Saturdays are beautiful days for Vintage Baseball Games at Lowe Mill! Thank you to the Belles for introducing the Redcaps, Alabama's first 1860s vintage baseball team working to bring baseball back to Huntsville.
The original rules of the sport are different from modern day baseball--no gloves, no spitting or swearing, and a fly ball caught on one bounce is an out. The club takes baseball back to the days when the game was truly a part of our nation's pastime.
Another interesting tidbit - Americans spelled baseball "base ball" during the Civil War era.
Base Ball Schedule: http://www.huntsvillevintagebaseball.com/schedule-.html
Next week (27 June - 1 July) is Armed Forces Week in Huntsville, and we will honor members of our military with a series of special events. It is a small token of gratitude and certainly incomparable to the sacrifices members of our Armed Forces continue to make.
Thank you for your service. Our hearts are forever indebted to you.
It is always great to meet with Senator Jeff Sessions and fellow economic development professionals from around the state of Alabama. Economic development involves collaboration between the public and private sector, and we are certainly blessed in Alabama to have landed a variety of new projects that will further diversify our economy.
In April 2016, we celebrated the grand opening of The Lodge at Johns Road, Huntsville's newest senior rental community. Residents can travel and stay busy while enjoying amenities that make life easier, all in a secure environment.
Congratulations to the residents and employees of The Lodge at Johns Road, and thank you to everyone who brought this project to Huntsville!
What a beautiful day for NASA in the Park and Team Redstone in the Park, an annual event that features exhibits, speakers, and family-friendly activities from NASA, the FBI, US Army, DAU, Marshall Space Flight Center, and more.
Thank you to all of the groups who coordinated the move from the Square to Big Spring Park this year!
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Huntsville, Alabama 35804
Post Office Box 67
Arley, Alabama 35541
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