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Sunday mornings at 9:15AM: “The Bridge” at Livingston United Methodist Church The Bridge is a combination worship/small group experience that will be held in the  fellowship hall from 9:15 to 10:30 AM.  The atmosphere will be casual and laid back.  There  will be music and teaching followed by life groups for all ages that will dig deeper into  that morning’s Scripture and message.  Childcare will be provided.
NorthPark Church hosts a GriefShare group on Mondays from 6:30-8:00 pm. NorthPark Church,   located at 7770 Highway 39 North, Meridian, MS.
Contact Phone: 601.482.1322
Contact Email: welcome@northparkchurch.net
For more info: griefshare.org
Storytime every Tuesday from 3:30-4:00 at the Ruby Picken Tartt Public Library In Livingston Alabama. All children under the age of 6 are invited for stories, songs & crafts. The library is located at 206 Monroe Street (downtown).  Call (205) 652-2349 for more information.
The West Alabama Volleyball team is hosting three different camps  during the month of July in the High School Team Camp, All Skills Camp and Tiger Cub Camp.

Camps start on July 6-7 with the High School Team Camp designed to help improve each individual's skills as it pertains to team competition. Campers will compete alongside their teammates for the entirety of the camp as well as engage in competition against the other teams attending. The final session of the camp will include live 6-on-6 competition. Players may stay overnight in Gilbert Hall for $30.00 per night.

The All Skills Camp, running from July 8-9, is open to individuals from seventh to 12th grade and is designed to teach players the mechanics behind volleyball specific skills: setting, hitting, blocking and defense. Campers will get to experience a session in each of these four vital areas to develop and improve their game further.

Players may stay overnight in Gilbert Hall for $30.00 per night.

Then on July 10, the Tiger Cub Camp will introduce new players to the basic fundamentals of volleyball. This camp is open to individual's grades Pre-K to 6th. Boys are welcome to attend as well. Campers will learn the fundamentals of passing, setting, serving and hitting all while enjoying fun games to incorporate their newly learned skills.

The camp dates and times are as follows:

July 6-7: High School Team Camp- $75 per camper, includes lunches for each day as well as a t-shirt.


July 8-9: All Skills Camp- $75 per camper, includes lunches for each day as well as a t-shirt.


July 10: Tiger Cub Camp- $75 per camper, includes lunches for each day as well as a t-shirt.

If you have questions contact Interim Head Coach Casey Curran at curranc@uwa.edu
 
Summer fun! Livingston Alive & the Ruby Pickens Tartt Public Library have announced “Market and a Movie” nights.

Everyone is invited to see a family fun movie in Downtown Livingston.

Friday, May 3

Friday June 7

No July Market Livingston City’s Fireworks event

Friday, August 2

Friday, September 6

Movies will be announced at a later date. Contact Livingston Alive for vendor information.
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