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TORUK – First in Flight to stop in Birmingham this weekend

By Megan Miller, Editor BIRMINGHAM – Many are familiar with both Avatar and Cirque du Soleil, but combine them and you get TORUK – The First Flight, a new and exciting Cirque experience. TORUK will be at the BJCC Legacy Arena for five performances, August 19-21. Although Cirque is famous for its acrobatics, TORUK combines visuals, puppetry, stagecraft and projections to bring James Cameron’s world to life. ...

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A bird’s eye view of the Trussville Downtown Block Party

From Tribune Digital Media By Ron Burkett TRUSSVILLE --Check out the Trussville Downtown Block Party from Tribune Digital Media's Ron Burkett. [box type="info"][/box] [caption id="attachment_33755" align="alignleft" width="300"] Trussville Downtown Block PartyPhoto by Ron Burkett/The Trussville Tribune[/caption] ...

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Trussville to go “blue” on August 25

From The Trussville Tribune Staff Reports TRUSSVILLE – Two local real estate agents have set out to turn Trussville blue on August 25. The Sargent McDonald Team of Brik Realty is encouraging all schools, businesses and homeowners to show their support for law enforcement by turning everything blue. Citizens are encouraged to wear blue clothes, decorate the outside of business or getting creative showing sup ...

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Rotary Club supports Birmingham Mineral Railroad

Special to The Trussville Tribune TRUSSVILLE – The Trussville Rotary Daybreak Club is now a sponsor of the Birmingham Mineral Railroad. James Lowery of the historic Birmingham Mineral Railroad (BMRR) recently spoke to the club about his endeavors in researching the history of the railroad. [caption id="attachment_33701" align="alignleft" width="300"] Shown in the photo are James Lowery from the BMRR; Jeffer ...

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Trussville youth becomes passionate about fundraising

Special to The Trussville Tribune TRUSSVILLE -- Another Trussville youth was caught in a positive act. Kathleen Bell, 9 of Trussville, began raising money in late 2014 for Children’s Hospital of Alabama after she saw a fund raising booth for the Children’s Miracle Network at a local department store. Bell began her project by selling loom bracelets for donations. By the time she had raised $50, she realized ...

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TACC Executive Director brings award back to Trussville

By Megan Miller, Editor MONTGOMERY – One of Trussville’s own has brought a prestigious award back home. Diane Poole, Executive Director of the Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce, was recently named Chamber Executive of the Year by the Chamber of Commerce Association of Alabama. [caption id="attachment_33638" align="alignleft" width="281"] Diane Poole, executive director of the Trussville Area Chamber of Co ...

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8th annual Baby Steps Memorial Run to raise funds for Amelia Center

From The Trussville Tribune Staff Reports MCCALLA – The 8th annual Baby Steps Memorial 5k and 1 mile fun run will take place August 13 at Tannehill Ironworks Historical Sate Park. The run was started to give grieving families and their friends the opportunity to come together and remember their loved ones in a supportive, caring environment. Registration the day of the race is $30 for the 5k and $20 for the ...

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Trussville resident wins $50,000 through sweepstakes

By Amalia Kortright, For the Tribune TRUSSVILLE -- Trussville resident Todd Villari was recently awarded a $50,000 cash prize after entering the “Love Your Home” sweepstakes, which was sponsored by Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices and based off of the HGTV program, “Love It or List It.” The local husband and father of four was selected from 3.3 million sweepstakes entries. “We congratulate grand prize winner ...

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Birmingham food trucks to be featured at upcoming Trussville Downtown block party

By Bethany Adams, For The Tribune The Trussville Downtown Merchants Association have their first Block Party planned for Saturday and the business owners were looking for something different to draw folks downtown. Ever since the food truck phenomenon swept the streets of Birmingham, the city has become somewhat of a foodie’s heaven. New trucks are cropping up all the time, offering everything from grilled ...

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Sarrell Dental donates 17 wagons to Children’s of Alabama

From The Trussville Tribune Staff Reports PINSON – Sarrell Regional Dental Center donated 17 painted wagons to Children’s of Alabama on July 27. Sarrell Dental Center is a non-profit that serves the children of Alabama, with an office in Pinson. The company challenged their staff in each of their 17 locations to design and paint a wagon that could be donated to Children’s to brighten a child’s day. Accordin ...

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