The 2nd Annual St. Jude Summer Jam Live at Dority’s is set for this Saturday on Dauphin Island. The event will feature the Bruce Smelley Band. Doors open at 6pm and the music starts at 7pm. There are raffle tickets available for purchase that will be drawn throughout the night.
Mobile United, a non-partisan, non-profit organization that focuses on leadership development continues its seven-month long celebration of serving the Mobile community for the past 50 years with a culinary partnership featuring two of Mobile’s best restaurants. Dining on Dauphin, a celebration of our rich cultural history and the culinary creatives who dare to redefine it, will be held on Thursday, May 19th, in Cathedral Square, and will feature a four-course meal and curated wine pairings prepared by the creatives at NoJa and The Noble South.
The Grove Community Church is looking forward to hosting a yard sale to benefit Roads of Hope. Lead Pastor Todd McGehee and Administrator Beckie Garlovo joined Chelsey and Joe on Studio10 with more details.
Fostering Together is hosting a foster care awareness walk called “Walk a Mile in My Shoes” in recognition of National Foster Care Month. It’s going to take place on Saturday, May 21st at 9:00 AM at The Fairgrounds in Mobile. New children’s shoes, diapers, wipes and toiletry items will be collected from 9a.m. to 12 p.m. at The Grounds parking lot.
The 2nd Annual Spread Kindness Event will be held at the cafe on 5/14 from 9:30-1:30. The event will give us the opportunity to share some of the nonprofits we support with the community! Hosting this event is really the epitome of what we believe in- caring for each other and creating small moments to make the world a better place.
Man Up: How God Makes Men event featuring Patrick Morley (Man in the Mirror Ministries), Jeremiah Castille (current chaplain for University of Alabama football team), Leon Bell, Jr. (Lead Pastor at St. Joseph Baptist Church – Mobile, AL)
For 30 years, Feeding the Gulf Coast has been honored by the generous donations of food from our community during the National Association of Letter Carriers’ 30th Annual Stamp Out Hunger food drive – the largest, single-day effort to put food on the table for millions of Americans across the nation. This year’s event will take place, Saturday, May 14, with a goal of collecting more than 100,000 pounds of food.
Moe’s Original BBQ and Budweiser Busch Distributing announce the 8th Annual Firkin Festival to be held on Saturday, May 14th at 701 Spring Hill Avenue in downtown Mobile. Benefiting Fuse Project, the craft beer event features local and regional breweries showcasing their creativity by adding unique flavors or spins on distinctive cask brewed ales. Firkins use a natural fermentation process to carbonate the beer. The liquid is typically served slightly below room temperature and will have a smoother, lighter carbonated body due to the natural carbonation process. This year’s participating breweries include Back Forty, Braided River, Fairhope, Folklore, Ghost Train, Grayton Beer, Oyster City, Props and Urban South.
Chickasaw Civic Theatre (CCT) has been presenting quality community theatre for over 50 years. It is a 501c3 organization managed by a volunteer Board of Directors. The current theater opened in 2005 at 801 Iroquois Street in Chickasaw. The venue is handicap accessible and welcomes patrons from all around the area.
This weekend on Perspectives with Eric Reynolds, Eric will look into gun violence in our community. He will speak with local officials and community leaders who are searching for ways to end the violence.
The City of Saraland is hosting the Better Business Bureau of Central and South Alabama Fraud Summit May 12, 2022. It takes place at the Saraland civic Center from 9-11 a.m. Speakers include: Alabama Securities Commission, Mobile District Attorney, Senior Medicare Patrol, Better Business Bureau of Central and South Alabama, and many more.
Lights of Empowerment is a non-profit organization which was originated in 2010, with a mission to empower girls and young women in the community. Our curriculum was more focused on empowering adolescent girls during the tumultuous years of middle school to develop high self-esteem, communicating with other girls, develop inner strength, curtail fighting and promote healthy behaviors. Most of all we are teaching them to value themselves and celebrate their beauty inside and out.
The Mobile Youth Espys was formulated on the basis of giving back to young athletes in Mobile and surrounding areas. To do this we have built this platform to celebrate the success of young athletes by rewarding them with a weekend of events honoring their hard work and dedication.
“Annie Jr” tells the classic heartwarming tale of Little Orphan Annie and her amazing adventures in the streets of NYC in the 1930′s. This timeless story has been presented numerous times in Mobile – but never with such an incredibly talented and large cast.
Culler Beauty is the perfect fit for you! Call today to order your Culler Beauty Self Adjusting foundation and primer. You will receive an additional $10 off, plus free eyelash enhancer, plus free shipping.
The Jackson Clark Foundation, Inc. was formed in honor of Jackson Talmadge Clark, a young man who at 17-years old lost his battle with Testicular Cancer. Growing up, Jackson was part of a family who dedicated their time to serve others in need through mission work both locally and internationally. Understanding that it only takes a willing set of hands to serve God, Jackson’s goal was to become a missionary.
Chelsey visited PJ’s Coffee location in Spanish Fort to check out their new space. With tons of room inside for meetings, studying, or just coffee with friends, you will love to spend time here! PJ’s Coffee will introduce new seasonal drinks every two months. Starting this Summer, try their Southern Wedding Cake flavor iced, hot, or roasted coffee beans. For more information, watch the clip above.
Imagine having to choose between health insurance and daily living expenses. What about working so hard as an entrepreneur, but not being able to afford or offer health insurance. The decision to delay or forgo healthcare for many due to lack of health insurance usually results in a negative outcome physically and financially, which also impacts their emotional and spiritual health. Currently, there are 100,000 adults from Mobile and Baldwin County alone who represent our family, friends, and community who rely on the emergency room for their primary care when their health becomes a crisis due to lack of health insurance.
College players and committed 2022′s, get ready for a new league! Adam Heisler joined Joe and Chelsey on Studio10 with details on Southeast Collegiate League. The season lasts eight weeks and consists of 20+ games. Travel will be minimal and this will also be a wood bat league.
Health A Sista Out is a nonprofit in Baldwin County dedicated to uplifting and unifying Women of Color. Health A Sista Out was founded on a Pay it Forward initiative and has been steadfast in doing all we can in our community and encouraging others to help contribute in our area and beyond.
The PACT Theatre Company’s production of Matilda the Musical, the imaginative tale of a special little girl, will open at The PACT Theatre Company on April 29th to May 15th. The Tony Award-winning musical is a wildly funny, sometimes heartbreaking, and always inspiring tale about the anarchy of childhood, the power of imagination, and a girl who won’t let being “little” stop her from putting an unjust world right.
Impact100 is a group of women from all walks of life who have come together to make a collective and significant difference in our community. Impact100 Mobile exists to empower women to award large grants that transform lives.
Preparations are underway for the return of the annual Delta Woods & Waters Expo! Sponsored by the City of Spanish Fort and held at 5 Rivers Delta Resource Center on the Mobile Bay Causeway, Delta Woods & Waters Expo is a vital community celebration of the amazing natural resources right here in our “backyard” and educates today’s youth on the value of the environment and wonders of the beautiful Mobile-Tensaw Delta.
Attention all ladies! Accordia Health in Bayou La Batre is excited to host two talks in South Mobile County that are all about women. The events are FREE and are open to women of all ages -- from those thinking about starting a family one day, to post-menopausal ladies concerned about hormone replacement.
Mother’s Day and graduation season are right around the corner and Great American Cookies and Marble Slab Creamery wants to help you celebrate. Chelsey visited their location in West Mobile off Schillinger Road to speak with Brandy. From decorated cookie cakes to specialty ice-cream cakes, this store has it all for you.
The MPD Victim Services Unit is hosting a “Victims of Crime Awareness Walk” in observance of National Crime Victims’ Rights Week (April 24-30, 2022). The walk is in support of victims and survivors who have been affected by crime and those who serve them in the community. The theme is “Rights, Access, Equity for all Victims.”
If you have a child born between 2017 and 2010 come join us for our summer camps, nominated for the best sports camps on the Eastern Shore. For all camps, your player will need to bring plenty to drink, a soccer ball, and snacks. Camp will run from 9-1pm.
The Eastern Shore Business Expo is Baldwin County’s premier business event showcasing regional companies. This must-attend event offers the business community, from small business entrepreneurs to to executives, an opportunity to network with local professionals, engage with exhibitors and discover resources for business growth.