Upcoming Events

Christmas on the Square



Friday, December 7, 2018

Parade starts at 5:30 P.M. and ends on the Centreville Courthouse Square.  There will be vendors for food and shopping and don’t forget the adopted Christmas Trees.  The trees will be judged for first, second and third places.

Bibb County 4-H Youth Leadership will be selling HOT DOGS plus!!!!  

To adopt a Christmas Tree click MORE INFORMATION & complete FORM TO ADOPT.

Click TO ENTER PARADE.     Vendors click HERE.

Email your forms to bcchristmasparade@gmail.com OR

Hand deliver to Centreville City Hall (205)926-5052 or Bibb County Extension Office (205)926-4310.



Bibb County Professional Logging Managers (PLM) Seminar

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Bibb County Professional Logging Manager (PLM) Seminar

Five (5) PLM & Continuing Forestry Education Units (CFEs)

Tuesday, December 11, 2018   –    8:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Sawmeal Restaurant, 6880 Alabama Highway 5, Brent, AL  35034

NO FEE; pre-register at 205-926-4310 by 4:00 PM Friday, December 7

Lunch will be provided (LIMIT 50 participants)

For Flyer & More Information Click HERE

SPONSORED BY: Bibb County Natural Resources Committee & KyKenKee    

2018 Forestry Awareness Week Now (F.A.W.N.)

Bibb County Forestry Awareness Week Now (FAWN) 2018 Program for Bibb County Schools

FAWN 2018 was a natural resources education program held in mid-October for 534 5th and 6th graders at West Blocton Middle School, Centreville Middle School, and Randolph Elementary School. The purpose of FAWN is to provide engaging natural resources education to youth through interactive presentations by forestry, wildlife, environmental and other related professionals, with an emphasis on conservation, forest stewardship, outdoor recreation and careers in natural resources.

West Blocton Middle School 

Centreville Middle Schoole 

Randolph Elementary 


Blocton History Day

Blocton History Days

West Blocton Coke Ovens Park

Sunday, November 4, 2018

2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Everyone is invited to attend.  You are welcome to bring your old Blocton photos, family treasures, heirlooms, and other Blocton memorabilia.  Picnic tables will be provided under the pavilion for you to showcase your items.  It will be a great way to spend a fall afternoon – visiting the newly cleaned Coke Ovens and sharing Blocton history.  Reserve your table by calling 205-532-0812 or messaging the West Blocton Coke Ovens Park on Facebook.  There is NO charge for a table or to attend, however donations for the Park are welcome.

West Blocton Coke Ovens


Bibb County Community News

Bibb County

Bibb County Chamber Coffee

November’s Coffee will be held at the Chamber Depot on Thursday, November 1st at 9am. It will be hosted by Servpro of Centreville, Marion, and Selma.

Come celebrate the partnership of our own Bibb County Career Academy with Lawson State Community College. Join us for OPEN HOUSE December 11 @ 9:00 AM to learn more about upcoming excellent training opportunities.  Click FLYER for more information.

Valerie Cook – Bibb County, AL. Chamber of Commerce, Director


Bibb Medical Center

This is your time to see if you can find lower premiums and extra benefits.

Look at your Medicare Health plan choices for 2019.

Call for more information 205-926-3288 or email maverette@bibbmedicalcenter.com

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


HOPE in Bibb County Food Banks

Please click November’s CALENDAR for dates & times

Contact for Thanksgiving Dinner  –  205-966-4988

Lillie Star Church

Thursdays – 205-535-0421

Cahaba Medical Care Community Center

195 Hospital Drive, Centreville

Agape Food Pantry/New Beginning Bibb

205-361-7351  kmcmillan@cchs.ua.edu

First Baptist Church Pantry

1239 Main Street, West Blocton

True Vine Thrift Store

2293 Main Street, Brent   205-828-2152

Brent Baptist Church Caring Center

205-926-7687  *By appointment only  *Need a valid photo ID

CSP – need to Pre-register

Call Charron Davis  205-926-9384

First Baptist Church of Woodstock

Highway 5 & Coldwater Road, Woodstock

Soup Kitchen

1728 Main Street, Brent    205-876-6931

Alabama’s National Livestock Team


Front: Jacob Meadows (Houston), Dalton Andress (Houston) Ben Lambert (Bibb), Daniel Riggs (Tuscaloosa)
Back: Heather Gladney (Tuscaloosa), Leah Ray (Tuscaloosa), Josie Chance (Bibb), Todd Crim (Tuscaloosa)

Bibb County 4-H Livestock Team members attends National 4-H Livestock Quizbowl in Nebraska

Bibb County had multiple students participate in the National 4-H Livestock Quizbowl and Aksarben Quizbowl Contests. Alabama’s National team placed third overall at the contest and the Alabama’s Aksarben team placed second. This is Bibb County’s second year in a row at the National 4-H Contest.

Quizbowl practices are held Tuesdays from 4:30-6:00pm at the Bibb County Extension Office, all students 9 and up are welcome to join!

Simon Carbone, Bibb County 4-H Foundation Agent


Bibb County Extension Master Gardeners

Master Gardeners Class of 2017The members of the 2017 Bibb County Extension Master Gardener class have stayed together as a group since the class ended in July 2017.  They have logged nearly 1,000 volunteer hours since that time in leading several community service projects.  Those projects include plantings at Bibb Medical Center Nursing Home and the Brent-Centreville Library, as well as herbs classes that educated 64 Bibb County residents on how to care for and cook with herbs as a healthy nutritional substitute for salt.  At the group’s September meeting, they welcomed Tuscaloosa County Master Gardener and new Bibb County resident Tina Barnes.

Also, Bibb County Extension Coordinator Matt Hartzell recognized the 2017 class members present as fully certified Master Gardeners by giving them certificates and name badges.  Pictured are (L-R) Scott Giddens, Pam Cottingham, Michelle Giddens, Tina Barnes, Cindy Ragland, Sharon Hope, Charlotte Dodson and Megan Johnson.  Group members and certified Master Gardeners not pictured are Simon Carbone, Elaine Jones and Suzanne McKinley.  Group members discussed next steps at their meeting, including a potential 2019 Bibb County Master Gardener class in late winter/early spring.