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Calhoun announces record enrollment
Calhoun Community College has the largest fall semester enrollment in the school's history – at 8,460 students. The number represents an increase of more than 200 students over last year's enrollment figure. Of the students taking classes at Calhoun this fall, 5,072 are enrolled at the Decatur campus; 2,497 are taking evening and weekend classes at the college's Huntsville/Cummings Research Park site; and 589 are in classes taught at the Redstone Arsenal extension; and 302 inmates are enrolled in certificate/vocational courses provided through the college's program at Limestone Correctional Facility.
Calhoun announces writers' workshop
Calhoun Community College and the Calhoun Foundation will host a writers' workshop from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26, in the Aerospace Training Center on the Decatur campus. The workshop will include three tracks of six sessions and optional one-on-one critique sessions and a writing contest.
The workshop has a $75 registration fee, which includes choice of sessions, continental breakfast and lunch. There is an optional $20 critique fee and a $15 optional writing contest fee. Registration and payment must be received by Oct. 10. For more information, call Terri Hildreth at 256-306-2560 or via e-mail to tmh@calhoun.edu or visit the Web site at www.calhoun.edu and click on the writers' workshop icon.
Madison County residents earn UAB degrees
Several Madison and Madison County residents were among the 622 students who received bachelor's or graduate degrees or certificates during the summer 2002 quarter at The University of Alabama at Birmingham. Receiving an education specialist degree were Theresia J. Mullen of Harvest; Sally E. Bruer of Madison. Receiving a master's degree were Tim L. Brooks of Harvest; Syrita S. Oneal of Madison; Receiving a bachelor's degree were Jeffrey F. Cowley of Harvest, William A. Boles and Deepa Panjeti, both of Madison.
Vicki J. Pak, was named to the UAB summer honors list for the summer 2002 term.

Madison

Rocket City Federal Credit Union establishes the “Detective Josh Moseley Fund” for assistance

Business

Stores, parents gearing up for sales-tax holiday

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FCA Sports Camps- Faith And Sports

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Digital version of The Madison Record – July 17, 2024

Madison

Madison Senior Center assists in TARCOG’s ‘Live and Live Well’ launch announcement

Madison

Canine officer, Bear, joins Madison Police force to detect devices, offer therapy

Bob Jones High School

Tosha Swearingen now serving as Rainbow Assistant Principal

James Clemens High School

Holmes accepts Assistant Principal position at Midtown

Madison

Nedjra Russell named Administrator of West Madison Pre-Kindergarten Center

Huntsville

Space & Rocket Center CEO to speak at chamber’s ‘Business Over Breakfast’

Madison

Main Street Alabama presents revitalization potential for downtown Madison

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Sparkman Grad Picked By Kansas City Royals In Major League Baseball Draft

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“I’m Meant To Be Here”- Dell Pettus Signs With New England Patriots- Former Sparkman Player Goes Pro

Lifestyles

Get those pumpkins planted: Halloween starts in July

Events

CAFY Back to School event to be held Saturday at Calhoun’s Huntsville campus

Bob Jones High School

Teachers support DIAL Scholarship program at UAH

Events

Joe Davis Stadium to host UNA vs. Jax State collegiate soccer match Aug. 18

Huntsville

UAH announces search for a master developer to enhance college-town experience

Events

Huntsville Parks & Recreation to host inaugural Color Jam Family Fun Run & Walk

Madison

Fernandez named Assistant Coordinator of Accountability and Innovative Programs

Madison

ALEA reports 9 traffic deaths, 3 drownings over July Fourth travel period

Madison

Management institute awards scholarship to Michelle Epling

Madison

Sarah Crouch’s debut novel, ‘Middletide,’ sets whodunnit in Puget Sound

Liberty Middle School

White named Secondary Instructional Technology Specialist

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