Delcamp is professor of music and University Organist and Choirmaster at The University of the South in Sewanee, Tenn. He is organist of All Saints’ Episcopal Chapel on the university campus, where he directs the university choir.
has toured extensively throughout the United States, as well as in England, Germany, and Luxembourg. His recordings for the Naxos label include three volumes in the Organ Encyclopedia series of the complete organ works of Marcel Dupré and solo CDs of organ music by Camille Saint-Saëns, Alexandre Guilmant, and Charles-Marie Widor.
The Church of St. Michael and All Angels is located at 1000 West 18th Street in Anniston. This concert is free and opened to the public. Call 256-237-4011.
Third annual Lee Fite Memorial Gold Tournament, sponsored by the ladies of the Steel Magnolias Breast Cancer Support Group, is to be Sat., Apr. 21 at Pine Hills Golf Course. Lunch served by the ladies at noon. Shotgun start will be at 1 p.m. Door prizes to be give. Monetary awards for first and second flight winners will be presented. Buster Miles of Heflin will award a $10,000 prize toward the purchase of a new car for a hole in one. Call 256-463-7620 or 256-831-5137.
The indoor “Hooping it up to Help Health Fair” is to be from 1-4 p.m. on Sat., Apr. 21, at the Friendship Community Center, 2930 County Road 306, Oxford. The Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind Senior Services and New Beacon Hospice of Anniston are sponsors. The event features a free-throw competition for seniors and four teams of vendors will face off in a basketball tournament. Proceeds benefit the Oxford Senior Center. Guests will have access to health screenings, community education, refreshments, door prizes and more. Contact Tabitha Royal at 256-761-2740 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Upcoming events at Oxford’s Park and Recreation Department include the Calhoun County Commission Fishing Classic on May 3 at Oxford Lake, the 10th Annual Kiwanis Open Car Show on May 12 and the Senior Dance at Bynum Community Center on May 18. Call 256-831-2660.
• Oxford Sun columnist, author/speaker, Alice G. Duckett, kick off program/autograph party today, “Discover your Family History and Earn Badges” 6 p.m., to the Jacksonville Brownie Scout Troop No. 151, First United Methodist Church, 109 Gayle St., Jacksonville, contact Kristen Skinner at email@example.com for more information.
• “Make money, while saving money,” free seminar, 1-2 p.m., Oxford Western Sizzlin’ conference room. Speaker is to be author and Lovetta Hunter-Oche of Atlanta.
• Civil War Reenactment, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at Janney Furnace Memorial Park. Free admission. Park at Ohatchee High School. Free shuttle to the park. Reenactment battles begin at 2 p.m. Bring lawn chairs. Food available at booths with prices to be displayed. The Confederate and Native American Museum will be open at no charge. Call 256-310-3910.
• Register for the Woodstock 5K, a RRCA National 5K Championship. Slots will be filled on a first-come, first-serve basis. Cost before July 10 is $25, after is $30. Teams must register by July 25. Kidstock 1 mile run/walk registration is $12 before July 10, $15 after. Kid’s Corral is $5. The race is Aug. 3-4. Visit www.annistonrunners.com for schedule of events, other information. Call 256-310-0830.
• Coach Vince Dooley and his wife Barbara will speak at the Botanical Gardens Benefit Luncheon at 11:30 on Fri., Apr. 27 at the Gardens Building at the end of Museum Drive at Lagarde Park. Tickets are on sale now. Members or paver-brick owners pay $50 each. Non-members pay $100. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
• Terrapin Creek Clean-up Day, between 9-10 a.m. Saturday, sponsored by The Redneck Yacht Club Canoe and Kayak Rentals of Piedmont. Free boats for those who come, or bring your own. The club will provide garbage bags. A cook-out will be after the clean-up. Call 256-504-8690. Visit Facebook site for directions.
• Cheaha Good Sams, which meets in Oxford, would like to invite all Good Samers to the spring Samboree. The Samboree will be at the Peanut Festival Fairgrounds in Dothan, Apr. 19th-22 nd. To make reservations, check the website www.alabamagoodsams.org or go to the Cheaha website at www.cheahasams.weebly.com. You can also call the Cheaha chapter president,Charlie Owen at 256-237-4098. Come on down and enjoy the hospitality, food and fellowship with other Good Samers.
• Persephone Garden Club invites Oxford residents to its Spring Plant Sale from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. on Fri., Apr. 20 at First Presbyterian Church, 1701 Henry Rd., Anniston. Call (256)330-0508.
• Jazz, Dancing, Coffee & Desserts, 6 p.m., Fri., Apr. 20. Evening of coffee, desserts and the best Big Band and Jazz The Jacksonville High School Jazz Band and the King of Swing Band. First United Methodist Church in 109 Gayle Ave SW. Jacksonville. Tickets at the door — $12/person or $20/couple. Proceeds and Tax-Deductible donations benefit the Clyde P. Cox Memorial Fund to provide musical instruments for students. Visit www.thegoldeneagleband.org.
• Free orchid lecture and a sale by the North Alabama Rare Plant Society on “The Cream of the Crops: Top Picks” by Scott McMahan of McMahan’s Nursery in Georgia at 11 a.m., Tues, Apr. 24 at First Presbyterian Church, 1701 Henry S., Anniston. Silent auction viewing/bidding. Free lunch at noon. Reservations are required. RSVP to 256-832-2227 or email: email@example.com/ 256-236-4842 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org Deadline for reservations is April 19th.
• The Third Annual Lee Fite Memorial Golf Tournament, sponsored by ladies of the Steel Magnolias Breast Cancer Support Group, is to be Sat., Apr. 21 at Pine Hills Golf Course. Shotgun Start will be a 1 p.m. Lunch is to be served by the Steel Magnolias ladies beginning at noon. Door prizes. Monetary Awards for first and second flight winners. Buster Miles of Heflin will award $10,000 toward the purchase of a new vehicle from Buster Miles of Heflin for the contestant with a verified “hole in one”. Call Jimmy Taylor at 256-463-7620 or Chuck Trull 256-831-5137.
• Plant sale of Calhoun County Master Gardener/Tree Amigos Program is to be at 8-11 a.m. on Sat., April 21 at Cane Creek Community Gardens at McClellan. Unique perennials for sun and shade, trees and shrubs will be available. The fundraiser benefits the Coosa Valley Attention Home. Call 256-237-1621.
• The White Plains Alumni Asso., is to have its annual banquet at Harmony Baptist Church in Choccolocco at 5 p.m., Sat., Apr. 21. Speaker is Coach Richard Madden. Reservations necessary. Call 256-237-3219. Donations are being sought for the scholarship presentations. Call 256-236-8780 or 256-447-7563.
• Free lecture by Jacksonville State University’s Harry Holstein of the archeology department, will speak on “Stone Structure Sites on Chocolocco Mountain” from noon-1 p.m., Wed., Apr. 25, at Cane Creek Community Garden at McClellan. Bring your own lunch.
• Oxford Quarterback Club will have it’s annual spring banquet fundraiser at 6:30 p.m. on Apr. 27 in the Oxford High School Sports Arena (gym). Tickets are $100, which admits two people and gives them a chance to win $10,000. Food is to be provided by Classic on Noble. Proceeds go to various sports and scholarships for Oxford City School students. Call 256-835-1188.
• Terrapin Tri-County Adventure Race. Chief Ladiga Trail Campground, Sat., Apr. 28. Enjoy trail running, creek paddling and biking. Vicit alabamascenicrivertrail.com/events/.
• Spring Golf Classic, sponsored by the White Plains Over-the-Hill Gang, will be Sat., Apr. 28. Register soon by calling 256-310-4000, 256-435-2483, 256-499-0207 or 256-237-2633. Cost is $50 per person, ($150 per team), Mulligan are $10. 7 a.m. sign-in, 8 a.m. shot gun. Lunch provided. Fee also includes green fee, cart fee, practice balls at range, longest drive contest, closest to pin contest and door prizes. Team prizes will be awarded, $300 top prize.
• Hobson City Public Library is seeking volunteers to assist with the play “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow is Enuf.” The play will be on May 12-13. Call Donna or Fred at 256-831-7069.