Friday, August 2, 2013

Barnard Not Paid? HOF to Huntsville?

We're not sure if anything can save the beleaguered Alabama Music Hall of Fame. Everyone has ideas, but no one has any money. It seems Director Wiley Barnard certainly didn't have any money.

Barnard stated in a TimesDaily interview that “It’s hard to do a job with no budget, let alone not being paid consistently.”


If the HOF is to survive, it may have to pack up its exhibits and relocate, that is if it can legally do so. A great article in the Quad-Cities Daily mentioned Huntsville as one of two areas currently courting the facility. The second area is Baldwin County on the Gulf Coast:


From Colbert Heights Volunteer Fire Department:

Our monthly BBQ fundraiser will be Saturday August the 10th from 4-7pm at First Baptist Church of Colbert Heights located at 6000 Woodmont Drive. We will have Spring Valley market catering our dinner, we will have BBQ ribs, chicken and pulled pork plates, all plates come with potato salad, baked beans, bread and tea. The cost is $8.00 per plate dine in or carry out. All proceeds go to the monthly operating cost of your ALL VOLUNTEER department.


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