Thank you to the Troy University employees for the tour of the International Arts Center. It was a true blessing to view such fine works of art. Here we are pictured in front of some of Nall's masterpieces. The Fred “Nall” Hollis Museum, part of the International Arts Center, features Nall’s works from the 1960s to today. #Our67
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Today marked a beautiful day as Thrive at Jones Farm held a Blessing of the Hands Ceremony and Prayer Walk.
God bless each and every worker who dedicates his or her life to assisted living and memory care. What a beautiful project in Jones Valley, literally and metaphorically.
Governor Kay Ivey presented the Space and Rocket Center with a $10 million dollar grant for Cyber Camp, the largest gift in Rocket Center history. Pictured with Congressman Mo Brooks and I is Anslee, a tenth grade student from Franklin County and beneficiary of a Cyber Camp scholarship.
Cyber Camp is a workforce development initiative aimed to prepare high school students for success in competitive technological markets. We have incredible brainpower in Alabama, and the Cyber Camp program will help foster the skills needed for future careers in the public and private sector. Thank you to leaders from around our state for helping to bridge the gap between schools and business/industry to aid in workforce development.
Tonight I was honored to have been recognized 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. I am grateful every day to have found my Life’s Work. Thank you to everyone who continues to make Huntsville a special place to live.