Majority Leader Clay Scofield and Dr. Joe Whitmore were delighted to host Governor Kay Ivey and Chancellor Jimmy Baker to unveil plans for a Career and Technical Training Center in Marshall County that will be a part of Snead State Community College.
2022 Marshall County Legislative Photos
Senator Clay Scofield and Representative Wes Kitchens toured Arab Primary School Pre-K and Brindley Mountain Pre-K programs on Tuesday, November 30th. "Access to quality Pre-K is a top priority," said Kitchens. This tour included representatives from Arab City Schools and Marshall County Schools along with members of the Alabama Department of Early Childhood Education to discuss many issues including ways to continue the expansion of Alabama's nationally recognized First Class Pre-K program.
Photo includes Sen. Scofield, Dr. Barbara Cooper with Dept of Early Childhood Education, Rep. Kitchens and Arab Superintendent Dr . Johnny Berry.
Delegation head shots
Senator Scofield attends the 2021 Arab High School JROTC Military Ball
Decorated Marshall County Native honored as new bridge located on Alabama Highway 205 near Rabbittown is named in his honor.
Local officials and industry leaders gathered at the Sand Mountain Park and Amphitheater on Thursday, May 13, 2021 to honor industrial accomplishments and growth.
Marshall County Legislative photos
A tour, organized by Senator Clay Scofield, brought leaders from ADECA and AIDT to Marshall County to tour Educational areas and workforce training plans in August.
Senator Scofield was honored to participate in the opening ceremony for the 2020 Boaz Harvest Festival. In addition to that honor, Sen. Scofield was able to honor his long time friend, Beecher Hyde.
Congratulations Beecher on a well deserved award!
Senator Scofied and Representative Kitchens presented Guntersville Mayor Leigh Dollar a check for $10,000 at the Lake Guntersville Chamber of Commerce's State of the City breakfast on January 23, 2019. This check is to assist the Guntersville Fire Department with dive gear purchases used in search and rescue efforts.
The Arab Chamber of Commerce held their annual Legislative Breakfast on February 6th at the Old Greenhouse in Arab, AL. Senator Scofield, Representative Kitchens, and Representative Shedd were in attendance and spoke with the crowd of Chamber members, business leaders and elected officials.
Congratulations and well done to new Arab Chamber President Brooke Hemphill on her first event.
People and Events
Photos of events.