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Trussville Rotary decorates City Hall for Veteran’s Day

Special to The Trussville Tribune TRUSSVILLE – The Trussville Daybreak Rotary Club continued its tradition of decorating City Hall with yellow ribbons for Veterans’ Day. The Trussville Fire [caption id="attachment_35901" align="alignleft" width="300"] submitted photos[/caption] Department was also on-hand to provide a ladder to assist in hanging the ribbons. The Club has several veterans among its members, ...

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Live2Lead conference brings world-class leaders to Trussville

From The Trussville Tribune Staff Repots TRUSSVILLE – The Live2Lead leadership conference is coming to Trussville on November 10. Live2Lead is a half-day, leader development experience designed to equip attendees with practical tools, takeaways and new perspectives. Speakers will include John Maxwell, Simon Sinek, Liz Wiseman and Dan Cathy. The event will take place Thursday at Faith Community Fellowship in ...

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Locals participate in 7th Fire Explorer weekend

From The Trussville Tribune Staff Reports TUSCALOOSA – The Greater Alabama Fire Service Explorers and the Alabama Fire College joined forces October 29-30 to train America’s future firefighters. Nearly 200 youth ages 14-20 converged on Tuscaloosa to train on various techniques in firefighting and technical rescue. The Birmingham Fire Department brought 11 explorers, the Center Point Fire Department brought ...

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Reception to celebrate Mayor Melton on Sunday

From The Trussville Tribune Staff Reports TRUSSVILLE -- The City of Trussville and the Jennie June Croly Study Club will be hosting an appreciation reception for outgoing Mayor Gene Melton November 6 from 2-4 p.m. at the Trussville Civic Center. Presentations will be made to the Mayor in the first hour, but the reception is a come and go event, open to anyone who would like to thank Mayor Melton in-person f ...

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Trussville resident helps Market Noel make move to BJCC

Special to The Trussville Tribune One of the Birmingham area’s biggest volunteer organizations is moving its annual holiday fundraiser back to the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex, and a Trussville resident is helping with the big move. Sherrye Tolbert serves on the Junior League of Birmingham’s Market Noel committee. Market Noel is the league’s largest annual fundraiser and Trussville resident Tolbe ...

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Author native to Birmingham to make appearance at Trussville Library

From The Trussville Tribune Staff Reports TRUSSVILLE -- Author Rochelle Malone will be visiting the Trussville Public Library November 6 from 2-4 p.m. Malone is an inspirational speaker, MS survivor and author of "Still Memoirs: The Hashtags of a Tarnished Life Polished by God." Malone is a Birmingham native and is implementing the model her grandfather, the late Dr. A.G. Gaston Sr. strived to do: "Find a n ...

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Maple Leaf Run first in Cahaba Race Series to use chip timing

Special to The Trussville Tribune TRUSSVILLE – Chip timing is the latest thing in timing for races, and The Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce Maple Leaf Run has jumped onboard. The race was held on Saturday, October 29, at The Mall in historic downtown Trussville. About 200 runners participated in the 5K and kids’ run combined in this 37th annual event. The Maple Leaf Run was also the kick-off event for a ...

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Cahaba Elementary School to celebrate U.S. Military

Special to The Trussville Tribune TRUSSVILLE – Cahaba Elementary School is honored to announce its first annual Veteran’s Day Celebration. Past and present military members are invited as special guests on Wednesday, November 9 from 8:30-9:30 a.m. Military guests are asked to enter through the historic front porch doors, as the majority of the morning’s activities will take place in the lobby area in front ...

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7th annual Blow Away 5K to take place November 12

By Megan Miller, Editor TRUSSVILLE – The Blow Away 5K is the “best run in the Birmingham area that most people haven’t heard of.” The annual race began in 2013 with three local families that had children with Cystic Fibrosis, a terminal disease that only affects 250,000 people worldwide, and only 300 Alabamians. The Ryer family, who has two children with CF, the Oare family, who has one child with CF and th ...

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Trussville native nominated for prestigious Rhodes Scholarship

By Wade Berry Trussville native Trey Field is a Rhodes Scholarship nominee at Auburn University. Students awarded these scholarships will pursue their individual fields of study at prestigious universities in the United Kingdom and Ireland. "These students evoke the core values of Auburn University," Melissa Baumann, assistant provost for undergraduate studies and director of the Honors College, said. "They ...

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