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"The important thing is never to stop questioning."

~ Albert Einstein

"Education's purpose is to replace an empty mind with an open one."

~ Malcolm Forbes















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Pepper Place Saturday Market Pepper Place, each Saturday, 7 a.m.-noon. Outdoor market, live entertainment, and a cooking demonstration at 9 a.m. 802-2100 or

Fresh Market on the Green Ross Bridge Welcome Center, first and third Saturday of each month, 8 a.m.-noon. Farm produce, flowers and plants, gourmet coffee and baked goods, live music, and a chef demonstration. 680-5372.


Nature Conservancy of Alabama:  Alabama's aquatic biodiversy is second to none with more species of freshwater fish, freshwater mussels, freshwater turtles, freshwater snails and crayfish than any other state.  Learn more here.


The 'first' game of American football, it has been claimed that Rutgers University and Princeton University played the first game of college football on Nov. 6, 1869 in New Brunswick, New Jersey, won by Rutgers 6-4. However, the viewpoint that this particular game marks the beginning of American football is contested.

If one must require that there be a starting point, or "first" game, of American football between two American teams, that distinction would have to go to the contest played between Tufts University and Harvard University on June 4, 1875 at Jarvis Field in Cambridge, Mass., won by Tufts 1-0. Jarvis Field was at the time located off Massachusetts Avenue in Cambridge, between Everett, Jarvis and Oxford Sts. which bordered the northern point of the Harvard campus. A report of the outcome of this game appeared in the Boston Daily Globe of June 5, 1875. In the Tufts/Harvard game participants were allowed to pick up the ball and run with it, each side fielded eleven men, the ball carrier was stopped by knocking him down or "tackling" him, and the inflated ball was egg-shaped - the combination of which far more closely resembles the modern American football game than the games of other "firsts". Thus, the Harvard/Tufts game may be regarded as the beginning of football between two American colleges. Source:


A couple of the Cahaba Creative team members were lucky enough to take a trip through Montana and the Canadian Rockies.  From Glacier National Park, to Waterton, to Banff, to Jasper, to Kootenay, the view, wildlife, and quality of air were all amazing.  Six bears were spotted - three black bears and a grizzly mom and her two cubs.  Trails were hiked, mountains were observed in awe.  If you ever have a chance to visit this area, it is well worth the cost and travel.  Make sure to pack your hiking boots!

Just a sampling of the pictures from the trip:

Grizzly Bear Mom with cubs:

Lake Moraine:

Quote by one of the many beautiful rivers:

Contributors, Amy and Bayron Baggett.


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