In The Community

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One of the many ways the Huntsville Exchange Club is involved in the local Community is to support the Huntsville Beautiful efforts.  Huntsville's business and industry community plays a vital role in keeping our city clean. Operation Green Team seeks to be an educational medium for not only the citizens and youth of Huntsville, but also the corporate community. For this reason, we partner with the city by involving our organization in this beneficial program.
 
 
Law Enforcement Officer of the Year Awards

HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) - 2009 - A Huntsville based service organization gave back Tuesday to the men and women who give so much to our community.

The Exchange Club held its annual Law Enforcement Appreciation Banquet Tuesday night at the downtown Holiday Inn in Huntsville.

Huntsville Deputy Mayor Rex Reynolds was the keynote speaker at the event.

"They do appreciate the recognition," Reynolds said, "and I'll tell you as a former police chief, there's no greater honor than to represent these men and women for the efforts they do in law enforcement and public service."

Eight different peace officers from the Alabama Bureau of Investigation (ABI), Federal Bureau of investigation (FBI), Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), State Troopers, Huntsville Police, Madison Police, and Madison County Sheriff's Department were honored.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2013 Advertisement for the Law Enforcement Banquet

 

 
 
LAW ENFORCEMENT BANQUET
 
 
 
 Join the Huntsville Exchange Club
to recognize our community's
FINEST!
 

 

 

 

When: Thursday, February 21, 2013

Where: Double Tree Hotel (6000 Memorial Pkwy SW Huntsville, AL 35802
(256) 882-9400)

Time: 6:00 p.m.

Why: The Huntsville Exchange Club will recognize officers from several local law enforcement agencies for their dedication to making our community a safe place to live.

 

Photography donated by Jeff White 

 
 
 
 
 
SCAN Food Run Fund Raiser
Huntsville Exchange Club Food Run to Raise Funds for SCAN!
 
 
October 13th - Saturday at 10:00a
Food Value Supermarket
1762 Winchester Rd.
Rules of Drawing:
Ticket holder must be present to win and participate
Run for food will be a two minute drill with a limit of 30 seconds at the meat counter. The maximum dollar value is set at $1,000. of food items. Merchandise will be food items only, for instance NO tobacco, alcohol, grills, pharmaceutical, health and beauty or accessories items.
Door prizes will also be given away during the 30 minutes prior to the event and any door prize will still be eligible for the food run Grand Prize. Door Prizes include donations from Wendy's Restaurant, El Monte Mexican Restaurant, 2 Friends Gift Store, Raphael's Italian Restaurant and Winchester Road Animal Hospital.
Proceeds are going to support the Exchange Club projects this year. The major recipient this year will be the "SCAN" (Stop Child Abuse Now) - branch of the National Children's Advocacy Center. Your dollars will be spent here locally to support Huntsville and Madison County Exchange Club Projects...America's Service Club.
Tickets are available at the Sponsors: Food Value Super Market, Rosenblum Realty and requested at rob.lenoir7@gmail.com.

 
















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Photo Courtesy: Jeff White

Four Huntsville Firefighters Honored as Firefighters of the Year

Posted by WHNT on: 8:11 pm, October 23, 2013, by Drew Galloway

Photo Courtesy: Jeff White

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) - The Exchange Club Of Greater Huntsville held its first ever Firefighter’s Appreciation Luncheon today.  WHNT News 19’s Jerry Hayes emceed the event at the Marriott at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center.  Four members of Huntsville Fire and Rescue were honored as Firefighters of the Year.  Congratulations to Captain Bruce Swanson, firefighter Daniel Smartt and two driver – engineers, Hunter Robinson and Don Murray.  And from those of us here at WHNT News 19, we appreciate your service to our community.



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