Safety measures presented in Worship Center Protection seminar

Safety measures presented in Worship Center Protection seminar
Bob Thetford spoke with law enforcement officers and church leaders and members about safety in church settings. Pictured, clockwise, from left, are Allen Faulk of Samson First United Methodist Church, David Simmons of Samson First United Methodist Church, Archbishop Carl McComb of Daleville Christian Fellowship Worship Center, Harold Gilland of Samson First United Methodist Church, Thetford, Pinckard Police Chief Lowell Williams, Chaplain Charles Myers of the Geneva County Sheriff's Office, Ossie Carey of Daleville Christian Fellowship Worship Center and Ed Janasky of Samson First United Methodist Church.

Safest Cities in Alabama

Safest Cities in Alabama
SafeWise Announces the 20 Safest Cities in Alabama
SafeWise just released its “20 Safest Cities in Alabama” report on June 4, 2018. To compile this report, we reviewed the 2016 FBI crime report statistics and population data. Cities that fell below identified population thresholds (4,377) or that failed to submit a complete crime report to the FBI were excluded from the ranking system.
Our evaluation is based on the number of reported violent crimes (aggravated assault, murder, rape, and robbery) in each city. If there was a tie, we also factored in the number of property crimes (burglary, arson, larceny-theft, and motor vehicle theft). To level the playing field, we calculated the rate of crimes per 1,000 people in each city. This makes it easier to directly compare the likelihood of these crimes occurring in cities with vastly different populations.
SafeWise Security Analyst Laura E. Hilton says, "Even though crime rates are on the rise in Alabama’s biggest cities, smaller towns are safer than ever."

Check out the full report here: https://www.safewise.com/blog/safest-cities-alabama/
About SafeWise
SafeWise helps families and communities make informed decisions about safety solutions. Our mission is to provide helpful reviews, insightful tips, comprehensive resources, and valuable safety information in one convenient place.

Seniors play city employees in beanbag tournament

Seniors play city employees in beanbag tournament
Members of the Daleville Senior Center took on Public Works employees in a beanbag tournament. Pictured, back row, from left, are Roddrick Flowers, Public Works Director Terry Hitchcock, Ronny Reynolds, Anthony Murrell, David Cox and Nathen Barber. Pictured, middle row, from left, are Bella Legette, Dale Cox, Louise Royal, Elaine Helmstetter, Anna Utz, Johnny Soto, Carlos Casas and David Riley. Front, from left, are Tim Meissner, Katie Snellgrove and Bernice Deese.

Daleville festival opens with ribbon cutting

Daleville festival opens with ribbon cutting
Pictured, in back, is Council member Bobby Hardrick. Middle row, from left, are Chamber of Commerce Director Shawntell Mitchell, Council member Jo Reese, Mayor Jayme Stayton, Chamber President Steve Drown and Chamber Board member Kecia Ham. Front, from left, are Pre-Teen Miss Daleville Mirage Moonschein, Young Miss Daleville Skylar Thomas, Tiny Miss Daleville Iyania Moore, Future Little Miss Daleville Braelyn Wentworth and Miss Daleville Kirsten Boise.

Children read to man’s best friend

Children read to man’s best friend
Children can now feel comfortable reading to furry tutors like Adler, left, and Koda, right. Sisters Zanyla, left, and Maryah Rich share stories with their tutors.
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