Tuesday, April 5th, 2016
Spring has Sprung in North Baldwin and there is so much fun to be had for everyone! Check out what's going on This week in North Baldwin:
The Mayor's Prayer Breakfast group is sponsoring a Public Form from 6:30 to 8 p.m.  April 7 at Bay Minette City Hall. The forum will serve as an opportunity to discuss ways to be proactive in handling situations with youth.

"Providing positive mentoring and role models for our youth is a growing concern not only locally but nationwide," Mayor Bob Wills said. "Discussions regarding this issue at a recent Mayor's Prayer Breakfast meeting lead to the decision to hold a forum where people throughout the community could voice their thoughts and opinions on how to help create a better environment for our young people with public officials and clergy who deal with these types of matters on a regular basis."

The forum will have a moderator and discussion panel and the public is encouraged to participate as well. "The intent is to come away with some positive ideas to be implemented which will be a benefit to our youth and as a result to our entire community," Wills said.

Mayor Wills will open the forum and Retired Judge Robert Wilters will serve as the moderator.

Serving on the discussion panel includes: Police Chief Clarence Crook, City of Bay Minette; Sheriff Huey "Hoss" Mack, Baldwin County; Judge Scott Taylor, Baldwin County District Court; Principal Craig Smith, Baldwin County High School; Superintendent Eddie Tyler, Baldwin County Public Schools; and the Rev. Derrick Bishop, Delivery Ministry.

The Rev. Edna Dixon, who leads the monthly Prayer Breakfast, will welcome everyone at the public forum. Chaplain Robert Gates with the Bay Minette Police Department will give the invocation.

Bay Minette City Hall is at 301 D'Olive Street in Bay Minette. For more details call 251-580-1625.

Lunch from the American Legion!

This Friday, April 8th!

BAMA BOYS LIVE at the Legion!

This Saturday, April 9th!

North Baldwin Relay Season is underway and 
every year they host a Survivor Dinner to 
honor our local Survivors and Caregivers!

There is no cost to attend but an RSVP is requested.
CLICK HERE for all the details!

Sign up a team!
Join a team!
Register as a survivor!
Make your donation!

Gulf Coast Media  needs your help with this year's edition of BIG BEAUTIFUL BALDWIN! 

They want to feature the BEST of BALDWIN COUNTY! 

Has your business been recognized this year? Be sure to let them know, they are telling our story and want to share your good news!

For more information contact Allison Woodham at 
251-249-0164 or allison@gulfcoastmedia.com

Our next Networking @ Noon is approaching... have you reserved your seat yet????

This FREE Networking Lunch is offered Quarterly at the North Baldwin Chamber office, our next lunch is 
Tuesday, April 12th at NOON!

Reserve your seat TODAY! 

Contact Kristina at 251-937-5665 ext 2 or kristina@northbaldiwnchamber.com
The City of Bay Minette is offering an Early Bird discount for memberships to the Bay Minette Municipal Pool. 

From now through  May 12 there will be a $25 discount for all membership levels. The city is also offering a special Saver's Card option. The cards are $35 each and allow for six entries to the pool throughout the summer season. The regular Daily Admission rate is $8 per person. The Saver's Cards will also be sold through  May 12.


The annual Wild Game Cook-Off features teams offering up samples of the area's best wild game as well as dishes routinely served at area hunting and fishing camps. Admission is $15.

A Project Group from this year's Leadership Baldwin County Class will be hosting an

Afternoon to... Discover the Delta! 
on Sunday April 17th from 3-5pm at 5 Rivers 

There will be a showing of 'America's Amazaon' FREE with a panel discussion on the diversity of our Delta immediately following the film!

The 2016 Day of Dance will be held on Saturday, April 16th from 8am to 5pm at the BCHS Gym!

This will be a fun day of dance instruction for beginner, intermediate, and advanced  dancers, as well as include a flag spin session to introduce the basics of color guard.

The day will be devoted to developing dance fundamentals, as well as learning fun  routines with unique choreography taught by the Tigerettes and Tiger Guard. We  will end the Day of Dance with a special performance for parents.

**Fundamentals for Tigerette & Tiger Guard Auditions will be taught!**

  Email Elizabeth.B.Byrd@gmail.com for more information

*There will be a $5.00 late registration fee for those who register after April 5.


The Baldwin County Department of Archives and History will be hosting their Annual 'Old Time Country Festival' on Saturday, April 30th from 9am to 4pm at Bicentennial Park in Stockton, AL.

There will be Plowing & Blacksmith Demonstrations, Live Entertainment, Quilters, Inflatables for the kids and so much more!

Admission is FREE!

Contact the Department of Archives and History for more information, 251-580-1897.

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