Tuesday-Wednesday, March 9-10

ROAD CLOSURES:Martling Road in District 4 will be closed North of Hustleville Road to fix a cross drain. People are advised to use Old Mcville Road on this day. On Wednesday the section of Martling Road just North of 3-Way Grocery will be closed. The work being done is part of the Rebuild Alabama Project for the summer. 

Wednesday-Thursday, March 10-11

Any individual handling or spraying dicamba on resistant row crops in Alabama needs to participate in Auxin Training annually. Training & certification class will be held Wednesday, March 10, from 9-11 a.m. at Boaz VFW Fairgrounds. Training is $15.00. 

All restricted use private pesticide applicators need to be certified in order to handle restricted use pesticides. Training & test to be held Thursday, March 11, from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at Boaz VFW Fairgrounds. Training is $20. To register for either of these trainings, call the Marshall County Extension Office at 256-582-2009.


Monday, March 15

Marshall Baptist Association’s Executive Committee will meet at 7 p.m. at First Baptist Church in Albertville.  

Sunday-Friday, March 21-26

Belcher’s Gap SCM Church in Crossville is having a revival with Evangelist J.T. Scott. Services begin each night at 7 p.m. after 6 :45 p.m. prayer. Pastor Deon Black welcomes everyone to attend. 

Thursday, March 25

AP Marshall County Guardianship Program will be having a training session open to anyone who is a guardian of an adult in Marshall County or anyone who is interested in becoming a much-needed volunteer guardian. This session will explain what a guardian’s responsibilities are and the rights of the individuals who have a guardian. This session will be at the GAP office, 436 Blount Avenue, Guntersville. Contact the office by phone, 256-388-9851, or email, gapmarshallco@outlook.com, to register due to limited seating and COVID-19 guidelines. 

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