Tuesday, June 14th, 2016
It's another Terrific Tuesday and we don't want you to miss a thing! Here's what's going on This Week in North Baldwin:

RIDEYELLOW is an Infirmary Health charity bike ride held annually on the Saturday before Father's Day. The ride begins at Halliday Park in Bay Minette, Alabama, with a 6-mile tribute ride. Individuals can choose to participate in only the tribute ride or continue by pedaling the 10, 20 (new for 2016), 37 or 62 mile route at their leisure. Rest stops are available along the way and food, beverages and vendor booths are available when riders return to the park.

RIDEYELLOW was founded in 2007 by Ann White-Spunner and Mary Trufant to raise awareness of cancer and to draft grassroots support for their mission of inspiring and empowering people affected by cancer. Since its inception, RIDEYELLOW has donated more than $400,000 to various cancer charities!

Market Days returns THIS SATURDAY!!!

This year, we've got an offer that no chamber member can refuse!

CHAMBER MEMBERS receive FREE vendor space at the event!

(Non Member space is $15 per event)

CLICK HERE for your space reservation form

Contact Kristina at 251-937-5665 ext 3 or kristina@northbaldwinchamber.com
for more information!
An afternoon of Southern Story-Jamming will be held  2 p.m. Saturday  at Bicentennial Park in Stockton. Tickets will be available at the door, $10 adults, $5 for children age 12 and older. Children under the age of 12 are free. The event is a benefit for the Little Red Schoolhouse Project sponsored by the Baldwin County Department of Archives and History. The rare Rosenwald school is slated to be moved to Bicentennial Park, where it will serve as a living history museum.

American Legion: Hamburger Lunch, This Friday, June 17th

11am to 1pm

Delivery or Pick up!

Walk in order welcome!

Call after 8am on Friday, 

Proceeds Benefit Veterans, their Families and the Community.

On the 3rd Wednesday of every month the Pine Grove Volunteer Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary would like to invite all senior citizens to come and join us for lunch. 

Every month there is something different on the menu. Do you know someone who is home bound and cannot get out? Let us know we can schedule a lunch to be delivered. Not a senior? Come dine for a $5 donation. Come out and eat lunch with us or come in we have to go plates available from 11-2. 

Call the Wanda Chandler at 251-937-5040 or Dot Martin 251-937-6177 for menu details or home bound information details.

FAULKNER STATE Community College is launching a new program to connect local water and wastewater employers to a pool of interested students: the next generation of water and wastewater professionals in our area. The program will prepare students to take the certification 
test(s) required to work in this field.

Water and wastewater management
careers are interesting, stable, local and  profitable - and they are here to stay.  Whether these students are new to the  field or upgrading their skills, they are crucial to help close the gap between current workforce projections and expected retirements within the next decade.

Classes start this summer!

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