 2022: Updates & Reminders from Mayor Stone
June 10, 2022: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
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“Summertime is an active season in the Town of Pike Road, and we know you’re all involved in community events and activities all around town. Thank you, Pike Road, for the way you connect with one another and stay engaged! We are excited to invite you to participate in upcoming events from the ENHANCE initiative.

Next week, join the Pike Road Business Association for Lunch & Learn. We’ll enjoy lunch from our local Publix, network with local businessmen and women, tackle generational differences and learn to build harmony in the workplace with the help of Troy University Continuing Education & Outreach. The Pike Road Arts Council also continues to host a variety of shows and classes, including the ongoing Art in Bloom Art Show. Later this summer, the Portraits of Pets art show will feature the furry friends we all know & love.

 

Then, don’t forget about SummerFest! Play, picnic, and show off your patriotic pride at this family-friendly event on June 30.

Stay in touch by finding us on social media – just search @townofpikeroad on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and follow along as we continue to grow together.

 

As always, we will continue to pray for you, and we encourage you to pray for each other.

 

Thank you and God Bless.”

June 3, 2022: Updates & Reminders from Mayor Stone
June 3, 2022: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
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“This week, we want to begin by sharing our gratitude and appreciation for the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO), the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA), the U.S. Marshals, and all of our local law enforcement and first responders. We also want to say thank you to our citizens. When a Dollar General in our community experienced a robbery this week, the MCSO responded efficiently and professionally, partnering with ALEA and other law enforcement agencies to apprehend the suspect and resolve the situation. The cooperation and support of our citizens, who provided valuable information to law enforcement and served officers refreshments as they worked in the heat of the afternoon, contributed significantly to the resolution of this situation. Thank you, Pike Road, for your engagement, connectedness, and your passion for our hometown.

As we move forward into the active summer season, we encourage you to explore the variety of ways to get involved in the Town of Pike Road community and get to know your neighbors. Whether you are interested in the arts, agriculture, or community service, there is something for everyone in the Town of Pike Road. The Pike Road Arts Council continues to host a variety of shows and classes, including the ongoing Art in Bloom Art Show and the Colors of Grace Art Show that wraps up this weekend at Grace Episcopal Church. The Pike Road Business Association looks forward to welcoming you to Lunch & Learn on June 16, where we’ll tackle generational differences and learn to build harmony in the workplace with the help of Troy University Continuing Education & Outreach. Plus, SummerFest is right around the corner! Mark your calendars for an evening of family fun, fireworks, food and community fellowship: We hope to see you at Rolling Hills Park on June 30 for SummerFest!

 

In addition to opportunities available through the Town of Pike Road’s ENHANCE initiative committees, we encourage you to check out events and activities from community organizations and local businesses in the Pike Road area. One great place to find these is in our weekly e-newsletter – subscribe today by visiting www.pikeroad.us! You can also find us on social media – just search @townofpikeroad on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and follow along as we continue to grow together.

 

As always, we will continue to pray for you, and we encourage you to pray for each other.

 

Thank you and God Bless.”

May 27, 2022: Updates & Reminders from Mayor Stone
May 27, 2022: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
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“We are excited to share our best wishes and congratulations with the Class of 2022! Pike Road Schools seniors graduated this week, and we can’t wait to see what the future holds for these young people and all of our local graduates. We also want to say thank you to the men and women who teach and lead our community’s youth every day. Thank you, teachers, administrators, coaches, and staff, for all you do to support and encourage your students and prepare them for a bright future.

There are so many activities to get involved in this summer, starting with our ENHANCE initiative programs! The Pike Road Arts Council continues to host a variety of shows and classes, and this weekend that includes the Colors of Grace Art Show featuring Grace Episcopal Church and the Art in Bloom Art Show, featuring the beauty of nature. Then, in June, join the Pike Road Business Association for Lunch & Learn! In partnership with Troy University Continuing Education & Outreach, we’ll tackle generational differences in the workplace. We also encourage you to check out events and activities from community organizations in our area. There are so many ways to connect.

 

SummerFest will be here before you know it, so be sure to mark your calendars for this annual evening of family fun, fireworks, food and community fellowship. We hope to see you at Rolling Hills Park on June 30 for SummerFest! Visit us online to learn more about upcoming events at www.pikeroad.us, or just search @townofpikeroad on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and follow along as we continue to grow together.

 

As always, we will continue to pray for you, and we encourage you to pray for each other.

 

Thank you and God Bless.”

May 20, 2022: Updates & Reminders from Mayor Stone
May 20, 2022: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
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“It is a busy season in the Town of Pike Road, and summer fun is just around the corner. Please continue to be involved and share your activities with us at Town Hall. We hope you will join us this Monday, June 23, through the Mondays with the Mayor Show to learn about all the ways to get involved in upcoming events. From 12 – 1 p.m., stop by and see us at New Waters Realty off Marler Road, or tune in on your radio, smartphone or computer to the MAX Round Table (107.5 FM / 1210 AM) to join the conversation!

This week, we are pleased to offer our congratulations and best wishes to the Class of 2022! Another class of Pike Road Schools seniors will receive their diplomas this coming week, as will many other students in the Pike Road area. We are so proud of all the great things happening in our community’s schools, and we can’t wait to see what these young people accomplish. We also want to share our gratitude and appreciation for the men and women who help shape the lives of these students. Thank you, PRS administrators, teachers, coaches, and staff, for all you do to help ensure a bright future for our local youth.

 

SummerFest will be here before you know it, so be sure to mark your calendars for this annual evening of family fun, fireworks, food and community fellowship. We hope to see you at Rolling Hills Park on June 30 for SummerFest! Visit us online to learn more about upcoming events at www.pikeroad.us, or just search @townofpikeroad on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and follow along as we continue to grow together.

 

As always, we will continue to pray for you, and we encourage you to pray for each other.

 

Thank you and God Bless.”

May 13, 2022: Updates & Reminders from Mayor Stone
May 13, 2022: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
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“Thank you, Pike Road, for the many ways you connect with one another. It is your efforts that make the Town of Pike Road such a special place to call home!

We want to remind you that the Pike Road Area Your Emergency Response (PRAYER) Team is seeking volunteers to assist with a summer meals program for local families. This group is made up of local faith leaders from across our community who work together to help meet the needs of our neighbors. We invite you to get involved by emailing stacyddickingson@gmail.com.

 

We are also pleased to invite you to participate in the variety of activities the Pike Road Arts Council provides. This weekend, enjoy the Colors of Grace art show presented in partnership with Grace Episcopal Church, and stop by the Arts Center next Saturday, May 21, for the Art in Bloom show’s opening reception. Stay tuned for upcoming workshops from the Ag & Stewardship Club and make plans to join the Pike Road Business Association on June 16 for Lunch & Learn! We’ll discuss generational differences and how to build harmony in the workplace.

 

Don’t forget to mark your calendars for June 30: Our annual SummerFest celebration is just around the corner! Visit us online to learn more about upcoming events at www.pikeroad.us, or just search @townofpikeroad on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and follow along as we continue to grow together.

 

As always, we will continue to pray for you, and we encourage you to pray for each other.

 

Thank you and God Bless.”

May 6, 2022: Updates & Reminders from Mayor Stone
May 6, 2022: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
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“We want to wish a Happy Mother’s Day to all of the moms, grandmothers, aunts and guardians who make a difference in our community every day. We are so appreciative of what you do! Today wraps up Teacher Appreciation Week, too. We would be remiss if we did not offer our sincere gratitude to the men and women who serve our community’s youth every day in our local schools – your dedication and passion are shaping our future leaders. We also want to say thank you to our ENHANCE initiative committee volunteers, who continue to work on behalf of our community. The many volunteers at the recent 5K races, crawfish boil, school events, and other community functions are the best illustrations of the great things happening in Pike Road.

 

Currently, the Pike Road Area Your Emergency Response (PRAYER) Team is organizing a summer meals program for local families. This group, made up of local faith leaders from across our community, is seeking volunteers to contribute to this program, and we invite you to get involved by emailing stacyddickingson@gmail.com. The Pike Road Arts Council and Ag & Stewardship Club also have ongoing activities. Tomorrow, find the best bargains of the year at the Pike Road Arts Center during the 5x7 Art Show & Sale, from 5 -7 p.m. on May 7. All the art will be available for just $57 each! You can also register now for the upcoming Water Gardens Ag & Stewardship workshop, presented in partnership with the Alabama Cooperative Extension System on May 13. Learn how to make the most of your garden, help manage water runoff, and bring beauty to corners of your yard where you never thought it possible. You can also explore numerous upcoming community events like the Pike Road Theatre Company productions and the crawfish boil. Lots to enjoy in our hometown!

 

Save the date for SummerFest, too! This annual patriotic celebration will be held on June 30, 2022. Learn more about these events: Visit www.pikeroad.us, or just search @townofpikeroad on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and follow along as we continue to grow together.

 

As always, we will continue to pray for you, and we encourage you to pray for each other.

 

Thank you and God Bless.”

Apr. 29, 2022: Updates & Reminders from Mayor Stone
Apr. 29, 2022: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
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“Thank you, Pike Road, for the way you get involved and care for one another! Your neighborly efforts and hospitable spirit are evident every day, and this week has been no different. We appreciate the way you have shown your hometown pride through the Spring Cleanup litter pickup initiative this month, as well as your support of today’s LifeSouth Community Blood Drive. We also had a great meeting this week with our PRAYER (Pike Road Area Your Emergency Response) Team, made up of local faith leaders, regarding ways we can work together to help meet the needs of our community.

In addition to the PRAYER Team, our other ENHANCE initiative committees are busy preparing fun activities and events for the community! Next week, don’t miss the Pike Road Arts Council’s 5x7 Art Show & Sale, from 5 -7 p.m. on May 7. All the art will be available for just $57 each! Then, it’s time for the Water Gardens Ag & Stewardship workshop, presented in partnership with the Alabama Cooperative Extension System on May 13. Learn how to make the most of your garden, help manage water runoff, and bring beauty to corners of your yard where you never thought it possible.

 

These are just a few of the current offerings from our ENHANCE initiative, and we hope you will stay up-to-date as our calendar continues into the summer months. For more information on these and other local events, connect with us online. Visit www.pikeroad.us, or just search @townofpikeroad on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and follow along as we continue to grow together.

 

As always, we will continue to pray for you, and we encourage you to pray for each other.

 

Thank you and God Bless.”

Apr. 22, 2022: Updates & Reminders from Mayor Stone