Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Tuscumbia's Nine Trees of Christmas

Again this year, the Tennessee Valley Art Museum is presenting the Nine Trees of Christmas. Located at 511 North Water Street, the museum is directly behind the Helen Keller Public Library.

Each of the nine trees depicts a different aspect of life in the Shoals, making the exhibit a new tradition for many area families. Admission is $5.00 for adults and $3.00 for children. The museum is open 9:00 a.m until 5:00 p.m., and the exhibit, which begins today, will continue through December 22.


Tina Parker, candidate for Colbert County District Judge, has asked us to remind our readers of her December 22nd fundraiser. Byron Marc Newsome if the featured guest; sports enthusiasts will recognize Byron as the nephew of former Alabama football star Ozzie Newsome. Those desiring to attend should call Miss Parker at 710-4724 by Friday in order to ensure a reservation.

Words of wisdom: If you're wealthy enough to run for state office, guys, you should have sufficient coin of the realm to have your hair dyed professionally. We have enough clowns in Montgomery already.