Approximately 600 bodies abounding the 64th Founders Day accident Oct. 30, according to Tom Hayward, admiral of the Chickasaw Breadth Chamber of Commerce.
One of the best accepted activities was the Halloween Apparel Contest, which saw 64 youngsters allusive for one of the top three spots in three altered age categories.
Winners in the 0-3 age analysis were babyish Sophie Griffin, aboriginal place, who came as an elephant; Areonna Villaloboos, added place, who was a Geisha girl; and Brodie Smith, third, dressed as a pirate.
In the 4-7-year-olds group, Eliana Amaya, dressed as a cookie sheet, took aboriginal place; Evan Cagle as the Joker won second; and Christina Gertsen as Little Bo Peep came in third. Christina’s blush accouterments and shepherd’s agents were fabricated complete with the accession of a “sheep,” her atramentous puppy cutting a white bleed covering to transform him into her absent lamb.
In the 8-12 division, Mikayla Spruill was absolute — and took aboriginal abode — with her delineation of a car hop. Cutting a blush amphitheater poodle brim and roller skates, she captured the attending and feel of a 1950s drive-in restaurant.
Priscilla Diaz got added abode for her assuming of a Spider Queen, and Selena Diaz won third as Jason.
Judges were Mobile County Commissioner Merceria Ludgood, Saraland Senior Centermost activities administrator Heidi Crittenden and this reporter.
The Founders Day accident was abounding with music and fun, including a ability show, some book signings, a bashful bargain and the presentation of an actual marker.
Hudson McDonald, Lt. Col U.S. Army (ret.), was on duke with his afresh appear book, “One Man’s Message,” which capacity his aggressive career and abstruse assignments. The Chickasaw built-in anon operates a bread and brand boutique and generally lectures on Confederate States of America bill and postal history.
Among the crafters was Margaret Holley with a appropriate craft: she had for auction Alabama and Auburn wreaths, as able-bodied as admirable Christmas wreaths.
A highlight of the day was the adherence of a brand on the history of Chickasaw and its ancestry as a shipyard village. The commemoration was conducted by Mayor Byron Pittman with State Rep. Randy Davis, R-Daphne; Chickasaw UMC pastor Steve Warren; and burghal board associates Adam Bourne, Jennifer White and Ross Naze present.
The Y’ze Red Hat Club met at Something Appropriate Deli in Saraland for their October meeting. Attending the affair were Vernie Boyett, Linda Dickerson, Christa Terry, Shirley Anderson, Carolyn Stetter, Diane Murphy, Ruby Tindle. Betty Haynes, Sonja Ritter, Carolyn McDonald, Inge McAdams, (Queen Bee) Lavoyce Richards, Loretta Clayton, Gloria Webb, Pat Castleberry, Peggy Williamson, Joyce Stacey, Mary Coate, Bee Ruhr and Carolyn Elam.
The Chickasaw Kiwanis Club afresh accustomed Officer Dan Stubbs with the anniversary badge acceptance for admirable duty. Kiwanian Ervin Dailey presented the award.
Christians aggregate at Bienville Square in burghal Mobile afresh to adjure for America during a “We the People” assemblage sponsored by the Twelve23 Movement, an bulge of the University of Mobile Centermost for Leadership.
Leading the adoration were Pastor Jerry Jenkins of Moffett Road Assembly of God; Pastor Joe Johnson of Mount Hebron Abbey Ministries; and Mark Foley, admiral of the University of Mobile.
On Nov. 18 at 9:30 a.m., Semmes Woman’s Club and Mary G. Montgomery High Academy and agents will account Semmes breadth retired agents with a brunch in the academy cafeteria. Roy Nichols, administrator of Mobile County accessible schools, will be the bedfellow speaker. For information, alarm Hillman at 251-649-2897 or co-chair Toni Davis, 251-649-5931.
Semmes Womans Club letters that tickets are now accessible for the added anniversary Semmes Christmas Tour of Homes on Dec. 11 from 3 to 7 p.m. Tickets are $10 anniversary with a abatement of $2 per actuality for a accumulation of 10 or more.
The Satsuma Association Development Alignment has set the date for the anniversary “Christmas in Satsuma Arts and Crafts Fair” — Dec. 4, the day of the Christmas Parade, which about brings in 3,000 viewers. Participants for the crafts fair in Baldwin Square are now actuality solicited.
Chairwoman Mary Pierce said the spaces hire for $25 and exhibitors allegation accouter their own tables and displays. Certain aliment items will not be accustomed for auction by vendors.
Forms are accessible at Satsuma Accessible Library or from the burghal website www.cityofsatsuma.com (click on Burghal Account & Events and the appliance is beneath Satsuma Christmas Parade). Deadline for allotment is Dec. 1. For details, alarm Pierce at 251-675-2465.
The Saraland Borough Forum is administering its anniversary Christmas Aliment Drive, accession non-perishable aliment items for beggared families in Saraland. Doris Leach of the Forum said that Saraland Water Department will accept a donation bin in the facility’s antechamber so that association can bead off items during approved business hours. Donations can additionally be fabricated at Saraland Borough Centermost or by contacting any Borough Forum affiliate to accomplish arrangements.
Contributions can additionally be brought to the Saraland anniversary Christmas Tree Lighting on Dec. 11 at the Borough Center. For information, alarm Ty Chandler, 251-675-5403, or Catherine Leach, 251-675-3819.
The Saraland Borough Forum is agreeable citizens, churches, borough groups, boot units and others to participate in the city’s 42nd anniversary Christmas array on Dec. 11 at noon. Rain date will be Dec. 18 at noon.
The affair of this year’s array is “Christmas through the Eyes of a Child.” While abundant advice can be accustomed by calling Bill Silver, 251-675-4873, or Saraland Chamber of Commerce, 251-675-4444, some basal rules apply.
The fee for accommodating is $30 with an added allegation of $5 per motorcycle. ATVs are not allowed. The aboriginal 25 spaces are reserved; all added spaces will be bent as access forms with fees are accustomed (Saraland Borough Forum, P.O. Box 462, Saraland, AL 36571).
A Santa Claus float will be provided and no added Santas will be accustomed in the parade; anniversary float is appropriate to accept a minimum of 75 pounds of bonbon (no adamantine candy) and/or trinkets. All entries allegation be postmarked by Dec. 8.
Mary L. Mancil, a advance with One Meal, which feeds the abandoned in burghal Mobile, is accession blankets, pillows, coats and added such items, as able-bodied as non-perishable aliment articles for the nonprofit organization. To acquaintance Mancil, alarm her at 251-661-5915.
First Baptist Abbey of Chickasaw will host the association Thanksgiving account on Nov. 21 at 6 p.m. The event, which involves accord from all of the churches in Chickasaw, is accessible to everyone. Refreshments will chase the service, said Charlot Day of Aboriginal Baptist Chickasaw.
Saraland Accessible Library is announcement the art of Carolyn Stetter during the ages of November. The December assuming will be a admixture of works by several altered artists, said babysitter Loretta Clayton.
Clayton said that the champ of the watercolor erfly painting she donated for a Saraland Woman’s Club fundraiser was Ravon Allen.
Turnerville Ladies Club captivated their Christmas in the Country accident on Nov. 6 at the association centermost on Celeste Road. One babe who enjoyed the day was Alexis Bookout, a second-grader at McDavid-Jones Elementary Academy in Citronelle. Between stints of alive in her mother’s ability booth, she had a brace of opportunities to sit on the lap of Santa (Rusty Sharp) and account the items she capital for Christmas. Alexis is the babe of Jamie and Charles Bookout of Turnerville.
Christmas in the Country is an anniversary fundraiser, which allows the Ladies Club to accomplish a donation to the Turnerville Advance Fire Department.
Port Burghal Craftsmen Holiday Appearance and Auction at Abba Shrine Auditorium on the weekend of Nov. 5-7 had a advanced array of arts and crafts acceptable for Christmas giving, for cutting or for decorating one’s home for the holidays.
Julie Ayers was appreciative to appearance off her decoupaged reindeer to a acquaintance and neighbor, Shawnette Wasmund, and sisters Mary Collins and Barbara Jernigan displayed actual admirable handmade Christmas stockings, an accession to the bowl pieces for which they are known.
The Family Feature Film at Saraland Accessible Library on Nov. 18 at 6 p.m. will be “Toy Story 3.” The movie, which runs 86 minutes, is rated G. Accouchement are encouraged to accompany their pillows and blankets to adore this fun, chargeless movie. For information, alarm 251-675-2879.
Saraland Elementary Academy alternate in the statewide Parenting Day on Oct. 18. A absolute of 375 parents enjoyed a barbecue lunch, appropriate music by Chelsea Sims and abounding added activities and entertainments.
Some Saraland Elementary fifth-graders accept been called by the Duke Talent Search program. They were called on their Stanford Achievement analysis after-effects from aftermost year; all denticulate in the 95th percentile or college on a allocation of the Stanford.
They accept the advantage of accommodating in the Duke Talent Program, which provides added work/material to enhance their education, said Brandi Davis of the school.
Those accustomed were Summer Dyas, Madilyn Wade, Jacob Kelly, Alyssa Hack, Cassidy McDonald, Janeane Lyons, Brooklyn Lundy, Zachary Hardman, Jahdia Feurtado, Ashlynn Moore, Sergio Borjas, Jacob Mitchell, Maggie Copeland, Garen Watson, Isaiah Holmes, Michaela McKinley, Aleah Myers, Laura Owen, Anthony Allen. Genna Hinton, Dylan Copeland, Jack West, Alydah Anderson, Cameron Goodrich, Hannah Pickett, Sarah Gatewood, Brittney Franks, Gabrielle Charles, Megan Smith, Taylor Cox, Rose Bedgood, Dylan Peterson, Ricardo Garcia, David McArthur, Landon Wallace, Dylan Wiggins, Jeffery Sullivan, Sarah Rouse, Dylan Dees, Kirk McDonald, Draven Byrd. Aaron Prestridge, Aniya Shade, Mason Whitlock, Hallie Rowell, John Bishop, Kelli James, Thomas Knapp and Kayleigh Johns.
Chickasaw Academy of Mathematics and Science called Character Kids for August and September recently, and they are, for August, Katie Boone, Kevin Foster, Sakiyah Jenkins, Devyn Loftin, Antania Hines, Alexandria Mabien, Madison Lynd, Dustin Brown, Brandon Derr, Kenely Russ, Kristen Mears, Baileigh Myers, Sabrina Presley and Mi’Ida White.
For September the Character Kids accommodate Demetrerius Knight, Benjamine Sutherland, Michael Bowdoin, McKenzie Lee, Camryn Gipson, Joshua McFadden, Blake Thrasher, Christian Hall, Sierrah Newbrough, Alexis Reeves, Dejia Powell, Jessica Mixon-Dates, Tiannah Taylor and Montanna Pruitt.
Tanner Williams Elementary Academy has a new slate of admiral for the 2010-11 academy year. Acceptance adopted Jake Spain as president; Kennedy Gill, carnality president; Lakyn Kyle, secretary and Kayla Horner, treasurer, according to sponsor, Sharon Powell.
McDavid-Jones Elementary Academy came out a champ at the Greater Gulf State Fair. The school’s 4H Club won a dejected award for a berth advantaged “McDavid-Jones Barnyard Buddies — see what we can do for you.” The berth featured a ablaze red barn and white fence, with animals fabricated from recycled materials.
Parent advance Brandi Lynch headed the board of parents, agents and acceptance who advised and complete the booth. Lynch’s son Anden is in Nicole Rhoads’ first-grade class.
The school’s “Classroom in the Forest” berth won a added abode ribbon. This one featured abatement leaves busy by the PreK and kindergarten students. Pinecones and acorns were busy by first-graders, and a covering in the centermost of the “forest” showed called works from accouchement in added grade. Amanda Robinson was in allegation of this booth; her son, Harrison, is in Larrah Craig’s kindergarten class.
The Semmes Middle Academy Media Centermost affair for this academy year is “Read like a Rock Star.” In befitting with this theme, agents associates entertained and amused acceptance by advancing to academy in apparel recently.
There were the Blues Brothers, Lady Gaga, Cyndi Lauper, Justin Beiber, Janis Joplin, Slash, Jennifer Hudson, J-Lo, Pink, Joan Jett, Aretha Franklin, Eminem, Sheryl Crow, Elvis, Katy Perry and others.
Teachers and agents affiliate who took allotment in this accomplishment to animate acceptance to adore the acquaintance of account were Norma Arras, Carol Jones, Krissy Walther, Tony Guardalabene, Summer Calderone, Tiffany Reeves, Deborah Sessions, Tiffany Switzer, Chasity White Brenda Shenesey, Tessa Brown, Miranda Steadham, Carrie Baxter, Justine Everett, LeeAnn Woodward, Debbie Harris, Anne Sims, Lisa Miller, Rachel Mudrich, Tawana Marshall, Christa Stanley, Janice Cowart, Ruby Jones, Hart Jones, Jonathan Braswell, Jennifer Sellers, Norma Gardner, Fran Phillips, Mitch Barnett, Kim Henderson, Esther Hosey, Doris Brown, Kathleen Tonder, Kevin Balius, D.W. Steele, Toni Morris, Vicki Gaston, Ursula Tucker, Michael Doriot and Arnold Tillman.
North Mobile Christian School’s Lady Crusaders volleyball aggregation won the CMSAA Championship Volleyball Tournament on Oct. 22; this is their third after championship, said Linda Page, backer for the school.
Under the administration of drillmaster Tray Collins, the acceptable aggregation consists of the afterward members: Catherine Walker, Karalyne Stacey, Bailey Bennett, Kennedy Williams, Taylor Carpenter, Megan Fournier, Anna Heathcoe, Bria Perry, Kendall Stacey, Hannah Jones, Gracie Copeland, Cheyenne Godwin, Claire Copeland, Amberly Hicks, Avery Cooper, Avery Ryan and Kaitlyn Obradovich. Michael Bell is arch at North Mobile Christian School.
Students from Prichard Preparatory Academy in Eight Mile visited the Gulf Coast Research and Auburn Extension Centermost in Fairhope afresh and abounding got their aboriginal attending at a actual adolescent calf.
PPS Arch Rosalie Howley said that the Museum of Mobile partnered with her academy to accord the accouchement an befalling for the acreage trip, breadth they got to pet the 2-day-old dogie and added animals.
Among the acceptance adequate the “farm” were Skylarr Jackson, Caleb Gable, Shakira Martinez, Kanisha Foster, Jonathan Abney, Alaya Wright, Tamara Maiben, Breyona Wilkins, Jermon Muhammad. Saniyah Rembert, Trinity Huff and Brandon Simmons.
Prichard Mayor Ron Davis apprehend to breadth acceptance in an accomplishment to advance articulacy and animate accouchement to read. He alternate in the National JumpStart Apprehend for the Record Campaign on Oct. 7 by account “The Snowy Day” to Pre-K acceptance at Grant Elementary Academy in Prichard.
Then he chock-full in at Dixon’s Absolute Touch Child Development Centermost on Oct. 13 to apprehend during that school’s “Reading Saves the Day” book fair. Acceptance in Tontella Hodge’s chic who enjoyed the mayor’s account were Ri’Chard Gandy, Christian Young, Joshua Sullivan, Kahlia Dockery, Juannya Thomas and Taylor Means.
Wilmer Elementary acceptance acclaimed Red Award Anniversary Oct 22-29, and Malinda Gray, academy counselor, planned a anniversary abounding of activities to animate them to break biologic free.
On Monday, acceptance went to a Biologic Chargeless Pep Assemblage breadth Cpl. Chris McLean of the Mobile County Sheriff’s Department batten to them about drugs, biologic accouterments and adage no to drugs. Wilmer Student Board admiral alien the speakers.
Treasurer Baylee Buck apprehend a composition blue-blooded “My Future’s Bright” and alien the MGM cheerleaders, who led acceptance in acclaim about adage no to drugs.
On Tuesday, acceptance were accustomed to abrasion their admired caps or hats in an accomplishment to put “A Cap on Drugs.” Outstanding with their awe-inspiring and absurd caps and hats were fifth-graders Rachel Whiddon, McKenzie Caylor, Jessica Upshaw and Victoria Dunlap.
On Wednesday, they were apprenticed to abrasion red and to accompany their admired blimp beastly to school. The affair for the day was “Hugs are bigger than Drugs.”
Library advance Kari Brunson aing the children, including third-grader Colby Miller, and kindergartners Ava Nolfe, Emma Wiggins and Anthony Thornton in bringing her admired beastly to school. On Thursday, they were reminded that “My Future is too ablaze for Drugs” and wore sunglasses to school.
Finally, Friday was “Sock it to Drugs Day!” and the challenge was on to see which acceptance wore the craziest socks and/or tights.
Mary G. Montgomery High Academy afresh acclaimed Accession with a bazaar theme, acceptance acceptance to dress to a altered affair anniversary day arch up to the accession football game.
One decidedly accepted dress-up day was the “Blast from the Past Day,” during which Allison Miller’s Administration Chic dressed as aggregate from Built-in Americans to hippies to Batman. Among those assuming their academy spirit were Sydney Walker, Lindsey Holub, Kelsey Eiland, Lindsey Rosen, Kimberly Smith, Beth Donald, Rick Flowers, Morgan Sieck, Morgan Parker and Kayla Bray.
The anniversary concluded with Kayla Bray actuality crowned Accession Queen and Rick Flowers address the appellation of King.
Other associates of the Accession Court were Corey Bable, Brooke Bray, Amber Allen, Morgan Byrd, Duke Williams, Chris Walker, Catherine Zivanov, Amber Brooks, Bailey Whittington, Amanda Nadeau, Lewis Bexley, Colton Carlisle, Kelsey Eiland, Kandace Cox, Ronni Williams, Payton Rascoe and Leann Strickland. Senior Miss Spirit was Kelsey Eiland; Mr. Spirit was Rick Flowers.
Lott Middle Academy in Citronelle has called three acceptance as November Wildcats of the Month, according to backer Jaclyn Snow-Weaver. Those accustomed were Tristan Smith, eighth grade; Tamera Turner, seventh and Ariel Scott, sixth grade.
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