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Pancakes Anyone?

Posted in Uncategorized by Michael Monk on March 22, 2010

Bring the entire family out for a pancake breakfast this Saturday, March 27, beginning at 6:00 am hosted by the Opelika Lions Club. Each pancake meal is only $5.00 and all proceeds go to benefit the Opelika Lions’ events throughout the year, including The Miracle Field, Camp ASCCA, and the Lions Alabama Sight Programs just to name a few! This wonderful breakfast will take place at Opelika Middle School on Denson Drive. Bring your apetite and a friend for an enjoyable breakfast that will benefit a great cause.

For more information, visit www.opelikalions.org

Getting ready to make some changes!

Posted in Uncategorized by Michael Monk on December 14, 2009

Stay tuned to see the many changes coming! We hope to soon change our wordpress around a bit to bring you up to date information about Michael Allen Homes, Inc. We are very excited about theses changes and hope to keep you coming back!

Continue to visit our blog at http://www.michaelallenhomes.blogspot.com for your current community information! 

Check back soon!

Let’s go to the Zoo!

Posted in Uncategorized by Michael Monk on December 10, 2009

Come on out to the 18th Annual Christmas Light Festival this Saturday from 5:30 to 9:30 pm at the Montgomery Zoo! Bring the whole family to enjoy live entertainment, arts and crafts, gifts, food, and pictures with Santa. You can view the light displays by foot, or take a train ride around the zoo to see the thousands of lights throughout the park. Admission for adults and chilren 3 and up is $10, and all children 2 and under are FREE!

Call 334-240-4900 for more information!

Auburn Christmas Parade!

Posted in Uncategorized by Michael Monk on November 30, 2009

Ready to kick off the Christmas season? What better way to do it than with all your Auburn family and friends this Thursday evening at 5:30 pm in downtown Auburn. The night will begin with a cheerful Christmas Parade sponsored by the Auburn Chamber of Commerce.  Afterwards, join the Auburn University family on Samford Lawn for a holiday celebration beginning at 6:30 pm!

For more information, visit www.aotourism.com

 

Thanksgiving Day Brunch Extravaganza!

Posted in Uncategorized by Michael Monk on November 23, 2009

Looking for something new to do this Thanksgiving? Look no further! The Auburn University Hotel and Conference Center will host the Thanksgiving Day Brunch Extravaganza at the Ariccia Italian Trattoria and Bar this Thursday, November 25. Arricia seatings will be held at 12:00 and 2:30 pm and Grand Ballroom seatings will take place at 2:00 and 4:30 pm. Tickets for adults are $29.95 and tickets for children 12 and under are $12.95. Come on out for a warm celebration with family and friends. Happy Thanksgiving!

Visit http://www.auhcc.com/ for a full menu and reservation information.

Annual Poinsettia Sale

Posted in Uncategorized by Michael Monk on November 20, 2009

Come on out tomorrow, November 21, from 9 am until 3 pm and show your support for the Junior League of Lee County by purchasing a beautiful poinsettia from their annual truck sale! The sale will take place at the Wachovia Bank parking lot on the corner of East University and Opelika Road. Several varieties will be available including red, white, and even marble. All proceeds will go to support the programs for the children of Lee County. What better way to get into the Christmas spirit early than by enjoying one of these gorgeous poinsettias and supporting a wonderful cause!

2009 National Peanut Festival

Posted in Uncategorized by Michael Monk on November 5, 2009

Looking for something fun to do this weekend with the entire family? Bring everyone out to the 2009 National Peanut festival in Dothan. The event began on October 30 and will continue until Novemeber 8. There will be amusement rides, food, arts and crafts, concerts, shows, contests, beauty pageants, and of course lots of peanuts! Approximately half of all the peanuts in the United States are grown within a 100 mile radius of Dothan, and the Peanut Festival is the largest in the country. The festival is held each year to honor peanut farmers and celebrate their harvest season. The event will take place on Highway 231 just three miles south of Ross Clark Circle. This is an exciting event you don’t want to miss!

For more information and to purchase tickets, visit http://www.nationalpeanutfestival.compeanut festival'

9th Annual Downtown Trick or Treat

Posted in Uncategorized by Michael Monk on October 28, 2009

Bring all your princesses, monsters, ballerinas, and clowns to the 9th Annual Downtown Trick or Treat this Thursday, October 29 at 6:00 pm for some trick or treat fun! All downtown merchants will be handing out treats and special Halloween sounds will fill the air. Also, don’t miss your chance to win the Best Costume Contest! All chilren under 12 are invited and all parents must accompany their children for the evening. Happy Halloween!

For more information, contact Alison Hall at 334-501-2930. trickortreat

Auburn Roads

Posted in Uncategorized by Michael Monk on October 12, 2009

Mark your calendars this Thursday evening, Oct. 15, at 6:00 pm for a night of family fun at Keisel Park. Bring dinner and a blanket and even the family dog for a night under the stars while enjoying local and regional musicians throughout the park. This event is free and open to the public and will take place at Keisel Park off Chadwick Lane in Auburn.

For more information, visit http://www.auburnalabama.org/parks or call The City of Auburn Parks and Recreation Department at 334-501-2930Keisel

Pine Hill Cemetery Tour

Posted in Uncategorized by Michael Monk on October 8, 2009

 

Happy Halloween! Looking for something new to do this holiday? Look no further! Come on out to Pine Hill Cemetery at 303 Armstrong Street in Auburn for a one of a kind tour led by the early inhabitants of Auburn. Pine Hill Cemetery is the oldest of Auburn’s 5 burial grounds and dates back to 1837. The luminary tour will begin at 7:00 pm and will continue until 9:00pm. Each tour is led by one of Auburn earliest inhabitants, and each charater will tell you their story as well as their significance in Auburn history. Parking will be provided at Auburn Junior High Schoool and transportation will be provided to the cemetery. Tickets are $10 each and will be available at the gates. This is a very special event you do not want to miss!auheritage

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