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The Thomasville Public Library on July 14 will host Mikel Wilson, USA Today bestselling author. He will be at the library from 4 – 6 p.m. for a book signing and android tablet giveaway.
To enter the giveaway: purchase “Ascension of the Blood Throne” on paperback or Kindle. Bring receipt or book to book signing to be entered. Names will be drawn at the book signing .
Wilson writes fantasy/suspense, murder mystery and Christian fiction.
His Christian series, “Shattered but Not Easily Broken” is based on the 2011 tornadoes that destroyed both Marengo County and then Tuscaloosa.
He has been on the USA Today bestseller list and has been number one on Amazon for weeks at a time. He has won accolades and awards for his books.
Bash 2 Man Tournament July 16 at 9 a.m. Thomasville Golf and Recreation Club.
The tournament will consist of 2 Mulligans/player with cash payouts, 27 holes and lunch will be provided.
For more information call 336-475-4280.
Williams Temple CME Church to celebrate the third Pastoral Anniversary of Pastor James Campbell Sunday, July 17 at 2 p.m. The theme will be “Esteem Them Highly!” and the scripture will be Thessalonians 5:12-13.
Guest speaker will be the Rev. Anthony Kimbrough of New Hope No. 1 Baptist Church.
The church is located at 206 Davis Ave in Thomsville.
The Living Church of God is still hosting a Pentecost Revival through July 22 at 7:30 nightly.
Guest speakers will be as follows:
Thursday, July 14 – Bishop Roger Kirksey
Friday, July 15 – Prophetess Angela Kirksey
Sunday, July 17 at 11 a.m.– Host Pastor Bishop Eddie C. Pugh Sr.
Monday, July 18 – Pastor Chris Smith
Tuesday, July 19 – Pastor Orlando Gandy
Wednesday, July 20 – Bishop Raymond McConnel
Thursday, July 21 – Bishop Landon Adams
Friday, July 22 – Evangelist Jerry Porter
The church is located at 31985 Hwy 43 in Thomasville.
New Hope No. 1 Baptist Church of Thomasville will present Youth Forever 4 Christ.
Worship rehearsals will be July 20 -21 at 6:30 p.m.
The Live Worship Experience will be July 22 at 7 p.m.
The concert will be a culmination of two days of musical education, praise dancers, life changing lessons and new friendships with directors, nationally recognized clinician and musical leaders.
The guest speaker will be Pastor Jermaine D. Keys, the clinician will be Wallace Marshall and the musical guest will be Marquis Holcombe.
The pastor/under shepherd is the Rev. Anthony D. Kimbrough Sr.
A donation of $5 for youths and $10 for adults is requested.
For more information contact: Alexis Bryant 334-471-0395 or Regina Madison 334-636-0043.
The Arts Council of Thomasville will present “The Robber Bridegroom” at the Thomasville Civic Center. Summer musical show dates will be as follows: July 29 and 30 at 7 p.m., July 31 at 2 p.m. and Aug. 1 at 7 p.m.
For more information contact the ticketing office at 334-367-3384.
Dual Enrollment orientation will be July 23 at 9 a.m. until noon at the Thomasville campus of Coastal Alabama Community College. Sessions are for both new and returning students. Parents are invited to attend.
Those attending will learn about student accounts, college email, online courses, canvas and the college experience.
To register www.coastalalabama.edu/academics/highschool programs/highschool dual-enrollment/
Fifth Sunday Worship service at Lower Peach Tree United Methodist Church will be hosted July 31 at 11 a.m. The church pastor, the Rev. Jim DuFriend, invites everyone to attend.
The Fifth-Sunday night singing July 31 at 5 p.m. at Midway Baptist Church and will feature congregational singing. Pastor Steve Trader invites everyone to attend.
Thomasville Middle School Orientation will be Aug. 1 and 2 at 5 p.m. in the school cafeteria.
Aug. 1 is for fifth and sixth grades; and Aug. 2 is for seventh and eighth grades.
Thomasville High School Orientation will be July 25 and 26 at 5 p.m. in the school gym.
July 25 is for 9th and 10th grades; and July 26 is for 11th and 12th grades.
Grove Hill Memorial Hospital to offer medical detoxification services to help people overcome withdrawal symptoms from drug and alcohol addictions through the New Vision™ withdrawal management service.
The New Vision service treats adults with a medically supervised hospital stay for inpatient stabilization, which usually lasts three days. The patient is able to detox from a substance in a safe, medically supervised environment.
New Vision at Grove Hill Memorial Hospital will provide treatment for substances including opioids (heroin, OxyContin); alcohol; benzodiazepines (Valium, Xanax); methamphetamine; cocaine; and combined substances.
Discharge planning will occur prior to leaving the hospital; the patient will be referred to appropriate community-based treatment programs to help prevent relapse and continue their treatment.
New Vision accepts patients who self-refer: a physician’s referral is not necessary for admission. Patients can only be admitted by a licensed physician and will be admitted five days a week.
Grove Hill Memorial Hospital accepts Medicare, Medicaid, most Medicare Advantage plans and commercial insurance plans such as Blue Cross- Blue Shield.
For more information contact New Vision at Grove Hill Memorial Hospital Monday through Friday at 251-309-9066 or visit them online at www.specialcarecorp.com /grovehill.
Free additional rapid COVID-19 tests are available for every U.S. household.
Visit COVID.gov/tests to place your order. You will need to enter your name and mailing address. You may also give your email address if you want status updates on the order.
Each new order includes eight free COVID-19 tests shipped to your home at no cost — two separate packages of four tests each.
At-home tests, or “self tests,” give rapid results and can be taken anywhere, regardless of your vaccination status or whether or not you have symptoms.
Visit CDC.gov to learn when to test yourself, how to use an at-home test, and what your test results mean.
Friends of Wanda Baugh Nichols have set up a donation account at Bancorp South for her medical expenses. There is also a donation jar at David’s Catfish House in Thomasville. Nichols is a former hair dresser, former Walmart and David’s Catfish employee. She was diagnosed with Breast Cancer several months ago and is now facing radiation treatments.
The Thomasville Farmers Market is open in downtown Thomasville (Clay Park Parking Lot next to the Community Garden) every Monday from 3 – 6 p.m. and will continue throughout the growing season.
Growers are welcome. If interested in participating, contact the Thomasville Alabama Chamber of Commerce at 334-636-1542.