- Pilot Club of Cullman donates to Pilot Light Home
Cullman Ballet Company perform in dance festival
Every year the Alabama Dance Council brings dance from all over the state to participate in a festival.
Greentree Circle renamed Cooper Circle
Greentree Circle, a private street in the Greentree Apartment complex, has been officially renamed “Cooper Circle” in honor of the long-time service of Mr. James Cooper.
DAR and CAR groups hold joint meeting
The Dripping Springs Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution and the Arkadelphia Society Children of the American Revolution held a joint meeting in the Bob Sapp Room of the Cullman First United Methodist Church Sunday, Feb. 3.
Cullman Ballet Society honors Willingham with tea
The Cullman Ballet Society, Inc. presented Elaine Willingham with a plaque at a tea and silent auction Sunday Dec. 2, in honor and recognition of her forty years of dedicated service to the teaching of the art of ballet to the Cullman community. Shown
Walk for Multiple Sclerosis March 9
Cullman and the surrounding area is getting ready for the Alabama-Mississippi Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society’s Walk MS in Cullman Saturday, March 9, 2013.
- Miss West Point, Miss FCCLA, FCCLA Beau, and Fair Queen pageants
Cullman Middle School Miss Pioneer pageant
The Cullman Middle School Miss Pioneer pageant was held Jan. 19, in the high school auditorium.
- Cullman Civitan installs new members
International Supreme Governor Henderson visits Cullman Moose
The Cullman Moose Lodge No. 1861 held a reception for James Henderson Sr., the Supreme Governor of Moose International, which includes the USA, Canada, and Great Britain, on Jan.12, 2013.
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