I love the nostalgic atmosphere of the game and the campus; it is a special blessing to walk by Denny Chimes with my children. #Our67 #RollTide #family
United Launch Alliance (ULA) selects Alabama-built BE-4 rocket engine for next-generation rocket
United Launch Alliance (ULA) selected Blue Origin’s BE-4 engine to power the booster of the Vulcan Centaur rocket. Now that the company won the contract, Blue Origin will construct their facility announced in 2017 on approximately 46 acres in Cummings Research Park and bring hundreds of jobs to the area.
The United States is in the space race again. And what an appropriate and nostalgic time in history as we, in 2019, will celebrate the 50th anniversary of man on the moon. The presence of these global companies highlights their important role as our state leads the nation in the aerospace industry.
Alabama Political Reporter article: http://www.alreporter.com/2018/09/28/united-launch-alliance-selects-alabama-built-be-4-rocket-engine-for-next-generation-rocket/
Intrepid Expansion in Research Park
Congratulations to Intrepid on another expansion in Huntsville's Cummings Research Park. Intrepid provides state-of-the art services that aid in national security. Thank you, Intrepid, for your work! #Our67
National Daughter's Day
Some say National Daughter's Day was yesterday, others say it is today (I am unsure.) I do know, however, that every day this young lady makes travels throughout our state and nation so very special.
Roll Tide to my "long lived treasure," Sheridan. I love you with all my heart! <3 #Our67 #NationalDaughtersDay
Kevin Turner for Sheriff
What a wonderful evening to celebrate a well-qualified, deserving person - Kevin Turner for Madison County Sheriff! Kevin's wealth of experience in the Madison County Sheriff's Department, DA's office, and training from his father will allow him to continue to serve our county well. #Our67
ProfitWise Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
Congratulations to ProfitWise on your new location in Huntsville! ProfitWise, a locally owned and operated accounting firm, is nominated for the Madison Chamber of Commerce Best Business of the Year Award.
It is a joy to watch good people prosper. Keep up the great work! #Our67
Ribbon cutting ceremony photo credit: Steve Babin
HudsonAlpha - The Paul Propst Center
GOOD NEWS: Another excellent article on last week's HudsonAlpha campus expansion (The Propst Center) -
Alabama Political Reporter article: http://www.alreporter.com/2018/09/21/kay-ivey-attends-hudsonalphas-grand-opening-of-paul-propst-center/
Photo credit: HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology
Area Development publication ranks Alabama No. 3 in its 2018 “Top States for Business” Survey
GOOD NEWS: Area Development publication ranks Alabama No. 3 in its 2018 “Top States for Business” Survey - #Our67 #teamwork
Alabama Political Reporter: http://www.alreporter.com/2018/09/25/area-development-magazine-ranks-alabama-no-3-in-its-2018-top-states-for-business-survey/
Alabama vs. Texas A & M - Roll Tide!
Rain or shine, it was a great day to watch Alabama beat Texas A & M with my dear daughter and good friends - Roll Tide! #Our67
It was a pleasure to join friends George and Clara Payne for the grand opening of Huntsville Recovery, a clinic focused on individualized treatment for opioid addiction as well as other types of substance abuse. Thank you to The Payne Family and the entire staff at Huntsville Recovery for taking a proactive approach to solving this issue. #Our67
P.S. Mrs. Clara will willingly admit that she is ninety years old (and I will add - beautiful as ever.)
This morning HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology celebrated the opening of its newest campus expansion - the Paul Propst Center. Thank you to the partners in the public and private sector who collaborate to make innovations in biotechnology happen. Huntsville, Alabama is changing the world with the brilliant minds at HudsonAlpha. #Our67
Dr. Dewayne McCay, President of Florida Institute of Technology, visits Huntsville - Community Leaders Roundtable Discussion
Thank you to Dr. Dewayne McCay, President of Florida Institute of Technology, for flying to Huntsville, Alabama today from Melbourne, Florida for an informative community leadership roundtable discussion. Members from the public and private sector - businesses, space, defense, government, and educational institutions - shared methods to better prepare the next generation of our state's workforce. #Our67 #WorkforceDevelopment
Thank you to all who organized Riverfest in Decatur on Saturday. The annual barbecue cook-off at Ingalls Harbor attracts competitors from across our nation and includes music, children’s activities, vendors, and award winning barbecue. Proceeds benefit the local community and nonprofit organizations around Decatur and Morgan County.
We had a lot of fun and enjoyed the breeze on the river with family and friends! (P.S. Check out the girls in the Polaris, Made in Alabama!) #Our67
It is difficult to put into words the emotion experienced today as we climbed 110 stories in memory of fallen 9/11 firefighters.
Each participant was assigned a fallen hero. To the family of Captain Thomas C. Moody, I will climb annually in your honor. #NeverForget
Hartselle Depot Days
Thank you to all who organized Hartselle Depot Days, a family friendly event in downtown Hartselle with crafts, music, food, and fellowship that attracts over 19,000 people annually.
A very special thank you to our friend Congressman Mo Brooks, who ran up into the stands and handed my daughter a game ball during the Congressional Baseball Game in Washington DC earlier this year - he signed the ball for her at Depot Days
It was an honor to join Calhoun Community College today at the Decatur Campus for a ceremony to commemorate a new shelter for their Pre-Apprentice Lineworker Program. The shelter, donated by HDT Global, will allow instructors to teach courses directly on the lineworker training site, thus eliminating the need for students to travel across the street to traditional classrooms. This is a wonderful example of collaboration between the public and private sector.
#efficiency #community#SkilledTrades #Our67
Parsons Corporation Expansion
Congratulations, Parsons, on the 25,000 square foot expansion of your integration facility. The expansion accommodates the Parsons' growing portfolio of work for customers in the defense, intelligence, and infrastructure sectors, as well as research and development needs for the corporation's technology solutions. Parsons has been in business since 1944 and has made significant contributions to our nation's national security efforts.
Thank you to all wake up every day with a heart and a willingness to serve people. #Our67
Flight Works Alabama - Coming Soon
GOOD NEWS: Innovations from Alabamians employed in the aerospace industry have changed the world. To continue that momentum and retain a level of expertise in any field, it is important for leaders to foster a culture that emphasizes professional development and training of current as well as future generations.
Flight Works Alabama is a workforce development initiative created from dialogue between industry and education as to what skills are deemed necessary to compete effectively in a global economy. The Flight Works Alabama simulation environment, strategically placed near Airbus’ aircraft factory, serves as an excellent way to introduce students to careers in aerospace and aviation. We are looking forward to the Flight Works Alabama grand opening in late 2019 and the talent that will develop as a result of this partnership between the public and private sector.
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Remembering 11 September 2001
To all who lost loved ones as a result of 11 September 2001, You Are Not Forgotten.
Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted.
About Dr. Nicole Jones
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Dr. Nicole Jones
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Huntsville, Alabama 35804
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Arley, Alabama 35541
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