By Sarrah Peters
For the 11th year, Gadsden Regional Medical Center will host its annual Go Red event. It will take place at Gadsden Convention Hall on February 10 at 6 p.m. The event raises awareness about heart health, as well as money for the American Heart Association.
Fox 6 news anchor, Janice Rogers will be hosting the event.Read more »
By Sarrah Peters
On Friday, February 6, the merchants of Downtown Gadsden will be hosting a Chocolate Stroll. Since it’s the week before Valentine’s Day, stores are going to stay open until 7 p.m. and will be offering special sales and serving chocolate delights.
The merchants have also put together the “Ultimate Valentine’s Day Basket.” To register, go toRead more »
There’s something big coming to historic downtown Gadsden this February or should we say pre-historic downtown Gadsden? The Mary G. Hardin Center for Cultural Arts is pleased to announce Dinosaurs Alive! opening February 8.
Everyone is invited to attend the grand opening reception on February 8 at 1 p.m. There will be pre-historic punch and triceratops treats as wellRead more »
Gadsden Regional honored three of its own recently by naming a trio of employees as Employee of the Year and Clinical and Non-Clinical Managers of the Year.
The Imaging Department’s Tommy Batson was named Employee of the Year. Batson, who is the hospital’s PACS administrator, was named Employee of the Month in October 2013.
His nomination for Employee ofRead more »
At their most recent board meeting, the Etowah County Tourism Board voted to work with the Gadsden/Etowah Patriot’s Association to restore the Veteran’s Day parade on November 4, 2015.
“The Patriot’s Association approached us about partnering with them to help with communication, publicity and promotion, and overall administration/production of the parade,” said Hugh Stump III, executive director for theRead more »