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  • Church Closings & Delays: Wednesday, February 18

    The following Church closings and cancellations are for Wednesday, February 18, 2015. Churches can email these to closings@whnt.com.  NOTE: We will do our best to post these as they come in, but it’s very difficult to list them all due to school and business closings and delays that pour in throughout the day.  You are welcome to list your church closing in the comment section below this post. Bell P. B. Church in Decatur:  No evening services tonight By Faith Ministries Impact Center- […]

  • Girlfriend’s Gala “Fabulous Forties” benefits Morgan County Pre-K Initiative

    BP Decatur & the United Way Women’s Leadership Council invites you to the 4th annual Girlfriend’s Gala, Saturday, February 21st from 6 pm to 10 pm. This exciting evening will benefit the Morgan County Pre-K Initiative by raising funds for an additional Pre-K Class room for the 2015– 2016 school year.   Head over to Ingalls Harbor Pavillion in Decatur for an evening celebrating “The Fabulous Forties.”   Click here for more information or call (256) 353-6643 or e-mail mdees@uwmcal.org  

  • Spelman College Jazz Ensemble concert set for March 8th

    The Spelman College Jazz Ensemble performs in concert on March 8th at 5 pm at the Marriott Space Center in Huntsville.  The all-female ensemble has toured throughout the United States and is known for its innovative and soulful sound, The performance serves as the fundraiser for the Dr. Bessie Washington Jones Memorial Scholarship Fund.  Tickets are $30.00. For more information or to purchase tickets, call (256) 721-1448

  • BBB Warns of Shady Door-to-Door Sales Tactics

    A knock at your door isn’t always a friendly neighbor.  Sometimes it’s a pesky salesman, even worse, it’s someone looking to rip you off. Know your rights and protect yourself.  Everyone selling something door-to-door mush have a photo-ID/license issued from Montgomery.  If you don’t see an ID, don’t even bother talking to them. Also, post a “No Soliciting” sign on your door.  If a salesman violates this, he can find himself in trouble with the law.  Call the local, non-emergency, […]

  • Celebrate Maslenitsa!

    The weather outside might be cold but head to Madison on Saturday, February 21st to celebrate Maslenitsa, a traditional celebration of Spring and Renewal! Bring family and friends to the Fifth Annual Maslenitsa festival at James Clemens High School in Madison.  Enjoy traditional foods, crafts, and games as well as music and dance.   Tickets are $5 per person. Click here for more information Welcome Spring  by attending this beautiful festival! Grab your crepe “blini” and learn how people celebrate this […]

  • When Disaster Strikes the American Red Cross is there.

    The American Red Cross is here when disaster strikes. Alabama ranks in the top 5 states affected by fire.  In January 2015 alone, the Red Cross responded in North Alabama to over 68 fires affecting over 200 people.  In addition to helping the fire victims, Red Cross also supports our firefighters during these disasters. There are two ways to help the American Red Cross. Volunteer your time and talents.  Donate money to help.   Call (256) 536-0084 or click here for more […]

  • Citizens Academy explores the topic of Aging in Place

    An upcoming Citizens Academy takes on the topic of Aging in Place. In 1990, one out of every ten people in Huntsville were over the age of 65. By the year 2030, it will be one in six. With this “graying of America,” how do cities respond to the demands of an aging population? How can we as a community help provide safe and reliable transportation? How can we help mobility-challenged individuals access the services they require? How can we […]

  • Good.Work Conference set for February 24th

    An upcoming conference is set for this month in Huntsville. The goal is financial independence and getting you a job! The Good.Work Conference seeks to empower persons seeking to move from poverty into meaningful good work. The Good Work Event is February 24th from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm at the Jackson Center, 6001 Moquin Drive in Huntsville. Click here for more information or call (256) 694-5393.

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    Featured Job: Beautician

    The Cottage is seeking a Beautician to provide cosmetology services to its residents in the Decatur / Hartselle area.   Must be licensed, insured, and must enjoy working with the elderly.   Will pay monthly rent to cottage and handle billing of services provided. Prefer someone with senior styling experience that can also do manicures and pedicures.   Click here for more information or to apply for this job.

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    Featured Job: Respiratory Therapy Specialist

    This position represents patient care directed toward critical care areas, step down areas and general care areas. Minimum Knowledge, Skills, Experience Required Education HS/GED Required. Applicants must be licensed by the Alabama State Board of Respiratory Therapy with certification by the National Board for Respiratory Care or state certification approved for licensure of respiratory therapists. Registry by National Board for Respiratory therapy is preferred. BLS and ACLS certification required within orientation period.   Experience Clinical experience obtained while attending Respiratory […]

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    Featured Job: Crew Member

    As a Restaurant Crew Member, you must have a positive and cheerful personality along with a strong work ethic and the motivation to learn and grow while providing the best in customer service. Teamwork is a big part of this job, and you should always be willing to pitch in to help when something needs to be done. It is also important that you have great communication skills and the ability to not only speak clearly, but also to listen […]

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    Featured Job: Coordinator

    Supports and advances the mission and goals of the organization. The Coordinator is accountable for the day to day operations of the Madison Hospital Med Surg ICU Department. Supervises, coaches, and evaluates unit staff. Promotes collaborative practice with physicians and other departments. Collaborates with the Clinical Operations Director to resolve personnel, patient, and unit issues and mentors and develops the unit/shift team. Minimum Knowledge, Skills, Experience Required Education/Licensure/Certifications Graduate of an accredited nursing program. Must have a current Alabama nursing […]

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