Autauga County

Autauga County
Autauga County is listed in the Police & Law Enforcement category in Prattville, Alabama. Displayed below is the only current social network for Autauga County which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Autauga County on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 67.

Contact information for Autauga County is:
165 W 5th St
Prattville, AL 36067
(334) 358-6800
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During the April 4, 2017 Board Meeting, Superintendent Spence Agee and Transportation Supervisor Neil Messick presented Ms. Georgia Goodman with a certificate signifying her selection as the 2016-2017 Autauga County Driver of the Year. Ms. Goodman and Mr. Messick attended the annual state wide “Love the Bus” luncheon sponsored by Transportation South in Alabaster. Congratulations, Ms. Georgia Goodman!

During the April 4, 2017 Board Meeting, the Board recognized Lauren Chambliss, a senior at Prattville High School. Miss Chambliss was named National Merit Finalist. She is pictured with her parents, Superintendent Spence Agee, and Principal Brock Dunn. Congratulations, Lauren Chambliss!

On Tuesday, April 11, 2017, around 200 FFA members from around the state came together to meet with local and state legislators to thank them for their support of Agriculture and Career & Technology Education. After a picture on the state steps, a program was held to include speakers Senator Tom Whatley, Representative David Sessions and Representative Nathaniel Ledbetter. After the program, Marbury FFA members had the chance to receive a personal tour of the House of Representatives Chamber from the Speaker of the House, Mac McCutcheon and Representative Jimmy Martin. FFA members also had the chance to see the Senate Chambers and tour of the State House Grounds. The members enjoyed their time and thank all the legislators for their support and warm welcome.

Leah Bascomb, Candice Stringfellow, and Alexis Washington reached out to the Birmingham Holocaust Center for their 2017 National History Day project. This year's theme "Taking A Stand" inspired these students to focus on Miep Gies, who stood against the anti-Semitic beliefs of Hitler's Nazi Regime during World War II by hiding Anne Frank and her family. While in Birmingham, Leah, Candice, and Alexis were able to interview Denise Lewis, a second generation Holocaust survivor. The interview was set up by Kendall Chew, the Program's Administrator, who also showed the girls around their museum and gave them access to their archives.