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  • Historic Lowry House Backyard Concert Series Features Drew Richter and Chelsea Cerha

      The Historic Lowry House is featuring great bands as well as great singers and songwriters this summer to entertain one and all and raise money for preservation projects.   Saturday, July 26th, Drew Richter and Chelsea Cerha take the stage.  Doors open at 7:00 pm.  All proceeds benefit preservation efforts.   Shows will be held in the shaded backyard complete with a large misting fan. In addition,  free Barbecue by Doctor Barbecue will be available as well as free transportation […]

  • Drum Corps International Returns to Huntsville

    Drum Corps International and the U.S. Army Materiel Command Brass Band will present a joint musical event at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center on Thursday evening, July 24th from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in Apollo Court.   World Class Corps Crossmen from San Antonio, Texas, and Troopers from Cheyenne, Wyo., will join the Army Band at the Huntsville landmark for a free public event to showcase brass music beginning at 5:00 p.m. and face off DrumLine Battle exhibition at 6:00 p.m. […]

  • Chip In with Ability Plus Golf Tournament set for September 19th

    The Second Annual Chip In with Ability Plus Golf Tournament is coming up on September 19th at Burningtree Country Club in Decatur. AbilityPlus  maintains residential homes and day habilitation for individuals in North Alabama with intellectual disabilities. Enjoy a great day of golf and help support this great non-profit organization! Click here for more information.    

  • North Parway Lowe’s hosts Safety Day on July 26th

    Head over to Lowe’s on North Memorial Parkway on Saturday, July 26th for Safety Day. See fire trucks, helicopters and more.  Have your child fingerprinted and learn about safety. The fun starts at 10 am and goes until 3 pm in the parking lot of Lowe’s, 3505 North Memorial Parkway. For more information call (256) 859-0735.  

  • Phoenix Seeks to Assist Individuals with Disabilities

    Phoenix is a nonprofit business that provides jobs, job placements and other services for people with disabilities. Through the efforts of it’s 700 employees, Phoenix manufactures at least 15 percent of the burial flags the government gives to military families, along with parachute harnesses for the Army, carrying straps and equipment bags for the TOW missile, and high-quality embroidered products for businesses, churches and other organizations. Phoenix also serves Redstone Arsenal by performing the groundskeeping and janitorial services and supplying administrative support. These programs are designed to accomplish […]

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    Featured Job: Patient Care Aide 7a-7p

    The Patient Care Aide works under the direction of the RN/LPN. The responsibilities of the Patient Care Aide include providing direct patient care and maintaining patient care standards. Must exhibit the ability to work with people from diverse socio-economic backgrounds; to organize, set priorities and manage multiple priorities, and to adapt to a rapidly changing environment.   Education: HS/GED required.   Experience: Must have completed a certified nursing assistant training program (exception: PCAs or CV Aides hired prior to August […]

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    Featured Job: IT Service Delivery Director

    In this role, you will: Manage a Service Delivery organization of approximately 100 employees responsible for delivering Computing Infrastructure Services, Audio/Visual Services, Service Desk and Data Center Administration and Operations. Establish strategy, goals and objectives, implementing continuous improvement for the delivery of IT Services. Work closely with the customer and other members of management to assess Service Delivery process data and implement innovations and improvements within IT Service Delivery. Ensure that the technical solutions and schedules are accomplished within schedule […]

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    Featured Job: Revenue Cycle Specialist

    Under the general supervision of the Director Payer Contracting and Analytics, the Revenue Cycle Specialist will work to achieve the objectives of the department including data analysis, charge capture, process improvement, project management, and staff education for specific service lines and supporting departments (revenue centers) through the organization and its affliates. Key responsibilities include interacting with Revenue Cycle stakeholders, supporting and understanding clinical and billing processes, identifying and improving processes to allow capturing of all charges for services being providing, […]

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    Featured Job: CDL-A Driver (Scottsboro)

    Must have DOT Hazmat/Clean MVR) M-F Day Shift Pay Rate: 14.00 hour/gas, housing and food paid while training in Dickson, TN for two weeks Employee will be driving roll-off, hauling recycling materials, mostly metal. All driving will be local, 1st shift. M – F hours. Must have good work history, driving CDL-A, Hazmat experience and DOT health card. Must be able to: Train in Nashville for approx 2 weeks. Will be working independently in a satellite yard, which does not […]

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    Featured Job: Buyer Specialist- Full Time

    High profile real estate team looking for someone who is: motivated, competitive, enthusiastic, ethical, self-managed, and tech savvy to join our team as a full-time Buyer’s Agent and provide unparalleled service and direction to clients.   Seeking someone who is always positive, a good communicator – both written and verbal; possesses strong computer skills (knowledge of real estate software programs beneficial), organized, has a good sense of humor, enjoys negotiating, and is a fast learner with an ability to think […]

  • “Big Doors Swing on Small Hinges” Now Available in Print and E-Books

    “Big Doors Swing On Small Hinges … In the same way that a big door swings on a much smaller hinge; the choices and decisions one makes in life produce a much larger outcome. The result may be good or it may be bad – it all hinges on your choice… your decision. In the English language the word “but” is small. However, the change it can produce or the outcome it brings can at times be large, exciting, profitable, […]

  • City Lights and Stars Concert features KUSH on July 25th

    Burritt on the Mountain hosts the next City Lights and Stars concert on Friday July 25th.  The fun starts at 7:30 pm. Tickets  are $12 to $15.   Call  (256) 536-2882 for more information.