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07/25/19
Back to School FREE Movie Night

The Monroeville/Monroe County Chamber of Commerce will show a FREE movie at the Otha Lee Biggs Amphitheater on July 25, 2019. The movie will begin at dusk.  FREE popcorn, snow cones, candy, prizes, bouncy house and MORE!  In the case of inclement weather, the movie will be shown at the YMCA.  Check the chamber's social media pages to stay up to date on the details. 

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07/25/19
Leadership Now! applications due

The Monroeville/ Monroe County Chamber of Commerce is gearing up for our Leadership Now! program! Applications are available on the Chamber website and at the Chamber office. Nominate a co-worker or nominate yourself to join the program. Applications are due JULY 25th! 

07/30/19
Kids and Kin

The ALABAMA GUIDANCE CENTER will be offering a KIDS & KIN event for children, ages 3-12, along with a family member or friend.  

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07/31/19
Painting Class for Children

Beginner class - Children ages 5-12 are encouraged to sign up for this class.  
Instructor - Sherry Scott

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08/01/19
Author and Speaker, Natalie G. Adams will present

Author and Speaker Natalie G. Adams will present her book, "Just Trying to Have School".  

Natalie G. Adams is professor of social and cultural studies in education at the University of Alabama with a joint appointment in  New College and the College of Education. James H. Adams (her husband) is professor of instructional systems and workforce development in the College of Education at Mississippi State University.   This research project on the desegregation of public schools in Mississippi emanated from their personal participation in school desegregation as students in Louisiana and Mississippi.  Natalie was in 3rd grade in 1970 when her rural school district in North Louisiana desegregated its schools. That same year Jim was in 9th grade at DeKalb High when Kemper County (MS) desegregated by the unusual arrangement of having black and white students on the same high school campus but in separate and segregated wings of the school building.  Both of their mothers were teachers during this time period, and Jim’s father was a school principal.  Prior to becoming professors, Natalie and Jim were public school teachers. Natalie serves on the Board of the David Matthews Center for Civic Life and will be assuming the position of board president in August. 
 

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08/01/19
Natalie G. Adams: Lunch & Book Signing

Author, U.A. Professor and Speaker will present "Just Trying to Have School" at Monroe County Public Library.  Ticket available for $10.00.  Lunch menu is Cranberry-Almond Chicken Salad on Croissant, potato chips, & cookie.  Tea & Coffee.  

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