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Nov. 18, 2022: Updates and Reminders from Mayor Gordon Stone
Nov. 1 8, 2022: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
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“As we enter the holiday season, we are reminded of how much we have to be thankful for. We want to say thank you, Pike Road, for all you do to engage in our hometown and connect with one another. We are also so thankful for all the great things happening at Pike Road Schools. Through the dedicated work of the PRS administration, teachers, and all staff, our local youth are being prepared with the skills, curiosity, and love of learning that will carry them all their lives. In addition, we appreciate our ENHANCE initiative committees and the volunteers and partners who help make community programs like the Business Association, Ag & Stewardship seminar series, and Arts Council activities possible. We also want to continue to give thanks for our nation’s veterans, without whom we would not enjoy the lives we live today.

 

This season, we encourage you to embrace opportunities to give back to our neighbors in need. Through this Sunday, Nov. 20, you can shop hand-crafted holiday décor for a cause through the Pike Road Arts Council’s Holiday Silent Auction. All proceeds will go directly to the Food Pantry at Woodland UMC, helping provide holiday meals for our neighbors in need.

 

On Dec. 6, the community-favorite Christmas Spectacular will kick off the annual Season of Giving Holiday Collections Drive with an evening of family-friendly, holiday cheer. From Dec. 6 – 20, we invite you to donate non-perishable food items, hygiene items, and warm clothing items for both the Central Alabama Veterans Health Care Systems and the Food Pantry at Woodland UMC.

 

Then, on Dec. 13, you can give the greatest gift of all: Life! LifeSouth Community Blood Centers will be at Town Hall to receive your life-saving blood donations. When you donate through LifeSouth, your efforts benefit neighbors in need across the River Region. And when one blood donation can save up to three lives, there is no reason not to give!

 

Tune in to the Mondays with the Mayor radio program – or stop by and see us at Home Depot on Chantilly Parkway – on Dec. 5 to learn all about these events and other opportunities to get involved as we wrap up the 2022 year and look forward to the future!

 

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

 

Thank you and God Bless.”

Nov. 11, 2022: Updates and Reminders from Mayor Gordon Stone
Nov. 11, 2022: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
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“This week began with a very special event, the 11th Annual Veterans Appreciation Ceremony. We want to thank everyone who joined us, from veterans to active military and civilian community supporters, to express their gratitude and honor our nation’s heroes. It was a privilege to welcome each of you to the Pike Road Veterans Memorial. Today, Veterans Day, we encourage you to take a moment to give thanks and to reflect on the many blessings we experience every day because of the men and women who have served and sacrificed on our behalf. In a region that is touched daily by the countless contributions of military men, women, and families, it is crucial that we take every opportunity to say thank you and to honor all who have served.

 

The busy holiday season is nearly here, and we invite you to celebrate with friends and neighbors in the Town of Pike Road. This weekend and through Nov. 20, shop hand-crafted holiday décor for a cause through the Pike Road Arts Council’s Holiday Silent Auction. All proceeds will go directly to the Food Pantry at Woodland UMC, helping provide holiday meals for our neighbors in need. You can also explore the Silent Auction this Monday, Nov. 14, as the Mondays with the Mayor radio show broadcasts live from the Pike Road Arts Center. Stop by and see us from 12 – 1 p.m. or join the conversation over the airwaves.

 

Then, mark your calendars and join us at Town Hall on Dec. 6 for the Christmas Spectacular. We will celebrate the season with hot cocoa and holiday performances, read a Christmas story, light the Town Hall Christmas Tree, and enjoy a snowy treat! The Christmas Spectacular will also kick off the Season of Giving Holiday Collections Drive, which supports the Central Alabama Veterans Health Care System and a local food pantry. We look forward to celebrating the season with you!

 

To learn more about these events and everything else happening in our hometown, visit us online at www.pikeroad.us, or 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.”

Nov. 4, 2022: Updates and Reminders from Mayor Gordon Stone
Nov. 4, 2022: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
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“This weekend is an important one in the Town of Pike Road, and we don’t want you to miss a thing. It is the last weekend to take a tour of the 50+ Hay, Look at Us! hay bales, and it’s also our annual Veterans Appreciation Ceremony. Everyone, especially our local veterans, are invited to attend the Veterans Appreciation Ceremony, which will be held at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 6, at the Pike Road Veterans Memorial (4902 Pike Rd). We hope you will join us as we honor and recognize the men and women who have selflessly served on our behalf. As a reminder, don’t forget to “fall back” one hour when you go to bed on Saturday, Nov. 5, so you’re on time!

 

This weekend is also the last chance to check out all of the Hay, Look at Us! hay bales created by our citizens. This year, we have over 50 hay bales and over 1200 citizens who contributed to their decoration! We hope you will take a drive around Town to enjoy the intricacy and creativity of all the hay bale masterpieces. Visit us online at www.facebook.com/townofpikeroad to access a driving map! We are so appreciative of your engagement and participation, which make fall-favorite activities like the Hay, Look at Us! Hay Bale Decorating Contest a success and an illustration of the spirit of our community.

 

With your support, the Pike Road Arts Council will help the Food Pantry at Woodland UMC provide meals for our neighbors in need this holiday season. On weekends through Nov. 20, you can participate in the Arts Council’s annual silent auction benefiting Woodland UMC. Stop by the Arts Center (944 Wallahatchie Rd) to place your bids for items including miniature trees decorated with handmade ornaments, Christmas gnomes, a hand-painted nativity scene, and more.

 

Find details for the events listed above and more: Just visit us at www.pikeroad.us, or 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.”

Oct. 28, 2022: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
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“The Town of Pike Road is 25 years old! This week, it was so special to celebrate Founders Day and 25 years of the Town of Pike Road with you, and we want to share our appreciation. Throughout the past 25 years, our town has experienced tremendous growth and celebrated many milestones, but there is one very important thing that has continued to make the Town of Pike Road throughout the years: You. Thank you, Pike Road, for your commitment to one another, your spirit of hospitality, and your engagement in all things from community events to planning for progress.

Your engagement and participation make fall-favorite activities like the Hay, Look at Us! Hay Bale Decorating Contest a success and an illustration of the spirit of our community. This year, we have over 50 hay bales and over 1200 citizens who contributed to their decoration! We hope you will take a drive around Town to enjoy the intricacy and creativity of all the hay bale masterpieces and place your vote for the People’s Choice Award. Visit us online at www.facebook.com/townofpikeroad to access a driving map and place your vote!

With your support, the Pike Road Arts Council hopes to help the Food Pantry at Woodland UMC provide meals for our neighbors in need this holiday season. Beginning this weekend, you can participate in the Arts Council’s annual silent auction benefiting Woodland UMC. Stop by the Arts Center (944 Wallahatchie Rd) to place your bids for items including miniature trees decorated with handmade ornaments, Christmas gnomes, a hand-painted nativity scene, and more.

There is one additional, important event we don’t want you to miss: Our annual Veterans Appreciation Ceremony will be held at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 6. Everyone, especially our local veterans, are invited to attend, and we hope you will join us as we honor and recognize the men and women who have selflessly served on our behalf. Find details for the events listed above and more: Just visit us at www.pikeroad.us, or 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.”

Oct. 28, 2022: Updates and Reminders from Mayor Gordon Stone
Oct. 21, 2022: Updates and Reminders from Mayor Gordon Stone
Oct. 21, 2022: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
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“It’s an exciting time in the Town of Pike Road! In just the past week, we enjoyed welcoming artists from across the country for the 11th annual Plein Air Paint Out and digging into Alabama agriculture at the Montgomery County Farm-City Festival, hosted a the Pike Road Agriculture, Recreation & Performing Arts Park. Thank you, Pike Road, for your engagement and participation – without you, these events and other activities, like the Hay, Look at Us! hay bale decorating contest, would not be possible.

 

As a reminder, tomorrow, Oct. 22, is the last day to decorate your hay bales! There are over 55 participating neighborhoods and businesses this year, and we can’t wait to see what you create. Following judging, we will announce the winners LIVE on the Mondays with the Mayor radio program on Monday, Oct. 24. October 24 is also Founders Day, and this year we are celebrating 25 years of the Town of Pike Road! We invite you to celebrate with us on October 26 – just stop by Town Hall throughout the day to pick up a cupcake and a 25th anniversary pin!

Finally, on Friday, Oct. 28, explore home-based food businesses through our free Cottage Food Law workshop. Presented in partnership with experts from the Alabama Cooperative Extension, you will learn all about home-based food businesses and the laws that regulate them in our home state. Then, you will be ready to use your talents in the kitchen to fill tables across the community, just in time for

As fall activities enter full swing, be sure to mark your calendars: Our annual Veterans Appreciation Ceremony will be held on Sunday, Nov. 6, and we hope you will join us as we honor and recognize the men and women who have selflessly served on our behalf. Find details for the events listed above and more: Just visit us at www.pikeroad.us, or 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.”

Oct. 14, 2022: Updates and Reminders from Mayor Gordon Stone
Oct. 14, 2022: A Note from Mayor Gordon Stone
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“This weekend, experience the arts like never before through the 11th annual Pike Road Plein Air Paint Out. Through Saturday, Oct. 15, dozens of artists from across the country will are visiting our hometown for the Paint Out, dispersing across our community to paint the landscapes and scenes we love. Yesterday, we watched celebrated artists collaborate to create a masterpiece YOU could take home. Today and tomorrow, artists are painting across town and providing painting demonstrations.

 

Then, browse and buy the works created during the Paint Out at the Wet Paint Art Show & Sale. Then, Monday, Oct. 17, take your family and friends to the Pike Road Agriculture, Recreation & Performing Arts Park for the Montgomery County Farm-City Festival, a free, family-friendly afternoon of educational, agriculture-related fun. We are pleased to have been chosen to host the 2022 Farm-City Festival, which connects kids of all ages with aspects of the agricultural industry.

 

The agricultural industry spans the distance from farm to table. Explore the “table” end of the spectrum at our Oct. 28 Cottage Food Law workshop, where you’ll learn all about home-based food businesses and the laws that regulate them in our home state. Then, you will be ready to use your talents in the kitchen to fill tables across the community!

 

Thank you to everyone for your great work on the hay bales. 1200 community volunteers participating in the Hay, Look at Us! program is a huge testimonial to our Welcome Home spirit.

 

Find details for the events listed above and more: Just visit us at www.pikeroad.us, or search @townofpikeroad on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.