Messenger Community Calendar for October

Messenger Community Calendar for OctoberMessenger Community Calendar for October

 The Gadsden Public Library challenges you to complete our 2013 Genre Challenge! All you have to do is pick up your Genre Key Chain from either the Childrens, Teen or Adult Departments (main circulation desk) by Sept. 30. Each time you visit the library, check out a book from one of the Genre Tickets on you specific key chain. Only one book per visit counts. Read your book and return it. Complete your key chain by Oct. 21 and receive a certificate of completion and a special award coupon from Jack’s Family Restaurant. For additional information, please call 256-549-4699, ext. 122 for Teen or ext. 120 for Adult.

    On the first Saturday of every month, Gadsden Regional’s Women’s & Children’s department will conduct free childbirth classes from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Gadsden Regional Room of Building 500 on the GRMC campus. The classes include sessions on infant care with pediatricians; a presentation by Success By 6 on infant and child development; sessions about pain control/epidurals, labor and delivery, and the post-partum period; information on breast feeding from a lactation consultant; and a tour of the hospital’s Women’s & Children’s unit. Breakfast and lunch are provided and attendees will receive free samples and door prizes. Mothers who plan to deliver at GRMC are welcome to attend and may bring along a guest. To register to attend or to receive more information, please call 256-494-4650.

    Do you have a child with a suspected handicapping condition between the ages of 3-21 and living within the confines of the Gadsden City School system? Please call the Gadsden City Board of Education Special Education Department at 256-549-2914. Testing is available.

    Gadsden Toastmasters is the local club for Toastmasters International serving Etowah, Calhoun and Marshall counties. Toastmasters is an excellent way to improve confidence, become a better speaker and gain valuable leadership experience. Club meetings are fun, positive and mutually supportive. Come and join us for a great evening of Toastmasters from 7-8 p.m. every Thursday in the Joe Ford Center Room 202 on the campus of Gadsden State Community College. Visit on Facebook at Gadsden Toastmasters or at www.toastmasters.org/. For more information, contact club President Isha Bothwell at 256-328-4865 or club Vice President for Education Tracy Rowland at 480-236-3688.

    The Gadsden Public Library’s Children’s Department and The American Red Cross will hold a “Letters to Soldiers” campaign. The GPL will be providing a letter template that you can fill out to be sent to a soldier through the American Red Cross. Please take advantage of this program to thank a soldier for everything that he/she does for our country. Completed letter must be turned in to the GPL Children’s Department by Nov. 30. For additional information, please contact the GPL Children’s Department at 256-549-4699, ext. 118.

    The VFW 8600 Chapter located on Rainbow Drive hosts a dance every Friday night starting at 8 p.m. Admission is $5. The Gold Dust Band will be playing a mix of classic and modern country music. Free line dancing classes will be offered every Friday starting at 7 p.m. For more information, call 256-441-4411. Come out and support our veterans!

    The Glencoe Public Library wishes to preserve the past of the City of Glencoe. The library is looking for pictures from the beginning in 1853 (when a quarry began operating at Rock Springs) to the present. The library also is looking for past yearbooks from the early 1930s to the present to add to its current collection. If you have not visited the library, please stop by. Hours at present are Monday – Friday from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., and Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from 3 – 5 p.m. For information on the pictures or yearbooks, please call Anne Batie at 256-492-2739 or the library at 256-459-4285.

    Foster parent training (GPS) classes are being offered at Alabama Mentor’s Attalla office located at 96 Industrial Drive. To register, call 256-570-0444, 256-504-2501 or e-mail jeanetta.thomas@thementornetwork.com.  

    Foster families are the key to unlocking the opportunity for teens in foster care. Invest in their future by mentoring a child or teen as a Therapeutic Foster Parent. Alabama Mentor provides Therapeutic Foster Care Services for children and teens with emotional and behavioral challenges. For more information, call Kimberly Tucker at 256-570-0444.
    
    Want to share your nostalgic stories about what it was like growing up in Gadsden? Were you in the military?  Do you have an interesting story to tell? Then join the Gadsden Public Library in its ongoing effort to preserve the oral history of Gadsden and Etowah County. Interviews are now being conducted. If you are interested, contact Craig at 256-549-4699, ext. 120.

Nichols Memorial Library in Gadsden is open every Thursday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. for anyone interested in family history research. The library contains genealogical information and family files from all areas of Alabama, Georgia, North and South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and other states. Military records and Native American research books are available. For additional information, contact Leon Young at 256-547-8477 or Harold Batie at 256-492-2739.

    Goodyear Retiree Club SOAR meetings will be held the first Thursday of each month at 11 a.m. at Local 12 located at 110 Hoke Street in Gadsden. Enjoy monthly entertainment, fellowship, door prizes, travel and pot luck lunches. Annual membership fee is $12 for retiree and $3 for spouse.

    Mental Health America of Etowah County offers Stress and Management, Domestic Violence Prevention and Parenting classes for adults. Certificates will be given upon completion of each course. Instructors are Alicia Harrell, MS, and Kelly Clark, LBSW. The total charge for each course is $80. Classes are held at the Robert Echols Family Success Center located at 821 East Broad Street in Gadsden. Entrance to classes is at the rear of the building. For dates and times, call 256-547-6888.

    Licensed Massage Therapist Alysia Price is taking Saturday appointments at Judy Ann’s on Hwy. 77. Call 256-504-9014 for more information.

    The Salvation Army will begin receiving applications for those persons needing Christmas assistance beginning Monday, October 28 through Thursday, October 31 from 9 a.m. until 12 p.m. Applications will continue Monday, November 4 through Thursday, November 7 from 1 to 4 p.m. The applications will be taken at 114 North 11th Street. These will be the only times to apply for Christmas assistance. All applicants should bring picture identification of themselves along with Social Security numbers for each person in the household, proof of income, living expense information, food stamp information, birth certificates for each child 12 and under and a piece of mail with their correct mailing address. Last year 220 food baskets and 6,560 toys were distributed. For more information, please call the Salvation Army office at 546-4673.
    
    Volunteers are needed at Gadsden Regional Medical Center to serve at the  information desks on the first floor and the second floor surgical waiting room, as well as cart drivers for visitors. You must be 18 or older to volunteer. Candidates must undergo a background check and drug screening. For more information, call Natalie Fleming at 256-494-4179 or e-mail natalie_fleming@gadsdenregional.com.

    The NE AL Genealogical Society and the Alabama City Historical Society are working on the preservation and maintenance of Clayton Cemetery. The NE Genealogical Society is in the process of publishing a book on Clayton Cemetery. We are interested in obtaining any history on the cemetery and information on those buried there. If you have any information to share or would like to donate to the maintenance project, contact Julia Young, 256-504-1485, RoseMary Hyatt, 256-490-4683, or Sherry Underwood, 256-490-5286.

 October

    11,18,25 The Beginning Crochet and Knitting club will meet at the Alabama City Branch of the Gadsden Public Library at 10 a.m. Please bring your own knitting/crocheting needles and yarn. For additional information, please contact Kay at 256-549-4688.

    11 You’ve asked. We’ve listened! Want to know more about using your e-book or e-reader? Need to know more about downloadable books from the GPL’s collection? Then join us either in the morning at 10 a.m. or at 2 p.m. Registration is required since seats are limited to only 12 people per class. Register at the Library’s Front Desk. For additional information, please contact Mary or Debbie at 256-549-4699, option #3.

    11 Seniors from Attalla City, Gadsden City, Etowah County, Coosa Christian, Westbrook Christian, Episcopal School and their parents are invited to attend the Etowah County College Fair at Beck Field House on the Gadsden State Community College Campus from 9 a.m. until 12 p.m. Representatives from various colleges and recruiters of all branches of the military will be participating.

    12 There will be a Sarcoidosis Support Group Meeting at 2 p.m. at the Gadsden Public Library. The speaker will be Pharmacist Sara Boggs of Southside Family Pharmacy. For more information, call Alice Minyard at 256-442-0463.
    
    13 The 5th Annual “A Walk Through Time” event will be held from 2-5 p.m. at Forrest Cemetery located at 700 South 15th Street in Gadsden. Admission is “donations only” with the proceeds being used to preserve the history and dignity of Forrest Cemetery. Take a step back in time and meet some of Etowah County’s most interesting citizens from the past. Enjoy a beautiful fall afternoon outdoors listening to funny, heroic and historical tales as you stroll from gravesite to gravesite. You will hear stories told by re-enactors clad in period dress. Many of the portrayers are actual descendants of the individuals whose stories they tell. Parking will be available at the old Gadsden High School and trolley service is available from the school parking lot to the main gate of Forrest Cemetery. Trolleys will also return patrons to the school parking lot. For persons with limited mobility, a limited number of golf cart shuttles will be available inside the cemetery. The carts will stop at the shuttle stop marked on the maps available to patrons as they enter the cemetery. For more information, e-mail Carol Carlisle at carol.carlisle@comcast.net or call Laura Elliott at 205-229-1236.

    14,21,28 The East Gadsden Branch of the Gadsden Public Library will hold Beginning Crochet and Knitting from 1 to 3 p.m. Learn the basics of knitting and crocheting. Please bring your own knitting/crocheting needles and yam. For additional information, please contact LaShunda at 256-549-4691 or lashunda@gadsdenlibrary.org.

    15 Join us as lecturer Tabitha Bozeman speaks and reads from the works of Edgar Allen Poe while local artist Brandy Hyatt creates a live visual interpretation of the readings. Participation will be encouraged. Reception following. For additional information, please contact Carol at 256-549-4699, ext. 107.

    15 Downtown Gadsden Inc. will close the Memorial Bridge in Gadsden from 5:30-7:30 p.m. for the second annual Sunset Sips fundraising event. Memorial Bridge is the perfectly unique venue for a night full of fun with friends over the Coosa River watching the sunset. Hors d’oeuvres will be provided by the Fish Market and Back Forty Beer Company. The Stone Market will provide beverages and Frios Gourmet Pops will provide tasty treats. There will also be unplugged entertainment at different locations across the bridge. Funds raised at the event will go towards purchasing outdoor speakers for downtown Gadsden. Tickets are $40 each and can be purchased online at www.downtowngadsden.com. Tickets can also purchased at any of the following locations; Downtown Gadsden Inc., University of Alabama-Gadsden Center, Frios Gourmet Pops and The Stone Market. A limited number of tickets will be available and must be purchased by Friday, Oct. 11. Downtown Gadsden Inc., a 501(c)3 organization, thanks you for your donation.

    15 The Gadsden Public Library Pre-Teen Book Club will meet in the Children’s Department from 3:30-4:30 p.m. to discuss “Room One” by Andrew Clements. Spaces are limited. Pre-registration is required. For additional information or pre-registration, please contact the Children’s Department at 256-549-4699, ext. 118, or email jillian@gadsdenlibrary.org.

    15,22,29 The Gadsden Public Library Teen Zone will be watching the acclaimed British television series “Robin of Sherwood” at 4:30 p.m. in the Teen Zone. For additional information, please contact Brandy or Chris at 256-549-4699, ext. 122.

    15,22,29 The Alabama City branch of the Gadsden Public Library will hold Tuesday Tales Storytime at 10 a.m. Storytime at the Hoyt Warsham Alabama City Library is an informal program for children. This program is free and lasts approximately 30-45 minutes. All children must be accompanied by an adult. For additional information, please contact Kay at 256-549-4688.

    15,22,29 The East Gadsden Branch of the Gadsden Public Library will hold Tuesday Tiny Tot Time at 10 a.m. Tiny Tot Time is an informal story time for infants to age 5 years old. Participants will receive a coloring sheet to coordinate with the story. For additional information, please contact LaShunda at 256-549-4691 or lashunda@gadsdenlibrary.org.

    16 “Microsoft PowerPoint” will be from 1:30-3:30 p.m. in the computer classroom of the Gadsden Public Library. Computer Basics for the Beginner is a prerequisite for this class. Register for classes in person at the Computer Center Desk (2nd floor) or for more information, call 256-549-4699, ext. 120. A current (free and clear) library card is needed to enroll.

    16,23,30 The Gadsden Public Library Teen Zone will be holding Homework Help from 4-5 p.m. For additional information, please contact Brandy or Chris at 256-549-4699, ext. 122.

    16,23,30 The Alabama City Branch of the Gadsden Public Library will be having Sticking Time (all types of needlework) from 2-4 p.m. Beginners are welcome. For additional information, please contact Kay at 256-549-4688.

    16,23,30 The East Gadsden Branch of the Gadsden Public Library will hold Board Game Day at 3:30 p.m. This month we’ll focus on the classic game of Dominoes! Families are welcome. For additional information, please contact LaShunda at 256-549-4691.

    16 Bethlehem United Baptist Church in Gallant will be holding a singing at 6:30 p.m. with Fred Southerland.

    16 Ann Harrison, a missionary from Central Asia going to Indonesia, will give a presentation and share her “mission” work at 2 p.m. for the ladies WMU meeting. We value your attendance.

    17,24,31 The Alabama City Branch of the Gadsden Public Library will be having Thursday movies from 10 a.m. until 12 p.m. Popcorn and a drink will be provided by the library. For additional information, please contact Kay at 256-549-4688.

    17 There will be a fundraising lunch for the Etowah Baptist Missions Center from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Etowah First Baptist Church. This will be a fundraiser to help with benevolence funds for the upcoming winter months’ power and gas bills. For more information on how you can help or get tickets, please contact Donna McCartney, 256-442-5297, Karen at Missions Center, 256-546-2980, and Cheryl at the EBA office, 256-547-1691.
    17 Greater Gadsden Greeters will hold its October coffee in a member’s home from 10 a.m. until 12 p.m. If you are new to the area (four years or less) and wish more information, call Genelle Wagar, 256-442-8507 or Jeanie Russell 256-492-9916.

    17 St. James Catholic School’s Silent Auction will be held at Convention Hall in Gadsden. Doors opens at 5:30 p.m. with entertainment by The Kings of Swing, dinner catered by The Fisherman, an open bar, bingo and a silent auction. Drawing starts at 7:30 p.m. with a 1-in-400 chance to win $10,000. If you are interested in buying or selling tickets, please contact the St. James School office at 546-0132.

    17,24,31 Gadsden Public Library Children’s StoryTimes will be held at 10 a.m. in the Children’s Programming Room. Participate in our free weekly programs and enjoy special time with your little one with stories, crafts, snacks and special guests. Programs are geared toward children ages 5 and under. For additional information, please contact the Children’s Department at 256-549-4699, ext. 118.

    17,24,31 The Gadsden Public Library Teen Zone will be having Appernoon and Crafternoon from 4-6 p.m. For additional information, please contact Brandy or Chris at 256-549-4699, ext. 122.

    17 RSVP will have their next quarterly workshop at the Etowah County Courthouse, Community Meeting Room 205 at 10 a.m. The topic of this workshop is “Train Your Brain.” The speaker will be Trudy Lowe with Preferred Health Services and she will be giving tips on how to keep your brain active and alert. This is a free workshop, but space is limited. Call RSVP at 256-549-8147 by October 16 for reservations.  

18 The Council on Aging of Etowah County will host a Medicare Prescription Drug Enrollment event at the University of Alabama Gadsden Center from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. SHIP volunteer counselors from The Council on Aging and the East Alabama Regional Planning & Development Commission will be available at those days and times to help Medicare beneficiaries compare and select prescription drug plans for 2014. Each individual seeking assistance must bring your Medicare card and a detailed list of medications, with dosages, or the prescription bottles. Everyone will be helped on a first-come, first-served basis, so there may be a wait, with a session lasting up to an hour. Call the Council on Aging (256) 543-3616 if there are questions.

    19 The Gadsden Public Library Chess Club will meet from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. in the Lena Martin Room of the Gadsden Public Library. For further information, please contact Craig at craig@gadsdenlibrary.org or by calling 256-549-4699, ext. 120.

    19 The Gadsden Public Library Brunch w/ Books Book Club will meet in the Children’s Program Reading Room from 10-11:30 a.m. to discuss “If I Can’t Have You” by Mary B. Morrison/ Light brunch will be served. For additional information, please contact LaShunda at 256-549-4691 or Tallulah at 256-549-4699, ext. 102.

    20 Trinity Lutheran Church will celebrate its 75th anniversary. President Kurtis Schulz of our Southern District LCMS (Lutheran Church Missouri Synod) will deliver the Sunday morning message to conclude anniversary recognition.

    21 “Social Networking” will be from 1:30-3:30 p.m. in the computer classroom of the Gadsden Public Library. Computer Basics for the Beginner is a prerequisite for this class. Register for classes in person at the Computer Center Desk (2nd floor) or for more information, call 256-549-4699, ext. 120. A current (free and clear) library card is needed to enroll.

    21 Are you a writer? Would you like to try writing? If so, join the GPL’s brand new Gadsden Writers! Group meetings take place in the Lena Martin Room and will be facilitated by Tabitha Bozeman. All genres are encouraged. Meetings will include instructional exercises along with writing workshops. Participants will be asked to bring writings that they’re currently working on as well as to generate new work. For additional information, please contact Tabitha at tabithabozeman@gmail.com or Craig at 256-549-4699, ext. 120.
    
    23 The 5th Annual LJCC Mahjongg Tournament will be held from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. at the Levite Jewish Community Center on Montclair Road in Birmingham. All level of players are invited to attend. Proceeds will benefit the Roz Feigelson Circle of Life Knitting Society (knitting scarves and shrugs with love for cancer patients). The cost will be $30 and includes lunch, donation and prizes. For more information, please contact Mindy Cohen at 205-859-0411 or email mcohen@bhamjcc.org.

    24 The East Gadsden Branch of the Gadsden Public Library will be holding “Experiment and Explore Window Gardens” from 3:30 until 4:30 p.m. Spots are limited. Pre-registration is required. For additional information or pre-registration, please contact LaShunda at 256-549-4691.

    24,25,26 Friends of the Gadsden Public Library Big Book Sale will take place in the Lena Martin Room of the GPL. The hours are Thurs. and Fri. from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. until 12 p.m. Over 5000 items of “nearly new” and used books, movies and other items including large selections of biographies, non-fiction and fiction hardcover and paperback books. Prices start at twenty-five cents. For additional information, please call Craig at 256-549-4699, ext. 120.    

    25 Hokes Bluff Seniors and Friends will meet at 10:30 a.m. at the Hokes Bluff Community Center.

    26 The Gadsden Public Library Teen Zone Anime Club will be meeting to discuss “Chobits” by Clamo from 12 until 2 p.m. For additional information, please contact Brandy or Chris at 256-549-4699, ext. 122.

    26 RSVP is hosting a free Community Shred & Drug Round Up for Make A Difference Day from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. A shred truck will be in the parking lot of the Etowah County Courthouse, 800 Forrest Avenue. There is no limit to how much you can bring to be shredded. This shredder can handle paper clips, rubber bands, staples, CD’s and even the box or bag you brought your papers in. Also, agents from the Etowah County Drug Enforcement Unit will be on hand to collect any old or unused medicines you need to get rid of. We can collect pills, liquids, inhalers and anything but needles. Everything collected (papers & meds) will be disposed of in the most environmentally friendly way.

    28 The East Gadsden Branch of the Gadsden Public Library will be holding the Best Seller Book Club from 12-1 p.m. This month’s selection is “NYPD Red” by James Patterson. Brown Bags are welcome! Beverage and dessert will be provided by the library. For additional information, please contact LaShunda at 256-549-4691.

    28 For one night only, the Gadsden Public Library will be having a live Dungeons & Dragons from 4 until 7:30 p.m. For additional information, please contact Brandy or Chris at 256-549-4699, ext. 122.

    29 Family Savings Free Shred Day and Electronic Recycling will be from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the main office, located at 711 East Meighan Blvd. This free service is open to the community and businesses for destruction of documents containing sensitive information. Assistance with unloading will be available. Technical Knockout TKO will be recycling electronics. They will accept computers, computer hardware, phones, fax machines, copiers, printers, any electronics with plugs (except TVs), etc. A small fee of $10 will be charged for hard drive destruction—all other electronics will be free of charge. Contact Family Savings at 256-543-9530 for more information.

    29 The Council on Aging of Etowah County will host a Medicare Prescription Drug Enrollment event at the Gadsden Public Library from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. SHIP volunteer counselors from The Council on Aging and the East Alabama Regional Planning & Development Commission will be available at those days and times to help Medicare beneficiaries compare and select prescription drug plans for 2014. Each individual seeking assistance must bring your Medicare card and a detailed list of medications, with dosages, or the prescription bottles. Everyone will be helped on a first-come, first-served basis, so there may be a wait, with a session lasting up to an hour. Call the Council on Aging (256) 543-3616 if there are questions.

    31 Alabama Mentor will be accepting trick-or-treaters during its monthly open house at 6 p.m. at 96 Industrial Drive in Attalla. We will also be providing information related to what it takes to be a licensed foster parent. Feel free to bring your kids and your list of questions. Please contact Jeanetta at 256-570-0444 with any questions. Hope to see you there!

 
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