Falkville Elementary is Blue Ribbon School of Excellence
Special congratulations go out this week to Falkville Elementary School for being a Blue Ribbon School of Excellence. The faculty and staff at Falkville Elementary School are so proud to have achieved this honor. Every child deserves an award-winning education, and they are getting one at Falkville Elementary School!
Congratulations also go to Mr. Tucker’s Falkville fourth-grade class for winning the Sock Drive Contest during Read Across America Week. Mr. Tucker’s class donated 465 pairs of socks. His students enjoyed a popcorn and soda party with Mrs. Scott in the library.
Mr. Tucker’s students are currently watching eggs in a incubator, and the eggs are starting to hatch. The fourth-grade students are enjoying this learning experience.
Program benefits American Cancer Society
A benefit for the American Cancer Society will be held at the Lawrence County High School Auditorium April 2 at 6 p.m.
The featured entertainment will be The Remnants Band, and they will present a program of good country gospel music.
Also to be included in the program will be bluegrass gospel and comedy by C.R. Hood and Rufus Rareback.
The admission charge will be $10 at the door, with free entry for children younger than 12.
All of the proceeds will go to the American Cancer Society. Please come out and enjoy the evening and support the American Cancer Society.
For more information contact Glenda Thompson at 256-565-3258.
Morgan County Spring Clean-up Dates
The Morgan County Spring Clean-up dates will be April 4-16. They will be open Monday through Friday from 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Decatur/Morgan County Landfill. They will also be open April 9 and April 16 from 7-10:30 a.m.
Unacceptable items include shingles, tires, lumber and hazardous materials.
For more information please call 256-773-3887. The directions to the landfill are as follows: From Highway 31 North, turn left onto Highway 72 West/Highway 20, go about seven miles and turn left onto Landfill Drive.