CULLMAN — Rebecca Branch, president; Peggy Day, president-elect; Beverly Wilkerson and Peggy Harris of the Executive Board recently attended the Alabama Pilot International Convention in Montgomery. The Cullman Pilot Club received two Pilot International Founders Fund Certificates for being a 250 Club by donating $250 for grants and scholarships and a Pacesetter Club for donating $420 to Brain-related Disorders and Research Fund. They also received three Alabama District Awards – Community Service Project Award – third place, the Sally Douglas Membership Award for the club recruiting the most members, and the Maggie Award went to Rebecca Branch for the member sponsoring the most new members.
Cullman Lions' Club presented donation to Cullman County Schools
Ed Henke, of the Cullman Lions' Club, presented a check for $6,500 to Stephanie Coffey, teacher of the visually impaired; and Tiffanye Mitchell, coordinator of Special Education, Cullman County School System. These funds will be used to purchase equipment and material for students with visual impairments in the Cullman County School System.
EES to present ‘Oklahoma’
Students at East Elementary School will present the Broadway musical “Oklahoma” at 7 p.m. April 25; and at 1 p.m. April 16, in the school’s gym. Doors will be open one hour early each day. Admission is $5; children five years and under are free. Proceeds will go to future productions by the East Elementary Musical Theatre Department.
For more information, contact the school office at 256-734-2232.
St. Bernard Prep to present 'Cinderella'
St. Bernard Preparatory School will present the timeless classic, "Cinderella," a Rodgers and Hammerstein Production, Thursday, May 1-3, beginning at 6:56 p.m. and a Sunday afternoon performance on May 4 at 2 p.m.
City of Cullman donates to Veterans Park at Sportsman Lake
The City of Cullman recently made a donation to the Cullman Veterans Memorial Park at Sportsman Lake. This donation allowed for the completion of the park, which includes the pavilion, new flags, and the large concrete American flag that greets all who enter the park.
Deutsch guest speaker for Wallace State Earth Day event
Dr. Bill Deutsch, professor emeritus at Auburn University and founder of Alabama Waterwatch, will be the guest speaker during Wallace State Community College’s Earth Day events on April 22, sponsored by the Green Team. Deutsch is a researcher with Auburn University’s School of Fisheries, Aquaculture and Aquatic Sciences and recently returned from working on a water project in Kenya.
Bloomin' Festival fair and 5K/10K run is April 5-6
Have any plans for next weekend?St. Bernard Prep School to host 30th Annual Bloomin’ Festival Arts and Crafts Fair on April 5-6, 2014; 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days. Admission Donation to festival is $5. www.bloominfestival.com or www.facebook.com/bloominfestival.
Cullman's senior center to close March 24
The Donald E. Green Senior Center will be closed the week of March 24-28, 2014, due to roof construction. Regular activities will resume Monday, March 31.
- Cold Springs High School pageants Friday
Ballet scholarship applications has Thursday deadline
The Cullman Ballet Society has auditions for summer scholarships, with registration at noon Saturday, March 15, at the Cullman Ballet Theatre School. The deadline for scholarship applications is this Thursday, March 13, 2014. Those interested may contact the school at 256-734-7775; or Jo Anne Skoog at 205-515-3445.
Brittany Kay Robinson named 2014 Wallace State Homecoming Queen
Wallace State's Brittany Kay Robinson of Sylacauga is Wallace State Community College's 2014 Homecoming Queen. She was crowned queen during halftime of the men's basketball game Monday night versus Snead State.
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