Terri Keller's beautiful "Crab" painting is just one of many art works to be seen at Last Friday Art Night at Dauphin Island Gallery
Among the beautiful paintings one might see at Last Friday Art Night, August 26, 6-8 p.m. is Terri Keller's "Crab." This monthly event is sponsored by Dauphin Island Heritage and Arts Council, 918 Bienville Boulevard on Dauphin Island.
Children grieve the loss of a loved one or friend differently than adults do, according to Gentiva Hospice. So Gentiva has developed "Camp I Believe," an overnight camp to help children aged 6-15 deal with their feelings and become empowered to cope with their loss.
The camp will be held September 12-13, 2015 at Camp Baldwin in Elberta, Alabama. Campers get to attend the camp free of charge through funding provided by Gentiva Hospice Foundation.
"Camp I Believe is a two-day camp where children can learn to express grief in a healthy, safe environment," said Camp Co-Director Summer Jacobs. "Our professional staff and trained volunteers include social workers, spiritual care coordinators, nurses, recreational therapists and bereavement specialists."
Campers will be encouraged to not only reflect, but to laugh and play again," Jacobs said. The beautiful grounds at Camp Baldwin allow children to heal through nature and a variety of fun activities, which include fishing, swimming, kayaking, canoeing, arts and crafts, field games and much more, she said.
Camp I Believe is currently seeking campers to participate in the camp. Also needed are donations and volunteers. For more information, visit www.gentiva.com/hospice/camps/. or call Gentiva Hospice at 251-621-2500, or email Kim Smith at Kimberly.Smith1@gentiva.com or Summer Jacobs at Summer.Jacobs@gentiva.com.
This Fall, the owners of Middleton Farm are offering two opportunities for school field trips. The first is one they've been been booking since 2013--a tour of the Middleton Dairy Farm where students are taught "How Milk Gets from MOO to You!" Children get hands-on educational instruction as they bottle-feed a calf, make real butter and participate in other activities that show what a working farm is like.
Cost of the Dairy Tour is $7 per student. To book a visit, call 251-709-2001. For more information, lesson plans and resources, visit www.middletownfarmtours.com.
Now, Middleton Farm is offering its first Pumpkin Patch Field Trip. Students may explore a real pumpkin patch and compare different pumpkin, corn and gourd varieties. The field trip includes a presentation on the life cycle of a pumpkin, a hayride through the Pumpkin Patch, a visit to the Country Store and a chance to meet some of Middleton Farm's favorite animal friends.
The Pumpkin Patch Field Trip is also $7 per student; however, to visit both the dairy farm and the pumpkin patch, the cost is $10 each. The contact information is the same as above.
There is a picnic area open to visitors for lunch, a large bus parking area and a playground.
Kerra Middleton said that the Pumpkin Patch is also going to be open to the public on Saturdays during October. Photo ops are available.
The Greater Mobile Bay Area Choral Society will begin its 18th concert season on Tuesday, August 25, with a pot-luck dinner social at 6:30 p.m. followed by rehearsal at 7:15 p.m. The events will be at Government Street Presbyterian Church, 300 Government Street. Interested singers should call Terry D. Maddox at 251-434-9325 or email email@example.com.
The Alzheimer's Association for Alabama and the Florida Panhandle invites the community to attend the BayBears-Montgomery Biscuits game at Hank Aaron Stadium on Friday, August 28 and "Paint the Park Purple" to benefit #ENDALZ. Jackie Woodward Barnett, chair of the event, said that half of all ticket sales purchased through the Alzheimer's Association will be donated to that organization. Contact Barnett at 251-660-4000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last Friday Art Night, sponsored by Dauphin Island Heritage & Arts Council, is August 28, 6-8 p.m. at DIHAC Gallery, 918 Bienville Boulevard on Dauphin Island. The featured artist this month is Dr. Joy Russell. Musical artist is Bruce Jones.
The Steady Pace 5K Run/Walk and 1-mile Kids' Fun Run is Saturday, August 29, 7:30 a.m.-noon at Lyons Park in midtown Mobile. Participants can register and get other information online at http://www.steadypace5k.com/. Additional events include a Health and Wellness Fair, a Post-Race Party and a Healthy Cooking Seminar.
Citizens for a Better Grand Bay Community Breakfast and Omelet Buffet is Saturday, August 29, 9 a.m. at the Grand Bay-St. Elmo Community Center, 11610 Highway 90 West. Coffee-and-Chat time is 8:30 a.m. A minimum donation of $5 toward CBGB community projects brings one of the best breakfast bargains in the County (and you don't have to be a Grand Bay resident to enjoy the down-home atmosphere of this gathering.) A CBGB Country Christmas meeting follows at 10 a.m. and a Friends of the Grand Bay Library meeting at 11 a.m.
"Bringing Back the Bayou: 10-year Hurricane Katrina Gathering" is Saturday, August 29, 11 a.m.-9 p.m. at Coastal Response Center, 7385 Highway 188 in Coden. A 30'X50' tent has been rented from the Boy Scouts so that visitors might take refuge from the heat. A full day of activities is planned, including a complimentary lunch, Kids' Corner with 2 bouncy houses lent by Polka Dot, music and much more (see story on 8/22/15 blog joannemcknight.com for details.) Contact Lori Bosarge, 251-206-9990 or email@example.com for more information.
SNAP (Special Needs Athletes' Program) bowling league begins Saturday, August 29, 9 a.m.-noon at Skyline Lanes, 4120 Government Boulevard. The cost to participate is $6 per bowler, present or absent. All teams--4 bowlers--must have at least one adult bowler and, in addition, one partner for each special needs athlete is required to participate in the Special Olympics tournament in October. Call 251-366-9978 or 228-990-2374 or email Joe Marshall at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
The Sons of the Desert, an international fraternal organization devoted to the lives and films of comedians Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy, will meet Sunday, August 30, 2:30 p.m. at Playhouse in the Park, 4851 Museum Drive across from Mobile Museum of Art in Langan Park. According to Sons Tent leader Richard Ward, the program will consist mostly of "Leave 'Em Laughing," a silent film that hasn't been shown to members before, and "Hog Wild" and "Helpmates," which Ward describes as "a couple of the boys' vintage talkie shorts that we have seen." There will be a few surprises thrown in, as well, he said.
The Semmes Heritage meeting will be Monday, August 31, 6 p.m. at 3871 Wulff Road in Semmes. Guest speaker will be John Kerr, who was active in establishing the Citronelle Railroad Museum. All those interested in preserving the history and heritage of the Semmes community are encouraged to attend the meeting. For information, call Jeanette Byrd, 251-649-1647.
United Way of Southwest Alabama will celebrate community heroes and kick off the 2015 United Way campaign on Tuesday, September 1, 9:30-10:30 a.m. at Via! on Dauphin Street. RSVPs are strongly encouraged by Tuesday, August 25; contact Elizabeth Maynard at 251-433-3624 or email@example.com.
Don't miss the 17th Annual Chef Challenge to benefit Bay Area Food Bank; the event is Thursday, September 3, 6-9 p.m. at Alabama Cruise Terminal, 201 Water Street, downtown Mobile. Tickets are $60 each and can be purchased at http://buytickets.at/bayareafoodbank/29768 (a complete listing of participating chefs is included in an 8/8/15 story on this blog, joannemcknight.com. Additional chefs will be added as they apply.)
Chefs, both professional and amateur, should begin thinking ahead to "Taste of the Bayou" on Saturday, September 26, 6-10 p.m. at Bayou La Batre Community Center. The Bayou Chamber of Commerce hosts this annual event, which pits talented teams against each other for the coveted Taste title with dishes prepared using local seafood. There are four categories of competition: General Seafood Dish--Restaurant; General Seafood Dish--Non-Restaurant; Gumbo or Dessert. For information on participating, contact Kelsey Lander at 251-824-4088 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Readers, start making plans to eat out in September and help Family Promise aid homeless families in the Mobile area. Local celebrities will be serving diners at several establishments to earn tips to benefit Family Promise. On Tuesday, September 8, 6-8 p.m., they'll serve you at Atlanta Bread Company; on Tuesday, September 22, 6-8 p.m., they'll be at The Bull and on Wednesday, September 30, 6-8 p.m., celebrity servers will be at the Hillcrest location of Heroes.
The Dauphin Island West End Beach movies August 27 and 28 are "Minions" and "The Avengers." Films will start at dark.
B.C. Rain High School football team will play their home games at Trimmier Park this year. A fundraiser has been launched to raise $15,000 for new team uniforms. Donations can be made at gofundme.com/zw2vqg.
The Senior Dance at Tillman's Corner Community Center, 5055 Carol Plantation Road, is Thursday, August 27, 7-10 p.m. Call Melvin Farmer, 251-675-4388, for information.
Seniors at Connie Hudson Mobile Regional Senior Community Center, 3201 Hillcrest Road, will celebrate August birthdays on Friday, August 28 at noon. Center director, Ashley-Nicole Flowers has so many senior activities planned one might never lack for something to do--fitness classes, table games, painting, writing, quilting, knitting, crochet, Bible study, languages, health checks, even an AARP Defensive Driving class and a Roaring Twenties Party. For a calendar of events, call 251-602-4963.
The Semmes Senior Center, 9635 Moffett Road, also offers an abundance of classes, lunches and special events. Every other Monday, the Center has a nice lunch for $6 per person; this requires reservations by the Friday before. The Center also brings in Master Gardeners and Home Depot representatives for sessions; Mayor Judy Hale shares lunch with seniors about once a month. In addition, the Center also features an artist; the works of JoAnne Cagle will be on display during September and October.
One thing that makes Semmes Senior Center truly unique is the facility itself. Activities take place in and at the historic Blackwell-Batson Estate, lending a particularly home-like ambiance to the place. The house was built in the early 1950s by Owen and Vivian Blackwell of the Blackwell Nursery family, and is a tangible and very beautiful reminder of the significance of Semmes as "the Nursery Capital of the South."
Terry Dixon, Program Director at Semmes Senior Center, said that a blood drive is scheduled there on Monday, August 24, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. For information on the Center, call 251-649-2010.
In the Great News/Good Job Department:
Congratulations to the winners of the Mobile Area Water & Sewer System's "Fun with Water" Watercolor Contest and a Thank You to MAWSS for sponsoring this annual event. Winners, according to Barbara Shaw, MAWSS, were Daltrey LeGros, K-2, Council Traditional School; Benjamin Cumpton, 3rd-5th grade, Knollwood Christian School; Alli Leslie, 6th-8th grade winner, Dunbar Magnet School; Jordyn McLaney, 9th-12th grade, Theodore High School. Noelle Sherer, overall winner, is a student at Dunbar Magnet School.
Another big success in the art world was that of Marc-Art 2015. Held this year at Azalea Manor downtown on Dauphin Street, the event, said Chair Amy Odom, "had a terrific turn out. Everything went really well, and we had a lot of positive feedback about the new venue."
Kudos to the Mary G. Montgomery High School Leadership students whose fundraising efforts brought clean water wells to two communities--507 people--in Tanzania. Way to go!
United Way of Southwest Alabama 2015 campaign kick-off is Tuesday, September 1 at Via! Health, Fitness & Enrichment Center
The United Way of Southwest Alabama will be celebrating community heroes and kicking off the 2015 UWSWA campaign on Tuesday, September 1, 9:30-10:30 a.m. Location for the event is Via! Health, Fitness and Enrichment Center, 1717 Dauphin Street, Mobile.
While attendance is open to the public, RSVPs by Tuesday, August 25 are strongly encouraged. For notice of attendance, contact Elizabeth Maynard, 251-433-3624 or email@example.com.
Congratulations to the Leadership students of Mary G. Montgomery High School, whose humane and effective efforts have provided clean water wells in two communities in Tanzania.
In the Fall of 2013, these students raised $6,029 for charity: water (http://www.charitywater.org/), a non-profit organization that provides clean and safe drinking water to people in developing nations. Students recently received word that two wells are finished and are supplying clean water to 507 people in the Kigina 1 Community and the Runazi 1 Community in Tanzania.
"Bringing Back the Bayou: A 10-Year Hurricane Katrina Gathering" is planned for Saturday, August 29, 11 a.m.-9 p.m. at the Coastal Response Center, 7385 Highway 188 in Coden, Alabama.
The community is invited to enjoy a complimentary lunch (11 a.m.-1 p.m.), music by the Juke Box Band (1-3 p.m.), a movie presentation of "In the Path of the Storm" (3:15 p.m.) and, from 5-9 p.m., Karaoke with DJ Geronimo. There'll be a Kids' Corner with fun things for the children, including 2 bouncy houses lent by Polka Dot. And from noon until 1 p.m., there will be Storytelling--a time to share stories and photos, concerns and hopes for bringing back the Bayou. A 30'X50' tent has been rented from the Boy Scouts to provide shelter against the sun for those attending.
This day of fun and shared memories is sponsored by South Bay Communities Alliance in partnership with Gulf South Rising: www.gulfsouthrising.org.
Lori Bosarge, president of SBCA, noted that after considerable adversity affecting the Gulf Coast, "We are still here after Hurricane Katrina and the BP Disaster" (oil spill.) "Our communities across the Coast have suffered massive losses, from the seafood industries to chronic health issues," Bosarge said.
But, she continued, "This is our heritage, our home, and where our children and grandchildren deserve a safe and healthy environment, excellent educational opportunities and economic stability . . . All of us matter. Everyone is important, has a talent, a purpose and something to share . . . Together, anything is possible!"
For more information, contact Bosarge at 251-206-9990 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteer Jeanette Byrd prepares Semmes School for a class of children on a field trip in the"living museum"
"School marm" Jeanette Byrd sweeps the 1902 historic Semmes School in preparation for a class of students on a field trip. Byrd is a volunteer with Alumni and Friends of Semmes School, Inc. and is often on hand to greet children as they unload from the bus at Semmes Heritage Park for a good old-fashioned day of school
The Steady Pace 5K Run/Walk and 1-Mile Kids' Fun Run is scheduled for Saturday, August 29, 7:30 a.m.-noon at Lyons Park on Springhill Avenue in midtown Mobile. Organizers say that the family-friendly Steady Pace 5K Run/Walk is the first of its kind designed specifically to promote awareness of the effects of childhood and adult obesity within the Mobile community.
Registration form and details are online at http://www.steadypace5k.com/; other events include a Post-Race Party, Health and Wellness Fair and a Healthy Cooking Seminar. Beneficiaries are local anti-obesity programs.
When students take a field trip to the historic Semmes School, they get a taste of what the "good old days" of the early 1900s were really like--doing chores before going to school, bringing lunches from home, writing lessons on a slate. The 1902 Semmes School is a white, wood-frame, one-room structure sitting on its original location at 3871 Wulff Road and is the oldest continuously operating school in the state.
Volunteers from Alumni and Friends of Semmes School, Inc., dressed as turn-of-the-century school marms, offer children an opportunity to attend school as their 20th century ancestors might have. When the big iron school bell rings, students enter the well-kept schoolhouse for lessons in reading, writing and arithmatic, studying quietly, two to a desk.
Their day lasts from 9 a.m. until noon, so they bring their own sack lunches from home and, if the weather is good, eat their sandwiches at tables under the sprawling live oak trees. Recess follows, and children can enjoy swinging, playing tag or riding the see-saw. If they get thirsty, there's a hand pump for fresh water.
They may visit the log cabin on the premises--a history lesson in itself with period furnishings and accessories. And they check out the outdoor toilet--just look at it, not use it.
School is not all memorizing times tables and practicing cursive writing: There's a time for music, story-telling and perhaps a demonstration in grinding corn in the grist mill to make biddy feed, grits and corn meal. On cold days, volunteers may have a fire going in the wood-burning stove, and if students are really lucky, there might be a big pot of soup simmering on the burner.
Before traveling back to their modern-day classrooms, students will visit Malone Chapel, a replica of the first Baptist church in Semmes. And they'll have time to make a toy of a sort that entertained their great-great-great grandparents as children: a spinner-button zoo-zoo toy for the boys and a corn shuck doll for the girls.
Field trips (and tours for adults) are by appointment, $2 donation for each person in attendance. Call 251-649-0270 to arrange a field trip or tour. For additional information, visit www.semmesheritagepark.com or call Jeanette Byrd, 649-1647.
On August 7, during a ceremony at Colonial Mall BelAir, Mobile Area Water & Sewer System (MAWSS) recognized the winners of the 2015 “Fun with Water” Watercolor Contest. "The annual contest encourages students to tap into their artistic side and depict the role that clean water plays in their daily lives," said Barbara Shaw, Public Affairs Manager, MAWSS.
Pictured above, from left, are Benjamin Cumpton, 3rd-5th grade winner, Knollwood Christian School; MAWSS Chair Sheri Weber; Noelle Sherer, overall winner, Dunbar Magnet School; Alli Leslie, 6th-8th grade winner, Dunbar Magnet School; MAWSS mascot Willie Water; Daltrey LeGros, K-2 winner, Council Traditional School; Director Charles Hyland and Jordyn McLaney, 9th-12th grade winner, Theodore High School.
The winners received gift certificates to their favorite Bel Air Mall store. In addition, the grand prize winner’s school also received a gift certificate. The winning artwork will hang in MAWSS Payment Center and can also be viewed at www.mawss.com, Shaw said.
The Alzheimer's Association: Alabama/Florida Panhandle has announced the first major fundraiser for the "Mobile Walk to End Alzheimer's" on Friday, August 28, 7:05 p.m.
Participants are invited to Hank Aaron Stadium, 755 Bolling Brothers Boulevard in Mobile to "Paint the Park Purple."
Jackie Woodward Barnett, chair of the event, said that the BayBears will be playing the Montgomery Biscuits that night, and that half of the $10 ticket sales purchased through the Alzheimer's Association will be donated toward helping end Alzheimer's.
For additional information, call Jackie Barnett, 251-660-4000 or email email@example.com.
The Tillman's Corner Lions Club met Tuesday, August 18 with special guest Dora Hartsock, Lions District Governor, as speaker. Hartsock told members and guests that the Lions theme in 2015 is "Dignity. Harmony. Humanity," and discussed the 4 areas of Lions International concentration--Youth, Sight, Environment and Hunger.
Hartsock also installed the following members in their respective offices for the coming year: Marion Farnell, president; Carolyn Cain, secretary; Sharon Murrill, treasurer; Tina Poiroux, 1-year director and Billy Bolton and Brian Gregg, 2-year directors.
The Tillman's Corner Lions Club meets at noon on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month. All men and women interested in serving their community are encouraged to attend a meeting at Tillman's Corner Community Center, 5055 Carol Plantation Road or contact Lion Ron Mitchell, 251-591-6872 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, for more information.
Alabama Tourism Authority is celebrating The Year of Alabama BBQ in 2015; Alabama Pecan Festival will carry the theme
Alabama Tourism Authority is celebrating The Year of Alabama BBQ in 2015, and that theme will be carried at this year's Alabama Pecan Festival November 6-8. Executive director of the Pecan Festival, Billy Bolton, made the announcement at the August 18 meeting of Tillman's Corner Lions Club. Pictured from left are TC Lions president, Marion Farnell; Club secretary Carolyn Cain; Lions District Governor Dora Hartsock; TC Lions treasurer, Sharon Murrill and Billy Bolton. Tillman's Corner Lions Club meets at noon on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month at Tillman's Corner Community Center; visitors are welcome.
On Monday, August 24 and Wednesday, August 26, 6:30-8 p.m., Playhouse in the Park is holding auditions for both the fall and winter productions.
"Edgar Allen Poe" auditions are open to ages 13 to mid-twenties. The show runs the last two weekends in October. "A Christmas Carol" auditions are for ages 6 through mid-twenties and runs in early December.
Presentations of School Day performances of "Edgar Allen Poe" will be at the Playhouse, 4851 Museum Drive, Mobile, on October 22, 23, 29 and 30 at 9 a.m., 10:15 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Student tickets are $8; teachers are admitted free. To make reservations for a class, call the Playhouse at 251-422-0079.
Public shows, also at the Playhouse, will be on October 23, 24, 30 and 31. All public shows are at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 for adults and $12 for students and seniors. Call 251-602-0630 for reservations.
This dramatic compilation of Poe favorites, adapted for the stage by Playhouse alumni Johnathan Olensky, is sure to entertain ages 13 and older with humor and horror.
The Playhouse will present its original musical, "A Christmas Carol," at the Saenger Theatre in downtown Mobile at 6 Joachim Street.
All ages will enjoy this magical show set in Victorian-age England during the Christmas season. The production is filled with music, dancing and colorful characters, such as Ebenezer Scrooge, Jacob Marley, Tiny Tim, the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future; and the fun-loving Fezziwigs.
With a gorgeous set, period costumes, beautiful music and stupendous young actors and dancers, audiences will be delighted with this Christmas performance. A cast of 100 local youth from ages 6 and up will fill the stage at the glorious Saenger Theatre for one public showing and four school-day shows.
Group School Show performance dates for grades 1-12 are Tuesday and Wednesday, December 8 and 9 at the Saenger Theatre in downtown Mobile. There are two shows each day at 9 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. Tickets for students are $8 and teachers are admitted free. Call 251-422-0079 for School Show reservations.
There will be one public show at the Saenger on Wednesday, December 9 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $20 for adults and $15 for students and seniors. Call 251-602-0630 in early November for reservations.
For further information on upcoming performances as well as acting and music, visit www.playhouseinthepark.org. The Playhouse-in-the-Park has trained young people in theatre arts since 1961. Donations of any amount are greatly appreciated to help provide the highest quality of instruction and performances for the youth of our area. The mailing address is Playhouse-in-the-Park, P.O. Box 8145, Mobile, Alabama 36689. The Playhouse-in-the-Park is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Ray Mayhall, left, is chair of the inaugural Real Men Wear Pink campaign; Alex Arendall represents ServisFirst Bank
From left are Kathy O'Neill, Marlene Rahtle and Gloria Wheeler of American Cancer Society at the Real Men Wear Pink Campaign kick-off August 13
Real Men Wear Pink: South Alabama Men join Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Campaign to raise awareness and funds
On Thursday, August 13, American Cancer Society's Making Strides Against Breast Cancer announced its inaugural "Real Men Wear Pink" campaign to support the fight against breast cancer. In an afternoon meeting at The Pillars of Mobile, twenty-five prominent south Alabama men, all wearing pink ties and lapel pins, agreed to wear pink throughout October and to raise at least $2,500 to help the American Cancer Society save more lives.
Led by Chair Ray Mayhall, the Men Wearing Pink included Shane Adams, Trax Tires; Alex Arendall, ServisFirst Bank; Dr. Bobby Brown, Brown & McCool Gynecology; Ty Bullard, Automobile Dealer--Bullard Automotive Group; Mark Bunting, WKRG NEWS 5; Jerry Carl, Mobile County Commissioner; Peter D'Olive, Felder Services LLC; Tyrone Fenderson, Commonwealth National Bank; Chad Fincher, Mobile Area Association of Realtors; John Gage, Hancock Bank; Bill Goodloe, Lyon Fry Cadden; Jay Ison, Thames Batre Mattei Beville & Ison; Dan Mason, I Heart Radio; Christopher Mayhall, Servpro of South Mobile; Kenny McLaughlin, Winn Dixie; Dr. Michael Meshad, Southern Cancer Center; Harris Morrissette, China Doll Rice & Beans,Inc.; Mark Nix, Infirmary Health; Jay O'Brien, J L O'Brien Associates Inc.; Sydney Raine, Mobile Works; Bill Seifert; Tony Stringer, Walmart; Bill Tunnell USS Battleship Memorial Park; Troy Wilson, Bellator Real Estate & Development and Laine Wooden, Alfa Insurance.
According to the American Cancer Society "Cancer Facts & Figures 2015," an estimated 231,840 women in the U.S. will be diagnosed with breast cancer and approximately 40,290 will die from the disease this year. In Alabama, 3,680 women will be diagnosed and 680 will die from the disease. Breast cancer is the second-leading cause of cancer death in women, and is the second most common cancer diagnosed in women, other than skin cancer. Incidentally, 2,350 men will be diagnosed with the disease this year.
Terri Hudson, ACS Making Strides Against Cancer chair, said that the event will be held in Bienville Square on October 31. Twenty-five thousand participants in the Making Strides campaign raised $365,000 last year.
"Our community can make a huge impact in the fight against breast cancer," Hudson said. "We are grateful to our inaugural Real Men participants for lending their voices to our cause and for fighting for everyone touched by breast cancer."
Visit www.makingstrideswalk.org/realmensouthal for information about Real Men Wear Pink
Chad Fincher, Mobile Association of Realtors and Troy Wilson, Bellator Real Estate are part of the Real Men Wear Pink team