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Don't miss The New Morning Star Baptist Church Choir annual choir day program. at New Morning Star Baptist Church 119 South Ash Ave Demopolis, Alabama 36732  May 21, 2017 at 2:30pm The theme will be: Let your light shine before people, so they can see the good things you do. Matthew 5:16 Rev Lynn Finch, Pastor Rev Kelvin Cockrell of New Morning Star Church} Boligee AI, Guest Speaker Sis Ann Hunter, Mistress of Order

Whatever projects you have planned for this summer, the Demopolis Public Library has something for you. Resources to help you learn to grow, connect, and create. So, whatever you want to build or whatever your family needs, there are summer programs for all age groups! Summer is a great time to build and create with friends and the Demopolis Public Library is the perfect place for your imagination to take off and the place to help you build a better world! For more information about the library’s summer programs, call  334.289.1595 or visit www.demopolislibrary.info.

Primary Care Providers in Tuscaloosa and the surrounding counties are invited to participate in an education and networking event highlighting Lupus and Cancer Prevention, two important topics in West Alabama.


Wednesday, May 24, 2017 from 11:30 AM to 2:30 PM CDT

Hotel Capstone

320 Paul W Bryant Dr

Tuscaloosa, AL 35401

Lupus

Dr. Chatham will provide an overview of lupus, an often misdiagnosed disease. Dr. Chatham will share how primary care providers can recognize the signs and symptoms to improve care for Lupus patients. Lupus patient, Mrs. Sharesha Sneed will share her experience living with Lupus.

Cancer Prevention

According to a research study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute approximately 81% new HPV-associated cancer cases diagnosed each year could be prevented by HPV vaccinations. Dr. Ladinsky will provide an overview of HPV incidence rates nationally and how local providers can help reduce HPV related cancers in Alabama. This presentation includes up-to- date information on HPV infection/disease, the HPV vaccine, and ways to successfully communicate with patients and parents about the vaccine.

Complimentary Buffet Lunch with registration. Space is limited.


The Sumter County Summer enrichment program. Students in the county

will participate in academic enrichment activities. the six week program will

be offered at all Sumter County Schools. Registration is now thru June 5th.

The 2017 Sumter County Summer Enrichment Program will provide transportation,

breakfast and lunch. the Registration fee is $100.00 for the entire 6-week program

 and $75.00 per child for households with more than one child. Registration can be

completed at each of the schools in the Sumter County School District.

 or contact Annie Walker at 205-652-2271 ext. 1211 for information on the

Sumter County Summer enrichment program

Scholarships are available on a first come, first serve basis.