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Football Season

It’s football season! The flags will be flying, notes will be passed in mailboxes, a family will skillfully navigate a football rivalry, and hopefully my next-door neighbor will disappear back into the witness protection program. Let me explain. College football season is special in the south. It brings out the child in many of us.… Read more »

Camp ASCCA Blogs

During summer 2016, I worked as a public relations intern at Camp ASCCA (Alabama’s Special Camp for Children and Adults). This list is a compilation of all of my daily “blogs.” Enjoy! 8/13/16- Say we’ll never part https://www.campascca.org/blog/say-well-never-part/ 8/12/16 Counselor Spotlight: Sam Law                    https://www.campascca.org/blog/counselor-spotlight-sam-law/ 8/11/16 Meet the Program Staff: Beth Parmer https://www.campascca.org/blog/meet-the-aquatics-staff-beth-parmer/ 8/7/16 Camp ASCCA… Read more »

What is DelFest?

6/7/2016 “DelFest, a bluegrass festival in my hometown,” “How was that…I can’t even imagine…” You can imagine, but until you experience DelFest for yourself, you won’t understand it. DelFest is four days of music, fun and love to kick off your summer. Start with the setting, DelFest is located at the Allegany County Fairgrounds in… Read more »

Attracting Songbirds and Wildbirds to Your Feeders

4/19/2016 Spring has officially begun and the world around us has brightened up and come to life. If you are looking to liven up your yard, it is easy to attract songbirds and wild birds. Building a landscape with a variety of plants will provide food and shelter will attract birds to your feeders. Shelter… Read more »

Tribute to The Big O!

The Big O is gone. My friend. My teammate. The man who helped me through the biggest cultural change of my life is gone. James Curtis Owens died today, March 26, 2016. I knew it was coming. We all knew it was coming. But knowing and living beyond it leaves a hurt and pain deep… Read more »

The Infamous Stringdusters Return to Nashville

3/19/2016 In Nashville, the music and fun never stop. After spending the evening before playing in St. Louis, the Infamous Stringdusters made their way to the city where it all began for them on Thursday. A mixed crowd of concert-goers in their 20’s to 50’s generously dressed in green entered the Exit/In for a night… Read more »

Collecting Rainwater in Alabama

3/9/2016 With over 77,000 rivers and streams and an average rainfall of 55 inches per year, Alabama is a state blessed with natural water resources. Catching and reusing water is an ancient technology that has current value to save energy, money and conserve an important natural resource. If interested in collecting rainwater, first you must… Read more »

Young Women’s Leadership Program Accepting Applications

3/1/2016 The Young Women’s Leadership Program (YWLP) is a curriculum-based, after school mentor program which pairs young women from Auburn University and young women from Auburn Junior High School. “Through YWLP, the mentors and mentees (also referred to as Big and Little Sisters) will develop leadership and relationship skills that are vital to maintaining a… Read more »