Why You Need a Will and a Basic Plan for Your Assets

By Rebecca WintersAttorney at LawRebecca Winters LawAccording to a recent survey conducted by Caring.com, over two-thirds of American adults do not have a will, or a basic plan for their assets in the event of their passing. Many Americans believe that estate planning, even in its most basic form, is for extremely wealthy, older individuals. … Continue reading Why You Need a Will and a Basic Plan for Your Assets

Fantasy Playhouse Children’s Theater and Academy Opens Fine Arts Preschool Program

Emily Rodrickemily.rodrick@fantasyplayhouse.com(256) 539-6829www.fantasyplayhouse.orgFantasy Playhouse Children’s Theater and Academy launches new Fine Arts Preschool Program in September helmed by new Preschool Coordinator Maegan McLaughlinHUNTSVILLE, Ala. (August 14, 2022)- This September, Fantasy Playhouse Children’s Theater & Academy (FPCTA) will expand its educational programming to include a new fine arts preschool pilot program. FPCTA’s Fine Arts Preschool Program will specialize … Continue reading Fantasy Playhouse Children’s Theater and Academy Opens Fine Arts Preschool Program

Every Child Should Swim Safely…..

By Ron HicksGeneral ManagerPool Scouts Of HuntsvilleThe summer is in full swing. We celebrated Independence Day with our family and friends. This is prime season for many families to enjoy their pools in more ways than one. We all know that relaxing by the pool to beat the summer heat is the best way to have … Continue reading Every Child Should Swim Safely…..

Travel is Back!

By Marianne WindhamWindham Travel and LeisureHappy Summer! In this month’s issue of South Huntsville Neighbors, I am pleased to recap the following:International Travel Is Back! We ALL celebrated the much anticipated news that the CDC ended the requirement to show a negative COVID-19 viral test before returning back to United States from international travels. Hip … Continue reading Travel is Back!

Detecting Early Warning Signs of ADHD in Children 

By: Taneia Surles, MPH, HAPPI HealthMost people expect young children to be full of energy burned off by playing with toys, having fun with friends, or other forms of physical activity. However, what happens when a child cannot focus at school after playtime? When a child cannot concentrate for an extended period or get tasks … Continue reading Detecting Early Warning Signs of ADHD in Children 

Rocket City Trash Pandas: Meet Director of Broadcasting Josh Caray

By Bob Druckman, Publisher South Huntsville Neighbors Josh Caray is the voice of the Rocket City Trash Pandas. He is a 16-year veteran of broadcasting. Before coming to the Trash Pandas, Josh was the football and basketball play-by-play broadcaster for Stony Brook University on Long Island. Josh is also the son of the late Skip … Continue reading Rocket City Trash Pandas: Meet Director of Broadcasting Josh Caray

“The Sky is Falling, the Sky is Falling”…No, it is not.

By Elisa FerrellSchool Board RepresentativeDistrict 3 My dad was a great storyteller and the best with bedtime stories. Whether he was making a story up as he went or reading my sisters and me a book, he had this steady, almost monotone voice that was reassuring, and sleep-inducing, the ultimate goal of the bedtime story. When dad … Continue reading “The Sky is Falling, the Sky is Falling”…No, it is not.

Earth Contact Products-The Very Best Solution for Your Foundation Problems

By Lee AllenAllied Foundation and Crawlspace SolutionsThe Causes of your Home’s Foundation SettlementEvaporation - Hot and dry conditions may cause soil to pull away from the foundation. Settlement due to this foundation moisture imbalance could cause cracks to appear throughout the structure.Transpiration - Tree roots could dehydrate the soil beneath the home causing soil shrinkage.Plumbing … Continue reading Earth Contact Products-The Very Best Solution for Your Foundation Problems

Jazz In The Park Returns

By Kenny AndersonDirector Office of Diversity, Equity & InclusionCity Of Huntsville Jazz in the Park- Huntsville (JITPH) has become one of the hottest summer concert series in Huntsville-Madison County. JITPH began as a collaboration between the City of Huntsville Office of Multicultural Affairs (now Diversity, Equity & Inclusion) and Magic City Smooth Jazz (MCSJ), a … Continue reading Jazz In The Park Returns

Parents….Be Involved

By Brandi LumleyPrincipalSaint Anne Catholic School As days are starting to get shorter and schools are opening their doors, it is important to make sure your students are ready for the new school year. Supplies have been bought, book bags are ready to go, and lunches packed, but how can parents/guardians help students ease back … Continue reading Parents….Be Involved