A Thank You from Pickensville Mayor

Words cannot express the gratitude the Town of Pickensville and Pickensville Community Affairs have  for the support, financially, that has been shown to us.

The Town of Pickensville and Community Affairs is still in awe from the benefits. We are so grateful to all those people that helped make it possible, the vendors, and to all the people that came and showed their support.

We are also grateful to the many volunteers that came out to work at the Pickensville 13th Annual Pre-Fireworks Show and Pickenville’s Bicentennial Celebration.

Special thanks to the Law Enforcement of Pickens County Sheriff’s Department, Aliceville, Gordo, Carrollton Police Department, and Pickensville Fire Department for help making this event safe and secure for all citizens.

We also would like to thank J&M Displays (Yarmouth, Iowa) for giving the Town such a spectacular event.

We also would like to thank the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Tom Bevill Lock and Dam Visitor Center for assisting the Town with this event every year.

The Mayor and the Council would also like to thank Pickensville Community Affairs Vice-Chair and the Town Clerk Ms. Sidra Simpson for working diligently to make this event a success.

Special thanks to our donors who helped make this event possible:

• Vail Constructon, Pickensville,

• St. John Missionary Baptist Church, Pickensville

• West Alabama Bank, Carrollton

• Skelton Funeral Home, Reform

• Parker Towing, Tuscaloosa

• Tenn Tom Truckstop, Brooksville, Miss.

• Betty Hinton & Henry Hinton, Uniondale, NY

• Los Dos Amigos, Aliceville

• South Finest Meats, Tuscaloosa

• Court Square Coffee, Carrollton

Special Special Special Thank You To Alabama Bicentennial Commission Foundation For Awarding The Town Of Pickensville And Pickensville Community Affairs With A Community Grant Of $2500.00 Used To Help In The Celebration Of The Alabama Bicentennial By Promoting The Tourism Aspect Of The Town Through Alabama’s And Pickensville’s Rich History.

Thank You,

Mayor Donald Sherrod