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Shirley Holland retired from her job as coordinator of Marshall Medical Center’s GoldCare 55+ program. But she has not retired from her other job as CASA director and she is planning new programs that will require additional volunteers.

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Putting away the Christmas decorations sure does make the house look bare. I’m slowly collecting and packing away the sparkling ornaments and my cute tree. I’d just as soon leave it all out. It’s cheery.

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What are your interests? Vegetable gardening? Butterflies? Bees? Flowers? Composting? Fruit or nut trees? Organic gardening? Landscaping? Working with cancer survivors? Youth programs? Funding scholarships? Helping feed the elderly?

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RSVP will be offering the following opportunities this January. Please come by the RSVP office to sign up. For more information, call RSVP at 256-571-7734. Bring a flash drive to all computer classes.

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The past four years Marshall County has seen strong economic growth in tourism. Lodging tax revenue brought $736,563 to the county in 2017, an increase of 5.9 percent over last year, bringing our four-year growth to 17 percent.

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The North Alabama Sailing Marina on Browns Creek has looked particularly festive this year. Five sailboats are adorned with Christmas lights.

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When Shepherd’s Cove Hospice held a get-together for the seniors from the Guntersville Senior Center, Hospice volunteer Donna Theiss sang a song.

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Professor and scholar Robert S. Davis of Wallace State Hanceville will speak on the divisiveness of the United States from the Civil War that lingers to the present.

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The historic Willis-Smith house next to the First Baptist Church in Guntersville is just a week or so away from moving to its new address on Monte Sano Mountain outside of Huntsville.

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The Guntersville Ladies Civitans held their annual Holiday Tour of Home Friday night and Sunday afternoon. 

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The Guntersville Chapter of the Experimental Aircraft Association will have its monthly fly-in breakfast Saturday from 8 a.m. until 9:30 a.m. at the Bill Greenhaw Aviation Center at the Guntersville Airport. The breakfast is open to the public, with a $6 donation recommended for adults.

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Arab's Christmas in the Park, a display of 2-million lights along the walking trail in the Arab City Park, is the largest light display in Marshall County and one of the largest in north Alabama.

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Chicken and dressing is a holiday staple but it can be difficult to make. Pamela Bodine found this recipe for crockpot dressing online a couple of years ago and it has become a holiday staple for her.

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(The 3rd graders in Ms. Charles' class at Asbury Elementary wrote about what Thanksgiving means to them and about how to catch a turkey.)

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Jovni drew this picture of how to catch a Thanksgiving turkey.

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Marshall County’s largest holiday light display, the 2-million plus light Christmas in the Park in Arab, opens for the holiday season Friday night.

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The “dancing Christmas lights” at Joe and Jody Gilliland’s home will continue this Christmas season for the 11th straight year. The show will actually be bigger this year, expanding into the yard of the Gillilands’ neighbor Mardette Toler.