See what's happening in Selma and Dallas County.
Did you know your Chamber was being recognized nationally?
Owning a home is as much a part of the American Dream as baseball and apple pie. "Read More" to find out how the USDA can help you reach that goal!
In conjunction with the City of Selma, the Chamber is excited to welcome experts from AIDT to Selma to host an engaging customer service workshop. Participants will receive a certificate and invaluable skills you can use when looking to advance your career!
Do you work with a local annual event? It is time to set your 2018 date NOW! If sent to the state by June 30, your event could be printed in the statewide vacation guide!
Are you or your kids looking for something fun to do this summer? Check this out.
Call the library to reserve your spot 334-874-1730
Jan. 23, 30 | Let it Snow
Feb. 6, 13, 20, 27 | Love My Friends
Mar. 6, 13, 20, 27 | St. Patrick's Fun
Apr. 3, 10, 17, 24 | April Showers
Come and bring your little one for music and learning fun! Parent or care-giver required. Ages 6months-3years
New Possibilities Youth Center After School Program
Monday through Thursday
Grades 6,7, & 8
3:30 pm-6:00 pm
Sister Kathy, Director 334-872-2359
Patrick Evans: Coordinator
Registration: Monday, August 15, 2016 3-6pm at 1108 Griffin Avenue
Sponsored by the Edmundite Missions
Forcing branches and bulbs with Catherine Gilmer
Cooking demo with Ann Murray
For more info, call 874-9622
As of December 16, 2016, the Auburn University Singers celebrated 45 years as one of Auburn's greatest traditions. A highly select auditioned show choir of 36 singers, 12 instrumentalists, and two technical personnel, the choir was founded in 1972 by Dr. Thomas R. Smith who envisioned adding an extra dimension to music at Auburn, that being choral entertainment. The choir is now under the direction of Dr. Dale Farmer, himself a Singers alumnus, with instrumental direction by Dr. Michael Pendowski. Believing that excellent choral singing and instrumental accompaniment are of utmost importance, AU Singers seeks to provide choral entertainment for all ages with diverse musical styles including Broadway, pop, country, classical, vocal jazz, and the new pop a cappella style. In a spirit of enhancing its rich tradition, songs known as "Singers Classics," which have performed through the years, are integrated into each production.
Andrew Swindle, Selma native and Auburn University Senior, will be performing.
Organizer of Auburn University Singers Presented by the Selma Community Concert Association
The Selma Community Concert Association is a non-profit 501(c) 3 organization proudly presenting live music and performing arts to Dallas County and the surrounding area for 77 consecutive years.
For further information call Doris Holland (334) 531-6586.