Saturday, July 31, 2010
On Friday July 30, 2010 the CME Church of Gurley, Alabama Vacation Bible School visited the Scottsboro Boys Museum and Cultural Center. There were 14 young people and adults who made the trip to Scottsboro to learn about the Scottsboro Boys Case and how the case relates to our legal system and race relations in the United States today.
Wednesday, July 14, 2010
Vineyard Theater Play Bill, an original may be seen at the Scottsboro Boys Museum signed by cast members of the play.
Currently playing at the Vineyard Theater is the controversial play about the Scottsboro Boys Case. This is a minstrel style musical, for more information go to http://www.vineyardtheatre.org/show-the-scottsboro-boys.html . Information about the play at the Lyceum Theater begining in October of 2010 http://www.scottsboromusical.com/ .
Thursday, July 8, 2010
Scout Troop 65 from Monroe, Louisiana pose for a group picture, a group of fine young people and leaders.
Scout Troop 65 on the bus heading to Atlanta. Scout Master Rev. Roosevelt Wright is seated front right in the picture. Before Atlanta they will stop at Unclaimed Baggage.
Ms. Sheila Washington, Scottsboro Boys Museum and Scottsboro/Jackson County Multi-cultural Heritage Foundation Chairperson.
Many Thanks to the Chairperson of the Jackson County Commission, Ms. Sadie Bias, State Representative John Robinson, Scottsboro Mayor Melton Potter and Chamber of Commerce Tourism Director for making presentations and welcoming Scout Troop 65 to Scottsboro.
Part of Troop 65 young ladies and future leaders of Monroe, Louisiana.
Mayor Potter and Ms. Washington speak to some of the Scout Group.
Scout Troop 65 from Monroe, Louisiana visited the Scottsboro Boys Museum Tuesday July 6th. The Scout Troop's knickname is the Time Travelers and is a co-ed Troop of Explorer Scouts.
Rev. Roosevelt Wright is the Scout Master and stated that the book “The Children of Panther Burn" created interest for the trip to Scottsboro.