Dynasafe, a company that operates in more than 70 countries, including an office on the square in Talladega, is celebrating its 30th anniversary this weekend. 

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc Mu Tau Omega Chapter will be observing “The Longest Day” Sunday, June 20 at the AKA Sorority House at 806 West Battle Street on the campus of Talladega College. Proceeds go to research and support related to Alzheimer’s disease.

City councilman Brandon Tate is organizing the event with help from the Talladega County Commission and The Greater Talladega Chamber of Commerce. 

Shocco Springs Baptist Conference Center has completed its first-ever summer day camp program for students between the ages of 5 and 12. All of the programming and staffing for the camp was handled in-house, according to a press release.

Michael Scales has been providing special activities, gifts and weekly Bible studies for the residents of Talladega Health Care for years. His mission took on a renewed urgency during the past year, when COVID-19 meant that the nursing home residents could not see their families.