Town of Falkville announces 2022 Color Me Downtown winners
By Martha Jackson
The Town of Falkville is pleased to announce the 2022 Color Me Downtown winners at the Falkville Fall Festival. The winners are listed as follows: (Female)-Bethany Holloway, Shirley Fotheringham, Alexis Roberts, Haley Allen, Lauren Estes, Kimberly Dillard, Sara Vest and Pam Berry. (Male)-Will Cannon, Taylor Smith, Danny Sheperd, Eloy Adame, Brad Vest, Jason Hart, Steven Southern and Mike Wilhite. The Town of Falkville expresses their appreciation to all of the participants. They also thank their volunteers: Kenny Lopez, Deborah Russell, Bobby Russell, Melanie Wood, Kathryn Wood, Shane Bryan, Maggie Bramlett, Lisa Wilhite and Cadence Bank.
October is National Bullying Prevention Month October is National Bullying Prevention Month. According to the Morgan County Sheriff’s Office, statistics show that cyber bullying is generated through the use of every digital platform. The risks have increased and children are being exposed to cyberbullying daily. The Morgan County Sheriff’s Office wants everyone to join them in a effort to help prevent cyberbullying in our communities, our households and our schools. These are a few red flags of concern for cyberbullying and they are listed as follows: Avoids social situations, becomes withdrawn or depressed, hides their screen or device when others are near, noticeable increase or decreases in device use, emotional responses to what is happening on their device, and social media accounts are being deleted or new ones appear.
Anyone interested in viewing more resources can go to: https://www.stopbullying.gov/resources/get-help-now
Danville Middle School News Special congratulations go out this week to the Danville Middle School September Students of the Month. Brayden McIntyre-5th grade, Trey Ricks-6th grade, Jaxson Blackwood-7th grade and Kayleigh Springer-8th grade.