Upcoming Events

Mayor’s 100-Mile Challenge WINNERS

walking challenge


2018 Mayors’ 100 Mile Challenge Results:
(Team totals)

🏆 Teams with the most cumulative miles 🏆
1. Turbo Kick BBC 
4,661.50 Miles total
2. Cahaba Road Runners
3,029.73 Miles total
3. Midnight Death Rattle
2,416.83 Miles total
4. The Cahaba Road Runners
2,316.27 Miles
5. Court Square Strollers
2,147.56 Miles total
🏆 Teams with the highest Miles per team member 🏆
1. Bibb County Legislative Delegation
494.45 Miles per team member
2. Midnight Death Rattle
483.37 Miles per team member
3. Brent Senior Center
436.67 Miles per team member
4. Court Square Strollers
357.94 Miles per team member
5. Renew Runners
335.52 Miles per team member

2018 Mayors’ 100 Mile Challenge Individual Results

🥇 Jackie LeVert
1365.88 total miles
🥈 Cam Ward 
1147.93 total miles
🥉 Terry Cook
1049.5 total miles
4. Terry Morton
1030.30 total miles
5. Crystal Pate
707.03 total miles

 2018 Mayors’ Challenge Individual Results 

We had such great participation this year, we decided to recognize the following milestones:

🏆1000+ Miles:
Jackie LeVert
Cam Ward
Terry Cook
Terry Morton

🏆 700+ Miles:
Crystal Pate

🏆 600+ Miles
Claire Ahalt
Jamie Bishop
Glenda Lowery

🏆 500+ Miles
Wesley Graff
John Waits
Matthew Hartzell
Ben Nicholas
Charlene Taylor
Danalinn Drake
Cindy Cochran
Wes Cash

🏆 400+ Miles
Kristi Detamore
Ashlie Cash
Jeannie Meigs
Ruben Pate
Shamus Drake
Karen Hubbard

All prize winners have been notified via the email address used for the challenge runner website.

Again we want to thank all of the businesses that donated! We had some great prizes this year!!

We are looking forward to next year’s 2019 Mayors Walking Challenge.


Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Program

tax act and job workshop

The Alabama Cooperative Extension System is offering a program on the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act at 9 locations in the state.  Offered in several counties.  Counties closest to Bibb are Chilton, September 5 and Tuscaloosa, September 10.

Registration Fee: The registration fee is $15 for individuals and $60 for accountants (3.5 hours of CPE). Foresters and professional logging managers may also obtain continuing education.

TO REGISTER: (1) online and pay via credit card; (2) mail a check to 301 O. D. Smith Hall, Auburn University 36849-5608 made payable to Auburn University specifying the location and workshop; or (3) call (334) 844-5100 to register by phone.

Click for topics presented and currently scheduled dates and locations.

To Register

Grassroots Program Assessment Meeting


Bibb County Extension Grassroots Program Assessment Meeting

As a way to stay responsive to local stakeholders, and meet state and federal requirements, the Bibb County Extension Office convenes a local annual meeting involving Extension staff and members of the Bibb County Extension Grassroots Committee.  The main purpose of this meeting is to gather local feedback to develop and prioritize Extension programs in the year ahead.  Grassroots also allows Extension staff and Committee members to get acquainted or re-acquainted, discuss how improve Extension programs and quality of life for clients, and reach more people with programs and information.  A big part of the Wednesday, July 25 Grassroots meeting at the Board of Education in Centreville was a discussion on how reach more people with programs and information through digital media and more traditional means such as printed information, phone calls and face-to-face contact.  The Bibb County Grassroots Committee members are Alesa Judd, Ann Lynch, Bruce Rutledge, Byron Pugh, Cassandra Rutledge, Cynthia Winegard, Elaine Jones, Fred Lynch, Joyce Rice, Michelle Giddens, Pam Cottingham, Romaleta James, Sophia Campos, Valeria Mays and Willie Dunn.

Bibb County Parks and Trail Guide

Live Well Bibb County trail guide

If you took the Bibb County Mayors’ 100 Mile Walking Challenge, you probably already know about the great public places in Bibb County where you can enjoy the outdoors while walking.  If you don’t know, or would simply like to know more, take a look at our Extension website launched about a month ago, www.aces.edu/movemore that shows you those places, their amenities, and how to find them using your tablet or smartphone.  Move More Bibb County!

Bibb County Community Events

Bibb County

Bibb County Chamber Coffee

The Chamber’s September Coffee will be held at the Cahaba Lily Center, Main Street, West Blocton on Thursday, September 6th at 9am.


Bibb Medical Center


Lots of great gifts, jewelry, UA/AU items, and much more!!! 

Want to be an Auxiliary Volunteer?  Inquire inside the Gift Shop.

More information contact:   Jami Carlee  (205) 926-3292


Bibb County Kids and Kin Scheduled at the Brent/Centreville Library

Kids and Kin is a FREE statewide program designed to support, educate and assist grandparents, aunts, uncles or older siblings over the age of 19 who help provide care for their relative’s children age birth to age 12.  For more information please contact Barbie Briscoe  334-465-0013 or bbriscoe@familyguidancecenter.org

Click on Flyer Schedule at Brent/Centreville Library


HOPE in Bibb County Food Banks

Please Click on CALENDAR for dates & times

**Cahaba Medical Care Community Center

195 Hospital Dr., Centreville

**Lillie Star Church

10060 AL Hwy 5, Brent, AL 205.552.2911

**New Beginning Bibb/Agape Food Pantry


**First Baptist Church Pantry

1239 Main Street, West Blocton

**True Vine Thrift Store

2293 Main Street, Brent

**Brent Baptist Church Caring Center

205-926-7687 *By appointment only

**CSP – need to Pre-register

Call Charron Davis  205-926-9384