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Trussville teens portray Disney princesses in “Royal Celebrations”

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE — You may have seen them around town in the guises of iconic Disney characters Ariel, Belle, Anna, Elsa and Cindrella during Second Saturday and elsewhere in Trussville. These are sisters MaKenzie, 16, and Madison Ward, 18, who run "Royal Celebrations," a business in Trussville that has the two dress up and perform at children's parties. Their motto: "Tur ...

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10th Annual Trussville Freedom Celebration kicks off July 4

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE — The annual Freedom Celebration, presented by First Baptist Church Trussville and its corporate sponsors, will kick off on July 4 at the Trussville Mall. Food vendors will open at 5:30 p.m. followed by rides and performances from local musicians at 6 p.m. The event will feature free rides and inflatables for children. Act of Congress will perform at 8 p. ...

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Meet Zsa Zsa, the World’s Ugliest Dog

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports PETALUMA, CA –Organizers of the Sonoma-Marin Fair announced congratulations to the new 2018 World’s Ugliest Dog winner, Zsa Zsa. “Charming the judges with her beauty and talent Zsa Zsa pulled in front of the pack, taking this year’s crown at the Sonoma-Marin Fair with her owner Megan Brainard,” fair officials said. Zsa Zsa, An English bulldog with an underbite, was ...

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Today marks the first day of summer, a cosmic event

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE — June 21 marks the first day of summer, also known as summer solstice. If you’re looking for specific times, summer officially started at 5:37 a.m. today in Birmingham. What is summer solstice? Well, when measuring the number of hours, minutes, and seconds of daylight, June 21 is the longest day of the year. Basically, all places north of the equator wil ...

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Trussville YMCA receives $2,500 donation from nonprofit for youth programs

From The Trussville Tribune TRUSSVILLE — Adding to the money raised at an April fundraiser, the Trussville YMCA recently received a $2,500 donation from the nonprofit insurance group, Modern Woodmen Financial. [caption id="attachment_57533" align="alignleft" width="300"] Shelley Wirt, tennis director. Karen Holloman, representing Modern Woodman Financial , and Karen Lehr, Chair of the YMCA tennis fundraiser ...

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Playing the game: The unexpected search for the perfect-sized handbag

By June Mathews Special to The Tribune For the second time in six months, I changed purses yesterday. I usually carry the same purse for a year or more at a stretch buteven then, I consider switching to a new one a chore. Used to be, when I was working in downtown offices and dressing to the nines, I’d match my purses to my shoes daily. But somewhere along the way, I realized the world would likely not stop ...

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Agape Church helps reunite families through better parenting

By Crystal McGough For The Tribune PINSON — When children are removed from their parents’ home by the Department of Human Resources, many of these children often end up in a cycle. They will find themselves taken from their families, placed into foster care, and eventually returned to their birth parents only to be removed again months or years later. During their times of separation, churches, ministries a ...

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Free Fishing Day is June 9

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports MONTGOMERY — On Saturday, June 9, 2018, Alabamians and visitors alike will have the opportunity to fish for free in most public waters including both freshwater and saltwater. Free Fishing Day is part of National Fishing and Boating Week, which runs June 2-10. Approved by the Alabama Legislature, Free Fishing Day allows residents and non-residents to enjoy the outst ...

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PHOTO GALLERY: Alabama Wing Color Guard Academy graduation at Springville National Armory

By Nathan Prewett For the Tribune SPRINGVILLE — Sunday at the Springville National Guard Armory saw a class of 25 cadets graduating from the Alabama Wing Color Guard Academy of the Civil Air Patrol. Related story: Civil Air Patrol at Springville National Guard Armory aims to instill character in youth "The color guard is all about respecting the colors, which is the American flag," said cadet Jeremiah Scott ...

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