🌱 Epic School Grant + Aid for Rural Hospitals

Happy Monday neighbors! Hope you enjoy the lovely fall weather we had this weekend. I hope it will continue. So here are the most important things happening in town today. Some grants will go to great causes in the region. First of all, Epic School in Birmingham received a pretty impressive grant for its music program courtesy of Alabama Power. In addition, UAB received a grant that will help expand medical access to rural Alabama. Read on below and have a great day!


First of all, the weather forecast for the day:

Partly sunny and pleasant. High: 73 Low: 47.


Here are the best stories in Birmingham today:

  1. As I just said, Birmingham City Schools reported good news, as an Alabama Power grant will provide music stands for students at Epic School. (Birmingham weather)
  2. A Birmingham native and professor at Presbyterian College in South Carolina wrote a cool column remembering Birmingham’s old music scene. (AL.com)
  3. The Greater Birmingham Women’s Fund has grown into a statewide movement for Alabama women. (AL.com)
  4. UAB received a grant improve access to health care in rural Alabama, where hospitals have closed at an alarming rate in recent years. (Alabama News Center)
  5. The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office reported that a person was seriously injured in a head-on collision on Highway 79. (Birmingham Patch)

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Today in Birmingham:

  • Children will make a cute piece of pumpkin art by Mount Laurel Pumpkin Mini Canvas Art at the Mt Laurel Public Library. (10h)
  • Join Miss Tamara for story time at Irondale Public Library. (10h)
  • Check it out Online learning workshop where participants will learn how to create Canvas groups and set up group chats and group assignments. (11:00)
  • Film on green: Monster college (7 p.m.)
  • Are you a musician and would you like to test your creations live in front of an audience? To rejoin Birmingham Kiosk Open Mic Night at Nick. (7:00 p.m.)

Birmingham notebook

  • She is an advocate for Alabamiens affected by Down Syndrome. (StylePlan)
  • Woodlawn Street Market keep on going. (WVTM13)
  • Find out how you can join Alchemy Streetwear new racing team. (Bham now)
  • In case you missed it, let’s take a quick look back at some of the stories that made headlines last week on Room. (Birmingham crest)
  • Birmingham Zoo would like to thank our fantastic Chief Vet Technician, Bridget, during this year’s National Vet Technician Week! Bridget is a tremendous asset to the zoo with her knowledge and dedication. (Facebook)

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