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Trinity Medical Center names COO

From staff reports BIRMINGHAM -- Drew Mason has been promoted to chief operating officer at Trinity Medical Center. He joined the Trinity team in 2014 as assistant CEO. Mason has managed and implemented health care projects and initiatives during his health care career. [caption id="attachment_20214" align="alignright" width="207"] Drew Masonphoto courtesy of Trinity Medical Center[/caption] Prior to his ap ...

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Patterson, Hood named Customer Service Person, Ambassador of Year

From staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- At the Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual banquet Feb. 28, Megan Patterson of the Trussville Civic Center won the Customer Service Person of the Year Award. [caption id="attachment_20194" align="alignleft" width="198"] Megan Patterson and banquet awards sponsor Monty Reedphoto courtesy of Diane Poole[/caption] “She has taken the civic center’s customer service to t ...

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Chamber launches youth leadership program

By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- The Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce has launched a new youth leadership program for fourth- and fifth-graders in the community. The program is called Kids L.E.A.D. The acronym stands for Leaders, Entrepreneurs, Ambassadors, Dreamers. Kids L.E.A.D. seeks to empower and equip the young people of the community to become outstanding leaders in every area of life. Through a combin ...

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Trussville manufacturing firm acquires Canadian company

By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- SPOC Automation Inc., a Trussville-based oil and gas industry engineering, software, and automation equipment manufacturing firm, announced Friday its completion of acquiring KJ Controls Canada, a Spruce Grove, AB Canada-based company. KJ Controls was founded in 1999 and has developed a base of variable frequency drive business across western Canada. The acquisition continues to ...

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Trussville Chamber annual banquet Feb. 28

By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- The Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual banquet is scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 28 at the Trussville Civic Center. The banquet includes dinner, silent auction and musical entertainment by Vann Burchfield. Reservations are $50 per individual and $90 per couple. A table of eight may be purchased for $500. Proceeds from the banquet and silent auction go toward events such a ...

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Trussville to acquire former Sticks ‘N’ Stuff building

By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- The Trussville City Council last week authorized Mayor Gene Melton to sign a purchase agreement for the property located at 156 and 158 Main St., the former Sticks ‘N’ Stuff property. Melton said the purchase price is $625,000. The property appraised for $720,000, he said. VIDEO: Watch Trussville Mayor Gene Melton talk about the future of the building. The city council could appr ...

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Eastminster property in Trussville now under contract to auto dealer

By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- The former Eastminster Presbyterian Church property on U.S. Highway 11 in Trussville is now under contract to an automotive dealer. The 5.5-acre site has been contracted to Serra Automotive for $1,951,000. [caption id="attachment_6524" align="alignleft" width="300"] The former Eastminster Presbyterian Churchphoto courtesy of Eastminster Presbyterian Church[/caption] The Presbyter ...

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Rotary hears from Trussville’s oldest company

From staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- The Reich Company is a third generation family-owned company, the oldest company in Trussville. The Trussville Rotary Daybreak Club heard Peter Reich speak Feb. 4. [caption id="attachment_19685" align="alignleft" width="300"] Peter Reich speaks to the Trussville Rotary Daybreak Club.photo courtesy of Diane Poole[/caption] Remember the Bible story of the men who took their si ...

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Hewitt sophomore named Rotary Student of Month

From staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- Hewitt-Trussville High School’s David Acfalle is the Trussville Rotary Daybreak Club’s January Student of the Month. Acfalle is a member of the football team and maintains a 3.64 grade-point average while taking pre-AP classes. He is currently a sophomore and hopes to possibly attend college at Stanford University. [caption id="attachment_19610" align="alignleft" width="300" ...

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Solving employment issues up front

By Chesley Payne If you own a business and are successful you will eventually have to hire employees. Hiring employees means your business has reached a point in which clear policies and procedures are required for the efficient operation of your business. Alabama is an “at will” employment state, meaning that your employer can fire you at any time without cause and an employee can leave employment at any t ...

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