While in Baldwin County this week, it was great to visit with the team at The Coffee Loft, a local business in Fairhope. They take pride in using local food products and offering excellent coffees and treats with distinct local flair. Thank you, The Coffee Loft, for your hospitality! #Our67
Today I was honored as part of the first group (one of only eight) in the state of Alabama, and the first in Huntsville, to be awarded an Economic Development Leadership Certification, a designation granted by the EDAA and Auburn University's Government and Economic Development Institute. Thank you to everyone who has been supportive throughout this endeavor.
When members of a community have the opportunity to collaborate, cities and towns are built. I look forward to utilizing the knowledge gained throughout the process to help all 67 counties.
What a wonderful morning to commemorate the opening of the new Grissom High School. Congratulations to the students, faculty, and administration. The state-of-the-art new Grissom High School contains many features including nursing labs, engineering labs, advanced manufacturing components, and training for teachers on how to prepare students for business and industry. We can partner together in workforce development and train our future leaders. (After all, they will be taking care of us one day!)
It was a pleasure to attend the Republican Women of Madison luncheon today. Thank you to Kevin Turner for sharing your vision for the Madison County Sheriff's Department, and thank you to Dee Voelkel for organizing a great lineup of speakers.
It was an honor to speak at the Huntsville Jobs Networking Club today about economic development initiatives and how we build and grow Huntsville and Alabama together.
Thank you, LSINC, for the tour of your new facility in Research Park. LSINC provides engineering, product development design and analysis, and strategy solutions for public and commercial clients. I enjoyed learning about your story and commitment to the Huntsville community.
What a beautiful evening with friends downtown at Concerts in the Park. Thank you to Arts Huntsville and the City of Huntsville Parks and Recreation team for coordinating such a well-attended event featuring great tunes from local musicians.
Praying in the Congressional Prayer Room, a defining life moment from earlier this year - I owe much gratitude to my friend Mo Brooks
I am honored to be selected again as a Finalist for the Russell Brown Executive Leadership Award, a tribute to the good works and generosity of the late Russell Brown and the highest level of honor given to business leaders for outstanding contributions to our community.
The Huntsville Chamber of Commerce awards dinner will be held at the Von Braun Center on the United States Senate Special Election Day - 15 August!
Huntsville is special because of its multitude of leadership within our community. Thank you to Angela Wilson Walker and the Huntsville Drumline for traveling around our city on sultry days to play at various events.
We are looking forward to seeing the Stickmasters perform at Community Awareness for Youth (CAFY) on Saturday 29 July!
I am honored to know Mo Brooks and his family and state that he is a true leader. Thank you, Mo Brooks, for applying economic principles into practice, for your willingness to defend our Constitution, and for staying true to your/our/conservative values. God bless you in all of your endeavors.
Remember to vote in the US Senate Special Election on 15 August.
Yesterday afternoon we celebrated the opening of the new Competition Pool at the Huntsville Aquatic Center. Located on Drake Avenue, the Huntsville Aquatic Center houses the original Legacy Pool (1974) as well as a new lobby and walkway to the new Competition Pool. Both Olympic-sized pools will be utilized to host the 52nd Annual Rocket League City Swim Meet on 8-9 July as well as the USA Swimming Southeastern Championships on 20-23 July.
Thank you to everyone who collaborated on this significant project for Huntsville's swim community.
Thank you to the Christian Citizen Task Force and Huntsville Tea Party for hosting a well-attended and informative US Senate Debate in Huntsville.
We appreciate The Rock Family Worship Center for allowing use of their facility during this significant election. Remember to vote in the US Senate Special Election on 15 August
I have many friends in politics and am honored to know two leaders - Judge Roy Moore and Kayla Moore. Thank you for your willingness to stand up for the Lord and our Constitution. God bless you in all of your endeavors
My heart is with historic Alabama downtowns, and I make it a point to bring the family along to tour when possible.
Traveling to other areas in Alabama (and our nation) helps me bring ideas back to Huntsville. We had a great time touring historic downtown Montgomery. (A few of the children pictured are developers in training!) #WorkforceDevelopment #Legacy
Blessed is the nation whose God is the LORD, The people whom He has chosen for His own inheritance.
Happy Independence Day.
Thank you, Still Serving Veterans, for the many ways you assist veterans within our community. Make sure to stop by the Still Serving Veterans tent at today’s HSV Times Square Summer Block Party (1PM-9PM) to learn more about this dedicated group of people and the heroes they serve.
Musicology has a new location open in south Huntsville. Thank you to the dedicated teachers who invest their time in educating Huntsville's youth in the areas of guitar, voice, violin, piano, drums, bass, ukulele, flute, cello and even "rock band." 🎶🎵🎸🎷🎹🎺
Thank you to Buddy Jewell for joining us on this sultry summer evening in downtown Huntsville and playing a concert to benefit Still Serving Veterans!
Tonight Buddy performed many hits, including his original song from Nashville Star, "Help Pour Out the Rain (Lacey's Song)."