Area Code 938 - Information about Alabama


Located in the southeast part of Alabama, Red Bay is a town on the banks of Lake Sam Rayburn, known for its fishing, boating and bird watching. Some of the most famous names that can be found here are: The Henry Ford Museum, Red Bay College, and a variety of discos and night clubs.

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"Murph" was Julius Murphy, the first native born American to receive the Nobel Prize in Literature. "He who drives a crab or walks the boards, makes his own laws," said Murphy. This quote can be seen proudly displayed in the famous Elvis Presley's tattoo.

Sanibel Island: California is home to many famous names such as: Ronald Reagan, Marilyn Monroe, and even the beautiful Santa Barbara city. Today, it is one of the best tourist destinations in the United States.

Lee Dutton moved to Red Bay, Alabama with his family in 1884. He worked as a welder and, later, as a carpenter. Many who live in Alabama remember him as the love of their life, the little boy that walked into work every morning.

Tuscaloosa: The University of Alabama has many different cultures that have built a long and proud tradition of excellence. This includes football, baseball, tennis, softball, women's lacrosse, gymnastics, men's basketball, baseball, softball, golf, tennis, bowling, and track and field. For many who are looking for the ultimate in football, you can't go wrong at Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

Elmore: The town of Elmore was founded in 1865. It was a planned community, built on what is now known as Tuscaloosa County's Eastside Trail.

Godfrey: Godfrey was originally named Northville. In the mid-1800s, the area became known as the Hill Country.

Before graduation, I graduated from Tuskegee University with a Bachelors Degree in Finance. That's what I call the hard way. What a way to graduate!