Lite 96.9 WRSA-FM is participating in the Alabama Broadcasters Virtual Job Fair May 20-24. If you think the only job at a radio station is in front of a microphone, you're missing some great opportunities! Lite 96.9 accepts applications in many areas, including advertising sales, promotions, business administration and engineering. Minorities and women are strongly encouraged to visit and apply. You may apply for positions by visiting www.broadcastersvirtualjobfair.com.
Saturdays, from June 1 through September, you'll find fresh fruit and veggies at the Bailey Cove Farmer's Market at St. Thomas Episcopal Church, located at 12200 Bailey Cove Road in Huntsville. The market will be open from 8am until 12 noon.
The sight of whirling, fluttering, swooping butterflies in a kaleidoscope of colors is nothing short of magic at the Purdy Butterfly House at the Huntsville Botanical Garden. Along with the butterflies, be on the lookout for turtles sunning themselves in the pond or digging in the dirt. There's lots to see at the Garden, so make plans for your trip today!
The Greatest Walk on Earth, The Walk to Cure Diabetes, will be held September 15, registration at 1pm and the walk begins at 2pm on the Dynetics Campus in Cummings Research Park in Huntsville. For information or to register, click the graphic above or call (256) 794-1970.
May - Motorcycle Awareness
During the month of May, the Alabama Department of Transportation along with state agencies, motorcycle clubs, businesses, safety groups and local law enforcement are reminding drivers and riders that motorcycle safety is a shared responsibility. Speeding, misjudging stopping distance, following too closely and failure to yield right-of-way are the leading cause of motorcycle crashes. Pay attention to intersections, blind spots, obey all traffic laws, avoid distractions and riding/driving unimpaired. Look Twice, Save a Life!!
The City of Guntersville is accepting applications for sellers for the 2013 Farmer's Market, which will open April 23. The Market will be open Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday through October 31. Applications are available at the Guntersville Rec Center main office at 1500 Sunset Drive. A current grower's permit or city business license must accompany the application. Space is limited and priority given to applications received by April 15.
NWS PEACE Program, a non-profit and Department of State approved program is seeking caring families in the area to host high school age international exchange students between the ages of 15 & 18. If you are interested in finding out more on how you can help, call 1-866-846-3977 or visit the website at www.nw-services.com.