The 2018-2019 Varsity Cheerleaders, under the direction of Cheer Coach Sandra Seals, have won numerous competitions and championships including recognition as the 2019 National High School Cheerleading Championship Large Varsity Non-Tumbling Champions, NHSCC World School Large Varsity Non-Tumbling Champions, and 2019 NHSCC World School Nations Ranking Large Varsity - Super Large Varsity Non-Tumbling Champions.
The members of the 2018 - 2019 Winfield High School Varsity Cheerleader Squad are:
Meg Bowen, Olivia Burleson, Sara Beth Cotton, Jacie Cummings, Anna Kate Gruwell, Kati Rose Hardin, Julia Taylor, Savannah Williamson, Memory Clark, Macy Cummings, Melody Harrison, Halie Lowry, Jaken Terrell, MaKenna Tucker, Lexi Welch, Abi Webb, Addie Birmingham, Brooklyn Bozeman, Bailey Dodd, Presley Loring, Anna-Grace Sims, Isabella Taylor and Olivia Webster.
Varsity Cheerleader Cheer Coach Sandra Seals was also honored as the NFHS Coaches Association National Coach of the Year, AHSAA Spirit Coach of the year, and NFHS Section III Coach of the Year. Coach Seals was also presented with a Resolution recognizing her accomplishments.
The 2018-2019 Winfield Boys Track Team, under the direction of Coach Steve Reaves, won the 2019 1A - 3A Boys Indoor State Championship and were honored with a Resolution by the City of Winfield for their accomplishment.
Shown are the track team and Coach Reaves receiving their resolution at a recent City Council meeting.
The members of the 2018-2019 Winfield Boys Track Team are:
Ross Bozeman, Colin Bradford, Chris Broyles, Cooper Burt, Luke Clark, Conner Cook, Joseph Estes, Joshua Estes, Jacob Farris, Luke Hester, Davis Holdbrooks, 'Riley Hubbert, Walker Junkin, Nathan Kemble, Dawson Klein, Dolan Lyle, Will May, De'Vandrius McCollum, Luke McKinney, Nick Nelson, Nam Nguyen, Fernanao Santos, and Jack Williamson, and Coach Steve Reaves
Wren Williamson has been chosen for the Alabama Park and Recreation Association District 1 Community Service Award.
Ms. Williamson is shown at a recent Winfield City Coucil meeting receiving congratulations from Winfield Mayor, Randy Price. Mayor Price also shared a resolution that was adopted by the Council in honor of Ms. Williamson's selection.
The 2018-2019 Winfield Park and Recreation Girl's Vollyball team was recognized recently at a Winfield City Council Meeting for their Alabama Park and Recreation State Volleyball Championship. The team is coached by Head Coach Trey Griffin and Assistant Coach Shae Griffin.
Members of the team are Layla Benton, Molly Kate Elkins, Jayci Griffin, Kylah May, Makayla May, Lexi Tittle, Layleigh Morrison, Rylyn O'Dell, Nevaeh Pate, Ivey Sims, Amelia Thornton, and Alyssa Travis.
A Resolution honoring the team was presented by Winfield Mayor, Randy Price.
The Pastime Theatre in Winfield, Alabama is excited to announce their 2019 concert series.
The 2019 series will open March 9th with Jason Petty’s “Hank & My Honky Tonk Heroes.” There’s only one Hank William’s and Jason Petty portrays him best. He starred as Hank in New York City’s hit Off Broadway musical, “ Lost Highway”, as well as at Nashville’s world famous Ryman Auditorium. This show is not just a Hank Williams tribute, Jason Petty will tell the story of Hank Williams, his rise to stardom and his fall. Jason will perform many Hank Williams’ hits, such as “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry”, “Your Cheating Heart”, “Lovesick Blues”, “Cold, Cold Heart” and many more. Backed by an authentic four-piece band, he will pay tribute to stars that influenced Hank and his music and the stars that were later influenced by Hank Williams.
On April 13th the Pastime Theatre will welcome blues legend Tinsley Ellis. Tinsley Ellis, southern blues/rock guitar wizard, vocalist and songwriter, is a bona fide worldwide guitar hero. He has performed in all 50 states as well as in Canada, Western and Eastern Europe, Australia and South America, earning legions of fans with his guitar virtuosity, passionate vocals and memorable original songs. Whether playing deep, slow blues or up temp rockers, Ellis rides a gorgeously fat, pure tone. He has shared the stage with Stevie Ray Vaughn, The Allman Brothers, The Tedeschi Trucks Band, Widespread Panic and many others. This will be a show that any blues fan will enjoy.
The City of Winfield customers can now pay their solid waste bills online 24/7 with a credit card, debit card, or ACH (eCheck). This service is provided through Pay N Seconds, a third party payment processor, specializing in secure bill payment options.
To make a payment through this service, simply click on the Click to Pay button below and you will be instantly directed to Pay N Seconds. If you are using this service for the first time, you will be prompted to register a new Pay N Seconds account prior to making your payment. When registering your account, you will need your CUSTOMER # and ZIP Code from your billing statement.
If you have more than one solid waste account with The City of Winfield, Pay N Seconds allows you to add multiple accounts under the same login. Please register first with your main solid waste account.
The City of Winfield offers automatic bank draft service for payment of garbage collection fees. To sign up for this service, download the Debit Authorization Form below, fill it out and return it to City Hall. Your garbage collection fees will be automatically deducted from your bank account each month.
Download registration and information forms for Mule Day 2018. Click on the desired form to download it to your computer.