The 6th Annual “Kaiser Realty, Inc. Cycling the Coast for a Cure” is set for April 14th, 2012. Starting and finishing at Tacky Jack’s Grill & Tavern in Orange Beach, this family focused event is the company’s primary fundraiser for the American Cancer Society’s “Relay for Life”.
Archive for February 4th, 2012
Kaiser Realty, Inc. Announces Dates for 6th Annual “Cycling the Coast for a Cure” – Press Release – Digital JournalSaturday, February 4th, 2012
Just last week, a memo surfaced in the federal court case related to the Deepwater Horizon disaster that showed the company sought to keep from the public its estimates of how much oil might gush from the ruptured well. The estimates were far higher than the low-ball estimates it was floating to the public in the face of mounting outrage over what became the worst offshore spill in U.S. history.
Jack will be headlining the Hangout Music Fest in Gulf Shores, AL on May 18th, followed by another headline slot a week later at Sasquatch! May 26th at The Gorge Amphitheater in Quincy, WA. Tickets for Hangout go on sale February 10th at 10 am, while tickets to Sasquatch! go on sale on Saturday, February 11th at 10 am.
ORANGE BEACH, Ala. — Orange Beach Arts Center’s After School Arts Program (ASAP) will begin the fifth class term of the 2011-12 school year on Feb. 13. Term 5 lasts for six weeks, ending March 23.
ORANGE BEACH, Ala. — The Wisconsin Sno-bird Club met on Wednesday, Feb. 1, at the Orange Beach Community center at 8:30 a.m. for donuts and coffee followed by the meeting at 9 a.m. New members were introduced, announcements made and then a special talk from one of our WW II veterans.
BALDWIN COUNTY, Alabama — “You were just in that,” Steve Hust said as he looked at an 18-wheeler engulfed in flames just off of Interstate 65.
BAY MINETTE, Alabama — The Baldwin County School System will not reconfigure elementary and intermediate schools after hearing objections from parents, teachers and other residents, Alan Lee, superintendent of education, announced today.
ELBERTA, Alabama — Elementary and intermediate schools in five Baldwin County communities will not be changed to kindergarten through sixth or eighth grade institutions in an effort to reduce class sizes, education officials announced Friday.