Friday, October 7th, 2016
Happy Fall Yall!!! It's busy around here and we don't want you to miss a thing!  Here's what's going on This Week in North Baldwin:

Don't forget to save your Greer's Receipts and send them to school with your kids!  Greer's partners with Apples for the Students to offer our schools the opportunity to ear FREE Education Equipment & Supplies! This year's program began September 1st and ends March 18, 2017! Save your receipt and help out our local Schools!

Seven historic homes will be featured, as well as one local church.

The oldest home on the tour was built in 1840.  Others were also built in the late 1800's and early 1900's.  One home is one of the few standing stage coach stops that still exists in Alabama. 
The oldest standing barn in Alabama is on the property of another featured home.
One lovely home, a Victorian Cottage, was constructed by German immigrants in 1840 as a "Row House" for a timber worker.  In the early 1900's, tin ceilings were added in the dining and living rooms.

Sunken cypress logs pulled from the Tensaw Basin partially frame another featured home.

The Stockton United Methodist Church was pastored by a Circuit Rider who rode on horseback or buggy between the six churches in his care.
There is much more to see and do in historic Stockton. Come, see for yourself!
Sponsored by Stockton Heritage Association
Proceeds benefit the Stockton Heritage Museum
Call 251.937.3738 form more information

Immanuel Church to Host Community Blessing of Animals

The Annual Blessing of Animals at Immanuel Episcopal Church, Bay Minette, is scheduled for 3pm on Sunday, October 9th, in the church's front yard on McMillan Avenue at 7th Street. 

Local Partners in this community event include First Presbyterian church, First United Methodist Church, and the North Baldwin Animal Shelter. All animals should be either on a leash or in a crate. Donations will be received for the North Baldwin Animal Shelter. This agency will have some animals present and available for adoption. This event is open to all.

Pictured above are the Rev. Albert Kennington (Immanuel Church), the Rev. Blair Beaver (First Presbyterian Church) and Judy Wilkins (North Baldwin Animal Shelter.

1.937.5665 ext 2 to 

Join us on Tuesday, October 11th for our final Networking @ Noon of the year! There is no cost to attend, and lunch is provided FREE,
but RSVP is requested
please call 251-937-5665 ext 2 to reserve your seat or email 

The North Baldwin Chamber Foundation is giving away 30 Guns in 30 Days! Just in time for hunting season!

The 30/30 giveaway will take place from November 1st through November 30th 2016 where one drawing will be conducted each day over the course of 30 days, with a different prize each day. The prizes for the raffle are 30 hunting rifles and shotguns (please see complete list of rules for more information).

The North Baldwin Chamber Foundation's mission is to promote community and economic development in north Baldwin County through cooperative commitment programs that utilize a variety of market based, work ready and business development initiatives. The North Baldwin Chamber Foundation's three areas of focus  include Workforce Development & Education, Community & Economic Development and Small Business Development.

All proceeds from the 30/30 Giveaway benefit the North Baldwin Chamber Foundation and its mission. The North Baldwin Chamber Foundation is a non profit 501( c ) (3 )and is registered as such with the IRS #45-2959533.

For a complete list of rules, prizes and more information CLICK HERE!

To purchase your ticket online CLICK HERE!

The North Baldwin Chamber Foundation would like to say THANK YOU to Walmart and Outdoor Addiction for helping to make this giveaway possible, as well as to all of our Foundation Partners!

Shop Local, Support our Chamber Members!

Winners will be announced DAILY during the 30 days of giveaways on our website and through the North Baldwin Chamber Facebook Page!

For more information call 251-937-5665 or email

Reece Beasley presented Red Ribbon Week Excellence Award - 

September 23, 2016 Reece Beasley was given the Red Ribbon Week Excellence Award by the faculty of Bay Minette Elementary School and Dr. Zack Wigstrom, Principal. After writing an essay on the topic "You only have one life-Be Drug Free", Reece was selected to lead his peers in Drug Awareness and continue to encourage students to steer the drug-free path. 

Striving for on-going awareness and support  throughout the community, Reece will lead numerous fundraising opportunities and community projects to raise monies for charities of his choosing. He is asking YOU to support his efforts by joining hands with him. By donating funds, products, gift cards, time, etc., you are contributing to improving the future of our children. Anything you offer to do as a business or an individual, tremendous or minute, will go further than you can imagine. With all of us working together, Reece can make a difference. He WILL make a difference.

Have a Wonderful Week Everyone, and as always we hope to see you out and about in North Baldwin!