East Alabama's oldest private country club, established in 1947. Rated Top 5 courses in Alabama by Golf Digest. Rated 4 of best 18 holes in Chattahoochee Valley by The Ledger-Enquirer. Full service country club with convenient location directly off I-85 Exit 57.
A family business for four generations, Jim Massey Cleaners has been restoring garmental reputations in the Montgomery area since 1941, and recently won first place in the Montgomery Reader's Choice Awards for best dry-cleaner in 2010. Whether unsullying special shirts ($2.49), priceless pants ($6.44), or everyday tuxedo jackets ($6.44), Jim Massey's clean team provides diligent, and punctual care. The company also offers free pick-up and delivery service in the Montgomery area, allowing customers to easily remix dirty clothes, except for birthday suits, which can be cleaned, but can only be dried during sprints through the university's quad.
Health Wise Foods’ knowledgeable staff wends their way through more than 50,000 items to outfit fitness-minded patrons with a host of health boosters. Leech off of wellness vapors from Nature's Way Alive! multivitamins ($26.99 for 90 tabs) or tap into pill-size iron deposits with Solgar Gentle iron-vegetable capsules ($10.88 for 90 tabs). Bodies looking to bulk up before sand-castle thrashing season can avail themselves of Naturade Sugar-Free Weight Gain drink mix ($19.27 for 2.5 lbs.), and Unisom sleep-aid tablets ($5.99 for eight tabs) can help lull intractable insomniacs into a blissful slumber.
A member of a family of hairdressers, it came as a surprise to no one when Steve Leonard, Studio 4619 Salon’s owner, leapt into the industry in 1999. After years of training, he brought together a team of equally talented stylists and started his Aveda salon. His team—armed with Aveda’s high-quality, natural products—gild select strands with color to add dimension, style hair straight or curly, and swipe splashes of color onto faces during Aveda makeovers. The beauty experts even offer clients complimentary makeup touchups and high-fives.
The Name Dropper swaddles babies in clothing and footwear, while Storkland supplies pintsize furniture, car seats, and strollers. Together, the side-by-side sister stores outfit babies for playtime, naptime, and small-claims court trials. Top tots off with a selection of bows ($4–$12) or dress them in brand-name duds ($20–$70) from Bailey Boys, Vineyard Vines, and Kissy Kissy. Little piggies stay comfortable in an assortment of sandals ($26–$40) or Crocs ($24.95), while pint-sized rockers ($60) lull wee ones to sleep faster than a six-part miniseries on solid foods. Storkland and The Name Dropper's obliging staff can also help parental units find a bevy of dolls and toys to entertain developing brains.