Lake G'ville Chamber of Commerce offering COVID-19 small business grants. Deadline to apply is Friday, May 29. Email for more info.

Church on the Lake to meet Sunday, May 24, at Marshall Baptist Camp, 10 a.m.

7th Annual Town of Douglas Yard Sale, Fri. & Sat., June 5-6. Rain out dates June 12-13. For more info, call Judy Dobbs at 256-840-1440 or Tony Simmons at 256-593-6825. 

Marshall County Courthouse open, face masks required.

May 25 last day for Guntersville City Council candidates to establish residency prior to the August 25 election. Qualifying runs July 7-21.

Donations for upkeep of Free Home Cemetery in Grant may be mailed to Free Home Cemetery Foundation, P.O. Box 442, Grant, AL 35747.

Donations needed for upkeep of Raney Cemetery, Langston area. Send to Raney Cemetery Fund, C/0 Bonnie Godwin, 474 Meltonsville Road, Guntersville, AL 35976. 

Lee Company reunion Saturday, June 6, at 11 a.m. at Catfish Cabin.

Cemetery Decoration at Forrest Home Methodist Church (off Hwy 168. West of Boaz). Sunday May 24.

TVA has re-opened access to the recreation areas at Guntersville Dam.

Marshall County Local Board of Emergency Food and Shelter Program taking applications from agencies to distribute the funds. May 26 deadline. For info,Contact Carrie Thomas, United Way of Marshall County, 709 Blount Avenue, Guntersville, AL 35976, or (256) 582-4700.

Marshall Medical reminds those wanting a COVID-19 test to contact their primary care physician, walk-in/urgent care clinic or utilize a drive-through fever/flu testing site rather than the emergency rooms.

County Commission's next scheduled meeting will be May 27 at 9 a.m. with a work session and the meeting to follow at 10 a.m.

Mountain Valley Arts Council new exhibit will be Eric Entrekin’s artwork from May 16 - June 19. Artist reception will be June 11 from 5 until 7 PM. Call 256-571-7199 as needed.

Guntersville Youth Cheerleading deadline to register May 30. $350 fee. Please contact Meagan Bradford at or 256-279-3605.

Class of 1970, Guntersville High School, 50th Class Reunion, postponed until Aug. 22. For reservations and information email

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