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Wesley Chapel Ladies Club Yard Sale

Date(s): 9/4/2015, 9/5/2015

Friday and Saturday, September 4 and 5 from 7am til 2pm

Wesley Chapel Ladies Club 4844 county road 41, Hartford
Wesley Chapel Ladies Club will be holding a yard sale on Friday and Saturday, September 4 and 5 from 7am til 2pm at the church. The address is: 4844 county road 41, Hartford. We will have signs out along the way.

A yard sale for the ladies club is for mission work such as buying mosquito netting for tropical countries to help stop the spread of malaria and is not for profit. The yard sale is just a means of the church's ladies to make a little money to help people not only in foreign countries but in our neighborhood, too.
For more information call 588-3504 and ask for Kay.

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STILL ALICE Movie Screening

Date(s): 9/16/2015

Wednesday, September 16, 10:00am to Noon

Green Hill Presbyterian Church 735 East Lee Street Enterprise, AL 36330
The Alzheimer’s Support Group of Green Hill Presbyterian Church invites you to a special free showing of STILL ALICE.

"Alice Howland, happily married with three grown children, is a renowned linguistics professor who starts to forget words. When she receives a diagnosis of Early-Onset Alzheimer’s Disease, Alice and her family find their bonds thoroughly tested. Her struggle to stay connected to who she once was is frightening, heartbreaking, and inspiring."


Green Hill’s Alzheimer’s Support Group meets once a month in the Fellowship Hall. Meetings are held on the third Wednesday of each month, at 10:00am. Dr. Kimberli Fougeron Ph.D., the group facilitator, has been certified by the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America.

Many of us are caring for individuals who have Alzheimer’s disease and other related dementias. Our meetings consist of education, guest speakers, sharing, and prayer. We share caregiving approaches we’ve tried and discuss what works, what doesn’t, and how we cab care for ourselves during these challenging times. We want all caregivers to understand the disease and to know that they are not alone.
For more information, please contact the church office at 334-347-9530.

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Girls Nite Out

Date(s): 9/26/2015

September 26 2015 5-9

Downtown Enterprise
Cost? = $20.00 Ticket
More Info = 10% of Ticket Sales will be donated to Breast Cancer Awareness

Participants will receive a SWAG bag with free gifts and a Passport for Savings. Al the stores will have free food, beverages, music, promotional items, door prizes and some will have basket give-a-ways. There will be two photo booths with props for those girly girl photo memories. At the end of the night participants will drop their stamped passport in the give-a-way box at All About Art and there will be a drawing for a $500.00 gift basket.

Participation stores downtown will have hot pink ribbons on their doors saying Ask us about Girls nite out tickets Tickets the nite of the event will be $25.00
Contact www.enterprisedowntown.org for more info.

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Martial Arts for Children’s Hosp.

Date(s): 9/19/2015

Saturday, Sept. 19, noon till 3 p.m.

Wiregrass Commons Mall Center Court (900 Commons Drive, Dothan 36303.)
Dothan Martial Arts Academy will host Martial Arts for Children’s of Alabama on Saturday, Sept. 19, noon till 3 p.m., at the Wiregrass Commons Mall Center Court (900 Commons Drive, Dothan 36303.)

The event will highlight the skills of the academy’s martial arts and tae kwon do students. In the weeks prior to the event, students have gathered sponsors who have pledged $10 for each board the student breaks during the demonstration. All proceeds benefit The Alabama Center for Childhood Cancer and Blood Disorders at Children’s where Libby Claire Rushing of Dothan has received treatment for neuroblastoma, a rare disease in which a solid tumor is formed by special nerve cells called neuroblasts.

Families from the Wiregrass Region made more than 8,100 trips to Children’s last year. In addition, 90 percent of the youngsters in Alabama who are diagnosed with cancer are treated at Children’s.

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Going Gold for Childhood Cancer

Date(s): 8/24/2015, 8/25/2015, 8/26/2015, 8/27/2015, 8/28/2015, 8/29/2015, 8/30/2015, 8/31/2015, 9/1/2015, 9/2/2015, 9/3/2015, 9/4/2015, 9/5/2015, 9/6/2015, 9/7/2015, 9/8/2015, 9/9/2015, 9/10/2015, 9/11/2015, 9/12/2015, 9/13/2015, 9/14/2015, 9/15/2015, 9/16/2015, 9/17/2015, 9/18/2015, 9/19/2015, 9/20/2015, 9/21/2015, 9/22/2015, 9/23/2015, 9/24/2015, 9/25/2015, 9/26/2015, 9/27/2015, 9/28/2015, 9/29/2015, 9/30/2015

September

Wiregrass area
Going Gold for Childhood Cancer Signs 12x18 $15 and 18x34 $20

Asking the Wiregrass to go gold in September by wearing gold or yellow ribbon, bows on mailboxes and on door's, businesses sign supporting childhood cancer.
Call 334-793-4850 for more info go online to stayingcodystrong.org

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2015 Alzheimer Walk to Remember

Date(s): 10/3/2015

October 3rd 8:00am

Westgate Park
25.00 for registration & a shirt 15.00 for just walk

We are looking forward to a wonderful 2015 Walk as we celebrate its 23rd anniversary in our community! Your part helps make it possible for us to continue and expand the educational and support services to local Alzheimer victims, their caregivers, and family members.

At our annual event, walkers participate in their choice of a 1-mile, 3-mile or 5-mile route in memory or in honor of Alzheimer patients, caregivers, family and friends. Many participate as part of a team, wearing identical t-shirts and making the event a party. Others walk as individuals, part of a family, or with their pets. Participants soon find that it is more than just a walk to benefit Alzheimer’s. Local eateries donate wonderful barbecue, dessert treats, juices and more. Other businesses participate by donating door prizes that make the event seem like a celebration.

Wondering how to participate in A Walk to Remember? There are lots of ways!
1. Be a sponsor
2. Form a team and walk or just take up donations. (You don't have to walk.)
3. Walk as an individual
4. Prefer not to walk in the event? Volunteers are always welcome to help with behind the scenes activities!

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2015 Okaloosa/Walton Heart Walk

Date(s): 8/26/2015

Saturday, September 26, 2015 8 Am To 12 Pm

Northwest Florida State College Niceville Campus
Taking Steps To Promote A Heart-Healthy Lifestyle & Raising Funds To Fight Heart Disease/Stroke!

Donations may also be dropped off with Jillian Demarest at the main office in DeFuniak Springs, Hope Watson at the Santa Rosa Beach Office or Tammy Godwin at the Jail.
Sign up for our team and make your donations online at: http://okaloosawaltonheartwalk.kintera.org/thingreenline

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5th Caitie’s Army Day of Hope Benefit Ride

Date(s): 9/26/2015

Sept. 26

Covington County Fairgrounds (Highway 55 South, Andalusia, Ala. 36420)
Caitie's Army to Host Fun-Filled Day for Families to Raise Funds for Cancer Patients at Children's of Alabama

A day packed full of family-friendly activities promises great fun for a great cause. The 5th Annual Caitie’s Army Day of Hope Benefit Ride and 5K Run is set for Sept. 26 at the Covington County Fairgrounds (Highway 55 South, Andalusia, Ala. 36420)

Registration for the 5K run opens at 6 a.m. in the Kiwanis Community Center at the fairgrounds; the race begins at 7 a.m.
Motorcycle enthusiasts can register for the benefit ride starting at 9 a.m. with kick stands up at noon. The registration fee for each event is $25 and includes a T-shirt while supplies last.

Other planned activities include arts and crafts displays, bounce houses, pony rides, live entertainment, an auction and door prizes. Arts and crafts booths are available for $25. Brown bag lunches will be available for $5 each.

Caitie’s Army was inspired by Caitie Rhodes of Andalusia, who was diagnosed and treated for brain cancer at Children’s of Alabama in Birmingham. Touched by her story, organizers hold activities and events to raise funds that support The Alabama Center for Childhood Cancer and Blood Disorders at Children’s. Last year, the ride raised more than $8,000 for childhood cancer research and to help families like Caitie’s. Caitie will turn 24 this year and has now transitioned to adult care at UAB.

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21 st Annual "Tee Off for Kids" Golf Tournament

Date(s): 9/17/2015

Registration begins at 10:00 AM

Highland Oaks Golf Course
The Southeast Alabama Child Advocacy Center will hold their 21st. Annual "Tee off For Kids" Golf Tournament Presented by Herndon Shell Good Marts/Checkers.
The Golf Tournament raises funds to provide services for child victims of abuse.
Lunch at 11 AM and Tee Time is at Noon.
The Helicopter Golf Ball Drop is sponsored by Verizon Wireless, will be at 11:30 am.
You could win up to $10,000!
For more information, contact Sherri Davis, CAC Special Events Coordinator at 334 671-1779 or visit the CAC website at www.southeastcac.org

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Mannheim Steamroller Christmas by Chip Davis

Date(s): 11/13/2015

November 13th – 8:00 PM

Dothan Civic Center
An event to benefit The Exchange Center

Reserved Tickets:
$100.00 VIP Floor Rows A – C;
$60.00 Floor Rows D – Q, Risers and Lower Balcony;
$30.00 Upper Balcony

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21st Tee Off for Kids Golf Tournament

Date(s): 9/17/2015

September 17th - Tee Off at Noon

Highland Oaks Golf Course - Dothan
Cost? = $125/player; 500/team; sponsorships available

21st Annual Tee Off for Kids golf tournement will be held Thursday, September 17th at Highland Oaks in Dothan. Registration will begin at 10:00, lunch served at 11:00, and tee time is noon. Tournament is a 4 person scramble format.

Helicopter Golf Ball Drop will happen prior to play at 11:30. A putting contest will be going on prior to play and special contests will happen during play. In addition, anyone can check out the silent auction items that will be available (Disney tickets, Wild Adventure Tickets, Auburn football, etc.)

The presenting sponsor this year is Herndon Shell Food Marts/Checkers. They have helped with the tournament in some way since the beginning. Funds raised through all tournament activities and sponsorship will be used to direcetly benefit local child victims of abuse through the CAC's multidisciplinary approach to abuse investigations.

In addition to the sponsorships available, the Helicopter Golf Ball Drop will take place at 11:30. By making a $100 donation, you receive a numbered ticket. A maximum of 250 numbered golf balls will be placed in a duffel bag and dropped out of a helicopter above a golf green. $10,000 awarded if your numbered ball goes in the hole; or closest ball gets $3,500 and second closest ball gets $1,500.
www.southeastcac.org / FB: Southeast Alabama Child Advocacy Center

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Herschel Walker- Impact on Education

Date(s): 9/22/2015

September 22, 2015 from 5:30-9:00 p.m.

Dothan Civic Center Dothan, AL
This will be the annual fundraising event for the Dothan Education Foundation. Your support is vital to the continued success of our organization. There are several ways to support the event which will be held at the Dothan Civic Center on Thursday, September 22nd at 5:30 p.m. Sponsorships, Tables (including dinner) and meet and greet tickets are available through the Dothan Education Foundation. Balcony seating will be available for purchase through the Dothan Civic Center. Ticket pricing and additional information regarding the event can be found on the DEF website at www.dothaneducationfoundation.org
Hayden Camp, DEF Communications Director
334-794-6585
www.dothaneducationfoundation.org

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