Elmore County

     Elmore County was established on February 15, 1866, from portions of Autauga, Coosa, Tallapoosa, and Montgomery counties. The county has a total area of 657 square miles of which 618 square miles is land and 39 square miles is water. The county was named for John Archer Elmore who was a military officer and politician. The area around Wetumpka was the heart of the Upper Creek lands, whose largest towns were located on the banks of the Coosa and at its confluence with the Tallapoosa River, at Wetumpka and Talisi (now Tallassee), respectively.importantnumberselmoregaspowerwaterelmoresheriffschool


DOWNTOWN PHOTO SCAVENGER HUNT

     Join the Businesses of Downtown Wetumpka as we have our first Photo Scavenger Hunt! Beginning May 22nd and running through June 22nd you will search Downtown Wetumpka for many special items located inside the businesses and snap a SELFIE with that item. The more Selfies you take better your chance to win.
Over $400 in prizes to be given away including prizes from Grumpy Dog, Vault Variety, Creed Gym, Curves, Scent Wizards and many more. For more information contact Tim Hinkle at Scent Wizards at 334-478-3801. Good luck and watch for your first clue next week!



$10,000.00 Draw Down & Silent Auction

Join the Wetumpka Area Chamber of Commerce for thier 1st Annual $10,000 Draw Down, Silent Auction Banquet & Reception on Tuesday, May 23, 2017 from 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. at the Wetumpka Civic Center. A complete listing of all Silent Auction items will be listed on the Chamber’s website at www.wetumpkachamber.com. General Admission Tickets are $25.00 ($30.00 at the door) and includes Admission for One, 2 Drinks & Dinner. $100 Draw Down Tickets include Admission for one, one entry into the $10,000 Draw Down, 2 drinks and dinner. Advance ticket sales only 1 in up to 300 chance to win. A Maximum of 300 tickets will be sold. The Winner need not be present to win. Sponsorship packages are available.Register Online & bring receipt to Chamber for ticket. Silent Auction item donations are still needed.