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Calling All Artists! Proposals Due October 5, 2015

The city of Montgomery is looking for a talented artist to create a vibrant, engaging and uplifting mural for 435 Maxwell Blvd in Montgomery. The mural must be original and reflect the vitality of the city.

The artist selected will serve as an independent contractor for the Montgomery Area Business Committee for the Arts, which is serving as the fiscal agent for the Public Art Commission on this project. The Public Art Commission will hold an onsite Q&A for interested artists at the project site on September 17, 2015 from 4:30 to 6:00 p.m.

If you have what it takes to make your mark on Montgomery, Alabama, visit www.mgmpublicart.com to check out a full call for proposals…

 

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The Jimmie Hale Mission Tours and Presentations

TAKE A TOUR: We love sharing and invite you to our FREE ‘I Had No Idea’ Tour of our Shepura Men’s Campus on Wednesday, Sept. 9th at 11am.

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Learn more about the Mission and how you can get involved. Sign up online today!

https://jimmiehalemission.com/news-eve…/tours-presentations/

“I Had No Idea” Tour

So many people who came to take a tour ended up saying “I had no idea!” Thus, the “I Had No Idea” tour was born! These tours are a great way for you, your family, friends or group to learn about the inner-workings of our ministries. Please know we do not ask for donations at these tours; they are simply one-hour learning experiences.

Be sure to register for the tour (or tours) you’d like to attend. You may register online…

City of Birmingham Diversity Fair Held on September 12 at Linn Park

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Michael Harrington Wins the Public Radio WBHM 90.3 FM Artist Challenge

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Michael Harrington’s winning design

Posted 08-31-2015 by Audrey Atkins.

Michael Harrington has been voted the winner of the Public Radio WBHM 90.3 FM Artist Challenge. Harrington’s design will be featured during WBHM’s Fall 2015 Fund Drive and is the sixth in a series of collaborations between the station and local artists. Runners up are co-designers Joey Seales and Jared Ragland of Birmingham and Diana Hiott, who lives in Chilton County.

The contest, launched by WBHM this past July, attracted a large number of entries from throughout North Central Alabama, and Harrington’s design was one of three chosen as finalists by WBHM’s Friends Board and Junior Advisors. WBHM’s listeners were then asked to vote for their favorite to be the winning design. Harrington’s winning submission will appear on a glass given as a thank-you gift from the station for contributions of $90 or more during WBHM’s Fall 2015 Fund Drive, which will be October 14-24, 2015.

“I was inspired to enter this contest because WBHM has always been a very constant part of my life,” says Harrington. “Most radio stations have an empty disconnect between the station, programs, and the listeners, but WBHM has a genuine, personal interconnection and relationship between the programs we hear and the city in which we live.”

WBHM’s Fall 2015 Fund Drive will be the second of only two drives this year. Listener support is WBHM’s chief source of funding, and the station’s goal is to raise $250,000 during this campaign. These donations…

Paws for the Cause Presented by The Animal League of Birmingham

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To register…

3rd Avenue North Shining Bright in July 1953: Sidewalk Moving Picture Festival Tonight!

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[Photo c/o Birmingham Public Library]

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See our ever-growing theatre district lit up once again this weekend for the 17th Annual Sidewalk Moving Picture Festival!

B-Metro Magic City Mix Party @Sidewalk

Today at 5:00pm

3rd Avenue North, 1800 Block

Discovery Clubs of the Jimmie Hale Mission Ministries: Returning Mentor Workshop at Sixth Avenue Baptist Church TODAY

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Friday, August 28, 2015 from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM

Sixth Avenue Baptist Church

1101 Martin Luther King Jr Dr

Birmingham, AL 35211

Event Details

This workshop will offer breakout sessions in Classroom Management, Teaching Techniques…

Birmingham Restaurant Week Sponsored by Regions Donates to REV Birmingham’s Urban Food Project

Restaurants participating in Second Helpings will be donating a portion of proceeds to REV Birmingham’s Urban Food Project. Funds raised will help support the Farm to Corner Store Initiative creating healthy food access in Birmingham’s food deserts. Select restaurants will be extending their BRW 2015 menus through Saturday Aug, 29 for a great cause.

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https://news.wbhm.org/feature/2015/urbanfoodproject/

Check out these restaurants loaded with Alabama grown produce from Urban Food Project.

Register TODAY for the Monkey C Monkey Run 5K!!!

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Monkey C Monkey 5k and Fun Run is hosted by Camp Smile-A-Mile’s Junior Board of Directors and starts at Homewood Park with a certified 5k race at 8 a.m. on Saturday, September 19, 2015.  This race is followed by a one mile fun run for the kids and festivities in the park.

For more information and sponsorship opportunities, please contact: Savannah Lanier at savannah.lanier@campsam.org

TO REGISTER:

https://runsignup.com/Race/AL/Homewood/MonkeyCMonkeyRun5k

Mission:

Camp Smile-A-Mile’s mission is to provide year round challenging, unforgettable recreational and educational experiences for young cancer patients, their families as well as young adult survivors from Alabama at no cost to the families. Our purpose is to provide these patients, families and survivors with avenues for fellowship,…

Governor Robert Bentley Signs a Proclamation Today Declaring October as Pro Bono Month in the State of #Alabama!

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#ProBonoAL #ABADayofService