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November 10, 2005 RSS feed / People

Pine Apple holds Hunter Appreciation

The members of Pine Apple Promotions, Inc. are proud to sponsor the 10th Annual Hunter Appreciation Day Festival on Saturday, Nov. 26 in historic downtown Pine Apple. More...

Horse Show is Nov. 12

The Extraordinary Women of Color will sponsor a horse show on Nov. 12 at 2 p.m. at the Thomasville Arena on Old Hwy. 5. More...

Birth

Stabler Mr. and Mrs. Scott Stabler (nee Ashley Pope) of Thomasville announce the birth of their daughter, Anna Katherine, born Oct. 16, 2005 at Jackson Medical Center in Jackson. She weighed 8 lbs. 8 oz. and was 20 inches long. More...

Fulton Christmas Parade is Nov. 26

Celebrate Christmas with Unity JJ Civic and Social Club in Fulton. The annual Fulton Christmas Parade More...

Veteran’s memorial dedicated

Some of the scouts from Boy Scout Troop 94 of Camden are pictured at the dedication ceremony of the Veterans Monument held in the Wilcox County Courthouse Square on Sunday, Nov. 6. More...

Orchestra to perform in Gilbertown

BTAPC will present the Hattiesburg High School String Orchestra on Thursday, November 17, 2005 at 6 pm. Tickets at $5.00 will be available at the Theatre in Gilbertown. More...

Bolen attends Edward Jones idea meeting

Kathy Bolen of the financial-services firm Edward Jones recently attended a regional meeting in Destin, Fla. to exchange work-related ideas with other branch office administrators. More...

Relay readying for 2006

American Cancer Society volunteers gathered in Birmingham in October to kick-off the 2006 Relay For Life season in Alabama. More...

Clarke Prep Athletic Club meeting

The Clarke Prep School Athletic Club will meet Thursday (today) at 5:30 at the football field. All members are urged to attend.

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Lindsey, Jackson attend CCERC meeting Oct. 20

The Clarke County Education Retirees Association met Oct. 20 at Gloria More...

Recycling center now open

The Recycling Center officially re-opened Oct. 4. We realize recycling is a valuable community service, which simultaneously allows us to employ Mental Health consumer in a positive work opportunity. More...

THS Cheerleaders place first

Thomasville High School Varsity Cheerleaders competed at the Clarke-Washington Fair last Thursday night in Jackson. They brought home first place trophies in dance and cheer. Kaitlin Day placed third place in the Jump-off. More...

Mott to celebrate 80th birthday Nov. 26

There will be an 80th birthday celebration for Mack Mott on Saturday, Nov. 26 at 3 p.m. at the Thomasville Baptist Church Fellowship Center. No gifts. RSVP by Nov. 23. For more information call 334-636-2884 or 636-0827. More...

Grant to help repair low income homes

The Community Action Agency of Baldwin, Escambia, Clarke, Monroe and Conecuh Counties has received funding for the Rural Development Housing Preservation Grant. More...

Peterman Station Arts and Crafts Festival is Nov. 19

The 22nd Annual Peterman Station Arts and Crafts Festival will be Saturday, Nov. 19 from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. More...

Safe hunting is no accident

Safe hunting is not an accident. It cannot be left to chance or just with the hopes that nothing bad will happen. If any of us becomes the victim of an accident, our families and all those who love and care about us, become victims as well. More...

Junior Women’s Club to sell BBQ

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Brunswick stew on sale Nov. 19

The Nanafalia Community Association will be selling Brunswick Stew at the Old Nanafalia School House in Nanafalia on Saturday, Nov. 19. Stew will be sold by the gallon for $20 and by the quart for $5. To order call, 334-736-4243 or 736-4361. More...

Children’s Advocacy Center gets state grant

Victims of child abuse in Choctaw, Clarke and Washington counties will continue to have a safe place to turn thanks in part to a grant awarded by Gov. Bob Riley. More...

Chamber calendar full of activities for Christmas

The Southwest Alabama Chamber of Commerce is now accepting nominations for the citizen of the year. Letters nominating a citizen can be mailed to the chamber office at PO Box 44, Thomasville, AL 36784. The deadline for nominations is Friday. More...