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New volunteer program in MRVA

New volunteer program in MRVA

Volunteers are the lifeblood of nonprofit organizations. With your hard work and dedication, the Meadow River Valley Association (MRVA) is achieving significant milestones. We’re thrilled to launch our new volunteer management site. You can register as a volunteer, let us know your areas of expertise, find volunteer opportunities and log your hours so all your hard work can be recognized. By registering as a volunteer, we know your interests and availability without obligating you to a specific task (unless you want to be!). So, head over to the MRVA website at www.meadowriver.org, click on the button “Become a Volunteer,” and help us make a difference in the Meadow River Valley!  

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Norman Edward Walker

Norman Edward Walker

Norman Edward Walker Hillsboro-Norman “Joe” Walker 56, passed away suddenly on Wednesday, May 11, 2022 in Tuscaloosa, AL. Born Oct....

Harlan Ray Hartsook

Harlan Ray Hartsook

Harlan Ray Hartsook On Saturday, May 14, 2022, we lost our beloved hero, Harlan “Hob” Ray Hartsook. He unexpectedly passed...

Roger Wayne Cyfers

Roger Wayne Cyfers

Roger Wayne Cyfers Frankford-Roger Wayne Cyfers, 69, passed away peacefully Friday, May 6, 2022, with his wife of 29 years,...

Nelda Jane Young

Nelda Jane Young

Nelda Jane Young Lewisburg-Nelda Jane “Janie” Young went to heaven to be with her parents and brothers, Monday, May 9,...

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Dear Recycle Lady

Dear Recycle Lady, Are the small containers (3.5 inches) of flavoring for bottles of water recyclable?  They are grey plastic, and the top is smaller than the bottom. Likes Flavored Water Dear Likes Flavored Water, Thanks for asking and not just putting it in the recycle bin hoping that it will recycle. Although your container meets the definition of a bottle and is more than 3” tall, it is not recyclable. Look on the back label in a very small recycle triangle and you will see the number 7. Thus, it is not recyclable locally.   Dear Recycle Lady, I...

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Seeing Red By Karen Cohen Sungolds. Watercolor painting by Karen Cohen I’m back! What seems like a billion years ago,...

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By Senator Stephen Baldwin One “legislative session wrap-up” wasn’t enough to cover all the issues folks care about! If your...

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