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Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
Elmore Community Hospital
Alabama Wellness and Prevention Center
August 10, 2015
2:00 PM Press Release @ Elmore Community Hospital Cafeteria 500 Hospital Drive, Wetumpka
2:30 PM Ribbon Cutting @ 525 Hospital Drive
Ste B, Wetumpka
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
Grand Opening/ Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
Yoga 4 Him
July 24, 2015
102 E. Bridge Street, Wetumpka
Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting
Price Paint and Body
827 US Hwy 231, Wetumpka
New Name - Same Great Service!
(Formerly Wetumpka Paint and Body, LLC)
August 4, 2015
Back to School for Elmore County Schools, Monday, August 10th!!
Wetumpka Area Chamber of Commerce Summer Quarterly Luncheon
RESCHEDULED DATE TBA
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Wetumpka Civic Center
400 S. Main Street, Wetumpka, AL
The Wetumpka Area Chamber of Commerce
2015 Business Expo
Central Alabama Electric Cooperative
When: Tuesday September 15, 2015 from 2:30 PM to 5:30 PM CDT
Join us for the 2015 WACC Business EXPO
Central Alabama Electric Cooperative
Tuesday, September 15th, 2015
Wetumpka Civic Center
2:30 pm - 5:30 pm Free to attendees
(Vendor Booth Setup - Noon - 2:30 pm)
$50 Booth Space for WACC Members
$100 Booth Space for Non-Members
$25 for Electric (limited)
If you would like to pay online for your booth fee, please click on this link.
Deadline for EXPO participants is Friday, August 28th, 2015.
FARMERS MARKETS AND FLEA MARKETS
Santuck Flea Market
7300 Central Plank Road/Highway 9, Wetumpka, AL 36092
OPEN: August 1, Sept. 5, Oct 3, Nov. 7, Dec. 5, 2015
An outdoor flea market with more than 450 booths featuring arts, crafts, antiques, novelties,
imports, food, and more.
The Santuck Flea Market is open the first Saturday of each month
from March - December from daylight until 2pm. RAIN OR SHINE.
Santuck Flea Market and Santuck Community Center are owned and operated by community volunteers.
All proceeds benefit the Santuck Volunteer Fire Department, Santuck Community Center, and various community needs. Each month a different church or civic organization operates the kitchen in Venable Hall to raise much needed funds.
Prices: Free admission, free parking available
Link: Santuck Flea Market
TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH ANNUAL FARMER''S MARKET
5375 US Hwy 231, Wetumpka (Across from McDonald's)
Opening May 30, 2015 through Labor Day, Sept. 5, 2015
7 AM - Noon
Locally Grown Produce, Fruit, Herbs, Honey, Pickles, Jams, Jellies,
Boiled Peanuts, Plants & Locally-Made Soap
Farmers are allowed to vend their produce at no cost as part of the Church's Community Outreach Program.
Click Here for more Information.
Inviting all Artisans, Crafters, Designers & Food Producers
Wetumpka's Artisan Crafter Farmer's Market
Every Saturday, 8 AM - Noon
In Heady Soaps' Parking Lot
2872 US Hwy 231
No Charge for vendor space
Contact Lisa Wright (334) 478-3815 for Details & to reserve your space
Support Local Industry!
Local Area Flea Markets
ELMORE FLEA MARKET - - FRI-SUN
Bargain Place Flea Market. Highway 143 & 14. Off I-65 exit 186 go 6 miles North at the RR Overpass. Ample parking. Market opens at 9am and runs until dark. 50 inside dealers. An everything goes market. Lots of merchandise here, new & used, collectibles, primitives, crafts, tools, toys, advertising items. Food concessions, restrooms, h/a. Inside and outside and some covered spaces. Overnight camping available. c/p Marty Greer. (334) 514-0336 or 567-7731.
MILLBROOK FLEA MARKET - - SAT & SUN
Bonanza Farmers & Flea Market. I-65 North, exit 179. Ample parking. Lots of flea market merchandise, plus antiques, collectibles, furniture, country and farm items and locally made crafts. Food available, restrooms, h/a. Inside and outside space available from $5 inside and $3 outside. ample parking. c/p Mrs. Chris Norris, Box 485. 36054. (334) 285-5145.
MONTGOMERY - - MONTHLY
Montgomery Flea Market and Arts & Crafts Shows. Alcazar Shrine Temple. Ample parking. Seasonal market held on last Saturday of each month April through September. Antiques, collectibles, memorabilia, decorator items, lots of quality crafts. Food available, restrooms, h/a. (334) 279-9174.
MONTGOMERY - - FRI, SAT & SUN
Montgomery's Gigantic Indoor Flea Market. 2270 E. South Blvd, one block west of Wal Mart. New market, opened in 1999. Friday's 12 to 6 pm, Sat & Sun 9am to 6 pm. Free adm, antiques, collectibles, new merchandise, used merchandise, approx 200 dealers. Snack bar, restrooms, h/a, ample parking. Space from $10. per day. c/p Barbara Butler, 2270 E. South Blvd, 36116. (334) 286-5005. Fax: (334) 281-2404.
PRATTVILLE - - DAILY
T & G's Flea and Antique Mall. 742 E. Main Street. From Montgomery, 1-65 North to Exit 179. Left on Cobbs Ford Road (becomes Main St. about 4 miles on left, just past hwy 31. Indoor, permanent booths. Antiques, collectibles, new & used merchandise. Approx 225 vendors. Space from $1.20 per sq ft. Reservations required. Snack bar, ample parking, handicapped acessible, restrooms. c/p Tina or Gloria, (334) 361-4500. email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Open Mon-Sat 9-5, Sunday's 1-5.
WETUMPKA- - FRI-SUN
Trading Post Flea Market. Highway 14 West. Ample parking. New merchandise, closeouts, surplus, used merchandise, collectibles, crafts, produce, gifts, imports, country, primitives. Snack bar, restrooms, h/a. Space from $5. per day. Campground w/electricity. Auction on Friday nights. (334) 567-7728.
WETUMPKA - -1ST SAT
Santuck Flea Market. 25 miles north of Montgomery. Route 231 North to Highway 9, then six miles to the irght. Ample parking. New, used merchandise, tools, collectibles, crafts. Snack bar, restrooms. Market open March through December. c/p Jack Johnson, 662 Dexter Road, 36092. (334) 567-7400.River Parkway Market
146 Alabama River Parkway
Millbrook , Alabama 36054 (view map)
March 7th, 2015
March 21st, 2015
River Parkway Market
146 Alabama River Parkway, Millbrook, Alabama
Vendors: Contact Jim Philips at 334-799-9304
MARCH 7, 2015 GRAND OPENING!
River Parkway Market is the NEWEST outdoor Flea Market and is located right here in Central Alabama! Our location is conveniently located in Millbrook, Alabama at Prattville/Millbrook Exit 179. From Birmingham take a left at the exit and from Montgomery take a right. River Parkway Market is located 2.1 Miles on the right!CLICK HERE FOR BOOTH REGISTRATION FORM
Looking for a venue for your next event? Utilize our Market Venue for Weddings, Family re-unions, or any outdoor event!CALL 334.799.9304 FOR DETAILS AND PRICING
FARMER"S MARKET MONTGOMERY
May 16- Oct 10
The Shoppes at Eastchase
Every Saturday. The Market includes local vendors with festivities for the entire family, including several stores and restaurants from the Shoppes at EastChase participating in the events. Shoppers will continue to find unique, local items such as organic meats and milk, goat cheese, natural bath products and hand-made soaps, honey, fruit pastries, birdhouses and nursery plants. Click here
for more information.
The Elmore County Technical Center is hosting an Open House
at our facility located at
800 Kelly Fitzpatrick Drive in Wetumpka
Thursday, August 13 from 3:30 – 7:00 p.m.
Please make plans to join us that afternoon to learn more about CTE in Elmore County.
Craterfest has been rescheduled for Saturday, October 31st, 2015 from
Noon to 4 pm at Gold Star Park in Wetumpka, AL
Great Music, Arts & Crafts, KidZone, Concessions and More!
Now Open on Weekends
Jasmine Hill Gardens
Looking for the perfect local retreat? Jasmine Hill Gardens just announced they will be open every weekend. Visitors not only have flowers to entice them along the native stone walks of the gardens, but also an extensive collection of statuary, representing some of the finest works of early Greek and Roman artists, that create focal points along the way. Click here
for more information.
2015 Annual Area Events
1/26 Taste of Elmore County Wetumpka Civic Center
1/22 Chamber Board Retreat Camp Chandler
2/15 Wetumpka Mardi Gras Parade Downtown Wetumpka
2/20-4/18 Kelly Fitzpatrick Memorial Gallery Exhibition City Admin Building, Wetumpka
2/24 Chamber Annual Meeting & Reception Wetumpka Civic Center
3/5 Dr. King Crater Lecture Wetumpka Civic Center
3/7 Wetumpka Crater Tours Crater Ridge, Wetumpka
MARCH City of Wetumpka Arbor Day Ceremony Downtown Wetumpka
3/12 Southeastern Livestock Rodeo Garrett Colliseum Montgomery
3/23-3/27 Spring Break
APRIL Heritage Walking Tours at Elmore Co. Museum Downtown Wetumpka
APRIL Farm City Extension Office, Wetumpka
4/11 Millbrook Flora and Fauna Festival Lanark Nature Center, Millbrook
4/18 WACC CRATERFEST GoldStar Park, Free
4/18 Ft. Toulouse French & Indian War Encampment Ft. Toulouse, Wetumpka
4/22 Earth Day Celebrations Downtown Wetumpka
4/25 Cancer Society -Relay for Life Wetumpka High School
5/9 Old Alabama Town Herb Festival Montgomery
APRIL Marbury Civil War Living History Marbury, AL
MAY National Day of Prayer Wetumpka Old Courthouse
5/1-5/3 Coosa River Whitewater Festival Wetumpka, Free
5/2 Fort Jackson Encampment Ft. Toulouse, Wetumpka
5/20 Chamber Quarterly Luncheon Wetumpka Civic Center
MAY Leadership Elmore County Graduation Location TBA
5/23 Art on the Lake Children’s Harbor, Eclectic
MAY Attack on Swayback Swayback Trail, Wetumpka, Free
MAY WACC Membership Appreciation Cookout, GoldStarPark, Free
MAY Russell Lands Memorial Day Weekend Concert Lake Martin, AL
5/16 Elmore Antique Tractor Pull & BBQ Cookoff Elmore, AL, Free
6/10 WACC Retiree Appreciation Luncheon Wetumpka Civic Center
JUNE Alabama Nature Center General Public Weekend Millbrook, AL
JUNE Chamber StoryTelling Night Wetumpka Civic Center
JUNE Wind Creek Casino & Hotel Business After Hours Wind Creek Casino & Hotel
7/4 City of Wetumpka Fireworks & Jr Anglers Bass Open GoldStar Park, Free
7/17 Crater Crawl 5k Glow in the Dark Race Behind City Admin Bldg
7/18 City of Wetumpka River & Blues Festival GoldStarPark, Free
JULY Veteran’s Recognition Ceremony rep. Wetumpka Wetumpka
JULY Southeastern Woodcarving School & Competition Rumbling Water Studios & Gallery
JULY Annual Living in AL Communities Expo @ Capitol Montgomery
JULY Bassmasters Gold Star Park, Wetumpka
AUGUST Wags N Whiskers Bone-a-Fit Auction Humane Soc. Civic Center, Wetumpka, AL
AUGUST Edgewood Academy Schoolwide Yardsale Edgewood Academy, Elmore
AUGUST Fort Toulouse – Treaty at Fort Jackson Ft. Toulouse, Wetumpka
AUGUST WACC Political Forum Wetumpka Civic Center
8/14-8/23 Alabama Restaurant Week Statewide
8/14-8/16 Buckmasters Expo Montgomery Civic Center
AUGUST Dragon Boat Races Alabama River, Montgomery
AUGUST MudMania Race across from Sports Complex, Wetumpka
8/20 Summer Quarterly Luncheon Wetumpka Civic Center
SEPT. 1812 Tennessee Militia Camp Fort Toulouse, Wetumpka
9/1-9/30 Alabama Antique Trail Statewide
SEPT Central Alabama Electric Cooperative Golf Tournament Prattville
SEPT. Countywide Cleanup Day Countywide
9/15 WACC Business Expo Wetumpka Civic Center
SEPT. Bark in the Park Elmore Co. Humane Society Fort Toulouse, Wetumpka SEPT. Rumbling Waters Bass Tournament GoldStarPark, Wetumpka
SEPT Zombie Walk downtown Montgomery Montgomery
SEPT. Elmore Co. Emerg. Mgmnt Safety Preparedness Fair Lowe’s Wetumpka
SEPT. Titus Bluegrass Festival Titus
10/30 -11/8 Alabama National Fair Garrett Coliseum, Montgomery
OCT. Tecumseh at Tuckabatchee Outdoor Drama Tallassee
OCT. LPGA Golf Tournament, Prattville Prattville
10/15 WACC Golf Tournament Quail Walk Golf Club, Wetumpka
OCT War of 1812 Militia Camp Ft Toulouse, Wetumpka
OCT Coosa River Challenge Wetumpka, Free
OCT WHS Homecoming Parade Downtown Wetumpka
OCT Color the Town Pink Breast Cancer Awareness Walk Wetumpka Civic Center
10/10 Eclectic Cotton Festival Eclectic
10/17 Tallassee Trade Days Downtown Tallassee
10/24 Spinners Pumpkin Patch & Arts & Crafts Show Prattville
OCT Wetumpka Scary Movie night GoldStarPark
OCT Titus Maze of Terror Titus Volunteer Fire Dept,AL
10/27 City of Wetumpka Candywalk Behind City Admin Bldg, Wetumpka
10/31 CRATERFEST (Rescheduled) Gold Star Park
NOV Christmas on the Coosa Pageants Civic Center, Wetumpka
11/4-11/8 AL Frontier Days Fort Toulouse
11/7 Countywide Cleanup Day Countywide
11/5 WACC Fall Quarterly Luncheon Wetumpka Civic Center
11/28 Iron Bowl Auburn
11/13, 11/14 Charis Crafters Craft Show & Tasting Fair Wetumpka Civic Center
11/7-11/9 Tallassee Battles for the Armory Tallassee, AL
11/27 Black Friday Shopping Wetumpka
11/28 Small Business Saturday Wetumpka
11/14-12/22 ARRAC Christmas Faire (Arts & Crafts) ARRAC Center, Wetumpka
NOV Poarch Creek Thanksgiving POW WOW Atmore, AL
NOV City of Wetumpka Tree Lighting & Nativity GoldStarPark
DEC COTC Decorations Contest Downtown Wetumpka
DEC Alabama Nature Center General Public Weekend Millbrook, AL
DEC Prattville Christmas Parade Downtown Prattville
DEC Millbrook Christmas Parade Village Green Park, Millbrook
DEC. Wetumpka Tree Lighting GoldStar Park, Wetumpka
DEC Montgomery Christmas Parade Downtown Montgomery
12/12 Wetumpka Christmas on the Coosa GoldStar Park
12/12 Eclectic Holidayfest Downtown Eclectic
DEC Governor’s Mansion Candlelight Tours Montgomery
12/4 Progressive Nativity & Luminiaria Downtown Wetumpka
12/4 WACC Downtown Businesses Open House Downtown Wetumpka
DEC. Christmas on the Coosa Ball Civic Center, Wetumpka
12/31 Wetumpka’s Asteroid Drop & Fireworks Elmore Co. Courthouse
Santuck Flea Market 1st Saturday each month Santuck, AL
Bluegrass Jam Sessions 1st Saturday each month AL River Region Art Center, Wetumpka
RUMBLING WATER STUDIOS & GALLERY 2015
WOOD CARVING SEMINAR SCHEDULE
July 10th-12th Southeastern Woodcarving School - Wetumpka, AL
There is more information about each class posted there, including prices,
class descriptions, photos of the class projects and info on how to sign up for the different classes.
Rumbling Water Studios and Gallery
The studio is located at:***
295 Wharf Street
Business hours are Tuesday thru Saturday, 9 am to 5 pm.
Carole Jean Boyd, 334-868-9999
Dylan Goodson, 256-496-6797
Expedition Lanark Summer Day Camp
SUMMER CAMP CHECKLIST (click here)
Camp Fees | Directions | Online Registration | Photo Gallery
SUMMER CAMP TYPICAL DAILY SCHEDULE (click here)
Expedition Lanark is a full day summer camp that provides hands-on, outdoor educational activities that teach natural resource stewardship, develop leadership skills, and build character. Camp Descriptions
All camp sessions are co-ed and full day, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tadpole Camp (Age 5) Session dates: June 8-12 | July 27-31 (8:30-noon, you may drop off at 7:15)
Is your little one ready for summer camp, but you’re just not sure? Let Tadpole Camp be your child’s first camp experience! This unique ½ day camp designed especially for 5 year olds will introduce your mini-explorer to the outdoors in a safe, hands-on way. Parent day is Friday so be ready for your own Lanark camp experience! Reserve your child’s spot soon though as space is filling fast. Lunch is provided. Nature Navigators (Ages 6 & 7) Session dates:
June 1-5 | June 8-12 | June 15-19 | June 22-26 | July 6-10 | July 13-17 | July 20-24
Get ready to experience Alabama’s natural resources hands-on! Campers will learn about water, plants, wildlife and geology while getting down and dirty. Daily activities include but are not limited to fishing, hiking, outdoor games, observing and collecting wildlife, crafts and swimming. Come prepared to get wet because creek explorations are a must in the summer sun. Trail Blazers (Ages 8 & 9) Session dates:June 1-5 | June 8-12 | June 15-19 | June 22-26 | July 6-10 | July 13-17 | July 20-24
Get ready for sand, sun and fun! Campers will enjoy Lanark’s outdoors while fishing, hiking, swimming, and other camper favorite activities. Get wet and dirty in Still Creek while exploring wildlife habitat and competing in the sand castle building competition. Top off your week by making your own ice cream, water wars with our camp counselors and shooting bows and arrows with your friends. Heritage Explorers (Ages 10 & 11) Session dates:June 1-5 | June 8-12 | June 15-19 | June 22-26 | July 6-10 | July 13-17 | July 20-24
Participants will experience the thrill of nature while learning about conservation and natural resources through hands-on activities. Activities vary each week to captivate repeat campers as well as one-timers. Camper favorites include creek hikes, swimming, fishing, water boat races, outdoor games, animal presentations and archaeological excavation. Get ready for the thrill of unlimited outdoor fun! High Adventure (Ages 12-15)
Learn how to sharpen a knife, build a fire without matches, cook on an open fire, and much more! Go beyond band-aids and learn wilderness first aid from an experienced instructor. We’ll mix in a canoe trip and an overnight campout too! Dinner and breakfast will be provided during the campout and canoe/kayak trip, but bring your own lunch and snacks.Option A: Cedar Creek - Session dates: June 22-26 |
Campout will be at Cedar Creek Lodge in Dallas County directly on Cedar Creek. Take a trip back in time and explore ancient oyster beds while enjoying the wilderness and wildlife.Visit a rookery, lead your own expedition down Cedar Creek and rough it in the great outdoors! Option B: Coosa River - Session dates: July 6-10 |
Kayak/canoe down the Coosa and enjoy a camp out at Lanark under the stars. Be one of the lucky few who can say they experienced an ANC adventure at night! Pickup for this session is 9am Friday unless otherwise noted. Counselors in Training (Ages 12-15) Session dates: June 8-12 | July 27-31
Learn the ropes of being a camp counselor and have fun too! This program gives youth the opportunity to have a fun week at camp with hands-on learning activities. CIT staff seek to create well-grounded, self-confident campers as programs will expose them to nature through team-building activities. All CITs will shadow a skilled counselor, get certified in CPR and First Aid, and experience a mock interview on Friday! Boys in Action (BIA) (Boys Ages 10-15) Session dates: July 13-17
Calling all boys! Celebrate what it means to be a boy! If you like to climb trees, carve on sticks, cook outdoors, track animals, sneak through the woods, build forts, or just run, this camp is for you. This week we will explore honor, self-respect, wisdom, and the responsibility that comes with being a boy. We will also give the boys lots of opportunity to be boys. Activities like climbing trees, canoeing and archery will become opportunities to have fun while learning about setting safe and appropriate boundaries for ourselves. Fishing Fundamentals (Ages 10-15) Session dates: June 15-19
From the tackle to the bait and all the fishing in between, get ready to have some fun catching bass, bream and catfish! Choosing the best bait; learning how to tie a fly; mastering proper casting techniques and taking the “big one” off the hook are part of this adventure. Bring your own tackle and compete in the Friday Fishing Challenge! Gross Out Camp Sponsored by Fresh Air Family (Ages 6-9) Session dates: July 27-31
If it's gross we've got it! This award-winning science camp focuses on hands-on biology. Activities include: creek stomping expeditions for macroinvertebrates, meet-a-tree style scientific observation, and creativity such as making your own bird-poop paint (not from birds). Kids will meet live snakes in a reptile program. Learning has never been this much fun! Sponsored by Fresh Air Family. NEW CAMP!!! Yak Attack 3-day Mini-Camp (Ages 12-15) Session dates: June 29-July 1
“Yak Attack”, this camp is all about canoeing, kayaking and enjoying the water! Come join us here at ANC during this 3-day mini-camp June 29th-July 1st! Here we will focus on mastering the basics of canoeing and kayaking and will cover everything from water safety to how to react when your canoe goes under! We will top of the camp Wednesday July 1st with a guided trip down Autauga Creek! There is a minimum age limit for this camp of 12 years old and older. Life jackets and paddles will be provided all you need is your swim suit and a sense of adventure! Want your child to enjoy the outdoors the week of July 4th but still want to leave early for your 4th of July vacation?? This is the camp for you! There is limited space for this camp so sign up fast! Camp Fees
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AWF members = $15.00 store credit per child for all camp sessions. General Information Camp Facilities
Multiple children = $10.00 discount per child for all camp sessions.
**Multiple children discount does not apply to the GOS camp.
Early registration = $10.00 discount per child for camp sessions booked before May 1.
Lanark, located in Millbrook, Alabama, (just 10 minutes from Montgomery) contains four distinct destinations: AWF Headquarters, Historic Lanark, Lanark Pavilion, and the Alabama Nature Center. The Alabama Nature Center (ANC) is a Planned-Use Outdoor Education Facility offering hands-on, outdoor-based educational programs and activities. It encompasses over 350 acres of striking forests, fields, streams, wetlands and ponds that are traversed by five miles of boardwalks and trails in three distinctive regions: Still Creek Run, Turkey Ridge, and Hilltop Pass. Drop-Off and Pick-Up
Campers should be dropped off at the Lanark Pavilion between 7:15 – 8:15 a.m. and picked up between 3:30 – 4 p.m., unless other arrangements have been made. An Extended Care option is available from 4pm to 6pm for a weekly fee of $40. The AWF office is open 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday - Friday, for all other camp needs. Water Activities
Certified lifeguards supervise all swimming activities at the ANC. All campers are required to wear a personal flotation device when canoeing. Staff Information
ANC campers are led by credentialed educators and experienced counselors. Our staff must pass background checks and have taken CPR and First Aid courses. What to Bring
Each camper should bring a daypack containing the following items: swimsuit, towel, sunscreen, bug repellent, sneakers (not sandals), socks, aquatic shoes covering the toes, and a change of clothes, labeled with the child’s name. Lunch is provided, but campers should bring their own snacks and drinks each day; however, these items are available for purchase at the ANC Pavilion Outpost (gift shop). How to Register NOTE: You must register all sessions and children in one transaction to receive discounts.
Pre-registration is required with full payment to guarantee enrollment in the camp session of your choice. But hurry! Space is limited for each session. Those who register before May 1 receive a $10.00 discount per child for all camp sessions. Cancellation and Refund Policy
Less than 2 weeks notice = 50 percent refund
YMCA CAMP CHANDLER, LAKE JORDAN, WETUMPKA, AL
REGISTER FOR CAMP
SCOUTS (5-8 YEAR OLD CAMPERS)
This is an excellent introduction to resident camping. This program is aimed at the needs of younger campers. The program is highly structured with a smaller counselor per camper ratio. Campers participate in many of the same activities as older campers, but are at camp for a much shorter stay. Campers arrive between 1-3 p.m. on Sunday. Campers have two full days of activities and spend two nights. Parents are invited to camp for dinner and closing ceremonies on Tuesday night.
EXPLORERS (7-9 YEAR OLD CAMPERS)
This wonderful program offers a smooth transition from Scouts to Rangers; it is a great introduction to the one-week Ranger session. This three-night program is similar in structure to the Scouts but adds a little more interaction with the older campers. Campers arrive between 9-10 a.m. on Wednesday. Thursday and Friday are full of activities. Parents arrive Saturday morning for the parent’s day award ceremony.
RANGERS (8-14 YEAR OLD CAMPERS)
Campers may come to camp for one-week or multiple weeks. The Ranger program stresses growth in spirit, mind, and body in a highly structured program. These campers will be introduced to new activities, opportunities and friendships. Each week campers are exposed to an entire spectrum of experiences ranging from individual and quiet devotional times to loud and exuberant group activities.
PIONEERS (13-14 YEAR OLDS)
We offer a special program for our older campers with activities that are geared toward teens. Pioneers will spend their week doing regular camp activities, as well as two out-of-camp day trips like white water canoeing, rappelling, skeet shooting, hiking, or even going to a water park. They will spend a night camping out and having a cookout. They will complete a service project that will benefit the camp. This program represents a great opportunity for personal growth and development, to make new friends, and of course, to have some serious fun!
LIT’S (LEADER IN TRAINING) (15 YEAR OLDS)
YMCA Camp Chandler’s Leader In Training program is a three-week camp for motivated individuals who are ready to work and play hard, and who demonstrate additional responsibility and maturity in accepting the challenges of leadership. Space in this program is limited and not all who apply are accepted. Young people interested should fill out an application online at our website. Once the application has been reviewed, an interview will be set up at camp with the applicant and his or her parents or guardian. After the interview is complete, a full explanation of the program will be presented by the camp director. Cost for this program is equal to a one-week summer camp session.
APPLY TO BE AN LIT
S.W.A.T. (SERVANTS WORKING ALL TOGETHER)PRE-COUNSELOR POSITION FOR 16 YEAR OLDS
Newest program in our line of leadership development is the SWAT program for our motivated 16 year olds that wish to train themselves to one day join the camp staff family. SWAT members work along side camp counselors, learning the essential camp skills needed to be a successful role model for our youth and the responsibilities of the Camp Chandler program. This valuable transition between camper and staff member serves our future camp counselors well as they experience a summer of intense personal growth. There is neither cost nor compensation associated with this program. To apply for this exciting opportunity, please submit an online application or call the camp office at (334) 229-0035.
APPLY FOR THE SWAT PROGRAM
DAY CAMP (6-12 YEAR OLD CAMPERS)
New for 2015, Camp Chandler will be offering day camp Monday through Friday for select weeks for children ages 6 to 12. Hot lunch, snack, and bus transportation will be provided. Day camp is perfect for first time campers or anyone who wants to participate in some of our famous Camp Chandler activities with our fun-loving Camp Chandler staff.
MORE DETAILS ON DAY CAMP
- Wine Tastings
- Every Friday, 5-7 pm,
Memorial Day weekend through Labor DayCatherine's MarketThe tastings are usually well-stocked with tables full of friends, conversation and laughter. The tasting is only $5, and if you purchase a bottle from that night's selections, we'll apply the $5 to your purchase. How cool is that?
- Yoga on The Green at Russell Crossroads
- Every Saturday Morning, 7am,
Memorial Day Weekend through SeptemberYoga on The Green at Russell CrossroadsJoin us at 7AM Saturdays during the summer season for Yoga On The Green. The Stables as a back-drop the town green is the perfect place to discover your inner being. Great for beginners and the experienced. It would be a great idea for you to bring your mat and your water bottle.
- Fridays on the Green
- Every Friday Evening, 5:30-8pm,
Memorial Day Weekend through SeptemberThe Town Green at Russell CrossroadsWind your busy week down on the Town Green at Russell Crossroads with live music, lawn games and time with the family and friends! Come join us from 6:30 until 8:30 every Friday .
- Crossroads Garden Pancake BreakfastsMay 23, July 4, and August 29, 8:00-10:30 amThe Arts Cabin at Russell CrossroadsJoin with your neighbors or friends for a good old fashioned way to kick off a summer Saturday. Pancakes, syrup and juice or coffee, $5 (cash or check please). Benefits the Crossroads Garden.
WETUMPKA SENIOR CENTER ACTIVITIES
The Alabama Dept of Public Safety's Driver License Division will adjust its days of service in Wetumpka in June to maximize resources. Currently, the Wetumpka Examining office, at 303 Hill Street, is open from 8 A.M. to Noon and from 1:00 pm to 4:30 PM Monday through Friday. Beginning the week of June 16, 2014 the office will be closed on Thursdays. For additional details on this office or other Driver License services, visit the Alabama Department of Public Safety's website at www.dps.alabama.gov.
DRIVER'S LICENSE EXAMINATION OFFICE CLOSED ON THURSDAYS
Wetumpka Police Department offers Citizen Firearms Training
The Wetumpka Police Department will conduct citizen’s firearms classes at Wetumpka Police Department headquarters at 208 Marshall Street. Class size is limited to 20 participants and those attending must preregister. Classroom work will be from 8 am – noon, a break for lunch and the class will resume at the department firing range. Items needed for the class are a firearm, approximately 50-100 rounds of ammunition, a baseball cap, protective eyewear (sunglasses etc.) and a pistol permit, if applicable. Cost is $10 which is payable upon registration at Wetumpka Police Dept. 208 Marshall Street. Call for upcoming class schedule (334) 567-5321.
Classes are 8:00 AM - Wetumpka Police Headquarters 208 Marshall Street, Wetumpka, AL
National Active/Retired Federal Employees Association Chapter 1985, meets the third Friday of each month at the Front Porch Grill in Millbrook On Hwy 9, (Behind Rite Aid) at 8:30 AM for Breakfast/Coffee. For Info call (334) 799-2261 Tom Karrh, President. (TomKarrh@hotmail.com or Tom Karrh at 334-799-2261).
Tom Karrh President NARFE Ch1985
758 Karrh Rd
Prattville, AL 36067
Downtown Redevelopment Presentation of downtown concept plan November 7, 2013
DocumentsWetumpka Concept Plan Presentation Kick-off Meeting PresentationScope of Work MediaCity Council OKs plan for downtown projectPlanning Board hears pitches on downtown project
Other InformationTax Incentives for Historic Buildings For questions or comments please contact David Robison email@example.com City of Wetumpka awarded $450k for Revitalization with Community
Development Block Grant
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WAKA Interview with Glen Halbrooks and Exec. Dir. Vanessa Lynch
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Artwalk Wetumpka has begun courtesy of Hope Brannon, Carol Hickman and Mark Harris, with the help of Public Works and Wetumpka Pride. They have brought beautiful art work to vacant storefronts in downtown Wetumpka! Come see the unique art designed by local artisans depicting the way of life in Wetumpka with artwork on Company Street, Court Street, East Bridge St., Hill Street and Commerce Street.
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The Wetumpka Exchange Club Bass Tournament
Saturday, September 5, 2015
Labor Day Weekend
6 AM -2 PM
Gold Star Park
1st Place $2,000
Call Haywood Robbins for more info (334) 567-5456
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|Estimated Number of Boats:||40|
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9/9: How to Create a WordPress Blog - If you can email, you can blog. I am partial to WordPress (I have three personal ones) and helped to create or manage dozens more. This session covers the basics.
9/23: Agvocacy - Commercial and for profit agriculture is slammed on social media – organized social activists have a strong voice on social media and they often paint an unflattering (to put it kindly) picture of agriculture. Mid-Atlantic farmers are not immune. We need positive voices to tell our story. Learn how to effectively communicate and “agvocate”in this arena
10/14: Figuring Out Facebook Pages - My goodness! A lot has changed since Facebook first offered free pages for business and organizations. Learn how to optimize and get the most out of your Facebook page.
10/28: Snap It, Then App It - Learn how to optimize your smart phone & tablet photographs. A general review of digital photography & DSLRs will also be covered
11/11: CSA Operators
12/9: Market Research - Market research is an important part of a marketing and business plan. This webinar will review the basics of marketing research, identifying a customer and market research tools.
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