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When Terry Young was a child, his family gathered often at the home of his grandmother to look at slide shows of photographs taken by his uncle and cousin, Lee Young and Danny Pointer. Terry didn’t know it at the time, but that was the beginning of his love affair with photography.
Spring Garden graduate to study in Cuba Zachary Glen Jones, a 2010 graduate of Spring Garden High School, graduated May 4 cum laude from Auburn University with a bachelor of science degree in agronomy and soils.
Jimmy Busby: Melvin Fields celebrates 80 years Melvin Fields’ theme song could be the Willie Nelson favorite “On the Road Again.” That’s because Melvin and his wife, Faye, have visited all 50 states during their 57 years of marriage. Melvin celebrated his 80th birthday a month ago on April 6 with a party with family and friends at Bell Breakfast in Cleburne County.
Sherry Kughn: Tribute to my stepfather About three months ago, my stepfather, Bill Ford, decided to undergo surgery to replace his hip. He knew his risks, as he was 87 years old and had underlying health problems.
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One of the latest projects the Piedmont Benevolence Center has taken on is the Regaining Access to Mobility Program (RAMP). The organization purchases the materials to build a ramp at a person’s home where mobility would be an issue without it.
Once again Piedmont City Schools have been recognized as a leader in education. School Superintendent Matt Aiken recently received news that the school system had won the prestigious Little Red Schoolhouse Award given by the Council for Leaders in Alabama Schools.