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9th annual TACC golf tournament raises scholarship funds

Special to The Trussville Tribune TRUSSVILLE – ‘Chamber of commerce weather’ helped to make the chamber’s 9th annual golf tournament a most enjoyable day. The tournament was held on Tuesday, October 4, at Pine Tree Country Club. A portion of the proceeds went to fund the Chamber’s scholarship program. This year, the Chamber awarded $6,000 in scholarships. Chamber scholarships are renewable for up to four ye ...

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Fall Gun Show to take place Oct. 8-9

By Megan Miller, Editor BIRMINGHAM – The Alabama Gun Collector’s Association Fall Gun Show will take place October 8-9 at the BJCC. “This is the largest and best gun show in the southeast,” Brent Goodwin, AGCA Show Chairman said. There will be 770 tables of all types of guns and ammo set up, spanning 90,000 square feet. There will also be displays of historical guns, for those who’d like to learn about the ...

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Trussville History Museum to host open house October 16

By Megan Miller, Editor TRUSSVILLE – With Trussville’s rich history also comes a museum to display all of its photographs, artifacts and memorabilia. The Trussville History Museum opened in 1988, but has never been open to the public on a consistent basis. This is one thing the City of Trussville Historical Board is looking to change. The Trussville History Museum is having an open house on October 16 betwe ...

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Trussville native uses comedy to raise awareness for breast cancer

By Megan Miller, Editor TRUSSVILLE – Although there’s nothing funny about a cancer diagnosis, Carla “The Truth” Youngblood is trying to bring a lighthearted side to Breast Cancer Awareness Month through standup comedy and personal experience. Having already fostered a love for comedy, it was only natural for Youngblood to channel that when she got her own cancer diagnosis in October of 2015. “I do comedy, s ...

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Leeds Arts Council to present Bloody Murder

From The Trussville Tribune Staff Reports LEEDS – The Leeds Art Council is presenting Ed Sala’s Bloody Murder during October. Shows are October 14-16 and 21-23, with show times at 7 p.m. and 2 p.m. on Sundays. The play is centered around a group of British murder-mystery types that gather for a weekend retreat at the country estate of Lady Somerset. One of the attendees suddenly dies of poison, but Lady Som ...

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Fall events at Pinson Public Library

From The Trussville Tribune Staff Reports PINSON – The Pinson Public Library is transitioning into fall with a number of upcoming activities. Thursday, October 6 at 6 p.m.: Happy Birthday to us! October 1 marks our fifth year of service to Pinson! Celebrate our birthday with us and take a look at how much your little library has grown over the years. There will also be cake served. Tuesday, October 18 at 10 ...

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Pinson Elementary students explore night sky

By Missy Presley, Special to The Trussville Tribune PINSON -- Students at Pinson Elementary School had the opportunity to explore the night sky and constellations of the Navajo in the Science Lab. The Star Lab is a portable planetarium that Emily Gallaway from Woodman Life so graciously allowed the school to borrow for a week. The Star Lab showed students what our “night sky” looks like without street light ...

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7th annual Cahaba River Fry-Down to raise funds for CRS

From The Trussville Tribune Staff Reports BIRMINGHAM – The 7th annual Cahaba River Fry-Down will take place October 2 from noon-4 p.m. at Railroad Park. Attendees can enjoy catfish prepared by competing corporate and community teams. Teams of judges will taste-test and distribute awards. Admission is a $20 donation for adults, and children 12 and under get in free. The main attraction of the event will be t ...

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Vendors cooking up 1,200 pounds of butterbeans for annual festival

By Megan Miller, Editor PINSON – The 11th annual Butterbean Festival will take place along Historic Main Street in Pinson September 30-October 1. The festival runs the length of Highway 75 and will feature live entertainment, an inflatable obstacle course, a carnival, a fireworks show, different types of food ranging from Philly Cheesesteak to New York gyros, around 165 arts and craft vendors and of course, ...

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Center Point golf tournament to feature former UA football players

By Bethany Adams, For The Tribune CENTER POINT-- Wednesday, October 5 is the 11th annual Center Point Area Chamber of Commerce Charity Golf Tournament. The tournament will be held at the Roebuck Golf Course and benefit the Center Point Ambassador Scholarship Fund and Children’s Miracle Network. “It’s the biggest fundraiser we have for our Ambassador Scholarship fund,” Tim Gann, Center Point Chamber of Comme ...

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