Dale commission earns top state award

The Dale County Commission is the winner of the 2020 “Award for Efficiency and Innovation in County Government – Rural Category” from the Association of County Commissions of Alabama. The award was presented Aug. 20 for the county’s active support of the covered amphitheater built in the rose garden at the corner of East Reynolds and Union Streets in Ozark. The amphitheater is complete with stage lighting, sound and electrical connections and is being used year round by a variety of groups and organizations to include entertainment for the annual Claybank Jamboree and the Crawdad Festival. From left, are Dale County Commissioners Frankie Wilson and Charles “Chic” Gary, Dale County Commission Chairman Mark Blankenship and Dale County Commissioners Steve McKinnon and Chris Carroll. (Photo by Michelle Mann)

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