GULF SHORES, AL – The annual Christian Service Center volunteer meeting was on Jan. 18 and volunteers signed up to cook noodles and bring ice tea for the upcoming Spaghetti Dinner on Feb. 23 at the Gulf Shores United Methodist Church from 4:30-7 p.m. This event is an annual fundraiser for the Christian Service Center.
For a double dose of February goodness, register for the third annual I Pink I Can Run 4-miler that benefits the community as well as each participant’s health — with the added perk of a pink overload.
The event will be Feb. 27 and offers a unique twist: How often can you brag to your friends that you ran to the next state? Well, complete this run and brag away that you dashed (or walked) from Florida to Alabama and back.
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A non-profit community ministry that helps the hungry in Baldwin County every week had its special Christmas giveaway Tuesday.
Prodisee Pantry in Spanish Fort continues to help local families in need.
Dozens of volunteers with the faith-based, non-profit group spent Tuesday morning loading shopping carts full of food to give to struggling families.
When Fairhope resident Gaye Lindsey conceived the Poppies for Veterans project some eight months ago, she had no idea that it would have such far-reaching implications and touch so many lives in the community.
ORANGE BEACH, AL — For the second year members of The Church of God Worldwide Association meeting at the Orange Beach Events Center have made a substantial contribution to the Christian Service Center Food Bank.
Chris Sherrill, the executive chef at the Flora-Bama Yacht Club in Perdido Key, Fla., is returning to the Bessemer’s Bright Star restaurant to prepare a six-course Wild Game Beer Dinner with beer pairings from Birmingham’s Avondale Brewing Company.
The dinner takes places at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 28, and the cost is $100 per person, excluding tax and gratuity. For reservations call 205-424-9444 or go here.
FOLEY — Since its beginning in 1923, the Foley Woman’s Club has helped to support the library and other cultural, civil and philanthropic work in our community.
And they are continuing to make a difference 92 years later in organizations around our great town.
ORANGE BEACH, AL – The City of Orange Beach Relay for Life Team is gearing up for another bicycle scavenger hunt on the Backcountry Trail.
The first hunt in May was so much fun that participants asked for another one in the fall. Peddle to the Treasure For A Cure, Bicycle Scavenger Hunt is being hailed as a family friendly ride on the Back Country Trails of Orange Beach.
GULF SHORES – Celebrating cancer survivors and the ones who love them is a big part of the Alabama Gulf Coast Relay For Life planned for Saturday, Sept. 12 from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. at The Wharf in Orange Beach.
2 Angels Amongst Us is a non-profit charity that was started three years ago by Donna Slater and McElrath to honor their daughters, (pictured) Magen Nix and Robyn Kendall. Robyn and Magen were best friends all through Gulf Shores High School and were in their first year at Auburn University when they were killed in an auto accident. The unthinkable accident occurred 11 years ago.
ORANGE BEACH, AL (WALA) - You and your family are invited to participate in the The Reel Hope Classic Fishing Tournament. It’s the first year for the tournament that benefits patients treated at the Alabama Center for Childhood Cancer and Blood Disorders at Children’s of Alabama. Here’s more from organizers:
The inaugural Reel Hope Classic fishing tournament is set for August 28-29 at the Orange Beach Marina. Hosted by Mobile Big Game Fishing Club, the event benefits patients treated at the Alabama Center for Childhood Cancer and Blood Disorders at Children’s of Alabama.
Musician Melissa Joiner joined us on Studio10 this morning to perform her song “Bridges” and to talk about the ‘Songs that Save’ concert series, which is an event that has been created to help raise money for different charities in our community.
Make plans to join the inaugural “Reel Hope Classic” Fishing Tournament coming up at the end of August. The event benefits young cancer patients at Children’s Of Alabama. Here’s details on the event:
Fishing Tournament raises ‘ Reel Hope’ for pediatric cancer patients
Inaugural fishing tournament at Orange Beach Marina will benefit Children’s of Alabama
GULF SHORES, AL — Holy Spirit Thrift Shop recently donated $5,000 to Camp Happy Sands.
Camp Happy Sands is a free summer day camp supporting children of low income and disadvantaged families within the greater Pensacola area. Last year the camp served over 264 campers ranging from 6 to 11 years of age.
Hungry tourists and locals helped raised thousands of dollars during the 49th annual Coastal Cookout at the Orange Beach Community Center of bustling Canal Road in Orange Beach, Ala. on Saturday, June 13, 2015.
The barbecue event, which took place 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., raises money for the Orange Beach Fire Department and its many programs. Lt. Craig Stephenson of the Orange Beach Fire Department said he hoped to raise $20,000 on Saturday.
ORANGE BEACH, AL (WALA) – Come out and enjoy some good BBQ at “Cookout On The Coast”! It’s the annual fundraiser for the Orange Beach Volunteer Fire Department. The crew will be cooking up more than 45-hundred boston butts! Orange Beach Fire Marshall Craig Stephenson joined Studio10 to talk about the event:
GULF SHORES, AL – A benefit barbecue is planned for June 19 in GulfShores to help the family of Lt. Ron West of Gulf Shores Fire and Rescue.
West injured on May 9 in a tree-cutting accident and suffered spinal injuries. He is currently at the ShepherdCenter for spinal injuries in Atlanta where he has had a least one surgery. He was also operated on in Mobile before transferring to Atlanta.
Opportunities for sponsorship are still available for the 2015 Doc’s Hot Trot for ARC 5K Run/Walk presented by LuLu’s.
The annual fundraising event for the Association for Retarded Citizens of Baldwin County, conducted by the Robertsdale Rotary Club, through the Robertsdale Rotary Foundation, will be held Saturday, June 20 at LuLu’s in Gulf Shores. Last year’s event raised nearly $9,000 for ARC.
Decorated U.S. Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell, the man behind the Hollywood motion picture Lone Survivor starring Mark Wahlberg, and author of the New York Times best-selling book and of the same title, will be visiting the bay area as part of the Baldwin County Drug Court Foundation’s 6th Annual “Knowing You Can Make a Difference” fundraiser.
GULF SHORES, AL — We all want to help… If someone falls down, most of us would want to help him get up. When someone is hungry, most of us would want to give her food. If a child is cold, very few of us could turn away.
Most of us are good people trying to do the right thing to help others. The problem is that we don’t know how to help. We might like to contribute to a charitable organization, but which one? How can we invest our hard earned money to get the biggest bang for our bucks?
Nick Cannon, Kerry Washington, Denzel Washington, Jennifer Lopez and Mark Wahlberg all belong to an exclusive club which has ties here to south Alabama. All were members of The Boys and Girls Club.
All day volunteers with The Boys and Girls Clubs of South Alabama will be in our studio taking your phone calls. They hope to raise money for the local branches. There are several clubs here in Mobile County providing after school care for students. The locations also run summer programs. The Boys and Girls Club offers children a safe place after school where education, recreation, and art are all top priorities. Self-improvement programs are also important. Staff members implement programs which teach students character qualities, responsibility, teamwork, and the importance of making the right decisions in life.
ORANGE BEACH, AL — The City of Orange Beach – Relay for Life Team is gearing up for a completely new event for its fund raising efforts. The 1st Annual Peddle to the Treasure – For A Cure, Bicycle Scavenger Hunt is being hailed as a family friendly ride on the Back Country Trails of Orange Beach.
The sixth annual Perdido Key Wine & Art Festival will be at VillagioTownCenter (13700 Perdido Key Drive) on April 2-5.
The festival has been extended from its original two-day length to a four-day experience. Throughout the event, guests will have the chance to taste a variety of wines from different regions, including the U.S., Europe and South America.
GULF SHORES, AL — Students from Gulf Shores High School pitched their business ideas before a panel of investors to compete for funding at the Second Annual Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!) Investor Panel Presentation Event.
The students presented before representatives from the local business community as well as an audience filled with family, friends and members of the high school staff, for the opportunity to gain funding for their original ideas- that could be the next big thing.
ELBERTA, Ala. — The public is invited to enjoy a meal of famous German sausage & sauerkraut, entertainment for adults and children, and over 200 arts & crafts booths at the Elberta German Sausage Festival at Elberta Town Park on March 28.
GULF SHORES, AL — Holy Spirit Thrift Shop recently donated $3,000 to support Family Promise of Baldwin County.
Family Promise provides temporary shelter and case management services to help homeless families with children become self sufficient. One hundred percent of donations are used for families South Baldwin County communities.
Firefighters, cops and civilians came out for the annual Race to the top of the Tower Race at Turquoise Place in Orange Beach, Ala. on Friday night. The event draws first responders from Pensacola, Fla. to Gulf Shores, Ala. and beyond to raise money for the Special Olympics.
But not all in attendance were first responders. Charles Baranovich, 12, of Gulf Shores didn’t have a strategy to win but was ready in the lobby around 6 p.m. as he stretched. “Well, I don’t know what I’m going to do but I do know I’m just going to sprint as fast as I can.”
ORANGE BEACH, AL – The 21st Super Bowl Chili Cook Off was a big party and Saturday, Jan. 31, it might have been the biggest in the history of the event, organizers said. Lots of chili was eaten, beverages consumed, fun had and money raised for cancer research.
ORANGE BEACH, Ala. — Some of the teams will win ribbons and a bit of cash, but every single one will have a blast. Well, if any of the previous Super Bowl Chili Cook-Offs are any indication, a party will certainly erupt when the propane fires are lit underneath the variety of chili pots.