The Calhoun Community College Adult Education Division is excited to announce STEPS (Students Taking Effective Pathways to Success), which is a brand new career training initiative that will provide individuals with the basic knowledge and skills necessary to gain employment and succeed in the manufacturing industry. According to Mindi Russell, Calhoun Acting Adult Education Director, the free 8-week program combines curriculum from the MSSC (Manufacturing Skill Standards Council) and Ready to Work
The Calhoun Community College Technologies Division is now accepting applications for its Alabama FAME (Federation for Advanced Manufacturing Education), EPIC (Excellence in Process Industrial Controls) and AMP (Alliance for Machining Professionals) paid apprenticeship programs. The deadline to apply is 11:59 p.m. CST on March 31, 2021. According to John Holley, Calhoun Dean of Technologies, The FAME, EPIC, and AMP programs are ideal opportunities for individuals who have the desire to secure a career in
With winter weather impacting portions of North Alabama, LifeSouth Community Blood Centers has made the difficult decision to cancel some mobile blood drives and donor centers for staff and donor safety. LifeSouth Madison locations on Madison Blvd and County Line Road are closed and all mobile drives in Huntsville and Athens have canceled for Monday and Tuesday. LifeSouth Florence location on Veterans Blvd is closed and all mobile drives have been canceled for Monday and Tuesday. LifeSouth
Learning is a continuing journey and LearningQUEST invites you to take the first step by signing up. Take advantage of our annual Membership Drive and encourage your friends - an annual fee of $20 is all it takes. We offer a myriad of courses to choose from, both online and off. For the cooks, there's a chance to win a prize for a dessert entry. Let's get cooking. See the details on this full flyer. LearningQUEST is promoting its annual Membership Drive with a drawing for free membership when you
Papa Murphy’s Take ‘n’ Bake Pizza Partners with Children’s of Alabama to ''Share the Love'' Every Wednesday in February
BIRMINGHAM & HUNTSVILLE, AL - In recognition of National Heart Month, Papa Murphy’s Take ‘n’ Bake Pizza is partnering with Children’s of Alabama every Wednesday from 11 a.m. until 8 p.m. to donate 10% of all sales, in store and online, to support The Pediatric and Congenital Heart Center of Alabama. Including walk-in, call-in, and online orders, the February initiative aims to raise awareness and supportive fundraising for the pediatric cardiac center which cares for more than 12,000 children each year.
MADISON, Alabama – Baseball is officially back at Toyota Field! As the Rocket City Trash Pandas get set for their inaugural 2021 season, the organization is pleased to welcome several high school and college teams to the stadium as a tune-up for the games the team will host throughout the summer. Tickets to all contests are $10 per person, and admission is good for the entire day. Parking is $3 per car. Concessions will be available with traditional baseball fare, and beer/alcohol will ONLY be sold during
MADISON, Alabama – In preparation for the inaugural 2021 baseball season, the Rocket City Trash Pandas will conduct a job fair at Toyota Field on Saturday, February 27th at 10 A.M. Central. The team is looking for candidates with great energy and enthusiasm to work during Trash Pandas home games, helping to create the best fan experience in baseball. Positions are available across all departments: Food & Beverage, Retail, Ushers, Ticket Takers, Promotions, Production, Parking, Security, and
Partnership for a Drug-Free Community is approaching the one-year anniversary of the new Recovery Resource Hub. A virtual Town Hall on recovery topics is scheduled for Thursday, Feb. 4, from 6 to 8 p.m. through Facebook Live at www.facebook.com/thepdfcPanelistsDave Draper is a longtime member of the Partnership for a Drug-Free Community Board of Directors, currently serving on its Executive Committee. He pastors Draper Memorial Church of God in Christ. In 2021, he will celebrate his 40th year in recovery.