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Winston County delegation with Senator Bedford and Redstone Arsenal command personnel.

Winston County delegation with Senator Bedford and Redstone Arsenal command personnel.

Chad Fell
Senior Reporter

RUSSELLVILLE – Local and area officials are preparing for the 30,000 additional jobs expected to enter north Alabama with an average $81,000 annual salary by uniting to present their industries and businesses opportunities to partner with the nation’s military headquarters–the Redstone Arsenal in Madison County.

Major General Jim Myles, commanding general at Aviation and Missile Command, was special speaker to over 200 mayors, council and municipal government leaders at the A.W. Todd Center Thursday, Aug. 13, informing them there is a bright light in these dark economic times by encouraging industries and businesses to seize an economic development opportunity made possible by the Base ReAlignment and Closure Act.

Alabama AdvantageSite

For Release: June 25, 2009

 Contact: Greg Knighton
205.943.4710 telephone
gknighton@edpa.org 

BIRMINGHAM, AL (EDPA) – The Cooperative District of Winston County has received AdvantageSite designation.

The AdvantageSite program requires that community economic development organizations provide documentation specific to a proposed industrial site, including a set of standard data related to ownership/control, environmental and geotechnical conditions, and infrastructure status.

2009 Engaged Leaders for a Better Community

The Haleyville Area Chamber of Commerce’s 2009 Engaged Leaders for a Better Community program got underway on April 1, 2009 at the Alabama Power office in Haleyville, Alabama. The 2009 leadership class has 11 participants including Thomas Gilbert, Connie Handley, Deb Hill, Susan Hill, Leslie Hunter, Sue Southern, Frank Tidwell, Tany Tilberg, Craig Wakefield, Phillip Weaver, and Melinda Weaver.

Wednesday, April 1, 2009
Welcome, Program Overview, Individual and Team Development
Grady Batchelor & Nicole Cook

Leadership 2009 - Team Building

Leadership 2009 - Team Building

Leadership 2009 - Leadership As A Factor of Success

Leadership 2009 - Leadership As A Factor of Success


Alabama Mountain Lakes Tourist Association

Alabama Mountain Lakes Tourist Association



EMBARGO: September 26, 2008, noon
CONTACT: Alabama Mountain Lakes Tourist Association
PHONE: 256.350.3500 / 800.648.5381
EMAIL: info@alabamamountainlakes.org

WINSTON COUNTY’S “FREE STATE SESQUICENTENNIAL HOMECOMING CELEBRATION” NAMED EVENT OF THE YEAR
2008 North Alabama PEAK Awards

Mooresville, Ala. – September 25, 2008 – The Alabama Mountain Lakes Tourist Association (AMLA) has honored Winston County’s “Free State Sesquicentennial Homecoming Celebration” with the 2008 Event of the Year award. The award is among 10 that comprise the PEAK Awards which will be presented on Friday, September 26 during the AMLA Annual Meeting at Lake Guntersville Sate Park in Guntersville.

Talking about Blane, Canada Ltd. | Synchronist Make A Difference Awards

Blane, Canada Ltd.’s Make A Difference Award acknowledges individuals and programs that go beyond the basics. Award winners have demonstrated higher level impact beyond the narrow parameters of their own organization and individual success stories. Their entrepreneurial approach to BR|E is a benchmark others can use to measure their own success.

Winston County recipient of Making a Difference Award or Making a Difference Award.


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