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ROCK ON: Painting, finding pebbles this summer’s hot trend

By David Lazenby Editor This summer, rocks are on a roll. A trendy game involving painting rocks and hiding them has become popular in Trussville and other area communities, thanks in part to social media. According to some participants, part of the fun comes when those who find the stones post pictures of the painted pebbles on Facebook. "We found some outside and we really didn't know what they were," sai ...

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Local students earn scholarships

  From Tribune staff reports BIRMINGHAM - Trussville twins Jason Edward Collins and Jeremy Ross Collins are among the recipients of scholarships recently awarded by The Alabama Grocers Education Foundation. Johnny and Traci Collins are the parents of the recent graduates of Hewitt Trussville High School. [caption id="attachment_42443" align="alignleft" width="150"] Jeremy Collins[/caption] The Alabama Groce ...

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Bailee Bryant of Pinson thrives at Jacksonville State

Special to the Tribune On July 26 each year, the Americans with Disabilities Act is celebrated throughout the country as ADA Day. However, 365 days of the year, Jacksonville State University works to provide students with disabilities the support they need to pave the road to success. [caption id="attachment_42421" align="alignleft" width="150"] Bailee Bryant with JSU mascot Cocky at Freshman Convocation in ...

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Cahaba Art Association competition winners announced

Special to the Tribune The Cahawba Art Association held its annual members' art show and competition at the Seafood & Chicken Box restaurant in April. [caption id="attachment_41878" align="alignleft" width="150"] Gloria Smith, Ellen Justice, Carolyn Hallmark, winners of a recent Cahawba Art Association art show and competition, pose in front of their works.[/caption] Club members displayed their paintin ...

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Bailey Wood Wins DAR Scholarship Award

Special to the Tribune The Josiah Brunson Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution is proud to announce Bailey Coleman Wood as their 2016-2017 winner of the DAR Good Citizen Essay Contest Scholarship Award. His essay was chosen by an objective, independent panel of three judges. The Daughters of the American Revolution, a non-profit, non-political service organization dedicated to preserving hist ...

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Trussville Chamber of Commerce luncheon to feature bestselling author

From Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE – The next Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce luncheon will have a bestselling author as guest speaker. Jack Sacco will speak at the luncheon on July 20. [caption id="attachment_41653" align="alignleft" width="264"] Best selling author Jack Sacco. Photo by TACC.[/caption] Sacco is the author of “Where the Birds Never Sing,” and “Above the Treetops”. His late ...

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Hubby flips over new kitchen tool

By June Mathews Columnist Ever since he discovered the original “Iron Chef” on Food Network several years ago, Jimmie has become increasingly fascinated with cooking shows. Not that I’m complaining, mind you. Better food shows than the endless sportscasts and freaky sci-fi stuff he tends to watch otherwise. Besides, the more he watches Food Network, the more inclined he is to cook, and except for the major ...

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FAITH PAGE: Faith in the Storm

[pdf-embedder url="http://www.trussvilletribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/TTB_060717_A_00_a_-4.pdf" title="TTB_060717_A_00_a_ 4"] By Jordan Gray Deerfoot COC “Peace! Be still!” What a powerful scene we see there in Mark 4, when our Lord commands the skies from that dirty little fishing boat. And, as He turns to those awestruck disciples and asks, “Have you still no faith?”, I’m reminded that He asks th ...

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Hewitt-Trussville grads awarded scholarships through Baldor Electric Co.

Special to the Tribune The Baldor Electric Company Foundation is pleased to award 60 scholarships valued at $228,000 for the 2017/2018 school year to children of its U.S. employees. Two local students are recipients of this year’s scholarship. [caption id="attachment_40815" align="alignleft" width="300"] Madison (left) and Mackenzie (right). Submitted photos[/caption] Madison Plyman, a graduate of Hewitt-Tr ...

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Lovelady Center seeking out monthly donors

By Chris Yow Editor JEFFERSON COUNTY -- The Lovelady Center is reaching out to the public for support, as the need arises for help with intake fees. [caption id="attachment_27944" align="alignleft" width="300"] The second location of Lovelady Thrift Store is open in the former Winn Dixie building on Old Springville Road in Clay. Photo via Facebook[/caption] Jeanne Carrek, who entered the program herself in ...

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