Russell Moore and IIIrd Tyme Out have made Fort Payne an annual stop for nearly two decades. 28 at the De Kalb Theatre for the annual appearance.

Bent Creek, a bluegrass act from Calhoun County, will open for the band.

Upon hearing the Griffins’ story, March of Dimes volunteer Linda Stiefel contacted them about being an ambassador family for De Kalb County’s March of Dimes campaign.

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"It's awful and horrible and terrifying," she said of the setting for those survivors.

"I want to be able to share that first-hand research, hearing the story from the person who lived those events." Eighth-grader Laura Ellen Rigdon said she was excited about her teacher's trip and hopes to expand what she learned from her summer assignment to read "The Devil's Arithmetic," a historical fiction novel published in 1988 by Jane Yolen.

Wheat has been at Wills Valley now for 10 years, and the more we talked — I had a committee with me — the more we felt like Mrs.

Wheat was the person we needed to continue the movement we had going at Wills Valley,” Fort Payne Superintendent Jim Cunningham said.

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"Every time I teach anything Holocaust-related, the students just have so many questions because they're introduced to Anne Frank in the sixth grade and they're just overwhelmed that something so atrocious actually happened," she said.

"There's a lot to learn." Woods said she will prepare for the trip by studying more about the Holocaust and readying herself for the emotional experience of talking with survivors the group will meet in Poland.

Laura Ellen said she wants to "hear everything about the whole experience, see the pictures, hear what the survivors told her.