The Haleyville City Council met Monday with Jonathan Bennett and Blue Russell absent. After approving the minutes from the last meeting on May 20, the Council heard a report on the success of the 9-1-1 weekend from Jade Bice of the Haleyville Chamber of Commerce. Jade said the Friday night concert and Saturday festivities were a huge success. From the antique car show. the corn hole contest, the children’s playground (manned by HES personnel) the parade and the many vendors coupled with a great weather day made it a perfect weekend event.
Mayor Sunseri announced the hiring of the following as Volunteer Firemen at the rate of $17.83 per call. Branden Roberts, Cameron Miller, Kyle Doss, Ethan McBroom, and Blane Godsey.
Preceding the 9-1-1 weekend, the Haleyville Area Chamber of Commerce hosted an awards dinner Thursday evening with plaques presented to several individuals for their work as a 9-1-1 Responders by Aubrey Haynes and Mike Evans for the Chamber. Photos of the recipients follow with a click: Continue reading
One hundred and six Haleyville High School Seniors participated in the 110th Annual Commencement Exercises Friday night on the Bubba Scott Field.
Joana Hernandez Castro, Valedictorian
Drake Stoddard Robertson, Salutatorian
Don’t forget to get your tickets to this year’s HHS Alumni Luncheon
The parade begins at 10:00 AM – line up at 9:30 AM
Luncheon immediately AFTER the parade
Haleyville Elementary Cafetorium
The menu is Bar B.Q. and all of the trimmings!
Get your tickets to this year’s HHS Alumni Luncheon early!
Tickets are $15 and may be purchased at Traders and Farmers Bank – downtown location only or call the bank and place your ticket order to be picked up the day of the luncheon at the “will call” table.
Phone number for Traders and Farmers is 205-486-5263
When you post on HBTV and do not leave contact information, your item will be removed.
The first order of business at the HCS BOE meeting Tuesday was the election of Donna Jones as President and Chad Tidwell as Vice President of the Board. Both will assume their new positions at the next Board meeting in June. Shown above is the Superintendent of Education Dr. Holly Sutherland, Chad Tidwell, Donna Jones, and Barry Burleson, outgoing President.
The Board approved five general administration items including the board expenditures for April in the amount of $1,314,522.22. Two use of facilities, nine field trips, and three fundraisers were approved. There were 25 personnel changes made which included tenure for Suzanne Caldwell, Andrew Crisp, and Lauren Willis.
Mrs. Sandra Manasco was recognized by the Board for her years of dedicated service as a teacher and as a Board member. The Service With Pride Awards were presented in her honor.
HALEYVILLE STREET & SANITATION WILL BE CLOSED FOR MEMORIAL DAY MONDAY MAY 27TH. MONDAYS ROUTE WILL BE PICKED UP ON TUESDAY 28TH