By Lisa Philippart LPC, BCPCC, BC-TMH Is there such a thing as a “military personality”? And if so, do the personality traits and attributes of veterans and service members differ greatly from those of the average citizen? Personality is defined as the combination of characteristics or qualities that form an individual’s distinctive character. Other terms … Continue reading The Military Personality
(Huntsville, AL) - Fantasy Playhouse Children’s Theater & Academy is proud to present this theatrical retelling of E.B. White’s children’s book, Charlotte’s Web. For one weekend only, see this literary classic come to life on stage with a cast of 28 local actors, beautiful sets, costumes, and puppets! FPCTA offers five public performances October 14-16, with … Continue reading Fantasy Playhouse Children’s Theater & Academy Presents Charlotte’s Web
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…..
By Janice KernOwnerRelationally Yours, LLCHello everyone! My name is Janice Kern, and I am the owner of Relationally Yours, LLC. Relationally Yours focuses on meeting the emotional needs of Senior Citizens and their families. Sometimes, seniors may find themselves alone and lonely, in need of someone to spend time with them, take them places, and … Continue reading Helping Seniors Cope With Their Everyday Lives At Home
By Dr. Jennie RobinsonCity Council PresidentRepresentative District 3 We celebrate Veteran’s Day in November to honor those who defend our rights and our freedoms. My father served in the Army during WWII, the Korean conflict, and as an early advisor in Vietnam. When he passed away, my mother was presented with our country’s flag “on … Continue reading Honor Our Vets by Honoring Our Flag
"To me, Veterans Day is about freedom, reflection, and honoring those that make the sacrifice required to allow for my freedom."-- Chris Key, Huntsville Utilities Accounts Supervisor By COL (RET) John OlshefskiSenior VP of Customer CareHuntsville UtilitiesRecently, a friend and publisher of this awesome magazine – Bob Druckman, asked if I would share my thoughts … Continue reading Thoughts On Veterans Day From A Non-Veteran
By Brent and Sue BaileyOwnersDreamMaker Bath and KitchenHome is really where our hearts are, especially over the past 18 months. For this reason, home remodeling has become something most homeowners are looking into having done. There are a lot of do-it-yourself people who have the skillset to complete most of the tasks necessary during a … Continue reading The One Thing Every Remodel Needs – A Designer
Our 2021-22 Season begins with a return to our Drive-In Cabarets, as we present the Best of IMP, a look back at some of your favorite shows!Featuring songs from such favorites as Les Miserables, Secret Garden, RENT, Nunsense, and this summer’s hit, Newsies!Audio will be broadcast via FM radio. A rain date will be scheduled … Continue reading The Best of IMP – An IMPressive Evening
By Elisa A. Ferrell Board Representative | District 3 | Huntsville City Schools Have you ever had one of those situations where circumstances stack up and things keep going sideways? I have! About seven years ago I went to a conference and took my family with me. We were at Orange Beach. My kids unloaded … Continue reading What’s Next?
By Dale KuehlFinancial Advisor The past 12 months have been pretty challenging for everyone, in one way or another. If you’ve been affected economically by the COVID-19 pandemic, you’re looking forward to brighter days. You, like many others, may be asking yourself how you can bounce back from a financial setback. Here are four key … Continue reading FINANCIAL FOCUS: Getting back on track after financial setbacks