Gibbs was given a framed Anniston Star article pertaining to the Piedmont County Annex building at 109 Center Avenue North, being named as the Alvin E. Gibbs County Annex Building by proclamation of the Calhoun County Commission on April 23, 2009.
Members of the Gibbs family present as surprise guests included Erlene Gibbs, wife; Glenda Gibbs Phillips, daughter; David Phillips, son-in-law; Leigh Ann McCullough, granddaughter; Keith McCullough, grandson; Brennan McCullough, great-grandson; Emma McCullough, great-granddaughter; John David Phillips, grandson; Reagan Phillips, granddaughter; Cade Phillips, great-grandson and Will Phillips, great-grandson.
Also recognized was Dr. Warren Sarrell for his years of service as a physician, community leader, and for being an outstanding Kiwanian since March 5, 1970. Dr. Robert Lokey was a guest of the club and shared with the members many of Dr. Sarrell's accomplishments to include the formation of the Sarrell Dental Clinic, which has provided dental care for thousands of residents.
Dr. Sarrell was a presented with a framed article from the Anniston Star concerning the clinic.
Dr. Sarrell was surprised by his family being in attendance for the presentation. His family included his wife, Lela Sarrell, his son, Judge Warren G. Sarrell, Jr., his daughter-in-law, Carol Sarrell, and his daughter, Doris Wade.