Guide offers glimpse into Chilton County life

Published 4:54 pm Friday, August 6, 2010

Inside today’s edition of The Clanton Advertiser you will find our annual Faces and Places magazine.

The special publication features information that is useful to visitors and newcomers, as well as longtime residents.

Inside the magazine, you will find stories and photos about Chilton County’s most recognizable attractions, including

The Peach Water Tower, perhaps the county’s most famous icon to people passing through on Interstate 65.

The Scandinavian-inspired Helen Jenkins Chapel in Thorsby, a sanctuary built by Norwegian Lutherans.

Lake Mitchell and Higgins Ferry Park, which have become a big draw for boaters, anglers and those looking to have a good time out on the water.

Faces and Places also includes information on annual events, including the Peach Festival.

Demographics on who lives the county and each municipality as well as helpful phone numbers and a calendar of events are also included.

This publication is distributed not only in our paper, but is given to rest stops across the Southeast.

We hope you, as well as those passing through or planning to visit or relocate, find the publication useful.