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  • “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.

  • Madison County Chapter-University of Alabama Alumni host Tailgate for Tickets

    Don’t miss out on Tailgate for Tickets — a FREE event for all BAMA fans! When: Friday, July 25 • 7:00-10:00PM Where: Downtown Huntsville • Northside Square Fun: Music by Mother Funk, drink specials, game day fashion show, silent auction, and much more! There will also be a REVERSE RAFFLE (last ticket wins) to win a pair of 2014 Crimson Tide Football Season Tickets – $25 per ticket or 5 tickets for $100 – Only 250 raffle tickets to be […]

  • Gospel and Barbecue Summer Blast Benefits Alabama Council for the Blind

    It’s a chance to enjoy some tasty barbeque along with some great gospel music to benefit a very good cause, the non-profit Alabama Council for the Blind. Head over to Ken Johnson Park, on Mountain Gap Road in Huntsville, on Saturday, July 26th from 10:00 a.m.  to 3:00 p.m. For more information or to purchase tickets call (256) 426-2444.

  • Sidewalk Arts Stroll features Arts and Entertainment

    It’s a free, family friendly arts and entertainment event in downtown Huntsville. The Sidewalk Arts Stroll operates as an arts marketplace,  with vendors, musicians and other performers set up in Alabama Constitution Village (Gates Avenue) and on the southside of the Courthouse Square.   The remaining Sidewalk Arts Stroll dates for 2014 are July 17 and August 21 from 4:30 pm to 8:30 pm. This is a free event and look for free admission to Alabama Constitution Village as well. Click here for more […]

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    Featured Job: Software Test Lead

    Specific Duties / Responsibilities: Lead and coordinate testing for each release Facilitate acceptance test planning and test execution Develop and provide dashboard metric reporting Ensure software quality standards, process and procedures are adhered to Verify that testing products are used effectively Monitor testing progress Review deliverable quality and make recommendations as needed Provide software quality process and product test training Provide management reporting Write and review technical documents Meet deadlines through follow up tasks with developers in the department Work […]

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    Featured Job: Technical Illustrator

    The Technical Illustrator visualizes and represents, in pictorial terms, the function, operation, design characteristics, and maintenance concepts of assigned items for illustration for use in Technical Materials that are compatible with Military Standard requirements.   Duties Include: Researches, studies, reviews and analyzes a variety of source materials, including photographs, engineering drawings and rough sketches to determine the appropriate graphic presentation. Produces technically accurate two-dimensional (2D) illustrations and isometric technical models using AutoCAD and Adobe Illustrator software. Creates new vector based […]

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    Featured Job: Help Desk Technician

    Be able to troubleshoot computer workstations and servers, basic application and networking issues. Self-manage the time and job through multiple steps. Be able to install and maintain workstations and network infrastructure to documented standard operating procedures. Must be personable and empathetic to customers and their needs. Maintain professional appearance.   Troubleshooting – Utilize all available resources and knowledge to fix IT equipment and software that is not working properly or to customers’ expectations. Know how to research problems and know […]

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    Featured Job: CLN Clinic Assistant

    Performs a variety of patient care activities to assist physicians and practitioners. Education: High School Diploma or GED required Experience: Medical Assistant Certification. Certication: BLS required within 6 month provisional period. Additional Skills/Abilities:   Knowledge of common safety hazards and precautions to maintain a safe work environment. Ability to perform effectively in emergency and stressful situations. Ability to read, understand and respond to detailed oral and written instructions. Ability to communicate clearly. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships […]

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    Feaured Job: Applications Programmer

    Responsible for Pharmacy, or Clinical, or Business applications and workflows. Has working knowledge of the day to day functions in one of the given discipline. If supporting Pharmacy, must understand the terminology and critical importance of the medication ordering, dispensing, and administration process. Experience with automated Pharmacy Systems, such as; Pyxis, Omnicell, McKesson. If supporting Clinical, must understand the clinical functions and workflows of an inpatient clinician. If supporting Business, must understand the business aspects and processes of Registration and […]

  • Free Choir Workshop and Concert set for this Weekend

    You don’t want to miss theFREE Mass Choir Workshop taking place July 11th. No matter you skill level, industry and ministry professionals will coach you during these sessions.   Then on Saturday night, July 12th, head over to Butler High School for the Lift Every Voice and Sing Gospel Concert.   Doors open at 5:30 pm.  Admission is free.   For more information call (256) 882-3305.    

  • Gospel and Health Fair set for July 19th

    Join the Alabama Non-Violent Offenders Organization at the Berkley Senior Center on Saturday, July 19th for a Gospel and Health Fair. The fun starts at 11 am and lasts until 2 pm.  Admission is Free. Call (256) 288-3175 for more information.