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Calhoun AmeriCorps program takes applications
The Calhoun Community College AmeriCorps Program is currently accepting applications for prospective members for the 2002-2003-program year, which will begin on Oct. 1.
The application deadline is Sept. 12, 2002. The CAP is a literacy program that mentors and empowers students in grades K-5 by improving reading skills, fostering a love for literature and increasing parental involvement in the learning process.
To be eligible, applicants must be at least 17 years of age, have received a high school diploma or GED, have met the task-related eligibility requirements established for the program and are willing to commit one year to the program. Individuals selected as CAP members will receive a small monthly living allowance for his work and an educational voucher of $4,725 applicable to postsecondary education at the conclusion of a year of service. Insurance and childcare are also provided to qualified members. Spanish-speaking persons are strongly encouraged to apply

Madison

How to submit your child’s “Letter to Santa”

Events

Neighbors: Community theater groups in Decatur to stage ‘ELF: The Musical’

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Driving Nights for Galaxy of Lights begin today at Huntsville Botanical Garden

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Polar Express Christmas Tree Trail lighting and Wassail Fest being held Friday in downtown Madison

Bob Jones High School

Former Patriot named assistant director of coaching at North Alabama SC

Digital Version

Check out the new issue of Madison Living Magazine

James Clemens High School

James Clemens medical and drama students, first responders simulate trauma scene

Bob Jones High School

Scholarships at stake in American Legion oratorical contest

Bob Jones High School

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Business

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Asbury Church to present “Lessons & Carols: The Songs of Christmas” on Dec. 4

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Christmas at Burritt on the Mountain

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Madison Community Band to present “Christmas Journey”

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Winter Park at The Orion Amphitheater is now open!

Harvest

Still Serving Veterans named ‘Nonprofit of the Year

James Clemens High School

Markowitz, Odom and Wyche earn BBB’s ‘Torch Award for Ethics’

Bob Jones High School

Arslanbekov of Madison merits first place in von Braun Symposium

Harvest

Civic-minded groups help Madison’s blood supply

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Fantasy Playhouse’s “A Christmas Carol” to open Dec. 2

Bob Jones High School

Fantasy Playhouse uses grant for technical theatre lab

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Rocket City Christmas Light Show in Madison returns Friday

Bob Jones High School

Reflections fine arts gives outlet for students’ creativity

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Madison natives, The Beasley Brothers, plan annual Christmas concert at the Princess Theater Dec. 15

Madison

Huntsville International Airport: TSA expects surge in travel volume for Thanksgiving, stresses preparedness

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