Monthly Archives: April 2014

Prayer meeting packs north Huntsville church, but did prayers mend rift over school rezoning?

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama — An overflow crowd filled First Missionary Baptist Church Wednesday night to pray for peace and equality in Huntsville’s schools. But did the prayers help mend the rift between the city’s black leaders and its school officials? No, … Continue reading

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Position Paper

Position Paper We agree with the United States Department of Justice that the students of Northwest Huntsville deserve fair and equitable treatment in respect to all of their relationships with Huntsville City Schools System. These students deserve equity in: Curriculum … Continue reading

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Re-zoning meeting full of prayers, passionate speech

HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) – A coalition of Huntsville ministers is injecting itself into the court battle between the US Department of Justice and the Huntsville school system over the system’s new student assignment plan. Church leaders turn up criticism of … Continue reading

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Deadline Extended – Applications for Adventures at AMCOM 2014 (UNCLASSIFIED)

AMCOM Team, The deadline for submission of applications has been extended until this Friday, 25 April 2014. Great summer opportunity for one week (14-18 July) for rising 9th – 12th grade students. See details attached. If you have any questions, … Continue reading

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ANNIVERSARIES

Melvin L. and Linda F. White of Huntsville, Alabama, Celebrated their 50th wed­ding anniversary on Wednes­day , March 26,2014. The couple were married on March 26, 1964. They have four children, Monica White Battle (Ralph) of Huntsville, Marcus L. White, … Continue reading

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