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Clay Public Library releases November events calendar

By Megan Miller, Editor CLAY – The Clay Public Library is gearing up for a calendar full of fall events for all ages. There will be story time on November 1, 8, 21 and 19 at 10 a.m., and a special story time and book signing November 12 with local author Collett Keel at 11 a.m. . A genealogy class will take place November 7, with instruction from the History Department of the Birmingham Public Library. Part ...

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Girl Scouts Founder’s Day event to take place at Camp Coleman

By Megan Miller, Editor TRUSSVILLE – The Girl Scouts of North-Central Alabama will host a Founder’s Day Event October 30 from 2-4 p.m. at Camp Coleman. The event will reconnect former Girl Scouts and friends at Camp Coleman, and will include walking tours of the camp, a traditional flag ceremony, a display of local Girl Scout memorabilia and refreshments. “We encourage anyone who was involved in Girl Scouti ...

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Alabama Christian author to visit Pinson Library

From The Trussville Tribune Staff Reports PINSON – The Pinson Public Library is hosting a book signing with author Robert Wilkerson November 1 at 2 p.m. Wilkerson writes non-fiction books relating to the Christian faith. He regularly writes religious articles for papers in Alabama, Kentucky and Colorado, as well as Proclaim Magazine, The Upper Room, The Alabama Christian Ethics Commission and The Birmingham ...

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Rock School Center to host Birmingham Children’s Theatre

From The Trussville Tribune Staff Reports PINSON – The Birmingham Children’s Theatre is presenting The Little Engine That Could on October 28 at 10 a.m. The play is adapted from the classic children’s book, and tells the story of a little engine who overcame her fears to accomplish something no one believed she could do. The music for the play was written by Jay Tummenello and the play is designed to speak ...

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20 years in the making: Inside the Cougar band

By Sara Tolar, Special to The Trussville Tribune CLAY – The Clay Chalkville High School band is celebrating its 20 year anniversary with this years show “Celebration.” This year’s show will include “Celebration” by Kool & The Gang,” “All Night Long” by Lionel Richie, “1999” by Prince and “Shut up and Dance” by Walk the Moon. Band camp starts for auxiliaries and percussion on July 18, and goes from 8 a.m ...

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TCS faculty to speak at Rotary Club

Special to The Trussville Tribune TRUSSVILLE– The Trussville Rotary Daybreak Club has announced that featured speakers for the club’s regular meeting on Wednesday, October 26 will be Trussville City School Superintendent Dr. Pattie Neill and TCS elementary school principals Dr. Tygar Evans, Dr. Autumm Jeter and Mrs. Joy Tyner. [caption id="attachment_35462" align="aligncenter" width="234"] Dr. Tygar Evans v ...

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Second downtown block party focuses on children, families

By Megan Miller, Editor TRUSSVILLE – The Trussville Downtown Merchant’s Association hosted its second block party event on October 15. Differing from the first block party, this event was heavily catered towards children and families. From hayrides, to a costume contest, to a pumpkin patch and free treats, families were offered a range of activities for their little ones. “We reached out to a different demo ...

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Second annual God is Bigger Thankful run to take place Nov. 19

By Megan Miller, Editor TRUSSVILLE – The second annual God is Bigger Thankful run will take place November 19, with the sole purpose of raising funds to purchase more merchandise and continue to spread the movement globally. “We do it right before Thanksgiving so we can say what we’re thankful for every year,” Rachel Shaneyfelt, founder of the God is Bigger movement, said. Shaneyfelt was in her first year o ...

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Trussville Historical Society places marker in front of Cahaba Elementary School

By Donnette Plant, Special to The Trussville Tribune TRUSSVILLE – The Trussville Historical Society works to ensure the preservation of Trussville’s rich history by collecting and preserving articles, photos, stories and memorabilia. We also are beginning to place historical markers around the city so that people can read about our historical events and landmarks and know a little bit about our rich history ...

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Trussville Merchants Participate in Shop Save & Share

By Sara Franklin, Special to The Trussville Tribune TRUSSVILLE -- For the 11th  year in a row, the Junior League of Birmingham (JLB) will hold its Shop Save & Share fundraiser in late October, and many Trussville stores and restaurants are participating.  This initiative supports the League’s more than 30 community projects while at the same time driving customers to local retailers and restaurants. Whe ...

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