My Wetumpka

A Picture Book Love Story

"Jenny's passion for her city is tangible," write Erin and Ben Napier of HGTV's Home Town about My Wetumpka: A Picture Book Love Story. Long-time Main Street director and local author, Jenny Sue Stubbs unites the breathtaking imagery of Wetumpka with tantalizing tidbits of its larger-than-life history in her new book. Learn about the “City of Natural Beauty” through the loving lens of the writer on her journey to celebrate one of Alabama’s first true river towns.

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My Wetumpka

Car Tag

As featured in both My Wetumpka: A Picture Book Love Story and HGTV's Home Town Takeover, this Wetumpka car tag is the perfect piece to solidify your hometown Wetumpka pride, a "good" place to live! Even better, every car tag purchase benefits both Main Street Wetumpka and the Wetumpka Area Chamber of Commerce, two important community organizations.

PHOTOGRAPHY

With 20 years of experience as a photojournalist, the author takes the reader on a visual journey through the "City of Natural Beauty."

LOVE STORY

You'll enjoy connecting the past with the present as Stubbs, a multi-generational resident of the area, manifests her ardor for small town Wetumpka through storytelling and pride of place.

HISTORY

The author blends her Main Street know-how with a passionate love of history, making this the picture perfect source to learn the story of a community.

Jenny Sue Stubbs

AUTHOR & ADVOCATE

Jenny grew up in Wetumpka as an eighth generation resident and, after graduating from the University of Alabama, has enjoyed over 20 years in the magazine publishing industry. As the founding and long-time director of Main Street Wetumpka, she led the town's revitalization efforts, including through the creation of the Tulotoma Snail Trail, an award-winning cultivating place project and, most recently, represented the organization on HGTV's Home Town Takeover. Since 2011, she has owned Yellow House Publishing and continues to work as a freelance writer and editor. She also owns Frios Gourmet Popsicles in downtown Wetumpka with her husband Troy. They have four children, champion many community causes and love to travel as a family.

Author Jenny Stubbs