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    See You at the Pole: Superintendent Barnette joins students in Vinemont for prayer event

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    VINEMONT, Ala. - Students and faculty members from Vinemont’s schools met around the flagpole in front of Vinemont High School Wednesday morning for a moment of prayer as part of the 2019 observance of “See You at the Pole,” a global day of student-led...

    St. Paul’s Lutheran School holds Beer, Bands & Bingo fundraiser at Goat Island

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    CULLMAN, Ala. - In preparation for its 65th school year, St. Paul's Lutheran School recently added a new fundraiser in addition to its annual Wild Game Cookout – Beer, Bands & Bingo at Goat Island Brewing. While the Wild Game Cookout, now going into its...

    Bringing out the best: Daystar Church looking after seniors

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    CULLMAN, Ala. - In the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak, seniors are statistically the most vulnerable population and have to take extra precautions to guard against exposure to the disease. Recognizing the specific needs that its own seniors may have during this time; Daystar Church is implementing an...

    Love letters to Jesus: ‘I just want everyone to know that Jesus loves them’

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    CULLMAN, Ala. - Bonnie Guess is on a loving, faith-driven mission. She wants to deliver love letters to Jesus. “My story is that I have real bad health,” said Guess. “Blood pressure drops, they (my doctors) don’t know why, and blood sugar and all that...

    ‘Truth in Nature is tight lines, steady aim and a cleansed heart’

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    CULLMAN, Ala. - Truth in Nature held an educational day for the young men of the Cullman chapter Saturday, June 26. The first half the day began with the boys learning to build picnic tables with the instruction of Chapter Leader Brian Burchett. The...

    Hanceville Knapsacks for Kids going strong in 4th year

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    HANCEVILLE, Ala. - For some people, hunger is an open-ended question: not so much “What’s for dinner?” as it is “when” or “if.” A recent report by Alabama Possible showed that one in five Cullman County children suffer from food insecurity. The county’s multiple...

    Annual baby bottle fundraising drive underway for First Source for Women

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    CULLMAN COUNTY, Ala. - Faith-based pregnancy resource service First Source for Women has begun its annual baby bottle change fundraising drive. The monetary collection assists the Hanceville-based women's clinic as the organization offers its free pregnancy services to those in need.    The fundraiser distributes baby...

    Cullman County Courthouse hosts 127th annual singing convention

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    CULLMAN, Ala. - On Saturday, shaped note Sacred Harp singers and traditional music fans filled Judge Kim Chaney’s District Courtroom for the first day of the 127th annual Cullman County Courthouse Singing Convention.  The crowd was still slim when the first song was called,...

    ‘Celebrate Life’: First Source for Women holds annual banquet

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    CULLMAN, Ala. - First Source for Women (FSW) on Thursday evening held its annual fundraising dinner, the “Celebrate Life” banquet, at Loft 212 in Cullman, where more than 200 attendees were treated to a meal catered by Designs by Grace and a challenging keynote address by Christian minister,...

    Vacation Bible School programs kicking off around the county

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    Updated 5-30-19 12:05 p.m. CULLMAN, Ala. - Churches throughout Cullman County are gearing up for Vacation Bible School. Here is a list of VBS events happening around the area. If your church is hosting a VBS and it’s not listed below, email your information to...