The Eutaw Area Chamber of Commerce presented awards at its annual membership meeting and Sue Vance Memorial Dinner on Thursday, March 21, 2019, held at the LAW Center. Among the award recipients were: (L to R) Rev. Christopher Spencer, Pastor of St. Matthew Watson Baptist Church for Religion, Mayor Raymond Steele of Eutaw for Government, Dr. Marcia Pugh, CEO of Greene County Health System for Health Care, Dr. Carol and John Zippert, Co-Publishers of the Greene County Democrat for Communications, Beverly Gordon, Chamber President, Dan Williams, WestRock Paper Co. for Business, Nancy Cole for Education, District Judge Lillie Jones Osborne for Community Service, Delphine McKenzie for the Sue Vance Service Award. Not shown Luther ‘Nat’ Winn, Greenetrack for the Leadership Award. Before a delicious dinner of Italian food specialties, the group heard an inspirational address by Attorney John Stamps III of the Black Belt Law Center in Bessemer, Alabama, who also co-sponsored the event.
Alabama New South Coalition
Greene County Chapter
c/o P.O. Box 82
Eutaw, AL 35462
October 20, 2017
To the Greene County Community
As we prepare to move Greene County forward, we are inviting you to participate in a Community Gathering for a Community Conversation, scheduled for Monday,
October 30, 2017, 6:00 p.m., at the Eutaw Activity Center.
We are inviting local mayors along with all council members, county commissioners, state representatives and other leaders who represent our area, as well as everyone who is interested in the growth of Greene County. We need your assistance in drawing our community together.
The Community Conversation will include topics on the status our local hospital; recreational services for our youth; the importance of voting and what voting can get us. Rev. Christopher Spencer, Pastor of St. Matthew Watson Baptist Church, has agreed to serve as moderator for this event.
We look forward to seeing you at the Community Gathering.
Carol P. Zippert