Here's what you saw on Good Day Alabama:
JEH JEH LIVE - Jeh Jeh worked out on this Exercise Monday! He joins us with Curtis Starks at EVO Be Fit. It is located at 2006 2nd Avenue North. Evo is a Boot camp style workout center with its own personal training program tailored to your goals while sharing the attention of your trainer with a few other clients. Curtis and his team work closely with each client to create an optimum workout based on your age, ability, physical condition and lifestyle. For more information, call 205-583-3000 log on to www.evobefit.com.
MOTHER'S DAY TECH IDEAS - The Consumer Technology Association shows off some of the latest hot tech products that make great gifts for mom. From connected devices to health and fitness trackers, see the tech devices that best fit your mom's lifestyle.
Laura Hubbard showed Mike:
Knomo London Leather Tote and power purse
iHome Bluetooth Vanity Mirror
olloclip 4-in-1 rose gold lens
Roku Streaming Stick
House of Marley Bluetooth Speaker
For more information, visit http://www.cta.tech.
MOMMY MINUTE - Angelica Headley never imagined her first-born daughter would have to spend three months in the NICU after she was born. But because of that expedience, Headley got involved with Footprints Ministry - started by a group of moms who had babies in the NICU. The dozen or so volunteers stuff care packages complete with a bible, blankets and some toiletries. They deliver these to Grand View, St. Vincent's, and Brookwood's NICUs the first Saturday of each month. Now they're gearing up for a huge baby shower at UAB's NICU on July 16th. They will have a prep day July 12th at 6pm at Church of the Highlands to see what all they have collected and what's left they need to purchase. You can drop off items at these three locations - Grille 29 at Brookwood Village, Lone Star in Trussville, & Cross Creek Baptist Church. For more information about the ministry, you can email Headley at email@example.com or visit their website http://footprintsministry.info/.
ASK THE GARDENER - Sandra Reaves of Josie Gladys Gardens took questions from viewers about their gardening needs. For more information, visit her Facebook page - it includes lots of pictures, tips, how-to videos, and info on veggie trials going on in the garden. It's a "real time, real life" look at home gardening and food preservation. You can find her at www.Facebook.com/JosieGladysGardens.