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  • wMayor and  Barry Mott

    Mayor William E. Cooper congratulates Barry Mott on his appointment March 16 as the new Director of Public Works and Engineering.

  • wMayor, Council congratulate Mott

    Mayor William E. Cooper and senior city leaders welcome Barry Mott to the City of Enterprise as the new Director of Public Works and Engineering.

  • wBill and Bunny Hensley,beer

    Bill and Bunny Hensley take refreshment after Half-Pint Run

  • wBill Baker and kids

    Bill Baker and Grandsons get ready to participate in the festivities.

  • wBill Hensley drinking beer

    Bill Hensley tries out Green-Eyed Monster Irish beer.

  • wBrewski,Ben,Alyssa

    wBrewski,Ben,Alyssa

  • wCassidi and Paul

    Chamber of Commerce volunteers Cassidi Kendrick and Paul Sherling help at the registration table.

  • wChamber tent, snacks, gifts

    Snacks were available at the Chamber of Commerce tent at Crossfit, where the Run/Walk ended.

  • wChristopher Lydick dancing 1

    Christopher Lydick does an improptu Irish dance before the World’s Smallest St. Patrick’s Day Parade got started.

  • wChristopher Lydick dancing 2

    Christopher Lydick shows off his fancy footwork.

  • wCrossfit, Randy Smith

    wCrossfit, Randy Smith

  • wCrowd near end of race

    The crowd approaches Crossfit, where refreshments and more activities await them after the Half-Pint Run/Walk.

  • wDenine and Dawn

    Denine Richey and Dawn Johnson were happy to be celebrating St. Patrick’s Day a little early, on March 13.

  • wDenine Richey

    Volunteer Denine Richey rocked her St. Paddy’s Day costume as she helped with the day’s festivities, sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce.

  • wDog with bandana

    Shannon and Gary Latona’s furry buddy came dressed for success.

  • wFamily walking

    The March 13 World’s Smallest St. Patrick’s Day Parade was a great day for families like this one.

  • Gibson McNally and Karen Kelley enjoyed the day together.

    wGibson and Karen

  • wGroup walking,BWM in background

    Downtown Enterprise was dotted green with St. Patrick’s Day celebrants.

  • wHelen Earnest, Leamon Lee

    wHelen Earnest, Leamon Lee

  • wJosh,Brian,Jason with beer

    wJosh,Brian,Jason with beer

  • Memorial Dedication Marker, Mayor with family members

    Memorial Dedication Marker, Mayor Cooper with family members

  • VA Home announcement  Jan 2020

    Mayor Cooper, VA Home announcement

  • Centennial volunteer appreciation awards

    Boll Weevil Centennial Celebration volunteers thanked

  • Mayor Cooper, Adalyn Collins cut cake

    Mayor Cooper, Adalyn Collins cut cake at Centennial Appreciation Awards Ceremony

  • Family members look at Boll Weevil Monument Centennial plaque

    Family members of honored pioneers look at Boll Weevil Monument Centennial Marker

  • Mayor speaks at Centennial Marker dedication

    Mayor Cooper speaks at Centennial Marker dedication

  • Charlotte gets pickle

    Charlotte gets pickle

  • Gayle Pouncey

    Gayle Pouncey

  • Marsha Edghard booth

    Marsha Edghard booth

  • Monument,fireworks 1

    The Boll Weevil Monument glows in red as fireworks celebrate its 100th birthday.

  • Mayor cuts Centennial Cake

    Mayor William E. Cooper gets ready to cut the Boll Weevil Monument’s Centennial birthday cake at The Rawls during the Centennial Celebration Dec. 11, 2019.

  • BWM,confetti,wideshot

    BWM,confetti,wideshot

  • AKK-999_384 copy

    Enterprise native Katie Boyd Britt delivers a powerful message at the Dec. 11, 2019 Boll Weevil Monument Centennial Celebration.

  • Enterprise Alabama city park with a fountain

    Slideshow Enterprise Alabama city park with a fountain

  • Enterprise Farmers market sign and entrance

    Slideshow Enterprise Farmers market sign and entrance

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