Tag Archives: Ashland

Museum on Main Street is heading to Ashland

ASHLAND – Ashland is the next destination point for an historic traveling exhibit from Washington, D.C. that begins Nov. 2 and runs through Christmas Day. A ribbon cutting ceremony will be held at 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 2, at the Old Adams Drugstore on the square in downtown Ashland. In conjunction with the exhibit, the […]

John E. Rochester Appointed 2013 AHF Board Chair

On January 1, 2013, John E. Rochester of Ashland, Alabama began his term as Chairman of the Board of the Alabama Humanities Foundation succeeding Jim Noles. Judge Rochester recently retired as the Presiding Circuit Judge for Alabama’s 40th Judicial Circuit and served as Executive Director on an interim basis during 2012. For many years Judge […]

Judge John Rochester receives first Wayne Greenhaw service award

Judge John Rochester, of Ashland, received the first Wayne Greenhaw Service to Humanities Award at today’s Alabama Humanities Awards luncheon, at The Club in Birmingham. Rochester, a retired Circuit Court Judge from Alabama’s 40th Judicial Circuit, served earlier this year as the volunteer interim executive director of AHF. He also serves as vice-chair of the […]