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Gadsden City High School will have orientation Aug.

3 at 9 a.m.

for seniors and 1 p.m.

for juniors in the Student Commons and Aug.

4 at 9 a.m.

for sophomores.Gadsden Middle School will have student orientation Aug.


Students will receive their schedules and be able to rent lockers for $15.

Times for orientation will be from 9 to 11 a.m.

for sixth grade, 11 a.m.

to 1 p.m.

for seventh grade and 1 to 3 p.m.

for eighth grade.Arthritis Foundation Water Class is held at 10 a.m.

Monday, Wednesday and Friday at the YMCA.

The SilverSneakers Chair-assisted class meets at 10:30 a.m.

on Tuesday and Thursday.

YMCA Bible study is 9 a.m.


A senior adult lunch will be held at 11 a.m.


6 at Lucky Star Buffet, Rainbow City.Cram the Van is from 10 a.m.

to 1 p.m.


7 at Wal-Mart in Attalla and Kmart in Rainbow City and 10 a.m.

to 1 p.m.


8 at Wal-Mart in East Gadsden and Kmart in East Gadsden.

The event is sponsored by the Family Success Center, a United Way agency; Comcast Cable; Charter Media; Z93.1 and WAAX radio.

It benefits needy elementary school students in the county.The Gadsden High School Class of 1969 has its 40-year reunion Aug.

7 through 9.

At 7 p.m.


7, there will be a gathering at the Landmark Restaurant with music by Randy Sitz.

At 8 a.m.


8, there will be a golf tournament at Twin Bridges Golf Club (call Justin at 549-4866 to make reservations to play), followed by a family picnic.

At 7 p.m.


8, there will be a dinner, show and dance at the Gadsden Country Club featuring Three on a String.

The theme for the reunion is �Alice�s Restaurant.� On Aug.

9, Randy Pope will preach at 10:45 a.m.

at Rainbow Presbyterian Church.

The church will host a luncheon for the class after the service.

Reservations for the Saturday evening activities are $80 per couple and $45 for single.

The picnic will be an additional $12 per person.

Forward e-mail address to Clearance Daugette at [email protected] or call 439-3202 to be added to the list and receive reunion information.The Shortnacy family reunion will be Aug.

8 at Steele Community Building.

Bring a covered dish and photos.

For information, call Deborah Morgan, 613-3388.A class for newly pregnant women and those thinking about having a baby, �So You Want To Have A Baby,� will be taught by Dr.

Jesanna Cooper and Dr.

Jason Knott at 6 p.m.



The doctors will address early symptoms and remedies, pre-pregnancy preparation and recommended early screenings and will be available to answer questions.

The class will be held at Women�s Healthcare Professionals at 808 S.

Fourth St.

in Gadsden.

Refreshments, hand-outs and freebies will be available.

Call 543-3977 to register prior to the class.The Jarrells family reunion will be at noon Aug.

16 at the Hokes Bluff Community Center.

Descendants of Arthur Roscoe Jarrells and Bunea Harcrow Jarrells are invited to attend.

Please bring a covered dish.Whorton-Dykes VFW Post 2760 has a limited-time offer for veterans who qualify for a first-time membership in the VFW.

Any qualified and accepted applicant will pay their first year dues, the Post will pay their second year and the State VFW will pay for the third year.

Potential members can stop by Whorton-Dykes Post 2760, Third and Meighan, and fill out an application.Family Care Center, a nonprofit organization, has two locations to serve those in need of food and clothing.

Locations are 1504 Croft Ferry Road, Ball Play, and 800 West Main St., Centre.

Days and times are: Centre, 10 a.m.

to 2 p.m.

Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, and Ball Play, 10 a.m.

to 2 p.m.


The Etowah Golden Club will celebrate the 100th anniversary of Etowah County High School with a special eighth annual reunion hosted by the class of 1958.

The reunion is Aug.

15 at Gadsden Convention Hall, 344 S.

First St.

Fellowship hour will be from 6 to 7 p.m.

Dinner will be at 7 p.m.

with the cost at $25 per person.

Make checks payable to the Etowah Golden Club.

All classes of 50 years or more are invited with the 1959 class to be honored.

Dress will be smart casual or informal.

RSVP by July 15 to Ellen Davis Dunn, 604 Tabor Road, Gadsden, AL 35904, phone 546-7191.

No reservations will be accepted or refunds made after July 31.

This reunion is separate from individual class reunions.Celebrate Labor Day from 6 to 8 p.m.


7 at the new gazebo in Alabama City.

Bring your own lawn chair.

There will be free hot dogs and soft drinks and free entertainment.

Featured performers include Walnut Park Baptist Church Choir, Robert and Robbie (The Chosen Vessels), Teddy Cox and Stanley Turner (Set Free).

For information, call Johnny Cannon, District 6 Councilman, 390-3055, or Ben Reed, District 7 Councilman, 328-2958.The Class of 1989 of Gadsden High School is planning its 20-year class reunion.

Information is sought for all class members, even if they did not graduate with the class.

Classmates and those who know classmates are asked to e-mail Jami Christopher at [email protected] or Nikki Tinker at [email protected]

Visit for more details.Construction volunteers are needed on Wednesdays and Saturdays to help build houses with Gadsden-Etowah Habitat for Humanity.

Skilled and unskilled volunteers, groups from churches and businesses are welcome.

Volunteers must be at least 16 to work on an active building site.

Those interested are asked to e-mail [email protected] or call 543-1898.Volunteers are needed for �Horses Offering People Hope,� an equine therapy program offered by Footprints of Hope.

Both Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association and natural horsemanship volunteers are welcome.

All prospective volunteers must be drug free.

Call Mary Kay Tortoriello, Cross T Ranch, 892-9267, or visit people are needed to become volunteers for Comfort Care Hospice.

Call Kim Bradford, 547-3050.Men, women and teens are needed for the New Beacon Hospice Volunteer Program.

Call Tiffany Hoyt, 549-5011, or visit 244 Fourth St.

(behind Comcast Cable).Southside Community Library is in the Southside Community Center, 3680 Alabama Highway 77.

Hours are 9 a.m.

to noon and 3 p.m.

to 6 p.m.


Everyone is invited to visit and fill out a membership card.

Call 442-0105.Ball Play Family Care Center, a nonprofit organization for the purpose of helping those in need of food and clothing, is open from 10 a.m.

to 2 p.m.

Wednesdays and Fridays.

Tax-deductible donations are welcome.

The center is in the former Union No.

3 Baptist Church, 1540 Croft Ferry Road.

Call 546-4599.Senior exercise classes are at 1:30 p.m.

Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays at Thompson Community Center.

Call 549-4738 after noon.Sign-up is taking place for a trip Sept.

8-21 to Grand Canyon, Sequoia National Park and other points of interest.

Call Paula Beck, 390-0963.Sign-up is taking place for a trip Oct.

19-23 to St.

Augustine and Jacksonville, Fla.; New York Dec.


Call Frances Brooks, 442-5394.Sign-up is taking place at the Senior Activity Center for a trip to Chicago in September.

Call 549-4740.Sign-up is taking place for a trip to Chicago in September.

Call Doris, Elliott Seniors, 492-3465.Sign-up is taking place at the Senior Activity Center for a trip to Renfro Valley Oct.



Call 549-4740.Sign-up is taking place for trips to Chicago in September, Savannah, Ga., in October, and Biltmore estate in Asheville, N.C., in November.

Call Doris Hann, 492-3465.Sign-up is taking place for a trip to Myrtle Beach, S.C., Oct.


Call Dot Godfrey, 494-0534.Veterans residing in Blount, Calhoun, Cherokee, Cleburne, DeKalb, Etowah, Jackson, Marshall, St.

Clair or Talladega County are invited to take advantage of the free services offered from the Veterans Upward Bound Program on the Wallace Drive campus of Gadsden State Community College.

Enrollment at GSCC or any other college or university is not mandatory to participate.

Contact Jimmy Johnson at 549-8328 or [email protected] to find out if you are eligible to receive free services that will help you continue your education.Parents and children are wanted for Even Start classes from 8 a.m.

to noon Mondays through Fridays at Even Start Family Literacy Program.

Parents can earn a high school equivalency certificate, learn computer skills, take parenting classes, enjoy activities with the children, learn to be his or her child�s first teacher and make new friends.

Children can participate in learning crafts such as reading and math, drawing, painting and making items; go on exciting field trips; and begin to learn computer skills.

Call 549-2953 or visit Even Start Family Literacy Program, 801 E.

Broad St.

(the old Compass Bank building in East Gadsden).
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