Falkville Fire Department to hold pancake breakfastPublished 11:57am Wednesday, September 18, 2013
Belated birthday wishes are sent to Movlyn Roberson from Falkville Senior Center members. Her special day was September 3.
Glenn Taylor was the guest at Falkville Senior Center last Friday. He presented a musical program singing and playing the guitar.
Computer classes started at Falkville Public Library Tues., Sept. 16, at 6:30 p.m. Classes are for six weeks. To register, call 256-784-5822.
Members of First Church Falkville extend happy birthday wishes to Pam Blevins on Sept. 10, Dwight Aldredge on Sept. 11, Bob Ramey on Sept. 13 and Deborah Thomp-son on Sept.18.
Falkville Blue Devils football team will travel to Meek September 20 to play their fourth game of the season.
National Grandparents Day was September 8.
To celebrate the event, between 50 and 75 grandparents ate lunch at Falkville School cafeteria last Friday, with the kindergarten classes. On Monday, some grandparents ate lunch with first and fifth graders.
Charlotte Morris and Jeff and Tiffany Caudill have returned from a week-long tour of Belgium. While they were there, they attended the wedding of Sas Van Burkle who was an exchange student of Charlotte’s several years ago.
Spending Friday night with O’Neal and Margaret Murphy were their son and his family, Brian, Carol and Autumn Murphy of Tuscaloosa. Susie Dean and her daughter, Summer, of Hartselle spent Saturday night with her parents, O’Neal and Margaret Murphy.
O’Neal and Margaret Murphy send best wishes to their granddaughter, Breanna Dean, who is completing her senior year at Warren University, in Lake Wells, Fla. She is majoring in youth and choir ministry.
The 16th annual Falkville Fall Festival will be held October 12. A pancake breakfast will kick off the event at 7 a.m. This breakfast is sponsored by Falkville Fire Department and will be held there. Donations will be accepted at the door until 11 a.m. Other attractions will be a car and tractor show at 8 a.m., arts and crafts, bingo, inflatables, food vendors, a cake walk at noon and lots of fun for the children.
Jeff Whitlow and the Old Barn Band will open for the Headliner act, “The Kentucky Headhunters” will perform. This group is a three-time CMA, ACM and Grammy Award winner..
A new event will be Color Me Downtown 5K run and walk, which will start at 9 a.m. It will be held at the 16th annual Falkville Festival on Oct. 12. Race day registration is from 8 to 8:30 a.m. Check-in will be from 8 until 8:45 a.m. Event T-shirts with color packets can be picked up at the time of check-in. Men and women are welcome to enter this event. Pre-registration is $25, if received by Oct. 7, and $30 on the day of the race. For more information, call 256-784-5922.
Enjoying a time together at the home of Ralph and Mary Alice Nelson were June Graham, Helen Presley, Dana Schrimsher, Howard and Becky Johnson and Dwight and Debra Waits. The Waits live in Beavercreek, Ohio, and have many relatives living in the Falkville and Moulton area.
Gandy’s Cove United Methodist Church had a special prayer service for students, teachers and staff going back to school. College students were Keaton Bennich, Stephanie Smith, Garret Smith, Heather Smith and Nelson Graham.
Elementary and High School students were Scarlet Graham, Zackery Bryant, Galin Smith, Skyler Gandy, Lydia Smith, Isaac Russell, Rachael Russell, Gage Galbreath, Briley Galbreath and Faith Chenweth.
Teachers were Karen Fite, Carol Bennich and Jimmy Galbreath.