State Board recognized by Prattville-area cleanup organization, being good neighbor

On Jan. 15, 2018, the Alabama Baptist State Board of Missions (SBOM) officially opened its doors at 1404 Fairview Avenue in Prattville after moving from the Montgomery location that had been its home since 1963.

Now at the 15-month mark since the big move, the SBOM staff have adjusted well to the new facility. 

“We are looking forward to many years of using this facility to resource our churches for Great Commission Ministries,” said Bobby DuBois, SBOM’s associate executive director and chief financial officer. 

SBOM officials also are working hard to be good neighbors and help take care of the surrounding community.  

On April 4, SBOM was recognized by Autauga County PALS Cleanup (People Against a Littered State), a joint initiative of Autauga County PALS, International Paper, the City of Prattville, Autauga County Commission and the Prattville-Area Chamber of Commerce, for its efforts in keeping the city and county litter-free. 

SBOM’s Wally Lacey accepted the honor on behalf of the SBOM staff. (TAB)