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A local nonprofit that partners with elementary schools is holding its end-of-semester cooking lessons and farm stands. Schoolyard Roots will be in each of their 11 Tuscaloosa-area partner schools over the course of the next two weeks. They will be hosting farm stands with students to sell the produce they’ve grown this year.
On Wednesday, May 8, Bryant Bank awarded 10 Paul W. Bryant High Seniors the Paul W. Bryant, Jr. Scholarship at their annual Senior Honors Night. Each recipient was awarded a $5,000 scholarship to The University of Alabama.
It stands to reason that many of you who are reading our paper also enjoy reading in general. I’m also betting that lots of you are gearing up for a big summer vacation which, hopefully, will give you lots of leisure time to read.
We’re big readers here at DCL, so we thought we’d put together a few gems with the help of some fellow bibliophiles for you to consider packing in your suitcase for vacation. Hope you find a favorite among them. Special thanks to local author Carolyn Ezell for her recommendations of local authors and Vince Bellofatto with the Tuscaloosa Public Library for including some great choices for kids and teens.
Enjoy your week, T-Town!
West Alabama Works received the Governor’s Award for Overall Best Regional Workforce Council at the Alabama Works statewide conference Wednesday in Birmingham. The award honors the top workforce council for the state.
The City of Tuscaloosa has scheduled the musical acts highlighting the diverse musical offerings of Tuscaloosa area for the fourth annual Live at the Plaza concert series in Government Plaza every Friday night in June and July.
This handsome fellow is Andy, a 2-year-old male shepherd/lab mix. This adorable pupper is the Humane Society of West Alabama’s Pet of the Week!
You matter most in your child’s growth and development. No matter what comes their way, research shows that kids are more likely to thrive with a caring and committed adult in their lives.
Tuscaloosa’s Youth for Christ is gearing up for one of its biggest events of the year. The annual Legacy Golf Tournament draws over 100 golfers ready to hit the links for a great cause. All proceeds benefit YFC’s programs.
On Monday, May 13, the Legacy Golf Challenge benefiting Youth for Christ, will be held at the NorthRiver Yacht Club.