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Camp-O-Ween

Courtesy of Oak Mountain State Park.

Oak Mountain State Park is hosting their second Camp-O-Ween event Oct. 27, 6-10 p.m. more

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Photo by Jon Anderson

The post office at 1900 Corporate Drive has been designated the Lance Corporal Thomas E. Rivers Post Office Building. more

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Thomas Rivers

Photo courtesy of Tom and Charon Rivers

The facility next week will be dedicated as the Lance Corporal Thomas E. Rivers Post Office Building. more

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Photo by Billie and Mike Holleman

280 Living would like to thank all of the community members who participated in this year’s contest. more

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Her platform, “Raise Your Voice for Children,” addresses impoverished children and their family’s needs. more

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Submitted by David Nowak, Narrows HOA

It was a busy summer for neighbors in the Narrows. The homeowners association planned a number of events for residents to enjoy. more

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Submitted by Renee Fenn

The retreat provided a safe environment for all to address and confront fears. more

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Photo courtesy of Asbury United Methodist Church

All proceeds will go towards the church’s children's ministry. more

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Photo by Erica Techo

The Arm-in-Arm Walk, benefiting the Southeastern Blind Rehabilitation Center (SBRC) Alumni Association, will return to Veterans Park on Sept. 29 for its second year. more

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Photo courtesy of Bundles of Hope Diaper Bank

This year, Bundles of Hope has raised their goal from 150,000 diapers collected last year to 200,000. more

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Photo courtesy of Jill Bensinger

The school will be hosting its annual Renaissance Faire and silent auction, 5:30-8 p.m., on Sept. 28. more

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Photo courtesy of Lifeline Children’s Services

All proceeds from the run will benefit Lifeline Children’s Services (un)adopted ministry. more

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Photo courtesy of Oak Mountain Missions Ministries

All funds from the event will benefit individuals and families in the Birmingham area who need financial assistance through Oak Mountain Missions Ministries. more

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Photo by Sarah Finnegan

The organization also offers programs dealing with the loss of siblings, parents, children or grandparents at other locations throughout Birmingham. more

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Photo by Layton Dudley

Some of the vendors include Bellini’s, Revolve Kitchen and Brew, Joe’s Italian, Newk’s, K&J’s Elegant Pastries, Simply Infused and Chick-Fil-A Greystone. more

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As CEO and president, Pfefferkorn said he doesn’t want to make any big changes to the zoo but rather focus on completing the new front entrance and completing the Asian Passage. more

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Thomas’ participation in the Leadville Race Series in August was a chance to prove that taste for competition could outweigh an extreme physical challenge. more

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To prepare for the Miss America competition, Walker said she will continue to work out and practice a healthy lifestyle. more

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Falconry is regulated by state and federal guidelines, and those interested in the sport must apprentice with an experienced falconer before being able to practice independently. more

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Photo by Sydney Cromwell

Oak Mountain High School junior Rebecca Zaharko is part of the Magic City Theatre on Ice team that recently won the national championships. more

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280 Living September 2018