Chamber grateful for help

Published 6:52 pm Wednesday, July 1, 2009

By Staff
On Saturday, June 20, the Greater Brewton Area Chamber of Commerce hosted the 29th Annual Alabama Blueberry Festival in Burnt Corn Creek Park. The chamber office has received positive feedback from our food vendors, arts and crafts vendors, and festival-goers, and we feel this feedback indicates that this year’s festival was a great success. We would like to say a big thank you to the following:
Chamber Board of Directors: Tom McMillan- President, Mark Manning, Jack Hines III, Dr. Susan McBride, Philip Jennings, Jason Daniel, Bill Willis, Leigh Najor, Mike Goolsby, Terrence Breckenridge, Don Ward, Vivian Layton, and Andrew Clark.
Arts and crafts participants, including our local Lions Club, Jus Do, Shannon Brantley and Jim Gay
Children’s entertainment vendors
Local singing talents and performers
Sam Archer, Glen Freeman and car show participants
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D.W. McMillan Hospital’s Ambulance Service
City of Brewton Fire & Rescue personnel
City of Brewton Police Department
Escambia County Sheriffs Department
The Brewton Standard
The Tri-City Ledger
Doug O’Barr and Brewton TV (Channel 6)
Dogwood Hills Municipal Golf Course
Danny Howard and the City of Brewton Utilities and Street Department Personnel
City of East Brewton Street Department personnel
Brewton Area YMCA
Principal Donnie Rotch and T.R. Miller High School
Sandy English and The Ritz staff
Dale Yoder and Air Refrigeration
Bill Willis and Walmart
Chip Peach and Jim Peach Motors
Ray Madden
Festival Sponsors including: Georgia-Pacific, D.W. McMillan Memorial Hospital, David’s Catfish House, Novus Glass, McDonald’s, BankTrust, Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., and Poarch Creek Indians,
We sincerely apologize if we have forgotten anyone. The efforts and assistance of so many individuals are required to have a successful festival each year. We could not have done it without you.
Our sincere thanks,
Judy Crane, Executive Director
Michelle Jones, Administrative Assistant
The Greater Brewton Area
Chamber of Commerce

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