2205 Graham Avenue SW
Thank you to all of you that joined us at our Christmas Open House. We enjoyed visiting with each of you. Also, thank you for all of the donations to First Priority's Clothe Our Kids. We had many, many pairs of tennis shoes to take to them along with over $2,000 in donations. Your donations were able to sponsor 70 kids through their Adopt A Box drive. Thank you so much for your generosity.
On Thursday, September 29, 2022, we were excited to have our Annual Lunch & Learn event at Burningtree Country Club after not being able to have it for the past couple of years due to Covid concerns. Our clients and their guests had a plated lunch and then listened to our speaker, Mr. Reed Nitto from First Trust Portfolios. His presentation was entitled "The Bumpy Road to Recovery". The lovely table arrangements were given away as door prizes.
We thank everyone that came and look forward to seeing you at our next event!
Caroline Thompson graduated from Decatur Heritage Christian Academy on Friday, May 20, 2022. She plans to attend Samford University in the fall. We are so proud of you and your accomplishments and look forward to watching your future unfold!
Anna received her Bachelor of Science degree from Auburn University on May 7, 2022. She majored in Animal Science.
Trace graduated cum laude from the University of Alabama on May 6, 2022, with a Bachelor of Science degree. He majored in Corporate Finance. He will be returning to the university in the fall to pursue a Master of Science degree with a concentration in Family Financial Planning and Counseling with plans to obtain the Certified Financial PlannerTM certification.
We held our annual golf tournament at TP Country Club in Cullman on Friday, April 22, 2022. We had a gorgeous day, 110 golfers, lots of food, several prizes given away and tons of laughs!
Tracy and Richard made the decision to cancel the Annual Ladies’ Valentine Luncheon for 2022. We always enjoy this special event with our widow clients and their guests, but due to the number of COVID-19 cases in our area at that time, we felt it best not to gather at a restaurant. Since we were not able to meet in person, we decided to order flowers for each lady. Several florists in North Alabama helped us by delivering flowers to each lady on Valentine's Day. We hope they felt special and were reminded that we care about each one of them. Below are just a few pictures of the flowers that were delivered.