Lora Spivey’s mother, Jean Bennett, started a tradition in her family and has continued it for two generations.
Elsie Finch Willis realizes that being the wife of a pastor puts her in a special position. Her husband, Floyd, has pastored churches for 28 of the 53 years they’ve been married.
It’s not too late this summer to mention water safety.
I state this because I witnessed two small children nearly drowning while on vacation.
Debbie Buttram Pruett remembers how much she enjoyed working as a candy striper at Piedmont Hospital when she was in high school. Ironically, her first job, though it was as a volunteer, was at a hospital, she ended her career at another hospital, Regional Medical Center in Anniston.
Rev. Flora Harris Alexander, a native of Anniston, was born to the late Mr. and Mrs. Isaiah Harris Sr. She grew up in Anniston where she received her primary and secondary education and graduated from Cobb Avenue High School.
Wanda Turner, shown here with her husband, Stanley, will announce in the Journal’s weekly Community Capsule the upcoming singers at The Gospel Music Hall at 327 E. Ladiga St.
Upcoming community events in Piedmont.
Recently I fulfilled a long-time dream to see Phantom of the Opera on Broadway in New York. It was as wonderful as I had always hoped it would be. A few days before, though, my family and I decided to visit a little-known attraction that held our attention for half a day. Anyone who has ever traveled with a four-year-old knows that this is an accomplishment.