Weeks Bay Foundation Welcomes New Executive Director

Submitted: Weeks Bay Foundation

Connie Whitaker has joined the Weeks Bay Foundation as its new executive director. She brings to the organization nearly 10 years of nonprofit administration experience. Most recently, Connie served as administrator at the Alabama Coastal Foundation and as external relations director at Feeding the Gulf Coast.

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Submitted: Baldwin Bone & Joint

Special Campaign Partners with Local Schools, USA and Businesses to Keep on Giving Life to Old Shoes for Those in Need

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EnChroma Launches Scenic Viewers for Color Blindness in Partnership with SeeCoast

Submitted: SeeCoast

EnChroma, Inc. – creators of patented eyewear for color blindness – today announced that its assistive lens technology will be available in scenic viewers manufactured by SeeCoast Manufacturing Company. EnChroma’s lens technology will enable people with red-green color blindness to better enjoy the beauty of outdoor color at state parks, scenic overlooks, wildlife refuges and other locations where the viewers for the color blind are installed.

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Toups & Co. Boutique & Spa Opens in Downtown Fairhope

Toups & Co. Boutique & Spa has opened its doors in Downtown Fairhope at 70 S. Section Street.

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Cavender's Opens in Spanish Fort

The Cavender family announces the Grand Opening of their Spanish Fort, Alabama store, located at 32000 Bass Pro Drive. The 14,470 square ft. store houses Cavender’s full line of men’s, women’s and children’s western apparel.

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Twelve Days of Christmas - Historic Fairhope Art

Robert M. Glennon, Area Historian

Christmas Art is a rich part of Fairhope’s Legacy and the art series entitled The Twelve Days of Christmas has become one of the City’s most legendary symbols of the season. In Christian theology, the Twelve Days of Christmas are the days between the birth of Christ and the coming of the Magi - the three wise men; also called the Epiphany. The popular Christmas carol by the same name recalls gifts given when my "true love came to me.” These traditional themes have been brought to life by Fairhope artists.

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