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FCHS FUND RAISER
Fayette County High School is selling ribeye sandwich plates for $10. Plate
includes sandwich,chips, drink and a
dessert. Pickups are on Jan. 30 from 5 - 7 p.m. in the FCHS Commons.If you would like a ticket please call 205-932-
6313 ext. 21 or come by the school.
WALNUT LANE VFD FUND RAISER
The Walnut Lane Volunteer Fire Department and Newtonville Community Center will
hold their annual Brunswick
Stew Sale on Saturday, Jan. 31. Orders may be placed prior to the sale by calling Barbara at 904-9597 or
Rosalind/Grady at 932-4331. Orders may be picked up at the Newtonville Community Center on Jan. 31 from 11 a.m.
until 2 p.m. Price is $35 per gallon or $17.50 for a half-gallon. Phone orders should be no later than Jan. 29.
ST. MICHAEL’S HOAGIE SALE
St.Michael’s Episcopal Church is having their 20th Annual Super Bowl Sunday Hoagie Sale on
Sunday, Feb. 1. Call the
church at 205-932-6929 to reserve your meal or see one of the members for tickets. Meal are $7.50 and include a large
dressed hoagie with two cheeses and three meats. Included also are chips and a brownie. They can be picked up Sunday
between 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.
PRAYER SHAWL MINISTRY
The Prayer Shawl Ministry will meet at the Fayette County Medical Center lobby
on Tuesday, Feb. 3, 2015. For more
information you may call Frances Lowe at 932-5022. We would love to have new members!
FEBRUARY 3 - 13
BSCC - DARKNESS INTO LIFE EXHIBIT
The Stories of Twenty Alabama Holocaust Survivors Told in Photographs, Paintings
and Text (Darkness into Life) by
Becky Seitel and Mitzi J. Levin will be on display at the Fayette campus of Bevill State Feb. 3 through Feb. 13.
AARP tax aide volunteers will be preparing tax returns again this year at the
Fayette Civic Center beginning Feb. 6. The
service will end April 10. Tax aide will be closed April 3 for Good Friday. The tax aide volunteers will be at the Civic
Center from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. Returns will be done by appointment only. You must bring proof of health insurance for
each member of your family, a photo ID, last years tax return, Social Security cards for each member of your family
and all of your tax related forms. Also bring a check from your checking account or a letter from your bank on bank
letterhead stating your account number and your routing number. We cannot accept those figures written on a piece of
paper nor will you be allowed to call your bank for that information. This is a free service to the public.For tax related
questions or to make an appointment please call Sam Colburn at 205-270-0104.
GO MATH NIGHT
Hubbertville 21st Century in partnership with AMSTI “GO MATH NIGHT” will be held Feb. 10, from 5 - 6 p.m. The
focus of this program is to help parents with the new math strategies. The program is open to all Hubbertville parents
and refreshments will be provided. Please contact the school at 205-487-2845 if you are in interested in attending as
AMSTI will be providing resources.
HUBBERTVILLE BAND FUND RAISER
The Hubbertville Band is selling chocolate covered strawberries, roses and goofy
grams to be delivered to the school
only on Feb. 13 for Valentine’s Day. Strawberries are six for $10 and 12 for $18. Roses range from one for $4 to 12 for
$35. The goofy grams are messages written on heart stationary and delivered to the classroom by costumed band
parents. These are 50 cents each or 75 cents for anonymous. All forms and payments must be returned to the school
office or Erika McCaleb no later than Feb. 10.
FCHS CLASS OF 1965 REUNION
An organizational meeting of the 50th reunion of the Fayette County High School
class of 1965 will be held Feb. 21 at 1
p.m. at the home of Jackie Waldon. Girlfriends of ‘65 are asked to bring a dessert. If you have any old school photos,
snapshots or old Tiger Rags please bring them. Photos from the 10-year reunion in 1975 are also requested.
LITTLE MISS BERRY
Berry High School will host the annual Little Miss Berry pageant on Feb. 21 at
the BHS George Traweek gymnasium at
6 p.m. Registration forms may be picked up from the BHS main office, Tuugies II or Eagle Rock Grill. The registration
form and $20 fee must be returned to the BHS main office by Feb. 13. No late registrations will be accepted. Contestant
categories are birth-18 months, non-walker; birth-18 months, walker; 19 months-three years; four-five-year-olds; K-first
grade, second-third grade and fourth-sixth grade. Contestants in fourth-sixth grade division must be BES students in
order to be eligible to participate. Pageant admission is $5. Everyone must pay admission except the contestants.
The Fayette Area Chamber of Commerce 2015 Banquet will be held Thursday, March
19, beginning at 6:30 p.m. in the
Earl McDonald Auditorium at Bevill State Community College. Featured speaker will be John Croyle, Founder and
Executive Director of Big Oak Ranch, a Christian home for children. Cost of the meal is $15. Tickets may be obtained
from any Chamber Board member or from the Chamber office in City Hall or call Jo Frances White at 932-4587 to