Vote for your favorite tree – 2016

You get to choose the winner of the Community Favorite award! Check back to this page on December 4 to vote for your favorite. Voting will end at 10 am on December 10. Winners of all the awards will be announced  on December 10 at the Cahaba Lily Center on Main Street in West Blocton immediately following the Christmas Parade. (Voting poll will appear here starting on December 4.) [poll...
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2015 Tinsel Trail Awards

The awards for the 2015 Tinsel Trail were given out at the Cahaba Lily Center on December 12 following the West Blocton Christmas Parade. The winners are as follows: Talk of the Trail Award – given to the tree with the best theme Winner: American Legion Post 47   Decorated By: American Legion Auxiliary Unit 47 Honorable Mention: Bibb County Citizens for Wildflowers Tiger Pride Award...
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Vote For Your Favorite Tree – 2015

You get to choose the winner of the Community Favorite award!   [poll id=”0″] Also, be sure to vote on Facebook as well.
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Volunteer Opportunity – Work Day – Thursday, March 28

Work Day at the Park Thursday, March 28, 2013 Starts at 9 am Looking for a way to get involved in the park? Join us for a work day! You don’t have to bring anything, but we can always use  rakes, snips or wheelbarrows if you are able to bring some. Work gloves come in handy as well. Water will be provided. Stay as long as you want or are able. The main focus will be on removal of privet...
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Trade Days at the Coke Ovens Park!

West Blocton is having Trade Days on Saturday, November 10 and Sunday, November 11 at the West Blocton Coke Ovens Park. The hours are 8 am to 5 pm each day and admission is free. Bring a picnic lunch and tour the historic beehive coke ovens from the elevated boardwalk before or after you finish browsing the various wares. There is plenty of room for the children to run and play. Also, the rest...
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First Interpretive Sign Installed in the Park

The West Blocton Coke Ovens Park now has its first interpretive sign. The sign was made possible by a grant from the Tombigbee Resource Conservation & Development Council. In addition to creating the sign, the grant allowed the park to create a comprehensive signage plan outlining future signs for visitor orientation, park interpretation and wayfinding. The project was completed in...
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