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CULLMAN, Ala. (WIAT) – Talk of the progress is buzzing in Busy Bee’s Cafe. this landmark spot in Cullman has been here for nearly a century. It was destroyed by the tornado but reopened April 27th last year. That was a booster shot for downtown..
The restaurant is making the April 27th tornado a part of its already rich history.
One of the menus was found 7o miles away in a farm pasture. It now hangs above the cash register.
Mayor Max Townson says rebuilding and cleaning up the downtown is vital for Cullmans survival.
In other developments in the past two years in Cullman. They were voted best place to raise a family in Alabama along with being names the home of the future Bass Fishing Hall of Fame.
Also the “Rock the South” concert is back.. Headliners include: Sara Evans, Hank Williams Jr. and Scott McCreerym will take the stage June 21-22nd in Cullman to honor the April 27th victims.