HANCEVILLE — The Wallace State Future Foundation raised more than $200,000 to provide financial aid to the college’s students during the found…
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In advance of the Nov. 17 Wallace State Community College Future Foundation Luncheon, an online auction is up and running through Nov. 11.
Ray DeMonia, whose auctioneering skills and showmanship separated people from their dollars for the benefit of several area fundraisers, died Sept. 1.
If you’ve been daydreaming of loading up, on the cheap, on tons of random goodies that your state government simply doesn’t know what to do with, then the next few days might just come as an early Christmas present.
For the second year in a row, the COVID pandemic has scuttled plans for an in-person celebration of the North Alabama Agriplex’s Harvest to Home dinner. But the show goes on online, with the nonprofit’s annual silent auction set to kick off on Thursday.
The Wallace State Future Foundation is gearing up for its 16th annual fundraiser.
The Class of 1962 of Hanceville High School has made a sizable donation to the high school library in the form of a book per classmate, totaling 69 books including one for Hubert Heck, principal, and senior sponsors Dorothy Morris and Billy Ray.
After 65 years of holding auctions on Thursdays, the Cullman Stockyard this week changed its weekly auction day to Tuesday.