The Cullman Monday Night Duplicate Bridge Club winners for April 23, 2018, were: Algene Kuchinka and Jean Kessinger, first and Kathy Dubberly and Margaret Phillips, second.

The newest members of Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church in Cullman were baptized, confirmed and received the Holy Eucharist during Easter Vigil services.

Here is a look at people who applied for marriage licenses in the Cullman County Probate Office from March 15-27:

Clinton George Morgan of Cullman and Sara Alyse Teichmiller of Vinemont.

James Darron Adams and Telisha Dean Butler Wyatt, both of Cullman.

John Connor Adams of Cullman and Anna Victoria Joyner of Hanceville.

Jeremy Wayne Hays and Kelly Lynne Briscoe Ziannis, both of Cullman.

Corey Allen Smith of Falkville and Erica Rena Crabtree Smith of Cullman.

Daniel Titus Ballew and Kimberly Kaye Stanley Turner, both of Hanceville.

Anthony Dewayne Swindle and Christina Ann Baez King, both of Cullman.

Joseph Lehman Brown II of Pinson and Ellery He is Freeman of Warrior.

Joseph Earle Sasser II and Kayecea Rannelle Chandler, both of Hartselle.

Terry Andrew Wendel and Laura Ann Prouhet, both of Acworth, Ga.

Kyle Houston Spears and Britney Megan Schultz, both of Hanceville.

Andrew Joseph Stevenson and Madison Baylee Ayers, both of Cullman.

Brayden Delmer Bailey and Haili Michelle Needham, both of Cullman.

Kyle Blake Williams of Logan and Sharon Jane Breedlove of Cullman.

William Kenton Reese Parker and Nirvana Mercedez Lynn Durham Greg, both of Cullman.

Jonathan Eric Myers and Tonea Kay Parker, both of Cullman.

Aaron Ashley Goodman of Cullman and Madison Ashley White of Albertville.

Samuel Harrison Crumbley of Cullman and Ashleigh Noelle Fowler of Crane Hill.

Will Jeremy Ducan of Logan and Kayla Nicole Graham of Cullman.

Kenneth Kyle Sullins and Kendra Michele Shaw, both of Vinemont.

Chris Dwight Sears of Holly Pond and Jennifer Susan Brindley Brown of Eva.

Jake Joseph George Jones and Elizabeth Ramirez, both of Cullman.

James Matthew Hill and Bridget Michelle Rushing Williams, both of Crane Hill.

Hunter Daniel Lee Gant and Morgan Leigh McCarty, both of Arab.

Anthony Levi Cordova and Victoria Lynn Metcalfe, both of Cullman.

These ratings are taken from the Alabama Department of Public Health Website at foodscores.state.al.us.

Scoring System

The overall score determines the reinspection schedule and the use of enforcement actions:

Scoring between 85 and 100: Establishments are considered to be in satisfactory compliance and are inspected on routine schedule.

Scoring between 70 and 84: Establishments require a follow-up inspection within 60 days.

Scoring 60-69: Establishments require follow-up and reinspection within 48 hours. 

Scoring below 60: Establishments are closed immediately. Scores may be accessed at adph.org.

All As

Third Grade: Kylee Aughinbaugh, Phoenix Burley, Hollyn Bruer, Elijah Cole, Ethan Day, Baylee Dye, Emmylou Early, Lainey Gerstman, Emilee Light-Gober, Kayleigh Light, Ben Myers, Olivia Parker, Leila Pearl, Colt Perdue, Logan Perdue, Zaxton Tubbs

Fourth Grade: Cheyenne Bishop, Ella Dickerson, Natalie Finch, Ally Finley, Aiden Freeman, Addison Jones, Tycen Kilgo, Addison Kilgo, Ty Peppers, Ash’Bie Rhodes, Sadie Smith, Megan Starnes

Fifth Grade: Cameron Baty, Taylor Feretti, Kenady Graves, Skylar Holliman, Dixie Light, Adriana Young 

Sixth Grade: Dakota Barnett, Ella Bruer, Ciara Calvert, Evan Freeman, Reagan Parris, Malaya Taylor, Allison White, Kaylee Windsor, Madison Yennerell

The ladies of the Berlin Sunshine Club met Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018, at the Berlin Community Center. Jill Hollis and Ann Bishop coordinated the potluck meal, which was prepared and served by members.

These ratings are taken from the Alabama Department of Public Health Website at foodscores.state.al.us.

Scoring System

The overall score determines the reinspection schedule and the use of enforcement actions:

Scoring between 85 and 100: Establishments are considered to be in satisfactory compliance and are inspected on routine schedule.

Scoring between 70 and 84: Establishments require a follow-up inspection within 60 days.

Scoring 60-69: Establishments require follow-up and reinspection within 48 hours. 

Scoring below 60: Establishments are closed immediately. Scores may be accessed at www.adph.org.

Share Club met Jan. 9, 2018, at Grumpy's Italian Grill. President Delane Milligan called the meeting to order, followed by the reading of the Club Collect by Connie Sandlin. Jennifer Shugarts called roll, and the minutes from last month were read and approved.

Share Club had its Christmas social on Dec. 12, 2017, at TP County Club. President Delane Milligan called the group to order, followed by the reading of the Club Collect by Mary Barnes.

The Wallace State Community College Quiz Bowl team earned a trip to the National Academic Quiz Tournaments’ Community College Championship in Chicago, Ill., after qualifying for the event in competition held last month at Bevill State. This will be the team's third trip to nationals, finishing 11th in the nation in 2012 and 9th last year in Minneapolis, Minnesota. They will enter the 2018 national tournament with their best regular-season record.

The 91 Homemakers Club met Feb. 8. Mabra Hulsey was the hostess. The president called the meeting to order and regular business was conducted. The flag was presented by the vice president and the hostess read the devoted from a book of daily devotions.

These ratings are taken from the Alabama Department of Public Health Website at foodscores.state.al.us.

Scoring System

The overall score determines the reinspection schedule and the use of enforcement actions:

Scoring between 85 and 100: Establishments are considered to be in satisfactory compliance and are inspected on routine schedule.

Scoring between 70 and 84: Establishments require a follow-up inspection within 60 days.

Scoring 60-69: Establishments require follow-up and reinspection within 48 hours. 

Scoring below 60: Establishments are closed immediately. Scores may be accessed at www.adph.org.

Share Club met Nov. 14, 2017, at the home of Robyn Nance. A delicious meal was served by Lee Adams, Jackie Donovan, Kim Masters and Mary Moss. President Delane Milligan called the meeting to order, followed by the reading of the Club Collect by Lee Adams. Jennifer Shugarts called roll, and the minutes from last month were read and approved.

The Cullman Monday Night Duplicate Bridge Club winners for Jan. 29 2018, were Sharon McClanahan and Susie Wilke, first place; and tied for second/third were Kathy Dubberly and Margaret Phillips and Bill and Wanda Peters.

The 91 Homemakers Club met Jan. 11. Sue Evans was hostess. The club’s president called the meeting to order and Vice President Terri Sapp led the pledge to the flag. The origin of the candy cane was read by Marilyn Cruce for the meeting’s devotion.

These ratings are taken from the Alabama Department of Public Health Website at foodscores.state.al.us.

Scoring System

The overall score determines the reinspection schedule and the use of enforcement actions:

Scoring between 85 and 100: Establishments are considered to be in satisfactory compliance and are inspected on routine schedule.

Scoring between 70 and 84: Establishments require a follow-up inspection within 60 days.

Scoring 60-69: Establishments require follow-up and reinspection within 48 hours.

Scoring below 60: Establishments are closed immediately. Scores may be accessed at www.adph.org.

All As

First Grade: Bailee Bradford, Madalynn Cheatham, Laylah Dooley, Leighann Dragon, Carson Duke, Landon Dupree, Faith Elliott, Kaylee Galloway, Khloe Goodwin, Coston Hanvey, Wyatt Holcomb, Scarlette Hudson, Maylenda Johnson, Benton Jones, Westin Lindsey, M’Kenleigh Peak, Landon Prater, Nathan Puckett, Asher Sandlin, Eli Shaddix, Emily Swaim, Dixie Thomason, Karson Thomason

Second Grade: Levi Brown, Dustin Butler, Kaden Carrington, Addison Caudle, Brady Fulford, Alivia Godbee, Landon Hall, Lillian Jones, Spencer Jones, Brian Kanaday, Nolan Oden, Avery Poole, Harmony Speegle, Bentley Walker, Brennen Weeks

The Cullman Duplicate Bridge Club winners for Dec. 27, were Algene Kuchina and Margaret Phillips, first place; and Diane Brown and Pat Ross, second.

These ratings are taken from the Alabama Department of Public Health Website at foodscores.state.al.us.

Scoring System

The overall score determines the reinspection schedule and the use of enforcement actions:

Scoring between 85 and 100: Establishments are considered to be in satisfactory compliance and are inspected on routine schedule.

Scoring between 70 and 84: Establishments require a follow-up inspection within 60 days.

Scoring 60-69: Establishments require follow-up and reinspection within 48 hours.

Scoring below 60: Establishments are closed immediately. Scores may be accessed at www.adph.org.

These ratings are taken from the Alabama Department of Public Health Website at foodscores.state.al.us.

Scoring System

The overall score determines the reinspection schedule and the use of enforcement actions:

Scoring between 85 and 100: Establishments are considered to be in satisfactory compliance and are inspected on routine schedule.

Scoring between 70 and 84: Establishments require a follow-up inspection within 60 days.

Scoring 60-69: Establishments require follow-up and reinspection within 48 hours. 

Scoring below 60: Establishments are closed immediately. Scores may be accessed at www.adph.org.

These ratings are taken from the Alabama Department of Public Health Website at foodscores.state.al.us.

Scoring System

The overall score determines the reinspection schedule and the use of enforcement actions:

Scoring between 85 and 100: Establishments are considered to be in satisfactory compliance and are inspected on routine schedule.

Scoring between 70 and 84: Establishments require a follow-up inspection within 60 days.

Scoring 60-69: Establishments require follow-up and reinspection within 48 hours. 

Scoring below 60: Establishments are closed immediately. Scores may be accessed at www.adph.org.

The 91 Homemakers Club met Nov. 9, at the home of Juanita Latta, hostess. The president called the meeting to order and Faith Hammock led the pledge to the flag. Juanita gave the devotion from the book of Matthew.

The ladies of the Berlin Sunshine Club met Thursday, Oct. 12 at the Berlin Community Center. Members present were Peggy Hardman, Marilyn Bolte, Tootie Sanford, June Butts, Ann Bishop, Jill Bishop Hollis, Gail Wood, Becky Burke, Kathy Serpa, Karen Dunn, Becky Cook, Jo Schaffer, Joyce Rodgers, Susie Smith, Wanda Hodge and Patty Martin.

The Cullman Monday Night Duplicate Bridge Club winners for Nov. 27, 2017, were Kathy Dubberly and Margaret Phillips, first place; tied for second and third places were Harry and Pat Roach with Bill and Wanda Peters; fourth were Robbye Binkley and Mary Henry.

These ratings are taken from the Alabama Department of Public Health Website at foodscores.state.al.us.

Scoring System

The overall score determines the reinspection schedule and the use of enforcement actions:

Scoring between 85 and 100: Establishments are considered to be in satisfactory compliance and are inspected on routine schedule.

Scoring between 70 and 84: Establishments require a follow-up inspection within 60 days.

Scoring 60-69: Establishments require follow-up and reinspection within 48 hours. 

Scoring below 60: Establishments are closed immediately. Scores may be accessed at www.adph.org.

Jason and Cindi Mays, along with grandmother, Edith Dean, 94, recently celebrated a combined total of 192 years of birthdays!

Jathan Smith, 10, harvested this 7-pt. buck at Bankhead Forest on Saturday, Nov. 11.

These ratings are taken from the Alabama Department of Public Health Website at foodscores.state.al.us.

Scoring System

The overall score determines the reinspection schedule and the use of enforcement actions:

Scoring between 85 and 100: Establishments are considered to be in satisfactory compliance and are inspected on routine schedule.

Scoring between 70 and 84: Establishments require a follow-up inspection within 60 days.

Scoring 60-69: Establishments require follow-up and reinspection within 48 hours. 

Scoring below 60: Establishments are closed immediately. Scores may be accessed at www.adph.org.