Fred Hunter - "Absolutely Alabama"

Fred Hunter will be speaking at MFBC on Thursday, August 10th at 11am. Fred is well known for his televised series Absolutely Alabama, which features events and people around Alabama and may be seen locally Friday night at 10:35 p.m. on WBRC FOX6. 

Absolutely Alabama website,  Facebook, and Twitter

 

Tickets are required and must be purchased before Sunday, August 6th.
Tickets are $5 and include a catered BBQ lunch.

Tickets are available from Ann Parker, Darlene Smitherman, or Pat Turner.


​WBRC First Alert Meteorologist Fred Hunter was born in Alabama in the historic town of Ft. Payne. He has lived, attended school, raised his family and worked in the South all his life.

A graduate of Fyffe High School, Fred went on to attend college at the University of Alabama. He finished with undergraduate and graduate degrees in Broadcast-Film, Journalism and Public Relations. Fred then graduated from the meteorology program at Mississippi State University and became certified by the National Weather Association.

Prior to his position at WBRC, Fred worked in Austin, Texas, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and in Tuscaloosa.

Fred has called WBRC home since 1997. He is married to the former Ivy Jean Bullard, a native of Sylacauga.  Together they have four girls, Stephanie, Stacey, Katherine and Rebecca.

Fred also produces Absolutely Alabama, a show with stories about people, places and things from, about or related to his home state

 

Date: 
Thursday, August 10, 2017 - 11:00am

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