Feeding Families holds food drive  

By Martha Jackson

Feeding Families of Alabama, located at 373 Mt. Tabor Road, in Hartselle is currently holding a food drive to help feed those who are food insecure. Feeding Families is in need of donations of unopened, unexpired foods and all donations go to help people in need in local areas. This is a partial list, however any foods will help. Accepted and needed items include boxes of crackers, canned meats of any kind, soups, canned chili, canned stews, mac and cheese, dried beans of any kind, shelf stable milks (these can be found at the Dollar Tree for $1.25), peanut butter, jelly, pancake syrups, instant potatoes of any kind, dry cerals, canned fruits of any kind and canned veggies of any kind. Please drop off donations in the bins and ice chests that are provided at the Feeding Families office door anytime, even if the office is closed. The items will be brought in quickly.  

Falkville High School announces new student orientation 

Falkville High School announces 6th grade and above and new student orientation will be held Aug. 7 at 2 p.m. The information regarding schedule pick up and parking permits will be announced at a later time.  

Pine Street Baptist Church to hold VBS  

Members of Pine Street Baptist Church in Falkville are pleased to announce their one day VBS July 23 from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. with late registration and check at 8:30 a .m. Children of all ages are welcome to attend. For more information and easy registration, visit https://psbc.mycokesburyvbs.com/  

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