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The Changing Seasons

100 St. Joseph Ave
Brewton, AL 36426
(251) 809-0020

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Jun 19, 2020

David Jordan | Obituary - Valdosta Daily Times

Thursday, June 18, 2020. He was born on April 4, 1960 in Hahira, GA to Brady and Marcia Jordan. He graduated from Lowndes High School, Brewton Parker College with a Bachelor of Ministry, and was an honor graduate of Southwestern Seminary Baptist Theological where he received a Master of Divinity. He pastored churches in Rogersville, AL, Columbus, GA, and Greensboro, GA. He was employed at Valdosta Toyota. David enjoyed fishing, trips to the beach, Braves Baseball and Georgia Football. He was a wonderful cook and a devoted caregiver to his Mother. He was preceded in death by his father, Brady Jordan, grandparents Jesse and Orabelle Jordan, and LE and Mildred Futch. His grandfather, LE was his best friend and they enjoyed camping and fishing at Pikes Pond. He is survived by his mother, Marcia Jordan, sister June O'Neal, brother in law Hank O'Neal, and niece Shamekia Towns O'Neal, as well as life long friends, Dr. Jim Law, AubRay Stanaland, the Hoyt Coppage Family, the Donald Cowart Family and his beloved aunts and friends. In lieu of flowers the family respectfully requests that memorial gifts be made to, The Mentor's Project of Bibb County, P.O. Box 13750, Macon, GA, 31208. Graveside services will be held at McLane Riverview Memorial Gardens on Saturday, June 20, 2020 at 11 a.m. with Dr. Jim Law and Rev. Mike Davis officiating. The family will receive friends on Friday from 5-7 p.m. at the Martin McLane Funeral Home. Condolences to the family may be conveyed online at Martin McLane Funeral Home. Published on June 18, 2020 ...

Jul 14, 2016

Sprucing up downtown Logan with an array of colorful flowers

June. Logan in Bloom decided to re-enter the America in Bloom competition this year in honor of the Bicentennial, and will be joining Brewton, Alabama; Belpre, Ohio; and Kimberly, Wisconsin in the 5,000 to 10,000 population category. The city will be evaluated in several categories, including floral displays, landscaped areas, urban forestry, environmental effort, heritage preservation and overall impressions. One judge who visited Logan was Evelyn Alemanni, who is a self-employed writer and award-winning gardener from Elfin Forest, California. She has judged for AIB since 2003, visiting more than 150 towns in 10 countries. The other was John “Jay” Harper, who is a third-generation horticulturist who operates Harper’s Landscape and Gardening Center with his two brothers in Scottsdale, Arizona. The City of Logan received several awards during its years of competition (2004 to 2007), including an outstanding achievement award, community champion, population category winner, YouTube video award, and other special awards. In 2005 and 2006, Logan was awarded the outstanding achievement award for community involvement. “It’s probably the most difficult award to receive because it’s not just for our population category, that’s for all cities. There are about 45 up to 200 cities that enter every year. We were up against cities like New York City, New York, Riverside, California and places like that. We were up against some big cities,” added Webb. “People in our community are amazing at volunteering and there are a lot of things that wouldn’t take place in our community if you didn’t have volunteers,” he continued. Businesses downtown also donated money to buy strings of lights to dangle across Main Street. They wanted to make driving through the area a nice experience but ran into a big problem. “The bases of the light poles were installed incorrectly when they were put in so they’ve rusted. We usually hang planters on them but we were unable to this year. It’s also corroded in there and impacted the electricity that is running to those strings of lights,” he stated. “Hopefully they will get those repaired at some point in time because we have a wonderful Christmas display of lights that we hang on the poles and I don’t think we’ll be able to use them this year. To repair the poles could cost the City of Logan $120,000. It’s a big bill and it’s probably going to take a while to repair,” added Webb. Webb said he enjoys helping with the revitalization of downtown Logan but there is a lot of work to do. “I love it. It’s about quality of life issues. It’s about making a city a community. It’s about pulling people together. It’s been shown that when you use flowers and trees it does that, it creates and inviting atmosphere. “It creates an environment where people can take pride in their community. There is a great deal of pride in Logan, and we need to expand on that,” concluded Webb. Recommended article from Most Labour MPs in the UK Are Revolting. (Logan Daily News)

Feb 2, 2016

West Florida, Navarre win district championships

Moye barely missed the triple-double as he finished with 12 points, 10 assists and 9 rebounds. Chase Dixon added 12 points and 9 rebounds. Justice Brewton led the Royals with 24 points. At Jay Central 68, Jay 51 Central…20 17 19 12–68 Jay…6 9 19 17–51 Central (14-10) – Brad Moye 12, Cody Abel 9, Brian Hatcher 6, Chase Dixon 12, Tristan Ellison 19, Garrett Bradley 7, Tyler Schuck 3. Jay (4-18) – Justice Brewton 24, Dutch Burkhead 9, Reid Kelly 2, Jackson Flowers 3, Steven Archer 5, Joseph Cook 8. Central stats – Moye 9 rebounds, 10 assists; Abel 14 rebounds; Ellison 12 rebounds; Dixon 9 rebounds; Bradley 4 steals. Next – Central plays host to Poplar Springs on Tuesday in District 1-1A tournament; Jay plays Northview in District 3-1A tournament at Freeport on Monday. Navarre explodes in fourth for win Demetreus Paige scored a game-high 30 points as the Navarre Raiders closed out the regular season on a strong note with a 63-55 win over Gulf Breeze. The game was tied going into the final period, but Navarre outscored the Dolphins 27-19 in the final stanza to take the 8-point win. Perin Foote led the Dolphins with 20 points. At Gulf Breeze Navarre 63, Gulf Breeze 55 Navarre…14 13 9 27–63 GBHS…14 14 8 19–55 Navarre (16-9) – Juwan Bracey 8, Demetreus Page 30, Tre Baker 5, Quinton Wiley 9, Dominic Riddle 3, Marcus Richardson 9. GBHS – Perin Foote 20, Brennon Sise 9, Owen Hayes 2, Ethan Phyfe 4, Hayden Frierdrich 8, Cole Sheppard 6, Bradley Proctor 6, Ole Smollich 2. Next – Navarre plays at Tate at 7 p.m. Tate rallies past Northview The Tate Aggies outscored Northview 22-15 in the fourth quarter to rally past Northview 66-61 on Friday. After the Aggies jumped out to a 20-8 first quarter lead, Northview outscored them 21-10 in the second quarter to take a 29-28 halftime lead and stretched that to a 46-41 lead going into the final period. Jordan Watkins led the Aggies with 19 points while Hunter Girdner had 12 points and 9 rebounds. CJ McGee added 11 points and 9 boards. At Tate Tate 66, Northview 61 Northview…8 21 17 15–61 Tate…20 10 13 22–66 Northview – Ward 20, Van Pelt 7, Robinson 12, Wiggins 2, Jones 11, Campbell 9. TATE (3-15) – Jaylen Mobley 2, Hunter Girdner 12, Jordan Watkins 19, Angelo Santos 9, C.J. McGee 11, Mike Alexander 9, Matt Harvell 4. Tate stats – Girdner 9 rebounds; McGee 9 rebounds; Harvell 8 rebounds; Santos 6 steals. p... (Pensacola News Journal)

Dec 30, 2015

Pinecrest High School Honor Roll

Eric Blake, Rebekah Kate Bowles, Emory Allison Bradley, Madelaine Elizabeth Bradley, Anna-Grace Brammer, Carolina Bravo-Garcia, Caroline Kate Brewton, Larcie Ann Britt, Emily Nicole Carlson, Alexa Cecelia Castro Giovanni, Joseph John Cimadamore, Briana Destiny Clark, Zachary Reid Clark, Keeley Alexis Copper, William Bennett Crouch, Evan Robert Dewars, Brianna Nicole Diaz, Maya Manubhai DiFrischia, John Scott Donoghue, Brooklyn Faith Doorey, Sarah Rose Dorrel, Hunter Thomas Ferguson, Keegan Angelina Foyles, Zachary William Furie, Catherine Deborah Goodman, Chloe Annette Graham, Jada A Graham, Hannah Elizabeth Gulley, Morgan Elise Haase, Anna Katharina Hagedorn, Allyson Cordelia Harvel, Cameron Michael Henderson, Emily Rachel Herbst, John Robert Hildebrand, Jordan Leigh Hunt, L'Asia Monee' Jackson, Corbyn Alexander Karshner, Brooklyn Caroline Kuhn, Alyssa Nicole Kushner, Anna Grace Kuzma, William Jackson Ledbetter, Anna Stanton Lee, Gabriel Crist Lett, Benjamin D. Lewis, Eric Li, Logan Ransom Listrom, Olivia Lorraine Longfellow, Salah Aunyea Lucas, Elizabeth Blanche Mann, Hannah Nicole Maples, Roman Isaac Mark, Alexander Christian May, William Dyson McDearmon, Mary Catherine McKay, Jokeah Olivia McLean, Sarah Margaret McVay, Ellie Joelle Meche, Parker Elizabeth Mecimore, Britton Tyler Melia, Carley Raeanna Modlin, Nadeyah Serena Morman, Weston Lee Murdock, Asia Phan Nguyen, Theresa Chinh Nguyen, Connor Steven Odom, Ethan Ricardo Ong, Presley Blake Ostert, Braydon Layne Peery, Owen Garrin Peterson, Charles Jackson Pitts, Madison Barrett Pry, Shakiya Amil Purcell, Drake Arthur Richards, Olivia Kathryn Richards, Danielle Nicole Richmond, Ella Ray Riesberg, Tameshia Patrice Rogers, Kylie Jordan Rose, Alexander Keane Sass, Christopher Marius Schaefer, Charles Whitney Sewell, Elizabeth Paige Sherman, Dayton Thomas Simpson, Ryan Parker S... (Southern Pines Pilot)

Nov 7, 2015

Alabama business's faux flower arrangements featured everywhere from "Scandal ...

Photo: NDI – Natural Decorations, Inc. Facebook page Brewton, Ala. — The next time you see an artificial flower arrangement in some of the country’s most upscale department stores and magazines, you’re probably looking at a beautiful centerpiece made right Here in Alabama. Natural Decorations, Inc. (NDI), led by Joe and Carol Gory, has been a leader in the flower business for over 50 years. Carol Gordy, now CEO and Owner of NDI, is a floral designer with a love for the high quality of the NDI product as well as the excellent customer service that her company provides. NDI claims in their slogan that their quality flower are the “only alternative to real flowers” and being one of the world’s foremost provider of floral and botanical reproductions seems to support that claim. However, NDI hasn’t always been such a leader in the industry. When Gordy first joined the NDI company in 1985 as Sales and Marketing Director, she was asked to study the artificial floral industry and report back on NDI’s current position in the market. “After my st... (Yellowhammer News)