Troy Masonic Lodge #56 shows appreciation to Crowe’s Chicken

Published 6:21 pm Thursday, March 14, 2024

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Troy Masonic Lodge #56 shows appreciation to Crowe’s Chicken

Crowe’s Chicken in downtown Brundidge has something to crow about.

“Always,” say members of the Grand Lodge of Alabama, Troy Lodge #56.

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Troy Lodge members, Freddie Turner and Hal Lee were at Crowe’s Chicken in Brundidge on Thursday morning to express appreciation to Crowe’s owner, Patsy Gibson and her dependable staff for, not only for frying the best chicken ever, but also for being a good neighbor to the Troy Lodge and to the extended Brundidge community.

Turner said the Troy Lodge members count on the “always dependable” staff to provide courteous service.

“Our order is ready on time, the food is always hot and it’s always good,” Turner said. “Our lodge has been depending on Crowe’s for a long time and we have never been disappointed. Great food, great service is what we have always gotten.”

Lodge members, Turner and Lee said Crowe’s Chicken is not only appreciated by the Troy Lodge but, also by the extended Brundidge community.

“People drive rather long distances to come to Crowe’s,” Turner said. “So, they must appreciate Crowe’s as much as we do.”

Gibson expressed appreciation to Troy Lodge #65 for its long and continuing support. She acknowledged her staff, Keisha Gibson, Eddie Green, Gary Hooten and Adrian McKinney, and thanked them for helping keep Crowe’s Chicken something to crow about.