June 3, 2010 RSS feed / Lifestyle

Callier goes to D. C. to lobby for disabled

By Evan Carden Special to The Democrat Alvin C. More...

Merida honored as chairman of science department at UWA

Dr. Jeffery R. Merida was recently honored in a reception given in recognition of his appointment to the position as Chairman of the Department of Environmental and Biological Sciences at the University of West Alabama, in Livingston. More...

Hoggard-Doggett to wed in Oxford, Miss.

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hoggard of Oxford, Miss. announce the engagement of their daughter Megan Hoggard to Patrick Glenn Doggett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Doggett of Jackson. More...

Bagley gets appointment to West Point military academy

Andrea Bagley, Clarke Prep School’s valedictorian, has received an appointment to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, NY. Bagley was recommended for the appointment by U.S. Sens. More...

State’s old wooden windows said to be endangered

In observance of National Historic Preservation Month, the Alabama Historical Commission (AHC) and the Alabama Trust for Historic Preservation (ATHP) announce Alabama’s most endangered places for 2010. More...

Emily Hayes on dean’s list at Agnes Scott College

Emily Hayes of Jackson Class of 2011, was named to the Dean's Honor List at Agnes Scott College for the spring semester. Emily Hayes is the daughter of Robert Hayes and Lynn Marlow. More...

Tremlett receives several scholarships from University of Ala.

William Tremlett, son of Michael and Belinda (Bedsole) Tremlett, has received the following scholarships from the University of Alabama: Collegiate Scholar Scholarship - 4 years; Alumni Scholar Award - 4 years, Alumni Heritage Scholarship and Colleg More...

Vingi graduates Porter-Gaud Academy

Marshall Callaway Vingi of Charleston, South Carolina graduated on May 22 from Porter-Gaud Academy, Charleston, SC. He is the son of Robert E. and Elizabeth Finlay Vingi of Charleston. More...

Merida earns master’s degree from Troy Univ.

On May 7 Joe L. Merida, Jr. received a Master of Science in Counseling and Psychology Degree at Troy University in Troy. He received his Bachelor of Science in Human Services Degree at Troy, also. More...

Couple honored with Leroy shrimp boil

Megan Hoggard and Patrick Doggett were honored at an outdoorsman social – low country shrimp boil at the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Powell of Leroy on Saturday, May 15, 2010. Co-hosting the event were Mr. and Mrs. Butch Brackin, Mr. and Mrs. More...

Marker planned for Spinks Cemetery

Spinks Chapel, cemetery and family will be commemorated with a marker June 12, 5 p.m., in the Spinks Cemetery, Asbury Road, in Grove Hill. The public is invited and requested to bring their own seating. More...

Edward Jones’ T’ville office recognized

Mark Gerald and Kathy Davis of the financial services firm Edward Jones in Thomasville recently received the firm's Client Service Excellence award. "We are honored to receive this award," Gerald said. More...

Smith-Mosley to say vows Saturday

Allison Leigh Smith and Andrew Wesley Mosley will exchange wedding vows Saturday, June 5 at 4 p.m. at the First Baptist Church of Jackson. Miss Smith is the daughter of Mrs. Barbara Smith of Pensacola, FL. Mr. Mosley is the son of Mr. and Mrs. More...