Vestavia Hills Living


Official magazine published by the Vestavia Hills Chamber of Commerce for the City of Vestavia Hills which details the quality of life, education, shopping and lifestyle of Vestavia Hills.

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24 42 51 60 contents Table of 10 Meet the Chair of the Board For the strength of the Pack is the Wolf, and the strength of the Wolf is the Pack. 12 welcome from the chamber Visitors and newcomers to our community are always amazed by the spirit of the people here. 16 Trustees Boost Chamber's WOrk Hundreds of business owners and individuals join or renew membership in the Vestavia Hills Chamber of Commerce each year. 20 Guiding Lights A conversation with the four living Mayors of Vestavia Hills 24 Education As the school system expands and prepares for future growth, each of its schools continue to provide transformative educational experiences for their students. 37New Superintendent Prepared to lead schools through season of change 38 Business of the Year Stand out with dedication, service to community 40 Best of Viva Vestavia Over the past 15 years, Viva Vestavia has become a local tradition, drawing crowds of more than 300 to the event. 42 Churches Find new ways to serve the community 48 Police Foundation Residents support police. It's impossible to build a strong community when the residents don't feel safe and secure. 51 Economic Development Businesses thrive and grow thoughout the city 56 Senior Citizens 99-Year-Old resident maintains lifelong involvement in Vestavia Hills 58 Josh Stevens Inspiring one-armed baseball pitcher proud of Vestavia Hills roots 60 Greg Canfield Former Vestavia Hills councilman leads state economic development 62 Helping Hands Chamber marks 3 years of Helping Hands in the Hills 64 Library in the Forest 12 things you didn't know you could find at the Library in the Forest 67 vestavia hills in photos Take a look at our beloved city. 74 chamber of commerce 2018 Membership Directory ON THE COVER: Steven Mote, Beckham Mote, Joanne Mote and Steve Mote. Four generations continuing a legacy in Vestavia Hills Cover photo by Emmie Arendall 8 v e s tav i a h i l l s l i v i n g 2 0 1 8

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