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Jefferson State to hold Second Annual Judy M. Merritt 5K run & walk

From Staff Reports Jefferson State Community College will hold the Second Annual Judy M. Merritt 5K Run, One-Mile Fun Run / Walk, and Virtual 5K for the community on Saturday, March 19, at the Shelby-Hoover Campus and Veterans Park. [caption id="attachment_29381" align="alignleft" width="224"] submitted photo[/caption] “This event has options for everyone,” said Jefferson State’s Race Director James Buxton. ...

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Kids Mercedes Marathon 2016 raises money for local charities

Paine Elementary is pleased to announce the names of the 105 participants of the 2016 Mercedes Kids Marathon! These students showed a lot of love during Valentine’s weekend by participating in the local event to help raise money for various charities in our area, including The Bell Center. After training in their PE classes at school, the students ran the last mile of their marathon with several hundred oth ...

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The Arc of Jefferson County’s Junior Board hosting annual St. Patrick’s Day event

From Staff Reports   BIRMINGHAM -- Birmingham's premier St. Patrick's Day event is moving to a new location. Due to its increased popularity in past years, the Arc of Jefferson County's Fourth Annual Shamrock Shindig will be held at the Sloss Furnaces’ Visitor’s Center. The event will take place on Saturday, March 12, from 7 p.m. until 11:00 p.m. with catering by Rusty's BBQ, live music by Birmingham's own ...

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Bargain Carousel 2016 brings unbelievable finds with Bargain Bash

From Staff Reports For some there is nothing more fun than bargain hunting! What if you could find a wide variety of unbelievable items at low prices and buying them would mean you were improving lives for women and children? The Junior League of Birmingham’s (JLB) annual Bargain Carousel makes this shopping experience a reality. [caption id="attachment_29143" align="alignleft" width="300"] Called the "larg ...

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Rotary announces student, teacher of the month

From Staff Reports TRUSSVILLE – The Trussville Rotary Daybreak Club’s February Student of the Month (SOM) is Regan Patterson from Clay-Chalkville High School. [caption id="attachment_29015" align="alignleft" width="300"] Rotarian and SOM Coordinator Ty Williams, Regan Patterson, Jill Greene, and Rotary Club President Eddie Seal. (submitted by Diane Poole)[/caption] Patterson is a senior at CCHS and particip ...

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Rotary Daybreak Club celebrates 111 years of Rotary International

From Staff Reports TRUSSVILLE – Rotary International is 111 years old, and the Trussville Rotary Daybreak Club is celebrating. [caption id="attachment_29008" align="alignleft" width="300"] Trussville's Rotary Daybreak Club recently had a party with cupcakes, balloons, and party favors, celebrating 111 years of Rotary International(submitted by Diane Poole)[/caption] Last week the Club celebrated with a serv ...

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Leeds Arts Council to host Green Wave Jazz concert

From Staff Reports LEEDS -- The Leeds Arts Council is proud to host a performance by Leeds Green Wave Jazz, the Leeds High School jazz band, on Friday, March 18 at 7 p.m.  They will be playing a wide range of jazz standards and pop songs from the 50s through today. [caption id="attachment_26594" align="alignleft" width="197"] Leeds Arts Council will hold a concert by Leeds Green Wave Jazz on March 18(file p ...

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Trussville’s Abby Chappell named to Dean’s List at Mississippi College

From Staff Reports The Office of Academic Affairs of Mississippi College recently honored students for their academic success in the 2015 fall semester. [caption id="attachment_28988" align="alignleft" width="212"] photo courtesy mc.edu[/caption] Trussville’s Abby Chappell was named to the Dean’s List. To be eligible for the Dean’s List, a student must maintain a 3.5 or better grade point average, based on ...

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Where you are most likely to find recalled vehicles in Alabama

submitted by Christopher Basso   MONTGOMERY -- More than 800,000 vehicles that people are driving, buying or selling in Alabama have at least one unfixed safety recall, according to Carfax. While approximately one out of every five vehicles in Alabama is affected, Carfax has identified ten places in the state where you’re most likely to find unfixed recalls: [caption id="attachment_28809" align="alignleft" ...

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Clay senior center still a fun place to be

by Dale Jones For senior adults in Clay and surrounding communities looking for something fun to do, something that won’t pinch the pocketbook, and just a fun place to belong, the Clay Senior Activity Center fits the bill. With a fresh coat of paint and a bigger variety of things to do from playing cards [caption id="attachment_4015" align="alignleft" width="300"] The Clay Senior Activity Centerphoto courte ...

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