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FEB. 19

The next Fort Rucker Military Officers Association of America dinner will be held on Saturday, Feb. 19, at 6 pm in The Landing on Fort Rucker. Those wishing to attend please contact Mary Rutkowski at (334) 347-4966 prior to Feb. 16 to reserve a seat and dinner. Dress is semi-formal, informal civilian, or business casual. There will be a social hour as well as a guest speaker with relevant information to the military and retiree audience.

FEB. 24

The Wiregrass-Enterprise Chapter 1807, National Active and Retired Federal Employees, will hold its monthly luncheon program at 11 am Thursday, Feb. 24, at the Enterprise Country Club. Todd and Angie Boland, owners of Sorrells Funeral Home and Crematory, will be the guest speakers. All federal employees, active or retired, are invited to attend the luncheon programs at the same time every fourth Thursday of the month. For more information, contact Frank Zerbinos at or text to (334) 447-8092.


The German Coffee Club will not meet in February but will meet again on Tuesday, March 1 at The Landing on Fort Rucker in the ballroom at 9:30 am There will be a Faschings program and lunch will be bratwurst and sauerkraut. Please call by Monday, Feb. 21 to reserve a seat. You may also bring a friend. For more information, call Chris at 475–6388 or Marianne at 389-1607.


The Enterprise Senior Citizens Center is for anyone 60 years of age or older. There is no fee to participate in the senior center program but donations are welcomed. The Senior Center will be closed in observance of President’s Day on Monday, Feb. 21 – no meal service. Art classes are offered every Tuesday from 9 until 11 am, and 11 am until 1 pm Also every Tuesday and Thursday from 8:45-9:45 am, a Senior Aerobics class is available. Sewing classes are held on Wednesdays from 9 am until noon. Chair exercise classes are held on Thursdays beginning at 10 am On Friday, Feb. 25 Game Day will begin at 10:15 am Classes meet at 2401 Neil Metcalf Road (US Highway 167 North). For more information and upcoming classes, please contact Angela Lane at (334) 347-3513.

“The Stories Behind the Stars” initiative was created to organize one central digital location to collect the stories of all Americans who were killed during World War II. These personal stories will be digitally linked to war memorials and cemeteries by a smartphone app so visitors can read the stories of the fallen. Work is currently being done on all of the Alabama WWII soldiers. Those with any information or photos they are willing to share on any soldier who died or was killed in World War II from Coffee or Geneva County, please contact Donna Snell at or (334) 774- 6777.

The New Life Center, 317 North Main Street, Enterprise, is accepting applications for men and women to enter recovery from drugs and alcohol. For more information, call (334) 393-5641 24 hours a day.

The House of Ruth Inc. offers services in nine counties in Southeast Alabama for issues of domestic violence and sexual assault. For more information call 334-347-1912 or 1-800-650-6522.

The first Saturday of every month the Weevil City Cruisers will have a cruise-in at Milky Moos from 5-8 pm

The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of Coffee County meets on the first Monday of the month at Johns Chapel AME Church in Enterprise on the Geneva Highway. For more information, contact Ruthie Warren at (334) 347-1361.


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