RSVP Montgomery



DEC 15th
Casino Royale Cruise
Time: 6:30 pm

DEC 17th
Camellia Bowl
Time: 4:30 pm

DEC 19th
Children's Gingerbread Class
Time: 2-4 pm

DEC 31st
New Year’s Eve Party Cruise
Time: 10 pm

MAR 28th
MAX Capital City Classic
Time: 6:35 pm

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Connections

NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2016

It might be one of the River Region’s best-kept secrets. For others, it’s become a well-known and almost legendary way for members of our community to give back. Since the time of World War II, Maxwell Air Force Base has been lending a hand to international students enrolled in the International Officer School at Air University (AU). What began as a collaboration between the Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce and AU, originally known as the International Sponsor Program, has now transformed into the Alabama Goodwill Ambassador Program that helps countless international students from over 80 countries better understand life in the state’s capital. The AGA program is not only a pivotal way for civilians to help students acclimate to life overseas, but it allows for volunteers to be introduced to new people and cultures and serves as a way to make long-lasting relationships that are fostered for years to come.

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Special Feature

NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2016

Around the world, approximately 361,481 babies are born every day. That’s 251 babies per minute! Go almost anywhere in our area, and you will see the evidence of that—families with one, two, three or more children. But, what happens when another’s reality is just out of reach for you? What options does a couple have when their dream of becoming parents seems to be an impossibility? For those in the River Region, there is hope. One team of physicians is on a mission to help couples realize their dream of having a child.

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In Motion

NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2016

A workout that keeps burning calories AFTER you leave the gym…it sounds too good to be true; but Orangetheory was designed to do just that, and this heart rate based interval-training studio is making a name for itself, quickly growing around the country.

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The Girls

NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2016

Our fun, festive holiday issue is a favorite to put together. It’s just so joyous! Flipping through the next few pages, you will find some beautiful local ladies modeling holiday fashion from our favorite boutiques and stores. This is just a glimpse of their incredible inventory so go check out their collections and be a show stopper at holiday parties this season. Another perk of working at RSVP is getting to know entrepreneurs and leaders at so many wonderful local businesses. Not only does the LIST introduce you to some awesome people you need to know, but our Table Talk feature highlights new restaurants, SOL Mexican Restaurante and Taqueria, Shane’s Rib Shack and Wharf Casual Seafood at Montgomery’s newest shopping center at Perry Hill Crossing.

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Reply Yes

NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2016

From office parties to Christmas cocktails, the holiday season is not short on celebrations. Why not sparkle and shine as brightly as the lights on the Christmas tree? With these outfits from local shops, you can! Festive frocks and glittering jewels, we know you’ll fall in love with these show-stopping looks. Add them to your wish list and send your letter to Santa, because we’re sure they’ll go quickly!

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Special Feature

NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2016

Where Atlanta Highway and Perry Hill Road converge, to the right is a new home for three brand new, casual dining restaurants for residents of our tiny metropolis to enjoy. It is a space that offers the city the chance to experience three different, uniquely separate flavors that Montgomery has never seen. At the new Perry Hill Crossing Shopping Center, SOL Restaurante Mexicano & Taqueria, Shane’s Rib Shack, and Wharf Casual Seafood all bring something fresh and inspiring to the table, and people are already flocking to get a taste of what’s new. Developer David McClinton, the man behind the scenes who worked to integrate these new dining destinations, had reasons for wanting to give this area a much-needed upgrade.

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