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    Why Do Huntsville Teachers Need Your Help?


    It may be hard to believe, but school is back in session! With that being said, school supplies have been on my mind during the last few weeks as I’ve been preparing my daughters for back-to-school. While shopping, I was reminded that not all children have the resources to purchase new school supplies.

    We are joined today by Huntsville’s first lady, Eula Battle, to talk about the Free 2 Teach Program. It all started when Eula, a 31-year teaching veteran, was doing some charity work and noticed an enormous box of school supplies that were donated. This planted the seed in her head to start a nonprofit where she was able to help teachers and students alike. It started with a box in her garage, and is now a 10,000 sq. ft. warehouse. 

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    Many people don’t realize this, but teachers spend a significant amount of money out of their own expenses for their classrooms. Contrary to popular belief, tax dollars don’t cover a lot of this, and many teachers are forced to spend between $500 and $1500 out of their own pocket on school supplies. We need to do more as a community to help these teachers, because they are preparing our children for the future. We wouldn’t ask a fireman to provide his own hose, would we?

    At the Free 2 Teach warehouse, they have a large retail store where teachers can come in and get what they need. The supply depends on the demand, but also on the community to participate. When this happens, they are able to buy more supplies in bulk at a discount.

    Some of the most needed supplies right now include markers, colored pencils, crayons, pencils, rulers, folders, composition notebooks, and copy paper.

    If you’d like to donate to this worthwhile cause, there are a lot of ways to do that. You could make a check out to “Free 2 Teach” or you can visit their website at and there is a donate button right there. You can donate year-round too, as school supplies tend to get more and more expensive as we get towards the end of the year.

    Caring about our community is deeply embedded in our values. That being said, we are hosting a supply drive for Free 2 Teach at both of our offices. We will be collecting supplies in both Madison and Huntsville from now until September 1st. Our offices are located at:

    Huntsville: 900 Merchants Walk Suite A 35801

    Madison: 12090 County Line Rd Suite M 35756

    If you have any questions for us, don’t hesitate to reach out. We would love to hear from you!


    This Week’s Closings,


    Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meade

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    Mr. and Mrs. Zeezrom Fisk

    Ms. Macy Gibbs

    Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Harris

    Mr. and Mrs. Eric Garrison

    Ms. A’Shawn Mitchell

    Mr. Benjamin Brinkmoeller

    Mr. and Mrs. William Smith

    Mr. and Mrs. Brent Atkinson

    Ms. Margaret Benefield

    Ms. Edrienna Koerber

    Mr. Phillip Nesmith

    Mr. and Mrs. John Abel

    Ms. Betsy Colman

    Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Langston

    Mr. and Mrs. Brian Hite

    Ms. Lacreisha Davis

    Mr. David Waring

    Ms. Caroline Swope

    Ms. Leigh Kamm

    Mr. and Mrs. Cody White

    Mr. Lane Oglesby

    Mr. Fredrick Marshall

    Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Hill

    Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Elliott

    Mr. Scott Lowe

    Mr. and Mrs. Neil Sutherland

    Mr. and Mrs. James Knox

    Mr. and Mrs. Joel Jaqubino

    Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Sterling

    Ms. Courtney Carter

    Mr. and Mrs. Adam Rohrer

    Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Whitehead

    Mr. and Mrs. Michael O’lena

    Mr. and Mrs. Austin Lovelace

    This Week’s New Listings

    For Sale:

    105 Hickory Hill Road, $255,00027644 Quail Circle, $349,900133 Bridge Arbor Lane, $300,000117 Southern Oaks Drive, $279,000416 Cydebank Drive, $259,000

    17 Walnut Cove BLVD, $312,000

    2025 Stanhope Drive, $119,000

    1927 Wrenwood Drive, $215,000

    209 Waxmyrtle Drive, $175,000

    3904 Telstar Circle, $59,900

    1302 Lowell Drive, $375,000

    53 Slaten Drive, $389,900

    240 Mountain Lane, $498,900

    621 Beth Road, $489,900

    90 Chase Drive, $320,000

    221 Shadow Court, $129,900

    106 Hornet Court, $149,000

    312 Raven Crest Drive, $232,500

    218 Valleyside Drive, $113,900

    1802 Pettus Circle, $147,500

    15019 Leafmore Drive, $236,900

    6510 Willow Springs BLVD, $150,000

    166 Rainbow Glen Circle, $362,500

    14943 Bay Hill Ave, $169,900

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