May 1, 2019
The official newsletter of the Headland Area Chamber of Commerce
Mark your Calendar...

Kingdom College International Food Fair - May 4
Yatta Abba Festival (Abbeville) - May 4
Business Showcase - May 7
Covenant Care Dementia Tour - May 8
Headland Fire Dept. Golf Tournament - May 17
Daylily Dash 5K for United Way - May 18
Under the Oaks - May 24 (As Is Band)
Under the Oaks - June 28 (Tri-State Community Orchestra)
Under the Oaks - July 26 (2-2-5 Uptown Band)
Under the Oaks - August 23 (Heyword)
Under the Oaks - Sept. 27 (The Fire Dogs)

Love Thy Neighbor
International Food Tasting Fair & Silent Auction
May 4th, 5-7pm

Benefiting local and global missions

$10 Adults, $5 Age 12&under

For more information call 334-745-5042
Living Waters Activities Building
 2130 Co. Rd 125, Headland
REGISTER today to exhibit your products and services!
Covenant Care hosts dementia event at HCHR
Covenant Care will host a Virtual Dementia Tour on Wednesday May 8 at Henry County Health & Rehab. The Virtual Dementia Tour is a teaching tool that simulates the dementia experience and allows caregivers to better understand the physical and mental challenges faced by those with dementia. Tours will be by appointment only from 10am-12pm at Henry County Health & Rehab, 212 Dothan Road, Abbeville. Registration is required. For more information or to register, contact Donna Meldon at 850-209-3054,
Free Music
on the Square
Friday, May 24
"As Is" Southern Rock Band
The HEART of Headland downtown revitalization group will host another "Under The Oaks" concert on Friday, May 24. Under the Oaks is a free live music series in the downtown square every fourth Friday through September 2019.

The band "As Is" (Mel Williams and friends) will play Southern rock, country and more on Friday, May 24, 6-9pm. Dine at a local restaurant, visit a food truck and shop the square while listening to awesome live music. Bring your own chairs or blankets and enjoy an evening of music under the oaks in Headland's beautiful downtown square.

Headland is part of the Main Street Alabama Network and is working hard on the application to become a Main Street Alabama Designated City. If you love Headland and want to help our community please plan to attend the next meeting on Monday, May 6, at 6 pm at You Never Know's Party Place next to Misty's Salon on the square . Please come if you can and invite others who may be interested in getting involved!     
April Ribbon-Cuttings
The Grille and Oyster Bar
Welcome to Headland and to the Chamber of Commerce! The Grille and Oyster Bar celebrated their grand opening with a ribbon-cutting on April 17. John Craft and Karen Carter opened up the new business in the former 3 Pigs location, 16352 U.S. Hwy 431 S in Headland They offer seafood, steaks, burgers and more. Find them on Facebook or call (334) 693-0293.
Timeless Strands Salon
The Chamber celebrated the opening of Timeless Strands Salon during their open house on April 18. Congratulations to Sandra Lee, owner of the new salon that opened in the old Taylor Barber Shop at 40 E. Church Street in downtown Headland. They offer color, cuts, perms, waxing, shaves, extensions, and much more. Services are provided for men, women, and children. Find them on Facebook or call (334) 785-5537.
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