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FAIR HOPE FOUNDATION SELECTS FIRST SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT

By WVUA 23 Student Reporter Elizabeth Elkin Saint Mark United Methodist Church Pastor Byron Fair received life-changing news in July 2014 when he was diagnosed with an uncommon type of lymphoma while he was finishing his masters at The University of Alabama. “Just something sparked,” he said. “And I started looking to see if there were any scholarships available

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FIRST YEAR UA MEDICAL STUDENTS SERVE TUSCALOOSA COMMUNITY

By WVUA 23 Student Reporter Elizabeth Elkin Before picking up their books and beginning medical school, first-year Alabama medical students committed a day doing good in the community. As part of orientation week, incoming med students participated in “fun day,” a day of service in the Tuscaloosa community. This year’s fun day involved working in

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GREG AND PAM ROGERS HELP STUDENTS START NEW SCHOOL YEAR OFF RIGHT

Tuscaloosa City and County students are back in class beginning Aug. 11, and one local ministry is ensuring they all get started on the right foot. Greg and Pam Rogers headed up the Tuscaloosa Backpack Coalition and Apples for Education more than a decade ago, with the goal of giving students in need their best chance

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