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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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Trussville furniture store’s online contest is a popular event

From Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE --When Shannon Barnett of Barnett Furniture began the store's online Fan Favorite Contest 2013, it was at the suggestion of a manufacturer. It was an immediate success and has continued to grow in popularity, though now without the manufacturer sponsorship. "The first year it was being sponsored by one of our furniture manufacturers and they were giving us tw ...

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The 2016 World Food Championships are coming to Alabama

Submitted to The Trussville Tribune ORANGE BEACH, AL – When people think of passionate chefs competing in an intense atmosphere, certain TV shows probably come to mind. The live version of this food sport – the World Food Championships (WFC) – is bringing The Ultimate Food Fight to The Wharf at Orange Beach, Ala., on Nov. 8-15, 2016. The Wharf is a resort destination with a full-service marina, retail, dini ...

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Reflections on 50 years of Southern Living – Trussville’s John Floyd embodies the qualities his magazine represented

by Kris Robinette For The Tribune [caption id="attachment_28627" align="alignleft" width="300"] “A lot of people don’t’ realize that the South has really (gone from) in 1966 being a sort of an impoverished part of the country to being the number one economic driver in the country. And really in a matter of thirty years. And that’s an amazing thing that happened." -photo by Ron Burkett[/caption] Picking up a ...

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St. Vincent’s Health System helps Pinson Elementary School

Special to The Trussville Tribune PINSON --Jessica Estrada,  M. Ed.,  Director of Mission Integration Community Service & Outreach of St.  Vincent's Health System has coordinated the new relationship between St.  Vincent's Health System and Pinson Elementary School. Volunteers from all St.  Vincent's campuses and numerous departments came out to Pinson Elementary in December.  Volunteers helped supervis ...

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Our readers send the darnedest things: Digging up Trussville

From Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE --Trussville Tribune reader LaTrelle Grayson forwarded some very interesting photos of several vehicles that were discovered by the construction crew clearing land for the new Homestead Village retail center on U.S. Highway 11. While making way for the new shopping center, workers discovered cars from previous decades buried near the rear of the property. "I ...

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Huskies spend Saturday serving others

From Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE --Hewitt-Trussville football coach Josh Floyd began a character development program for players during the last off-season. Projects have included picking up trash as a team on Earth Day and greeting elementary students as they arrive at school. Saturday, several players, coaches and the coaches' families made a trip to Dream Center in Woodlawn where they giv ...

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Local martial arts academy graduates 15 black belts

From staff reports TRUSSVILLE – The Birmingham Academy of Martial Arts graduated 15 of its students at a black belt graduation ceremony in January. The group of graduates ranges from local elementary school students all the way up to doctors. [caption id="attachment_28291" align="alignleft" width="300"] The Birmingham Academy of Martial Arts' latest black belt graduates. Submitted photo[/caption] "This is a ...

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Pinson Valley High School Senior named Go Build Alabama’s January Student of the Month

From staff reports/Go Build Alabama  PINSON – A Pinson Valley High School student has been awarded the Future Skilled Workers of America Student of the Month. Go Build Alabama – an initiative of the Alabama Construction Recruitment Institute – named Dw’Juane Chaverst as its January award winner. Chaverst is a senior at Pinson Valley. [caption id="attachment_28213" align="alignleft" width="300"] Pinson Valle ...

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Trussville’s Jordan Fisher stars in tonight’s Grease: Live on FOX

From Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE --With the FOX television special GREASE: LIVE set to air Sunday night a 6 p.m., one of Trussville's favorite sons, Jordan Fisher, will be front and center in the ensemble cast as Doody. According to the show's website, Fisher began his acting career by training and performing at Red Mountain Theatre Company in Birmingham. But an earlier introduction to the s ...

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