Friday, April 6, 2018

APRIL 2018

Special recognition will be given to RUDD football and basketball teams,  highlighted for their athletic accomplishments

PinsonLibrary: Band Together for a Bigger & Better Summer!

We’re so excited to bring 2018’s Summer Reading Program to you! This year’s theme is “Libraries Rock!” & we need you to Band Together for a Bigger & Better Summer!
From our humble beginnings in 2012, when our new library hosted 14 programs for our community up to last year when we offered a program every single day, it has been our goal to grow our summer reading program each year. We want to make 2018 our best summer yet! We will offer activities for children, events for teens, programs for adults, & more! This includes programs about music/art/science, craft events, animal visits, & family night programs. Our library may be small, but we just keep getting bigger & better!

Please consider making a donation:Your donation, no matter what the amount ($5, $10, $20, $50, $200), will help us offer more events & opportunities to win! We can stretch your dollars to provide quality programming & entertainment for you & your entire family all summer long. We understand that everyone can't contribute, but please share this with your friends, family, & local businesses! Every contribution will help us reach our goal! 
Let’s Band Together for a Bigger & Better Summer!

Interested in Senior Citizen Activities in Pinson?

Last month’s theme was St. Patrick’s Day. Over 54 seniors were in attendance at the Pinson Community Center. Entertainment was provided by “Pure Country” with Raymond Williams, Dwight Finley, and Gerald Burns performing.
The festivities for April will take place, April 24th,from 10:00 a.m. until noon with a potluck served at 11:45 a.m. or more information and to find out what dish you can bring, call Pat Wise , 205-680-5556
Psst: There’s been talk of maybe taking a day trip.

dream cars of the carolinas
Cruise In
Beginning the second Saturday in April (14th), show off those shiny, slick wheels that you’re so proud of. Your ride can be new, rebuilt,  vintage … you name it. The bragging begins at 3:00 p.m. in the Rock School parking lot.
Jeremy Gray from

Vendors will be on site with a variety of food items. This event will take place every second Saturday from April until October.
The Rock School is located at 4509 Pinson Blvd.
Pinson, AL 35126

                                                                                                                                                           Other Bits
  • ·       Pinson will be getting a fire training facility off of Old        Pinson Highway.

  •    The Pinson City Council voted to give $350 to the ARISS  program at Pinson Valley High School. PVHS was selected to participate in the ARISS program which provides students the experience of connecting with astronauts at the International Space Station. This experience will broaden students knowledge in various curricula with NASA playing an integral part in their learning  


Sunday, March 11, 2018

MARCH 2018


March 14th
 Not “Pie,” The other “Pi”
National Pi Day celebrates Pi, a mathematical concept  and a number that never least no one has found the end yet. Often, we round it off to 3.14. If you are a mathematician, this is your day. For National Pi Day is a celebration of mathematics. And, more specifically.... it celebrates "Pi". (copied from holiday insights)  

Saint Patrick's Day

March 17th
Saint Patrick's day is in honor of the Patron Saint of Ireland, who brought christianity to the Emerald Isles, as Ireland is known. It is truly a day of celebrating Irish history, ancestry, traditions and customs.
Saint Ptaricks' Day has many symbols and traditons, from shamrocks and leprechauns, to green beer and Corned Beef and Cabbage. Saint Patrick's Day parades are popular in many cities around the U.S. Interestingly, the first St. Patrick’s Day parade did not take place in Ireland. It took place in New York City, in 1762. copied from holiday insights)  

Neighborhood Meeting   

April 21st.
Time and place TBA


Friday, February 2, 2018


LOST DOG (Yorkie)
Goes by “Chuey”
Last seen Friday 1-19-2018 on Sweeney Hollow Road
If found call Julie at 205-983-2798
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