Photo Fun

“Finley Center Celebration”

      

The Hoover City Council is seen here with Mrs. Diane Finley, wife of Coach Bob Finley, at the grand opening and ribbon cutting of the new Finley Center named after the longtime head coach at Hoover’s W. A. Berry High School. The council presented Mrs. Finley with a proclamation honoring Coach Finley who “taught his students as much about integrity as he did football and basketball.”  The 155,000 square foot indoor events center includes 11 regulation size basketball courts, 17 regulation size volleyball courts, walking track, meeting and banquet space, trade show space and more. The Greater Birmingham Convention and Visitors Bureau has estimated this facility will bring an economic impact for the City of Hoover of between $27 million and $33 million yearly.

“Healthy Hearts for Horizons”

Birmingham’s Horizons School recently celebrated its 25th Anniversary with a fundraising cooking competition among students. The school provides a community-based educational program promoting successful transition to independent living for young adults with learning disabilities, autism spectrum and developmental disorders. Students took what they learned about healthy cooking this year and shared it at the school’s Healthy Hearts for Horizons event at Jefferson State Community College- Shelby Campus that included dinner and a live auction. Guests watched students preparing appetizers for the reception through the glass-enclosed windows around the kitchens! Learn more at www.horizonsschool.org.

“King & Queen”

Lynley Frieze and Austin Lewis were crowned Prom King & Queen at “PreemiePROMises,” a reunion event hosted by St. Vincent’s Birmingham for its neonatal intensive care unit graduates and their families. Attendees enjoyed ‘prom-style’ music, dancing and food. Proceeds from ticket sales and a silent auction benefited St. Vincent’s Birmingham NICU.

 

“Respect for Old Glory”

American Heritage Girl Mary Catherine Stephens respectfully retires a flag during the flag retirement ceremony held by the members of the Msgr. Frank J. Wade Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus Assembly at Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Church in Homewood. The group collected more than 50 frayed and faded flags from the community.

 

 

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