Guntersville native Tiffany Moore of Anniston was recently inducted into the College of Education and Professional Studies Hall of Fame at Jacksonville State University.
Ms. Moore is a 2002 graduate of Jacksonville State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Family and Consumer Science with a concentration in Dietetics.
In 1969, Jacksonville State University started a Teacher Hall of Fame to honor and to recognize the classroom teachers at the public schools in the State of Alabama. No preference was given to nominees who may have attended Jacksonville State University. They must have kept exemplary standards of behavior and ethics, showed leadership, been enthusiastic about teaching, showed competency in subject matter, collaborated well with colleagues and administrators, and constantly looked to encourage, inspire, and motivate students toward greater accomplishment. In 2019, the JSU Teacher Hall of Fame was replaced by the Education Alumni Hall of Fame to honor Jacksonville State University graduates in all program areas offered by the College of Education and Professional Studies.
Ms. Moore, the daughter of late Bobby and Mabel Moore of Guntersville, is a 1996 graduate of Guntersville High School. After graduation from Jacksonville State University, Moore began work with the Alabama Cooperative Extension System as Nutrition Education Agent in Calhoun County in 2003. She served in that position for one year and then served as County Extension Agent for 4-H and Youth Development for 8 years. In 2011, Ms. Moore transferred to the Randolph County Extension Office in Wedowee as County Extension Coordinator. She holds a Master of Science in Continuing Education in Counseling and Psychology from the University of West Alabama and is currently completing an Educational Specialist degree in Adult Education from Auburn University. She is active in Alabama Association of 4-H Extension Agents and a member for the Junior League of Anniston-Calhoun where she serves as Vice-President of Membership.
Jimmy Lee Griffin of Guntersville will be inducted into the Marshall County Hall of Fame on June 2, 2023 at Lake Guntersville State Park. The event begins at 7 p.m. Tickets are $50 and must be purchased by mailing a check to Frank Mastin, Post Office Box 1035, Boaz, AL 35957. No tickets will be sold at the door.
The St. Minor Primitive Baptist Church Clothing Pantry is open every other Monday from 12-5. All are welcome, and all items are free.
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