Living Democracy

Living Democracy 2019

July 23, 2019
Group brings men of different faiths together
Group brings men of different faiths together

I was invited to join a Bible Study that meets every Wednesday at 6:30 a.m. by Tom Maddox, a member of the Church of Christ. This Bible study group is attended by a variety of members of the community, including factory workers and retired folks. The most unique thing is that they come from a variety of denominations, each with unique convictions on aspects of the Bible.

By Whitt Watts
July 16, 2019
Holderfield's hobby lights up the sky
Holderfield's hobby lights up the sky

Some people collect stamps in their free time. Others build model ships. Some people paint, read or watch TV. Mike Holderfield uses his free time to lob colorful explosives in the air.

By Jack West
July 15, 2019
Storyteller, musician draw crowd to Cricket Theatre
Storyteller, musician draw crowd to Cricket Theatre

Downtown Collinsville was packed Friday, July 12, with people all headed to the Cricket Theatre. About 80 people made their way to their seats to enjoy a 90-minute presentation from storyteller Dolores Hydock.

By Hannah White
June 27, 2019
Savage works tirelessly to preserve Washington County history
Savage works tirelessly to preserve Washington County history

Savage is a Leroy, Alabama, native whose involvement in history-related projects began several years ago when she joined the Washington County Museum Board. Savage then started her own research on African American history in the area.

By Melissa Dennis
July 15, 2019
Education program focuses on Native American history, culture
Education program focuses on Native American history, culture

The first thing I noticed on a visit to McIntosh Elementary was the striking poster of a Native American outside the classroom. For some reason, the poster captivated me. Looking back on it now, it seemed to greet me, and its presence foreshadowed the topic of conversation.

By Melissa Dennis

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