Get Social With It
Unfortunately, we often get very busy with our mission and forget to post updates and photos to the website. Our Facebook page, is often updated with new content and photos. If you have not yet followed us on Facebook we really encourage you to do so.
If you do not have Facebook, we have included our latest posts on our Get Social With It Page.
Experience the artistic gifts of the BlackBelt by registering for this virtual experience.
We had the opportunity to partner with Jacky Jack White and his team for #HatchDay in Uniontown.
Please don’t forget to do your Census by September 30, 2020.
www.my2020census.gov or call 1-844-330-2020 ... See MoreSee Less
2 weeks ago
It’s never to early to tested not too late to complete your census.
The Census team will be on site to help you complete your Census and offer you the opportunity to win a gift card. ... See MoreSee Less
One of our community partners are seeking contact workers. See attached for one of the opportunities. ... See MoreSee Less
During Robert C. Hatch High School’s mandatory orientation from August 18-20, 2020, CHOICE distributed #RemoteLearningBags to help students prepare for their virtual learning experience during the 2020-2021 academic year.
The bags and supplies were made possible in partnership with Arrowhead Environmental Partners and First Presbyterian Church - Tuscaloosa. The bags included teacher recommended supplies such as headphones, masks, hand sanitizer, paper, pencils, binders, index dividers and more.
During the distributions, Choice Yac leaders reminded parents to take the #2020Census. Also, Alabama Department of Public Health-Tuscaloosa Office Staff joined us to distribute information about healthy living.
If your child did not receive a bag, please visit the school or CHOICE Resource Center. ... See MoreSee Less
In partnership with Harvest Select Catfish
and Cowboy Church of the Prairie,
CHOICE purchased 11 Coolpad WiFi devices with 12 months of TMobile/Sprint services to help ensure students of Robert C. Hatch High School have internet access in preparation of their virtual learning experience during the 2020-2021 academic year.
Pictured: Adrian Lewis, Board President, Dr. Leslie Ford, Principal and Mrs. Evelyn Williams, Technology Specialist. ... See MoreSee Less
This week, Perry County is facing Wilcox County. Click below to complete your census
Lets Be Counted and beat Wilcox County!
Click below for the entire bracket.
alabama2020census.com/census-bowl ... See MoreSee Less
Parr’s is looking to hire a quality Full Time, CDL Driver. 🚛⛽️🚦
▪️Clean Driving Record is required!
▪️To Apply, stop by our main office on Highway 43 South in Demopolis!
#parrs #howhiring #truckdriver #alwaysuptoPARR ... See MoreSee Less
Jobs!!!Love to work outdoors?🌳☀️
Love to travel?🚗
Parr’s is looking for a Full Time employee to handle the upkeep and appearance of our 10 locations!👌🏼
This person needs to have a valid drivers license, as well as a strong work ethic, and desire to work for a GREAT company!🤗
To apply, stop by our main office on Hwy 43 S in Demopolis, AL to fill out an application!
#parrs #nowhiring #alwaysuptoPARR ... See MoreSee Less
4 weeks ago
“The testing will be at the Perry County Health Department location in Uniontown (54 Hamburg-Duncan Road) from 8:30-10:30 AM tomorrow and 9/9 and 9/23.
If eligible (please see below), people will need to call 334-683-6153 today to schedule an appointment for tomorrow.
Retesting and back-to-school testing for COVID-19 are not provided.
Symptoms of COVID-19 consist of either cough or shortness of breath (difficulty breathing) or at least two of the following; fever, chills, repeated shaking with chills, muscle pain, headache, vomiting, diarrhea, sore throat, fatigue, congestion or runny nose, and new loss of taste or smell.
Patients eligible for drive-up clinic specimen collection must meet these criteria:
· Persons with symptoms
· Healthcare facility workers, workers in congregate living settings, and first responders with symptoms
· Persons without symptoms who have underlying medical conditions or disability placing them at a higher risk of complications
The Alabama Department of Public Health advises the following measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19:
· Wash your hands often with soap and water for 20 seconds
· Social distance by staying 6 feet away from others
· Avoid people who are sick
· Stay home if you can; work remotely if possible
· Cover your mouth and nose with a face covering when around others
· Cover coughs and sneezes
· Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces
· Monitor your health
For more information, contact the Perry County Health Department (334)-683-6153.” ... See MoreSee Less