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n behalf of the respective committees, welcome to the 11th Annual Noble Street Festival and the 21st Annual Cheaha Challenge. The weekend offers fun outdoor events for the whole family and attracts more than 1000 cycling visitors and their families who travel to our community from more than 20 states. The events are produced locally by the Northeast Alabama Bicycle Association (NEABA) and a host of other community YROXQWHHUV7KHIHVWLYDOEHQHĂ€WV&DOKRXQ&RXQW\5HOD\ for Life. More than $80,000 has been donated since 7KH&KHDKD&KDOOHQJHEHQHĂ€WVWKH&KLHI/DGLJD Trail, with cumulative donations totaling more than $23,000. The weekend kicks off Friday night with a pizza and pasta party for Cheaha Challenge guests sponsored by

0HOORZ0XVKURRPDQG$QLPDO0HGLFDO&HQWHU5XQQLQJ enthusiasts rise early Saturday and head to the YMCA to participate in the Anniston Orothopaedics 5K. Many out of town guests use Saturday morning to explore the Chief Ladiga Trail and check out our museums and other attractions. This year, we expect they might bring their mountain bikes and check out Coldwater Mountain! The Sunny King Criterium is one of the headline events of the Noble Street Festival and features amateur bicycle racing from 10am to 9:30pm, with the last two races featuring professionals from around the ZRUOG7KLQN1$6&$5DVWKHVHOLFHQVHGFRPSHWLWRUV race multiple laps in large packs around a .7 mile race course comprised of downtown streets. If you’ve never

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Mike Poe Chairman Noble Street Festival Committee Cheaha Challenge Committee

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Cheaha Challenge Committee Curtis Cupp Keith Ford Anna Nicholls Barry Nicholls Terry Phillis Mindy Poe

Harold Rhodes David Spinks Bobby White Julia White Peggy Wilhoite

Noble Street Festival Committee Ann Angell Margaret Bateman Katy Cairo Curtis Cupp Charity Duncan Steven Folks Eric Key Lori Martin Jessica McCauley Lisa Morales

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2013 Noble Street FeStival WeekeNd Schedule

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Kid’s Activities schedule

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Artisan Baked Goods Menu: 2 Dining Ticket Shortbread cookie trio that will include one Pecan Shortbread cookie, one Italian Zaleti (cornmeal cookie with golden raisins), and a deep dark chocolate French Diamantes .

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Red Diamond Restaurant Tour 2013

white/buttercreme, Choc/chocolate). Apple and Cherry Turnovers, Cheesetraws, and dog treats. Price: 1 Dining Ticket per item

Bonnie Ray’s is a locally owned and operated Bakery. Owned by the Knightly sisters Mary and Kar1 Dining Ticket: en, Army brats who’s father retired Oatmeal Raisin Cookie from Fort McClellan. They are Peanut Butter Cookie located right outside the Fort McGinger Molasses Cookie Clellan main gate in the Lenlock Shopping center where they have 1 Dining Ticket been serving the Anniston area for Two Italian Amaretti cookies 18 years. They offer fresh baked French Macarons Vanilla Macaron with a Vanilla pastries, cookies, donuts, pies and cakes, including specialty cakes %HDQ,WDOLDQ%XWWHU&UHDPÀOOLQJ Chocolate Macaron with a Choco- and wedding cakes. They can also support your special event with a ODWH*DQDFKHÀOOLQJ variety of catering trays. Welcome Bonnie Ray’s Bake Shoppe, Inc. all. Menu: Creme horns, Brownies, Donuts, &KLFNÀO$RI2[IRUG Cookies, Cupcakes (red velvet, Menu:

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Cooter Brown’s Rib Shack is a locally owned and operated full service restaurant specializing in BBQ Ribs. Cooter Brown’s Ribs were listed as “100 Dishes to eat in Alabama Before you Die” by the Alabama Board of Tourism. Cooter Brown’s Ribs have won many other awards throughout Calhoun County and is located at 8464 Alabama Hwy 204 in Jacksonville. Check us out at www.cootersribs.com.

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The Calhoun County Medical Society Supports Meals on Wheels Dr. Adeoye Akintola Aremu Dr. Oren Wyatt Babb Dr. Lucy Katherine Ballard Dr. Blane Edward Bateman Dr. Tatiana Bidikov Dr. Clifford P. Black, Jr. Dr. Clyde Edward Black Dr. William Bartley Bohannon Dr. Dennis Bonner Dr. Edgar Watterson Branyon, Jr. Dr. Charles Phillip Brockwell Dr. John Oscar Brown Dr. Kirby Knapp Bryant, Jr.

Dr. Marilyn Ann Osipik Burson Dr. Jose R. Caballero Dr. Clarence Neal Canup Dr. Donald W. Casey Dr. Cynthia Smith Cater Dr. Robert L. Cater Dr. David Alan Chalk Dr. Neil Leonard Christen Dr. Dennis DeWayne Clark Dr. Thaddeus Frazell Coleman Dr. Jeffrey W. Collins Dr. Nelson Wayne Cook Dr. Lee Gary Craddock Dr. George Isacc Crawford, Jr. Dr. Monica Adams Crawford Dr. James Scales Daniel

Dr. Robert Harris Hurlbutt, IV Dr. Russell Leon Ingram Dr. Sathyan V. Iyer Dr. Joshua B.E. Johannson Dr. Roderick Gray Johnson Dr. Lawrence R. Jones Dr. Michael Carmen Jones Dr. Pankaj Kumar Kashyap Dr. Edwin A. Keel Dr. Tommy R. Key Dr. Kent Calhoun Keys Dr. Michael B. Kline Dr. John McElroy Koors Dr. Thomas Kevin Lackey Dr. David Sidney Lewis Dr. Robert Henry Lokey Dr. Donald Craig Marshall Dr. Angela Michiko Martin Dr. Cyrus Herbert McCrimmon, Jr. Dr. Gaston Owen McGinnis Dr. Tamara Ann McIntosh Dr. Marilyn McRae Dr. Margaret K. Davenport Dr. Howard Elvin McVeigh Dr. Louis L. Di Valentin Dr. Vance Glenn Moore Dr. Davisson Jean Leandre Edmond Dr. Gary Herschel Morgan Dr. John Archibald Edwards, Jr. Dr. John Andrew Morrow Dr. David Stuart Emerson Dr. Maurice Lee Moskowitz Dr. William Joseph Ferguson, Jr. Dr. James Wilbur Mullis, Jr. Dr. Daniel Sherman Fockele Dr. Dorothy Karen Nelder Dr. Richard Lewis Foss Dr. Jose Macaraig Oblena Dr. Michael Gene Gaines Dr. Rohit G. Patel Dr. Robert Fuller Garner, III Dr. Charles W. Patterson Dr. Kishin Menghraj Gehi Dr. John Richard Payne Dr. George Marshall Gibbins Dr. Rodney C. Perry Dr. Jose Alberto Gonzalez-Castillo Dr. Michael Wayne Proctor Dr. Robert Eugene Grubbe Dr. Naresh S. Purohit Dr. Gordon Townsend Hardy Dr. Christopher Scott Randolph Dr. James Swann Hixon Dr. Clinton Michael Ray Dr. David Michael Hopper Dr. Gary Michael Ray

Dr. James M. Ready Dr. John Earl Reaves Dr. L. Braden Richmond, Jr. Dr. Morton S. Rickless Dr. Michael Thomas Robinson Dr. Donald C. Rosen Dr. Lawrence S. Rosen Dr. Charles Henry Sabens Dr. Mahomed Y. Salame Dr. Elliott Jordan Saltz Dr. Beatrice Lawrence Smith Dr. David Lee Smith Dr. Samuel Rushing Smith Dr. Rodney Vann Snead Dr. Ellen N. Spremulli Dr. Ty Keith Stansell Dr. J. Patrick Stewart Dr. Robert Edward Stone, III Dr. Roger Lee Stroud Dr. Timothy Bret Tabor Dr. William Hanna Talbot, Jr. Dr. Jacquline Ann Tessen Dr. Carla A. N. Thomas Dr. Duane Michael Tippets Dr. Duane D. Tippets Dr. Arthur Fulkerson Toole, III Dr. Jefferson M. Trupp Dr. Shailesh Upadhyay Dr. Pramod Aditya Vadlamani Dr. John F. Valente Dr. Kenneth Luckie Vandervoort Dr. Neal Dahl Van Marter Dr. Warren Lee Wallace Dr. James Edward West Dr. Michael Roger Wiedmer Dr. Gerald Guinness Woodruff, Jr. Dr. James Richard Yates Dr. J. Shan Young Dr. David Zinn


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Red Diamond Restaurant Tour 2013 continued

Jâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Wings Ice Cream Pre Wrapped ice cream sandwiches, Drum sticks, popsicles: 1 and 2 Dining Tickets

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Lindsey Hinkle - 10am Lindsey is back in the HBMC for the second year in a row bringing her unique song stylingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s and voice. She is a Calhoun County native who has opened up for Sugarland and Train. Lindsey is on Facebook and plays each Thursday at the Lone Star Steakhouse. She also has an EP called â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Enoughâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; which will be available at her performance. Matt Owens - 11am Daniel Hughes - 12pm I grew up in Mentone, Alabama where I started playing guitar at the age of twelve. Not long after I learned to play, I started writing songs and poetry while experimenting with different genres, from thrash metal to funk. I moved to Jacksonville to attend JSU in 2009, and in early 2011 I played P\ Ă&#x20AC;UVW VROR DFRXVWLF VKRZ DV D singer/songwriter. In 2012, I re-

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Can these ladies do all this by themselves? Of course not. But what they can do is to solicit caring people to volunteer, get them acclimated and comfortable with the task and send them on their way, knowing there is support if needed. They can make sure things run as smoothly as possiEOHDQGWKDWHDFKFOLHQW¡VVSHFLĂ&#x20AC;FQHHGVDUHPHW They can take the phone calls, rearrange schedXOHVWRĂ&#x20AC;WMXVWRQHPRUHSHUVRQRQDURXWH7KH\ can recruit a driver when emergencies arise for drivers at the last minute and even drive when no one can be found. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s kind of like housekeeping, a never-ending job, sometimes looking as if not much was done. But itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s important to our community, to our clients, and it will be important to  1RWRQO\GRWKHVHGLHWVSHFLĂ&#x20AC;FKRWDQGWDVW\ you if you become a part of this truly gratifying meals provide the physical nutrition needed by work. the homebound individuals, but the contact with people from the â&#x20AC;&#x153;outsideâ&#x20AC;? world is stimulating, There will always be people in need in many comforting, informative, spiritually uplifting and ways. Maggie and Joanne are determined to do even fun! Those delivering the meals hear from the clients how very grateful each meal recipi- all they can, with Godâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s help, to continue iment is for the service offered. Because Meals On proving and growing the work that Meals On Wheels helps them remain in their homes, each Wheels does. individual can retain a sense of independence, We would love to tell you more about Meals be surrounded by a lifetime of memories and not On Wheels. Call Maggie Freeman or Joanne feel burdensome to others. Pope at (256)237-4538 Maggie Freeman and Joanne Pope are Co Directors of the Meals On Wheels Program throughout our county. They have been job sharing for a short while, and to their delight, things are working out just great. May I give you just a few reasons why? Both these ladies are retired but found that, even with all they had going on in their lives, there was more they could do to give back. Having been volunteers with Meals On Wheels for years, this job was the perfect opening for them. Through the program, they see daily the needs that delivering these meals IXOĂ&#x20AC;OOLQVRPDQ\ZD\VWRVRPDQ\SHRSOHDQG they believe in what they are doing.

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Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve all heard that old adage, â&#x20AC;&#x153;if you want something done, give it to a busy person, and it will get done.â&#x20AC;? That is an apt description of the businesses volunteering for Meals On Wheels.

Business Systems, Inc Story:

If you know anything about Meals On Wheels, you might recognize the name Richard Pope. When asked what made his company, Business Systems, Inc., special to this community, Richardâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s response was succinct and humble; â&#x20AC;&#x153;I donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t really see our business as special to this community. Instead, I feel this community is special to us due to the fact that it has supported us since 1951 when my grandfather started Business Systems, Inc.â&#x20AC;? Richard further stated that his business is family oriented and strives to serve their customers in a manner that enables the customers to come to them with any need or concern. Trusting relationships are established between business and client from day one. And why do this business leader and his employees volunteer for Meals On Wheels and regularly show up week after week to deliver meals? The belief of Business Systems, Inc. is that God calls us all to serve those in need, and Meals On Wheels is one of

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the many community services that is in great need. He said, â&#x20AC;&#x153;It allows us to get You, too, can be a Meals On Wheels our minds off ourselves for an hour or Volunteer by calling Maggie Freeman so each week and focus on the great- or Joanne Pope at 256-237-4538. er needs of the ones who need assistance in getting the nourishment their Submitted by Maggie Freeman, Meals On lives need.â&#x20AC;? Richard also pointed out Wheels Co-Director

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The Faith Community Supports Meals On Wheels ALL SAINTS INTERFAITH CENTER OF CONCERN 1029 West 15th Street, Anniston (256) 236-7793 Kimberly Johnson, Director Hours of operation: 10 AM-3 PM Monday thru Friday www.centerofconcern.com ANNISTON FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 1400 Noble Street, Anniston (256) 236-5605 Pete Hawker & Amy DeWitte, Pastors Services @ 8:30 AM & 10:30 AM Sunday Sunday School @ 9:30 AM Sunday www.annistonfirst.org COLDwATER UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 181 Cecile Drive Oxford, AL 36203 Pastor: Mike Irons Phone: 1-256-375-0068 Sunday Services 9:00 A.M. Morning Worship 10:00 A.M. Sunday School 5:00 P.M. Bible Study FAIRVIEw HEIGHTS NORTHSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH 3827 George Street, Anniston (256) 237-1990 Chris Thomas, Pastor Services @ 10:00 AM & 6:00 PM Sunday Sunday School @ 9:00 AM Sunday www.fhnbc.org

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1701 Henry Road, Anniston (256) 237-5458 Reverend David Rice, Pastor Sunday Services @ 10:00 AM Nurturing Your Spirit @ 11:15 AM Sunday Sunday School @ 9:00 AM Wed. Night Supper/Program @ 5:30 PM www.fpcanniston.org GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH 1000 Leighton Avenue Anniston, AL 36207 The Rev. Dr. Lee Shafer, Priest www.graceanniston.org Phone: 256-236-4457 Sunday: Holy Eucharist Rite I........... 8:00 am Breakfast............................... 9:00 am Sunday School (All Ages)... 9:30 am Holy Eucharist Rite II ....... 10:30 am Nursery opens at 9:00 A.M. Tuesday: Men’s Bible Study/Breakfast7:00 am Carpenter Study Group .... 10:00 am Holy Eucharist & Healing 11:30 am Wednesday: Holy Eucharist .....................5:30 pm Supper ..................................6:15 pm Programs ..............................6:45 pm (all ages) and adult choir see calendar HAVEN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 114 West 17th Street, Anniston (256) 237-0943 Sunday School ....................9:30 AM Worship Service ..............11:00 AM

FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF OXFORD 216 Snow Street, Oxford (256) 831-3221 Chuck Worley, Pastor Services @ 10:30 AM Sunday Sunday School @ 9:15 AM Sunday Fellowship Supper/Program @ 5:30 PM Wednesday www.oxfumc.org

SACRED HEART OF JESUS CATHOLIC CHURCH 1301 Golden Springs Road, Anniston (256) 237-3011 Father Bryan Lowe, Pastor Mass @ 5:00 PM Saturday 9:00 & 11:00 AM Sunday 1:00 PM Sunday (Spanish) www.sacredheartanniston.org

MACEDONIA BAPTIST CHURCH 1030 Parkwood Drive Anniston, AL 36201 Phone: 256-237-6082 Pastor: Rev. Ross Reed “Known by its deeds and not just its word” Welcome All! Sunday Services: Sunday School ................... 9:30 a.m. (all ages: Children and Adults) Church.............................. 11:00 a.m.

SAINT CHARLES BORROMEO CATHOLIC CHURCH 308 Seventh Street Jacksonville, AL 36265 Phone: 256-435-3238 Fax: 256-435-4942 Pastor: Rev. James R. Macey, Ed.D. Services: Reconciliation: Every Saturday at 4:00 P.M. Mass: Saturdays: 5:00 P.M. Sundays: 11:00 A.M. Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays: 8:00 A.M. Wednesdays: 11:00 A.M. Children’s Religious Education: Wednesdays: 6:30-7:45 P.M.

PARkER MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH Twelfth and Quintard Church Office: 256-236-5628 Prayer Room: 256-236-1515 Dr. Mack Amis, Jr. Pastor Sunday Services: Casual Worship Service.... 8:15 a.m. Children’s Music & Arts .. 8:15 a.m. Small Group Bible Studies 9:30 a.m. Classic Worship Services 10:45 a.m. Children’s Worship.......... 10:45 a.m. Wednesday: Family Night Supper......... 5:00 p.m. Awana for Children........... 5:30 p.m. Preschool Activities .......... 5:30 p.m. Adult Prayer Time & Bible6:00 p.m. Study, Youth, Praise & Worship NURSERY PROVIDED FOR ALL SERVICES SUNDAY TELECASTS: SUNDAY SCHOOL ON CABLE 2 ..................... 9:30 a.m. Worship Service Live on Cable 2 ........................ 10:45 a.m. Week Delay on Cable 9... 11:00 a.m.

ST. JOACHIM CATHOLIC CHURCH Babbling Brook Road Piedmont, AL Pastor: Rev. James R. Macey, Ed.D. Mass: Sundays: 8:30 A.M. TEMPLE BETH EL 301 East 13th Street, Anniston (P.O. Box 1364, Anniston 362021364) (256) 236-9249 Rabbi David Baylinson Rabbi Irving Bloom

The religious organizations listed above want to thank their Meals on Wheels volunteers for making a difference in a homebound person’s life. Meals on Wheels thanks ALL drivers who contribute to the success of this ministry.


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Meals on Wheelsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Heroes Are Among Us

Two recipients of Meals on Wheels are World War II Veterans. One, Dewey Simmons, was drafted at the age of 18 and trained to be a medic at Camp Barclay in Texas. Later he was sent to Europe where he served as an ambulance driver taking wounded soldiers to aid centers or hospitals in France, Germany, and Austria. Even though a large

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red cross was painted on his helmet, the Germans would still shoot. The second WWII Veteran is Lodrect McDonald. After going through a selection process as an 18 year old at Fort McClellan, Alabama, Mr. McDonald trained in chemicals at Lodrect McDonald Dewey Simmons Camp Siebert in our meal recipients, each one a hero Gadsden, Alabama. He was You can meet these men and oth- in our eyes. in the 84th Chemical Warfare Unit in Italy where he was a er remarkable people by deliverYou can meet heroes too by volgunner on a mortar supporting ing meals on any one of 12 routes infantry troops. He did not be- throughout Calhoun County. Each unteering as a Meals On Wheels lieve it when he was told the wonderful person has a special sto- driver. Call Maggie Freeman or war had ended. ry to tell. Our hats are off to all of Joanne Pope at (256) 237-4538.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Does it cost to attend? Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s FREE to attend! Many of the activities for kids are free, including hands-on art, Anniston Museum booth, Scion KidZone Stage shows, and more. There is no admission charged to attend the general festival or to watch the action-packed bike races. What about food? Twelve local restaurants will be set up on Noble Street under tents at what we call the Red Diamond Restaurant Tour. They will be offering lunch and dinner for modest prices from 11am to 8pm. Dining tables will be placed in the street so you can dine outdoors and enjoy the festival. Red Diamond will offer their famous tea and lemonade. Pepsi will provide soft drink options. Please do not bring your own food to the festival, but plan to patronize these local restaurants. A portion of funds you spend on food and drink supports our donation to Relay for Life!

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event. Register in Classic on Noble on Saturday from noon to 4:30pm. Races start at 5!

What about the running race for adults? The adult running race has been moved to Saturday at 7:30am at the YMCA. Visit our web site and click on â&#x20AC;&#x153;YMCA 5Kâ&#x20AC;? for all the details and to register.

we promise! What about music? One of the dining areas is the Hot Blast Music CafĂŠ. This large tent will feature local and regional acts all day. You can sit and enjoy the music in the shade while you eat or while you rest your feet from festival walking!

What about the bike & running racIs this a family event? <HV.LGVDQGDGXOWVRIDOODJHVĂ&#x20AC;QGWKH es for kids? This is one of the most popular activifestival entertaining -

Anything different or exciting about this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s bike races? Yes! We have more Pro Menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s teams registered than ever before for the Sunny King Criterium, creating a 7:30pm race that you will not want to miss! The Scion KidZone has doubled in size and will not only cover one block of Noble, but will also stretch onto East 10th Street. We welcome several new restaurants to the Red Diamond Restaurant Tour. The bike races and surrounding festival will be streamed live on the internet from our event web site, as well as from www. velonews.com/live, an international cycling publication.

ties at the festival. Watching children from tricycle-age to 6th grade ride their bikes a few hundred yards and cross the actual Finish Line of the bike racecourse in front of the cheering crowd is priceless. The Mellow Mushroom Mad Dash running race has the same excitement. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a one-lap trot around the bike race course (.7 mile), with an exFLWLQJĂ&#x20AC;QLVKLQIURQWRIWKHFURZG7KH cost is $10 for each race, or $18 for ERWK7KHĂ&#x20AC;UVW.LGVZLOOUHFHLYHD custom t shirt and goodie bag for each

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