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July 12, 2014

Limestone Ledger 7/12/14

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Trinity speaker

“Holding the Fort” author Charlotte Fulton will speak at 7 p.m. Tuesday at First Presbyterian Church Rodgers Center fellowship hall, 112 S. Jefferson St. The book traces  the history of Trinity School on Brownsferry Street, which was founded in 1865 for the education of freedmen. Refreshments at 6:30. The public is invited. Limestone County Historical Society is hosting the free event as part of their quarterly meeting.

ONGOING

Kiddie Carnival

Athens Lions Club Kiddie Carnival at 309 E. Forrest St. is open 6:30-9:30 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays through Aug. 2 with 10 rides for young children, bingo and concessions including funnel cakes and cotton candy. Ride tickets are 50 cents each.

Yellow Dot enrollment

People of all ages can enroll in the free Yellow Dot program, which provides information to first responders to give enrollees the “best care in case of a vehicle accident.” Yellow Dot enrollment/SHIP and SeniorX counseling are set for 9-11 a.m. at the following senior centers: Ardmore, July 10; Goodsprings, July 14; East Limestone, July 21; Owens, July 22; Athens, July 24; Elkmont, July 29 and Tanner, July 31. More information: 256-233-6412.

Head Start applications

Applications are being accepted for fall 2014-2015 Head Start classrooms for children ages 3-5 in Limestone County. The free preschool program includes health, nutrition, family and education services and is part of Community Action Partnership of North Alabama. Center locations are: West Limestone, Creekside, Blue Springs, Owens, Cedar Hill, Tanner, Piney Chapel and Cowart. For appointments or more information: 256-262-0361.

UPCOMING

Beauty pageant fundraiser

The Miss Summer Fun Pageant fundraiser for the Tanner softball team is Saturday, Aug. 9. More information: Paula Pressnell 256-431-9117/pkmp2001@yahoo.com or Tammy Murphy 256-777-6627/tmurphy2054@charter.net.

AHS Class of '64 planning

Planners for the Athens High School Class of 1964 50-year reunion would like classmates to contact them with updated addresses and/or email addresses. The reunion will be at 6 p.m., Aug. 9, at the Athens Senior Center. Some class members have not been contacted. Send updated information to Doug Warren at 770-381-5780 or email him at dw2023@aol.com as soon as possible.

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