Athens Ladies Civitan Presents Annual Bells of Christmas Home Holiday Tour December 10th
True Spirit of Christmas Comes Alive During Annual Bethlehem Walk in Ardmore
Athens State To Host We Teach Conference
Athens, AL – Athens State University’s College of Education will play host to the 4th Annual We TEACH Conference on December 6, 2017 on the Athens State campus. This year’s event will carry the theme, ADVENTURE AWAITS! Historically, over 200 students from local schools participate in the forums that highlight paths to becoming a professional educator.
The keynote speaker will be...
Seventh Annual Sippin’ Cider Festival – December 9, 2017 – Downtown Athens Ala.
DECEMBER 4, 2017
Athens, Ala. – Eat, Sip, and Shop at the Sippin’ Cider Festival in downtown Athens.
Winter’s favorite drink will take center stage in downtown Athens, Ala. the second Saturday in December when Athens Main Street hosts the seventh annual Sippin’ Cider Festival.
Alabama Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation Donate to Alabama Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries
Alabama Chapter of National Wild Turkey Foundation presents a check - $81,193 was donated to the Alabama Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries (WFF) to fund projects including wildlife habitat management and the publication of the annual wild turkey report, Full Fans & Sharp Spurs. From WFF: Steve Barnett, Justin Grider, Chuck Sykes (WFF Director), and Keith Gauldin (Wildlife Section Chief). From the Executive Committee of the Alabama Chapter NWTF Board of Directors: Craig Scruggs (State Chapter President), Craig Harris, Scott Brandon, and Charlie Duckett.
The Alabama Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) recently allocated $157,555 in Hunting Heritage Super Funds and Tag Funds for wild turkey projects in Alabama. Of that total, $81,193 was donated to the Alabama Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries (WFF) to fund projects including wildlife habitat management and the publication of the annual wild turkey report, Full Fans & Sharp Spurs.
Approximately $76,000 was approved for ...