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AMANDA G. SCOTT, CPA Revenue Commissioner - Morgan County, Alabama The Revenue Commissioner is elected by the people of Morgan County for a six year term and is responsible for the mapping, appraising, assessing, and collecting of ad valorem taxes as levied by the government. The office collects approximately 70 million dollars annually. Since my election in 1996, I have made every effort to serve you and simplify the process of ad valorem property tax for the citizens of Morgan County. To accomplish this goal, our website offers online property tax data, tax maps, and online payment services to the public. We have satellite offices in Hartselle and Lacey’s Spring for your convenience. I appreciate the support and trust you have placed in me as Revenue Commissioner of Morgan County. It is my goal and privilege to continue to serve you, and I look forward to every opportunity to make a difference for you and Morgan County. Thank you,

AGE 65 OR OLDER

If you are 65 years of age or disabled, you may qualify for an exemption which will result in a decrease of your property tax. Please call our office for further information.

TAX SALE Each May, tax delinquent property is auctioned off to the highest bidder in front of the Morgan County Courthouse in Decatur, Alabama. Tax sale property is advertised during the month of April. Go to our website, www. morgancountyrevenue.com, to view a list of delinquent properties.

HOW TO CONTACT US Appraisal Division Assessment Division Collection Division

256-351-4694 256-351-4690 256-351-4691

Mapping Division Business Personal Property Board of Equalization

256-351-4698 256-351-4862 256-351-4674

Phone: 256-351-4690 Fax: 256-351-4699 • ascott@co.morgan.al.us Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. Morgan County Courthouse 302 Lee Street, NE Second Floor Decatur, AL 35601

Hartselle Satellite Office 241 Highway 31, SW Crestwood Shopping Center Suite 10 Hartselle, AL 35640

Lacey’s Spring Satellite Office 423 Union Hill Road Somerville, AL 35670 Mon.-Thurs. 6:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

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Mailing Address Amanda G. Scott, CPA Revenue Commissioner P.O. Box 696 Decatur, AL 35602


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Rachel Howard Sam Roberts Marketing

Anna Baker

Terri Haston Eddie Johns

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Becky Spivey

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The Hartselle Visitors & Newcomers

Guide is published annually by Hartselle Newspapers, LLC., P.O. Box 929,

Hartselle, AL 35640. The magazine

Contents 5 6 9 10 11

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Welcome All About Us Elected Officials Economic Development Important Numbers Property Taxes Getting Connected Hartselle Police Department Hartselle Fire & Rescue Hartselle City Schools Parks and Recreation Hartselle Farmers Market Morgan County Emergency Shelters Business & Restaurant Directory Church Directory

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is available year-round through the

Hartselle Chamber of Commerce and other high traffic locations in Morgan

County. To obtain additional copies, call the HNL office

at 256-773-6566 or email

news@hartselleenquirer.com. Please email

advertise@hartselleenquirer.com for advertising inquires. Copyright 2021

by Hartselle Newspapers LLC. ON THE COVER: Cedrick and Heather Wallace and their children Gigi, Miya, Zamora and Morgan are a Hartselle family. Cedrick works for the Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services where he teaches people with disabilities how to drive. Heather serves as the executive worship pastor at Life Church. The Wallace children are students at Hartselle City Schools. Cover photo by Ash Rob Photography


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When one begins to put words together about the City of Hartselle, the first step is deciding where to begin. When you have lived in the same town for your entire life, it is at times difficult to share with others the great number of things that make Hartselle the wonderful place it has, is and continues to be. I always have the tendency to go back and use the example of Hartselle is a place where folks address, or as we in the South say, speak to you on the sidewalk. We will still hold doors open for you if we are entering or exiting a building. Even if we do not know you, most of the folks who call Hartselle home will share their smile and welcome when meeting someone in the grocery isle or in line at one of the stores here in the city. Hartselle uses the phrase ‘City of Southern Hospitality’ and even into the 21st century I believe that phrase is still prevalent and true of most folks that call Hartselle home. “How are y’all doing?” is a phrase that many will address you with when running into someone, not with your car, but as you are out and about in most areas of Hartselle. Hospitality is defined as the friendly and generous reception and entertainment of guests, visitors or even strangers. Added to that definition, being southern means we probably may go a little overboard in welcoming folks. I think here in the South many believe and live by the golden rule to “do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” Hartselle was founded in 1870 and named after George Hartsell. After 150 years the city is still home to many generations of folks who have called Hartselle home. Today however, Hartselle is now home to many who have recently moved in or planning to move here and settle. In fact, the city is currently experiencing one of the largest growth spurts ever in new housing construction. There are currently more than 600 possible building lots that will become home to many who are choosing to move to Hartselle. There are many reason folks choose to stay in Hartselle, move back after college or other training, or make the transition to Hartselle. At the top of the list is the quality of life that is available here. Hartselle City Schools is a jewel in the crown of Hartselle. Award winning, highly achieving academically and ranked in the top 10 to 15 schools in the state, year after year. Just this year Hartselle was the only high school in Morgan County to increase ACT scores and one of two in the state to hold in session instruction during the 202021 school year. Academies that prepare each student for college or careers, including vocational training is top tier for the administration, teachers and staff. Talented sports teams also have Hartselle known as a contender in the entire state. With a low crime rate, folks feel the safety that is offered in Hartselle. They show this by the support and recognition of our police and fire departments. Ranked in the top 10 safest cities in the state, encourages folks to choose Hartselle to live, work and raise their families. Hartselle also offers recreation facilities not seen in many cities our size. An Olympic size pool at the Aquatic Center, along with a splash pad, is used frequently in the summer months. Well maintained athletic fields for baseball, football, soccer, and softball, for all ages are also a sought-after commodity for those who call our city home. Downtown Hartselle is also still a draw for those who live here or come to visit. With shops, restaurants, and other amenities, many are drawn to this area as well. Continued improvements to the downtown area are planned to encourage more folks to visit this area and spend time there. Hartselle is also a very strong faith-based community. Home to most denominations and several non-denominational churches, each seeking to share the gospel and support the community. Hartselle is proud to be a city that still offers the small-town community feeling, where folks speak to you on the streets and are always willing to help when needs arise, while offering the services that the citizens have come to expect and deserve. My door is always open, and our sidewalks are as well. If anyone associated with the City of Hartselle can serve your needs or answer any questions, please feel to call, or stop by.

Randy A. Garrison Mayor City of Hartselle Hartselle Visitors & Newcomers Guide 5


All about us THE LAND Situated on the edge of the Cumberland Plateau and the Highland Ridge, Hartselle is located along Interstate 65 within the Decatur Metropolitan Area. Hartselle is 35 miles from Huntsville, the center of the second-largest metropolitan area in Alabama, and is the second-largest city in Morgan County. Latitude: 34:44:34

BIRMINGHAM

70 miles NASHVILLE

ATLANTA, GA.

126

191 miles

miles

MOBILE

Longitude: 86:93:53

DISTANCE FROM: Huntsville – 35 miles Florence – 49 miles Birmingham – 70 miles Nashville, Tenn. – 126 miles Montgomery – 164 miles Atlanta, Ga. – 191 miles Memphis, Tenn. – 201 miles Gulf Shores – 293 miles Mobile – 321 miles Savannah, Ga. – 375 miles New Orleans, La. – 411 miles 6 Hartselle Visitors & Newcomers Guide

FLORENCE

49 miles

Distances were estimated using Google Maps with downtown Hartselle as a starting point.

321

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WEATHER

Average High A verage Low

January 49° 28° February 54° 31° March 63° 39° April 72° 46° May 79° 54° June 86° 63° July 90° 67° August 89° 65° September 84° 59° October 73° 46° November 63° 38° December 53° 31°

Hartselle experiences primarily mild and pleasant weather all year. Four months, December through March, account for about 43 percent of the normal annual precipitation. Severely cold weather seldom occurs. In the transition from winter to spring, appearances of warm moist air in place of the cold air become more frequent, and the greatest variety of weather usually occurs during this season. The average date for the last occurrence of freezing temperatures in the spring is late March, and the average date for the first freeze is late October.

Source NOAA

FEMALE 49.6%

AGE BREAKDOWN

MALE 50.4% MORGAN COUNTY

POPULATION 119,679

Under 5 years 5%

6-18 years 22.4%

19-64 years 53.6%

65 years and older 17.4%

Demographics from the 2020 estimated U.S. Census

PERCENTAGE OF GRADUATES

92% Morgan County land area: 579.34 square miles People per square mile in the county: 206.3

26.9%

High school graduates

Bachelor’s degree or higher

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Art Gallery and Frame Shop 123 Main St. W. in Historic Downtown Hartselle www.mainstreetwestgallery.com Main Street West proudly hosts works of art from local as well as internationally known artists. The gallery also carries a variety of unique lamps, French Rigaud candles, and sculpture, all of which transform your home or office from pretty to extraordinary by adding to the overall atmosphere. Experts in framing, the gallery can preserve and showcase your most cherished memories. Co-owners Cynthia and Laura firmly believe that art is meant to make you happy, or evoke emotion, every time you see it. They invite you to visit the gallery, leave the ordinary behind, and find what inspires you. Find what you love and make it your own.

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With unsurpassed creativity and service: Main Street West wants to make your space happy.


The City of Hartselle uses a mayor-council form of government. Five council members and the mayor are elected at large to four-year terms.

Dwight Tankersley Randy Garrison Kenny Thompson Council Place 2 Mayor Council Place 1 rgarrison@hartselle.org kthompson@hartselle.org dtankersley@hartselle.org

Charles “Chuck” Gil Council Place 3 cgill@hartselle.org

Virginia Alexander Council Place 4 valexander@hartselle.org

Ken Doss Council Place 5 kdoss@hartselle.org

State Representative District 9: Scott Stadthagen, R-Hartselle, 256-606-6028

The Morgan County Commission comprises a commission chairman elected at large and four commissioners who are elected in districts. They serve four-year terms.

State Senator District 3: Arthur Orr, R-Decatur, 256-260-2147

• Commission Chairman: Ray Long, rlong@co.morgan.al.us

U.S. Representative District 5: Mo Brooks, R-Huntsville, 256-355-9400

• District 1: Jeff Clark, jclark@co.morgan.al.us

U.S. Senator: Richard Shelby, R, 256-772-0460

• District 2: Randy Vest, rvest@co.morgan.al.us

U.S. Senator: Tommy Tuberville, R, 334-523-7424

• District 3: Don Stisher, dstisher@co.morgan.al.us

Governor: Kay Ivey, R, 334-242-7100

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NEW & EXPANDING INDUSTRIES IN MORGAN COUNTY During fiscal year 2019-20, Morgan County companies announced 17 expansions/equipment upgrades, some which remain confidential, for a total of $301,839,500 in capital investment and 91 new jobs. Morgan County is a consistent leader in Alabama in existing industry expansions and is currently home to 143 industries, including 12 Fortune 500 companies and 6 Global 500 companies. TOTALS FOR New Companies: 1 TOTAL Investment & Jobs:

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EXPANDING COMPANIES AlphaPet Chemtrade Solutions LLC Daikin America Daikin America Hartselle Plywood & Lumber J & M Signs Nucor Steel OCI Alabama Valley Rubber Yates Industries

INVESTMENT JOBS $ 2,625,000 0 $ 500,000 0 $ 195,510,000 50 $ 30,000,000 0 $ 12,000 2 $ 158,000 2 $ 102,335,000 0 $ 5,250,000 3 $ 300,000 15 $ 3,699,510 15

CITY Decatur Decatur Decatur Decatur Hartselle Decatur Decatur Decatur Falkville Decatur

*TOTAL EXPANSIONS: 18 *TOTAL Investment & Jobs: $ 373,046,510 *MORGAN COUNTY TOTALS: 19 $ 377,256,510

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*Due to confidentiality, some jobs and investment figures are not included individually, but the final totals reflect all.

17 EXPANSIONS IN MORGAN COUNTY $301,839,500 INVESTED IN MORGAN COUNTY

91 NEW JOBS IN MORGAN COUNTY

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Important numbers MORGAN COUNTY COURTHOUSE

302 Lee St. NE Decatur, AL 35601 256-351-4600

COUNTY OFFICES

All numbers, unless otherwise notated, have a 256 area code. ABC Board............................ 334-271-3840 U.S. Rep. Robert Aderholt...........734-6043 Agricultural Service Center..........773-6541 Alabama Cooperative Extension.......................................773-2549 Animal Control..............................773-2934 Archives.........................................351-4726 Board of Education.......................309-2100 Board of Registrars.......................351-4660 U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks.....................355-9400 Circuit Court: • Circuit and District...................351-4790 • Deputy Clerk............................351-4649 • Criminal/Traffic Division...........351-4644 • Domestic-Family Division........351-4790 Circuit Court Judges: • Judge Stephen Brown ............351-4750 • Judge Jennifer Howell............351-4700 • Judge Charles Elliott...............351-4785

Circuit Court Reporters: • Jodi Wallace..................... 256-351-4705 • Beth Blair.......................... 256-351-4755 • Toby Chambers................ 256-351-4788 Community Corrections...............351-4739 County Commission.....................351-4730 County Coroner....... 560-6084 or 345-6442 County Jail....................................351-4825 DHR................................................301-8800 District Attorney............................351-4610 District Court Judges: • Judge Brent Craig...................351-4760 • Judge Kevin R. Kusta...............560-6087 • Judge Shelly Waters ...............351-4765 District Shop 1...............................353-8783 District Shop 2...............................773-7383 District Shop 3...............................784-5476 District Shop 4...............................778-8515 EMA...............................................351-4620 Engineering Department.............773-5297 Examiner of Public Accounts.......351-4748 Health Department.......................353-7021 Home Health Services..................306-2400 Landfill: • Scale House, Highway 20 W....341-4993 • Director’s Office.......................341-4990 License Inspector..........................351-4770 MCATS...........................................351-4650

Meals-On-Wheels.........................351-6850 Morgan County Emergency Management Communication District: -Administration.............................552-0911 -Operations/Communications: • Non-Emergency ......................350-4613 • Non-Emergency ........... 1-866-350-4613 Probate Office...............................351-4675 Property Tax..................................351-4690 Revenue Commissioner: • Decatur office...........................351-4690 • Appraisal department.............351-4694 • Mapping department..............351-4698 • Personal property....................351-4697 • Hartselle office.........................751-5924 • Lacey’s Spring office................560-6165 Sales tax office..............................351-4618 Sheriff’s office................................351-4800 • Dispatch....................................301-1174 • Narcotics Division....................351-4816 • Records Division......................351-4809 Social Security Administration..............................340-9751 State Probation.............................351-4830 State Troopers...............................353-0631 U.S. Bankruptcy Court..................584-7900 Veterans Affairs.............................351-4636 Worthless Check Unit...................351-4740

Property Taxes Amanda G. Scott, Morgan County Revenue Commissioner The revenue commissioner is elected by the people of Morgan County for a six-year term and is responsible for the mapping, appraising, assessing and collecting of ad valorem taxes as levied by the government. The office collects approximately $55 million annually. Locations: Decatur: Morgan County Courthouse, 302 Lee St. Hartselle: Crestwood Shopping Center, 231 Highway 31 S. Lacey’s Spring: 423 Union Hill Road All numbers have a 256 area code.

TELEPHONE NUMBERS

Revenue

Commissioner

Amanda Scott ..................................... 351-4690 Chief Clerk Renee H. Fields .............. 351-4695 Chief Appraiser Chad D. Baswell......... 351-4674 Business Personal Property Appraiser Christina McCulloch . ......... 351-4697 Appraisal Division .............................. 351-4694 Assessment Division .......................... 351-4690 Collection Division ............................. 351-4628 Mapping Division . ............................. 351-4698 Business Personal Property ............... 351-4862 Board of Equalization ........................ 351-4674

MILLAGE

Morgan County

State General Fund: 2.5 mills State Soldier Fund: 1.0 mills State School Fund: 3.0 mills County General Fund: 7.2 mills County Road & Bridge Fund: 3.6 mills County Wide School: 1.5 mills County Wide School: 4.3 mills County Total*: 23.1 mills

*This base amount is to be included in all totals.

Hartselle

City of Hartselle: 5.0 mills Hartselle City Board of Education: 11.3 mills Base Amount: 23.1 mills Hartselle Total: 39.4 mills

LICENSES AND TAGS

County Commissioner of Licenses: Sharon Maxwell Telephone: 256-351-4770

Locations

Decatur: Morgan County Courthouse, 302 Lee St., second floor Hartselle: Crestwood Shopping Center, 231 Highway 31 S., Suite A1 East Morgan County: District 4 County Office, 423 Union Hill Road, Somerville Website: www.morganlicensecommissioner.org. Online renewals are available for vehicle registration, business licenses, boat registration and manufactured home registration. Hartselle business license applications are available at www.hartselle.org.

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Hartselle Area Chamber of Commerce

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The purpose of the Hartselle Area Chamber of Commerce

is to promote the economic and social well-being of the people of the Hartselle area. The Hartselle Chamber of Commerce began serving the business community on a volunteer basis in 1946 and on May 11, 1976, the chamber became a corporation. A chamber of commerce is a membership organization

that advocates on behalf of local businesses. It is backed by a board that is comprised of businesspeople from the local community. The chamber is a resource, advocate, and connector for business. It is not a government entity, although it does work with local elected leaders to help create a positive business environment. The fundamental mission of the Hartselle Area Chamber of Commerce is to build our community

through business, ensuring the socioeconomic vitality of the Hartselle area. The Hartselle Area Chamber of Commerce is a membership organization that exists to: ● Build a healthy economy and improve the quality of life in Hartselle and the surrounding communities ● Help businesses grow and prosper ● Increase job opportunities ● Encourage the orderly expansion and development of all segments of the community ● Contribute to the overall economic stability of the community ● Promote the nation’s private enterprise system of competitive marketing ● Make the Hartselle area a better place to work, live, and play

HACC Board of Directors

Dr. Ashley Holladay

Brad Sheats

Bradley Colburn

Brian Kilpatrick

Daxton Maze

Hartselle Family Dentistry

Life Church

Hartselle City Schools

Sonoco Reels & Plugs

Hartselle Utilities

Mike Tucker

Tammy K. Lott

Stewart Smallwood

LifeWork Physical Therapy

Redstone Federal Credit Union

Cerrowire

Lindsey Tapscott

Maegan Jones

Davidson Homes

MarMac Real Estate

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Maximize your membership by not only joining the Chamber but getting involved in it. The Chamber offers five Taskforces for increased involvement: Governmental Affairs and Advocacy, Leadership and Networking, Workforce and Education, Business Development, and Community Enhancement. 2021/2022 Hartselle Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors/Staff Executive Committee: Chair of the Board: Brad Sheats, LifeChurch Chair-Elect: Stewart Smallwood, Cerrowire Treasurer: Bradley Colburn, Hartselle City Schools Immediate Past Chair: Tammy K. Lott, Redstone Federal Credit Union The Hartselle Area Chamber of Commerce is located at 110 Railroad Street SW, Hartselle, AL 35640, and can be found online at www. hartsellechamber.com. Call 256-773-4370 for more information.

Photo by Rachel Howard

Staff

Missy Evans

Tabatha Nowak

Jaime Hatcher

President/CEO

Director of Membership & Marketing

Director of Administration & Events

Kathy Lawrence REALTOR®

Cathedral Caverns state Park “Alabama’s Coolest Underground Adventure- 60 Degrees All Year Long”

OPEN YEAR ROUND Call 256-728-8193 for tour times or visit www.alapark.com From Huntsville take Hwy. 72 east to County Rd. 63. Turn right and go until you see the rock sign. Turn left and follow the signs.

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Home • Auto • Business • Life

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Excellent Care. Close to Home. Close to You. Decatur Morgan Hospital is a full service community hospital located in Morgan County in the city of Decatur. With four campuses, Decatur Morgan Hospital serves Decatur, Hartselle, Priceville and surrounding communities. Our mission is to provide quality care that improves the health of those we serve.

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Two 24/7 Emergency Rooms Addiction Withdrawal Care Behavioral Health Breast Health Center Cardiac Rehabilitation Center and Cardiology Diagnostic Imaging Services and Radiology using digital technology OB-GYN Orthopaedics Labor & Delivery and Maternity Services North Alabama Neuro-Stroke Network

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Pediatrics Psychiatric Services Sleep Disorders Center Surgical Services Surgery Center Therapy and Wellness Travel Medicine Women’s Health Vein Center Community Health Education Wellness Center with indoor pool

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Getting Connected HARTSELLE UTILITIES Hartselle Utilities serves the City of Hartselle with water, electricity, natural gas and sanitary sewer system. To get connected with Hartselle Utilities service, a rental lease or a house purchase agreement must be presented to transfer utilities to the new customer. The deposit cost is determined by credit rating and ranges from $25 to $435. If the prospective customer can provide a letter from another utility company stating he or she was in good standing for at least one year, the deposit fee could be waived, and only a connection fee would be required. For more information on Hartselle Utilities, call 256-773-3340 or log on to www. hartselleutilities.org. WATER 5/8” Water Meter: $8.67 1” Water Meter: $13.64 1 ½” Water Meter: $34.68 First 10,000 Gallons: $4.6261 Next 10,000 Gallons: $4.3158 Next 30,000 Gallons: 3.9023 Deposit - $40.00

• Gas Meter Base Charge: $7.99 • First ccf $.5822, plus COGA Rate • Additional ccf $.3209, Plus COGA Rate Deposit – $75.00 COGA rates vary month to month and will updated online regularly. (effective 7/1/21)

SANITARY SEWER Monthly Charge Residential Base Rate: $22.98 Usage Rate: $5.5298 per 1,000 gallons Deposit: $60 (effective 7/1/2017)

HARTSELLE GARBAGE PICKUP Residents are provided with a 96-gallon rollout cart. For a successful pickup to occur, the cart must be placed curbside according to directions. New to the City of Hartselle? Call the Hartselle Public Works Department to set up an account at 256-773-2643. Garbage pick-up dates may be checked by calling the Hartselle Public Works Department or by visiting www.hartselle.org

(effective 7/1/21)

ELECTRICITY Distributors: Hartselle Utilities and Joe Wheeler EMC Source: Tennessee Valley Authority Hartselle Utilities fees: • Base Charge: $21.25 • Rate per kwh: Changes Monthly Deposit – $225.00 (effective 7/1/2019)

NATURAL GAS Suppliers: Various (fuel oils, coal and Lp Gas available) Hartselle Utilities residential gas rates: 16 Hartselle Visitors & Newcomers Guide

CITY LANDFILL City of Hartselle Public Works Department Landfill 99 Lovelady St. NW Hartselle, AL 35640 256-773-8603 The following items can be dropped off at the landfill: yard waste, wood, paper, plastic, scrap metal, cardboard, furniture, carpet, construction waste, household garbage for transfer to Morgan County Regional Landfill and electronics for transfer to Morgan County Regional Landfill. The following items cannot be dropped off at the landfill: paints, treated lum-

ber, chemicals, tires, asbestos, medical waste, liquids, batteries, hazardous waste, burned materials and gas bottles. Residential: no charge Business/Contractors: $62 per ton (minimum $5 charge) Mulch Residential: $5 per scoop (free if you load yourself) Mulch Commercial: Contact landfill for current rates INTERNET There are three internet service providers, not including satellite providers, in the Hartselle area. Costs of services are dependent upon speed, service type and provider. The providers and their phone numbers and web addresses are as follows: • AT&T: 866-861-6075; www.att.com/internet • CenturyLink: 1-866-251-7358; www.centurylink.com • Spectrum (Charter): 1-844-271-9736; www.spectrum.com LANDLINE PHONE SERVICE For a landline phone connection, the choices in Hartselle are AT&T and Charter Communications. AT&T adds a hookup fee to the first monthly bill, but this fee can be paid in monthly installments. The cost of service from AT&T will depend on the number and types of services selected. AT&T’s 24hour service line is 800-288-2020, and its website is www.att.com. Charter Communications can be contacted at 1-888-438-2427 or on its website at www.charter.com.


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Hartselle Police Department

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The Hartselle Police Department is under the leadership of Chief Justin Barley. Barley has been with the department since January 1999 and began his law enforcement career in 1997. Barley is a 2001 graduate from Athens State University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in public safety administration. He also earned a master’s degree in justice and public safety from Auburn University in Montgomery. He is a 2008 graduate from the FBI National

ADMINISTRATION Chief Justin Barley Capt. Robert Finn Jennifer Tetreault

256-751-4911 256-751-4912 256-751-4913

INVESTIGATIONS Lt. Alan McDearmond 256-751-4917 Investigator Tania Burgess 256-751-4915 Sgt. Chip Reynolds 256-751-4916

Lee Y. Greene & Associates

ENGINEERING AND SURVEYING 121 Sparkman St. SW, Hartselle, AL 35640 (256) 773-2304 leejr@LeeGreene.com www.LeeGreene.com

408 Hwy. 31 NW • Hartselle, Al 35640 256-773-5477 • corumbfc.com

AL Reg No. 1332E

Mon-Fri 7am-5pm • Sat 7am-Noon

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Justin Barley Police Chief

Academy Session 235 and is also a Certified Police Chief through the University Partnership for Alabama Continuing Education. The department is made up of 29 full time and five part time officers, one code enforcement officer and four School Protection officers. There is a patrol division, criminal investigations division and two full-time School Resource Officers who help make up the department. In 2020 the HPD responded to 15,704 calls for service.


Serving Hartselle’s People, Building for Hartselle’s Future

Local Utility Company in Hartselle, Alabama

Hartselle Utilities (256) 773-3340 (256) 773-2588 after hours

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www.hartselleutilities.org

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Hartselle Fire & Rescue

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Hartselle Fire & Rescue is a combination fire department, consisting of 20 firefighters, 15 volunteers and is an ALS EMSP. Hartselle Fire & Rescue has two fire stations and has an ISO 4 Class fire rating. Hartselle Fire & Rescue responds to all fires, MVA, emergency medical calls, HAZMAT and other incidents within the incorporated city limits of Hartselle. The Fire Department is constantly training its own personnel and also conducts various Alabama Fire College classes that are open to outside agencies. Other programs off ered by Hartselle Fire & Rescue include fi re preven-tion and safety training programs as well as giving “burn notifi cations” for open burning. HARTSELLE FIRE & RESCUE MISSION STATEMENT As a team of highly trained and dedicated professionals, it is our mission to provide the highest standard of service to all those who may call upon us for help. We are a high-ly trained and motivated staff that strives for excellence for our community. We are a service provider and we stand ever ready to render fire suppression, provide emergency medical care, and perform rescue services. We will faithfully provide these vital services, rapidly and safely, to anyone who lives in, works in, or visits the City of Hartselle. GENERAL INFORMATION Hartselle Fire & Rescue offers scheduled station tours and fire prevention activities. To burn in the City limits of Hartselle you must go by either fire sta-

tion and fill out a “Burn Notification” application. Station #1 200 Main St. E. Station #2 100 Crestline Drive SW Business: (256) 773-2545 Emergency Number: 911 The Alabama Department of Environmental Management places Morgan County in a “no burn” every year from May 1 to Oct. 31. For more information visit http:// adem.alabama.gov/MoreInfo/pubs/WebsiteVegetationBurning.pdf.

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Hartselle City Schools

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Hartselle City Schools was established in 1975 and quickly became a sought-after district of educational excellence. Hartselle City Schools is dedicated to equipping students to meet the 21st-century global opportunities and challenges with confidence, skill, and passion. Hartselle City Schools is comprised of six campuses; three elementary, an intermediate, junior high and high school plus the Board of Education. The student population is a tremendous representation of diversity in ethnicity and socioeconomic levels having approximately seven percent minority and 31 percent qualifying for free and reduced lunch programs. Specials services are available for students through the Individuals

with Disabilities Education Act (I.D.E.A.), Title I reading at the elementary level and Advanced Placement classes at the high school level. Hartselle City Schools offers a wide range of extracurricular activities and opportunities for participation in sports programs ranging from fishing to football, as well as dual-enrollment courses. Hartselle City Schools is blessed with outstanding community support; whether sporting events, concerts or pageants, festivals or field days; family and friends come together to make each event an exciting experience for every student. Students have opportunities to participate in Community Theater events at The Burleson Center and service projects with local churches and civic organizations.

Dr. Dee Dee Jones Hartselle City Schools superintendent

The Hartselle Board of Education is comprised of five members who are elected at large to four-year terms

Dr. James Joy, place 1

Randy Sparkman, place 2

Venita Jones, place 3

Daxton Maze, place 4

Monty Vest, place 5

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Barkley Bridge Elementary School Barkley Bridge Elementary School is located at 2333 Barkley Bridge Road SW, Hartselle. Tina Towers will be entering her 5th year as principal at the school. There are 33 certified teachers in the total of 47 staff members who serve more than 400 students. Barkley Bridge is an AdvancEd STEM School, a Blue Ribbon Lighthouse School of Excellence, a Project Lead the Way Launch School, and a National Blue Ribbon School. The school serves grades Pre-K – fourth.

Address: 2333 Barkley Bridge Road SW Phone: 256.773.1931

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Crestline Elementary School Crestline Elementary school is located at 600 Crestline Drive SW, Hartselle. Karissa Lang will be entering her fifth years as principal at the school. There are 44 certified teachers in the total of 70 staff members who serve almost 500 students.

Crestline is a Blue Ribbon Lighthouse School of Excellence. The school serves grades Pre-K – fourth.

Address: 600 Crestline Drive SW Phone: 256.773.9967

F. E. Burleson Elementary School F.E. Burleson Elementary School is located at 1100 Bethel Road NE, Hartselle. Phillip Jarmon serves as principal. There are 43 certified teachers in the total of 58 staff members who serve almost 550 students. Burleson is a Blue Ribbon Lighthouse School of Excellence, a National Green Ribbon School, and an AdvancED STEM School. The school serves grades Pre-K – fourth.

Address: 1100 Bethel Road NE Phone: 256.773.2411

Hartselle Intermediate School Hartselle Intermediate School is located at 130 Petain Street, Hartselle, AL. Earon Sheats is entering her third year as principal of HIS. Their team consists of 31 certified teachers and 17 support staff who serve more than 500 fifth and sixth grade students each day. Hartselle Intermediate students and teachers were recognized as a Blue Ribbon Lighthouse School of Excellence in 2019 and a State and National School of Character with Character.org in 2020. At HIS, hard work plus integrity always equals success!

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Hartselle Junior High School Hartselle Junior High School is located at 904 Sparkman Street, Hartselle. Rocky Smith is in his third year as principal. There are 39 certified teachers in the total of 56 staff members who serve more than 500 students. The Junior High is a Blue Ribbon Lighthouse School of Excellence. The school serves grades seventh and eighth.

Address: 904 Sparkman St. Phone: 256.773.5426

Hartselle High School Hartselle High School is located at 1000 Bethel Road, Hartselle. Dr. Brad Cooper is entering his fourth year as the school’s principal. There are 78 certified teachers in the total of 106 staff members who serve more than 1,000 students. Hartselle High School is a Lighthouse School of Excellence 22 Hartselle Visitors & Newcomers Guide

and ranked #11 in US News & World Report’s Best High Schools in Alabama. HHS serves grades ninth through twelfth.

Address: 1000 Bethel Road Phone: 256.751.5615


Hartselle Parks and Recreation

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The Hartselle Parks and Recreation Department consists of several locations and facilities to promote fitness and fun in the City of Hartselle. The main office is located inside Sparkman Civic Center, 406 Nance Ford Road SW in Hartselle. The phone number is (256) 773-2581.

CENTER FACILITIES BASEBALL/SOFTBALL Sparkman Park Grady & Margie Long Complex SOCCER Walker Field Youth Soccer Complex WALKING/BICYCLE Legion Sparkman Park SENIOR ACTIVITIES Hartselle Senior Center Aquatic Center PLAYGROUNDS SNAP Playground Sparkman Park Baseball and soccer fields YOUTH ACTIVITIES Aquatic Center SNAP Playground

Sparkman Park – 1102 Madison St. SW Sparkman Park consists of six baseball fields, four pavilions and a walking trail. Parking is available is the civic center parking lot or Sparkman parking lots. GRADY & MARGIE LONG SOFTBALL COMPLEX – 406 NANCE FORD ROAD SW Grady & Margie Long Softball Complex features youth softball, temporary fencing, covered dugouts, electronic scorekeeping, portable mounds, concessions, restrooms, controlled entry, walking trail and batting cages. SPECIAL NEEDS ACCESSIBLE PLAYGROUND In 2006 the civic clubs of Hartselle – Civitan, Kiwanis, Lions and Rotary – in an unprecedented move united to plan and develop a playground for children with physical disabilities in Morgan County. The playgroun d, named The John Mark Stallings Special Needs Accessible Playground of Morgan County, is designed to

accommodate the now-estimated 2,500 children with special needs and other children in the county. The overall objective of the project was to develop the premier special-needs playground in Alabama. Parallel goals were to provide recreational facilities and interaction opportunities for children with special needs in Morgan County and the surrounding region; and to stimulate other communities across the nation to similarly recognize and accommodate such needs. Soon after the clubs united, the City of Hartselle, Hartselle Area Chamber of Commerce, Morgan County Volunteer Firemen Association, United Way of Morgan County, Volunteer Center of Morgan County and Walmart of Hartselle joined in support. The four civic clubs and these entities are recognized as SNAP Founding Partners. Compelling support emerged for this compassionate, needed and worthy project. The list of endorsements includes: - proclamations from the Morgan County Commission, cities of Decatur and Hartselle and towns of Eva, Falkville, Hartselle Visitors & Newcomers Guide 23


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Priceville, Somerville and Trinity - letters from State Sen. Arthur Orr, State Rep. Ronald Grantland, the Autism Society of Alabama and Children’s Hospital of Alabama. The entire complex is accessible and usable and is in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Of paramount importance is encouraging interaction of children with all abilities. The site in Hartselle, near the Sparkman Civic Center, is centrally located in the county, offers balanced access from throughout the county and offers good access from Interstate 65. The specific location satisfies prime considerations of safety and well-being, ambient environment conducive to a feeling of inclusion, continual oversight by a trained staff, restrooms, drinking water and ample and convenient parking. SNAP is designed to be a destination attraction and features

comprehensive play equipment that satisfies ADA requirements. Comfort and aesthetics are significantly enhanced by shades, seating for adults and abundant landscaping. The complex has been constructed in increments to permit use as funding became available: 2008 – Swing Area 2010 – Splash Pad 2011 – Pavilion 2013 – Main Entrance and Playground A 2016 – Playground B and overall complex enhancements The SNAP Splash Pad was recognized in 2011 by Aquatics International as the Best of Aquatics Spraypark in the nation, typifying the character of the entire complex. The 10-year project has been administered in total by nonpaid volunteers, with construction being made possible by donations, grants and in-kind services. The complex

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represents an investment of approximately $1M, including cash donations, grants and inkind services. Donations to the SNAP playground may be made at City Hall, 200 Sparkman St. NW, Hartselle, AL 35640. Call 256773-2535 for more information. HARTSELLE SENIOR CENTER – 406 NANCE FORD ROAD The Hartselle Senior Center welcomes seniors Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. until noon. Attendees must be at least 55 years old or attend with a spouse 60 or older. A nutritious lunch is served each day. A daily donation of $1.25 is requested for the meal. Other than joining each other for lunch, the seniors enjoy a variety of activities such as weekly signings, playing cards, working puzzles, quilting, socializing, health screenings, reading books from their library, monthly birthday parties and much more. For anyone who would like to attend but is un-

able to drive, bus service is available. Meals can be delivered to the home-bound. For more information, contact the senior center at 256-773-0786. HARTSELLE AQUATIC CENTER The aquatic center is open and enjoyed from Memorial Weekend until the end of summer. Closed on Mondays this season, the pool is open Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m.; Tuesday and Thursdays from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m. and Sundays from 1-5 p.m ADMISSION: Ages 13+ Ages 6-12 Ages 5 and younger Seniors (62+)

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Hartselle Farmers Market Local people, local produce

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The Hartselle Farmers Market is under the direction of Hartselle Parks and Recreation and managed by Erin Burleson. The market sells produce, flowers and more from local farmers and also hosts local events and special events throughout the year. The Farmers Market is open every Saturday from 7 a.m. until noon during the spring and summer months and is located at 208 Sparkman St. NW. For more information, call 256-773-2581.

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Morgan County Emergency Shelters Danville Volunteer Fire Department Two shelters, 98 capacity each 5798 Highway 36 W. Danville, AL 35619 Punkin Center Volunteer Fire Department One shelter, 98 capacity 116 Kirby Bridge Road Danville, AL 35619 Neel Volunteer Fire Department One shelter 70 Neel School Road Danville, AL 35622 Massey Volunteer Fire Department One shelter 386 Evergreen Road Danville, AL 35622 Morgan County Courthouse (Basement is opened when a tornado watch is issued) 302 Lee St. NE Decatur, AL 35601

Priceville High School 2650 N Bethel Rd Decatur, AL 35603 Eva Volunteer Fire Department One shelter 4238 Eva Road Eva, Al 35621 Shorty Ryan Park Two shelters, 98 capacity each 3824 Eva Road Eva, AL 35621

Somerville Community Shelter Cross Creek Subdivision One shelter, 98 capacity 72 Cross Creek Loop Somerville, AL 35670 Somerville Community Shelter Located behind library One shelter, 96 capacity 192 Broad St. Somerville, AL 35670

Oak Ridge Volunteer Fire Department One shelter 200 NW Simmons Road Hartselle, AL 35640

Cotaco Volunteer Fire Department One shelter, 150 capacity 6463 Highway 36 E. Somerville, AL 35670

Somerville VFD, Station 2 One shelter, 98 capacity 122 Perkins Wood Road Hartselle, AL 35640

Trinity Town Hall Two shelters, 98 capacity each 35 Preston Drive Trinity, AL 35673

Hartselle High School Three shelter areas (A-576, B-750, C-576 capacity) 1000 Bethel Road NE Hartselle, AL 35640

Brindlee Mountain Volunteer Fire Department One shelter, 96 capacity 4373 U.S. Highway 231 Union Grove, AL 35175

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Depot Days Festival

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The Depot Days Festival is Hartselle’s biggest event of the year and is always held on the third Saturday in September. In 2019 the estimated attendance was more than 19,000. The week consists of Down Memory Lane, an event celebrating the history of Hartselle, as well as a community worship service, youth Glow Night and other community events. This is a fun family event that is free and open to the public. On Saturday there is a tractor show, an antique car show and live entertainment, plus vendors, an art competition and so much more for the entire family.

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William Bradford Huie Library of Hartselle

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Located at 152 Sparkman St. NW, the William Bradford Huie Library of Hartselle has a collection of approximately 33,000 books, audiobooks and DVDs available for checkout to library card holders. Library cards are free to any Morgan County resident with proof of residency, such as a driver’s license, utility bill or rental agreement. There is a small one-time fee of $10 to non-residents to receive a library card. Cards are required to check-out books, audiobooks and DVDs. Cards are also required to access the library’s free e-book collection. In addition to being a lending library, William Bradford Huie Library of Hartselle also provides many services and programs to the community that do not require a library card. There are eight computers available for patron use and all are able to access the internet and print. In addition, the library has free wi-fi available both inside and in the parking lot. The library also works with Alabama Public Library Service to provide additional free educational resources including ACT test preparation, homework help and career improvement. Prints and photocopies costs 15 cents per page. The library offers scanning services to an email address or thumb drive at no cost. The William Bradford Huie Library’s staff includes one-full time assistant librarian, Alex VanKoughnett, two part-time library assistants, Sarah Laughmiller and Chrissy Tucker, and Library Manager, Michelle Jo Blaylock. The staff strives to create a welcoming atmosphere and creative programing that meets the needs of the community. Please call the library at 256-773-9880 for a list of our current activities for children and adults. The library hours are Monday through Friday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Hartselle Visitors & Newcomers Guide 31


BUSINESS AND RESTAURANT DIRECTORY CLOTHING AND HOME DECOR Downtown Southern Sass 213 Main St. W. (256) 754-5018

Zoey’s Downtown 225 Main St. W. (256) 773-3318

Richard’s Portraits 410 Main Street W Suite A (256) 895-6003

Cahoots Cafe 117 Main St. W. (256) 751-4723

Forever Kate 124 Main St. West (256) 612-9348

TRAVEL AGENCIES

Pizza Ed. 305 Main St. W. (256) 502-9959

Shoefisticated 101 Main St. W. (256) 773-1080

Something Vintage 210 Main St. (256) 612-0856

The Robin’s Nest 212 Main St. W. (256) 773-2284

Urban Altered 222 Main Street W (256) 344-3920

TecRoom Repair & Electronics 410 Main Street W 256-773-4370

ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT Keramos Ceramics 110 Sparkman St. NW

Forever Kate 410 Main St. W. (256) 612-9348

Wings of Alexcia 115 Main St. W. (256) 616-4221

Whinny Wisdom 120 Main St. W. (256) 778-1060

Behind the Canvas 114 Main St. W. (256) 754-5566

Standard Furniture 106 Hickory St. SW (256) 773-5444

Greco Fiore Designs 219 Main St. E. (256) 345-4248

Mister Henry’s Neighborhood Restaurant 701 Nance Ford Road SW (256) 773-8101 Don Alejo Mexican Restaurant U.S. Highway 31, Suite D (256)-778-3325 Freight House Restaurant 2533, 200 Railroad St. SW (256) 773-4600

Willie Burgers 205 Main St. W. OH! Bryan’s Family Steak House 727 Main St. W. (256) 773-8788 Reeves Peach Farm 334 Highway 36 E 256-502-9760

House of Hammer 129 Main St. W. (256) 565-7001 Shining Star Dance Studio 116 Sparkman St. NW (256) 566-9109 JMK Martial Arts 204 Main St. W. (256) 318-8626

The Something Blue Shoppe 224 Main St. W. (256) 773-4956 Swanky Chic 124 Main St. W. (256) 754-5156

RESTAURANTS

Bentley’s at the Outhouse 200 Main St. W. (256) 754-5188

Main Street West Art Gallery 123 Main Street W 256-502-9544

Bella & Blake Boutique 206 Main St West

Branch Books 701 Nance ford Sw Suite H (256) 754-5111

BeFrizz 101 Main St. E (256) 502-8727

The Kayak Store 407 Main Street W (256) 527-6028

Beehive Bathhouse 227 Main St. W. (256) 751-0051

RAW Images 101 Railroad St. SW (256) 466-2529

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Shear Perfexion 909 U.S. Highway 31 (256) 773-8000 Cheryl’s Barbershop 240 U.S. Highway 31 #21 (256) 773-6787 Inspired Health 711 Nance Ford Road SW, Suite K (256) 694-0524 Van’s Barbershop 309 Main St. W. (256) 773-4062 Kama Salon 541 Limestone St SW (256) 773-8935 Fresh on Main 313 Main St. Genesis Salon 109 Railroad St. SW (256) 773-0009 POSH Salon and Spa 103 Railroad St. SW (256) 606-5515

Pig Skin All Sports BBQ 400 Nance Ford Road SW (256) 754-5055

Oliwia’s Shave Ice 115 Railroad St. SW (256) 227-7086

Warehouse Coffee Shop 315 Main St. W. (256) 387-0890

Las Vias Mexican Restaurant 711 Nance Ford Road SW (256) 751-1402

Holy Smoke BBQ 900 US Highway 31 (256) 751-2000

PERSONAL CARE

Dari Delight 603 US Highway 31 (256) 773-9124 Southern Hickory Barbecue 700 Nance Ford Road SW (256) 773-2464 El Portal Mexican Restaurant 901 U.S. Highway 31 (256) 751-1159 1315 U.S. Highway 31 (256) 751-2962

What’s Poppin 307 Main St. E (256) 754-5078 Lucky Buffet 241 US Hwy 31 Ste 55 (256) 773-8867

50 West Salon 711 Nance Ford Road SW, Suite 1 (256) 476-0239

Hello Beautiful, Hey Handsome 410 Main St. W. (256) 754-5101 Tangles Salon 1210 Highway 31 NW (256) 773-6252 Silver Stone Salon and Spa 1505 US-31 (256) 773-4407 Bliss Skin Spa 707 Nance Ford Road

The Spot Salon 1221 Main St. E. (256) 654-1033

Gold Star Therapies 1210 Highway 31 NW CC (256) 616-7423

That Nutrition Place 1307 Hwy 31 NW Suite D (256) 445-6688

Oasis Salon 1506 U.S. Highway 31 (256) 773-4425

Marco’s Pizza 1091 Hwy 31 NW (256) 773-0500

Colours Salon & Boutique 701 Nance Ford Road SW (256) 773-4445

South of Main 115 Sparkman St. (256) 502-9265

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CHURCH DIRECTORY ASSEMBLIES OF GOD First Assembly of God 2222 Highway 31 N. Hartselle 256-773-8880

Bethlehem Baptist Highway 36 E. Hartselle 256-773-5042 Bible Baptist Highway 36 W. Hartselle 256-502-8036

BAPTIST Andrews Chapel Baptist Andrews Road Danville 256-462-3059

Blue Springs Baptist 385 Blue Springs Road Somerville 256-778-1020

Bethel Baptist Bethel Road Hartselle 256-773-2154

Calvary Baptist Corsbie St. Hartselle 256-773-5187

Come Worship With Us! Pastor Bro. Walter Blackman Minister to Students: Jeremy Mitchell Minister to Children: Jason Sapp Minister of Missions: Charles Stone and the congregation

Cedar Creek Freewill Baptist Highway 31 S. Hartselle 256-773-2603 Danville Baptist Highway 36 W. Danville 256-773-5059 Deer Springs Baptist 4961 Highway 31 S. Decatur 256-350-9090 East Highland Baptist 1030 Main St. E. Hartselle 256-773-4157 Falkville First Baptist 305 East Main St. Falkville 256-784-5827

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First Baptist 210 Woodland St. Hartselle 256-773-5500

Hartselle Missionary Baptist Walker NE Hartselle 256-773-7901 Hopewell Baptist Highway 36 W. Hartselle 256-773-8123 Lawrence Cove Baptist 142 Pine Burr Road Eva 256-502-1777 Lebanon Baptist Barkley Bridge Road Hartselle 256-784-5841 Liberty Baptist Lane Road Hartselle 256-773-1620 Lighthouse Baptist Mill Creek Baptist Route 2 Falkville Mt. Zion Baptist 250 Mt. Zion Road Hartselle 256-773-8997

Flint Baptist 4119 Highway 31 S. Decatur 256-353-7429

New Center Baptist 587 Church Road Hartselle 256-773-8733

Gum Springs Baptist Gum Springs Road Hartselle 256-778-7009

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Serenity Baptist Perkins Wood Road Hartselle

Pine Street Independent Baptist Falkville 256-747-4627

Shady Grove Baptist Danville Road Hartselle 256-773-5648

Resurrection Baptist 1604 Pine Road Somerville 256-778-9963 Rock Springs Baptist 525 Rock Springs Road Hartselle 256-773-8994 Rural Grove Baptist 5109 Old Rural Grove Road Decatur 256-612-0266

Shiloh Baptist Highway 36 E. Somerville 256-778-8627 Shoal Creek Baptist Shoal Creek Road Decatur 256-353-7956 Somerville Baptist Somerville 256-778-8844 Southwest Baptist 1705 Ridgedale Drive 256-773-5994

Walnut Grove Baptist 622 Bethel Road Priceville 256-773-3247 West Hartselle Baptist Highway 36 W. Hartselle 256-773-6086

CHRISTIAN Cedar Plains Christian Cedar Plains Road Falkville Falkville Christian Ministry 256-739-5214

Westmeade Baptist 2030 Beltline Road SW. Decatur 256-353-8239

First Christian Church of Hartselle 209 E. Main St. Hartselle 256-773-6911

Westside Baptist Highway 55 Eva 256-796-7081

Piney Grove Christian Church Piney Grove Road Falkville

Victory Independent Baptist 100 Tapscott Road 256-309-7091

Valhermoso Springs First Christian Highway 36 Valhermoso Springs

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CHURCH OF CHRIST Florette Church of Christ Highway 67 Florette 256-747-8962

Union Church of Christ Highway 36 E. Somerville 256-778-8700 Westview Church of Christ Vaughn Bridge Road Hartselle 256-773-3241

Hartselle Church of Christ 700 Sparkman St. Hartselle 256-773-6124

CHURCH OF GOD

Somerville Church of Christ 7 Franklin St. Somerville 256-482-8122

Fairview Church of God 4154 Huckaby Bridge Road Falkville 256-784-5642 First Church of God 1038 W. Main St. Hartselle 256-773-5133

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Christ Fellowship Church 1708 Highway 31 SW Hartselle 256-773-8008

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Pattillo Street Church of God 807 Pattillo St. Hartselle 256-773-2478 Somerville Church of God 3151 Highway 67 S. Somerville 256-778-8782

EPISCOPAL St. Barnabas Episcopal 1450 Sparkman St. SW Hartselle 256-773-4206

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LUTHERAN Christ our Redeemer Lutheran Church 721 Picken St. Hartselle 256-773-2121

METHODIST Antioch United Methodist Route 3 Antioch Road Somerville Center Springs United Methodist River Road Somerville 256-778-8261

Hartselle Kingdom Hall 70 New Center Road Hartselle 256-773-0955

Cotaco United Methodist Collins Hill Road Somerville 256-778-8573

Danville United Methodist Highway 36 Danville 256-773-2454

Gandy’s Cove United Methodist 186 Gandy’s Cove Road Falkville 256-482-2057

Falkville First United Methodist 253 East Main St. Falkville 256-784-1123

Johnson Chapel United Methodist 1260 N. Johnson Chapel Road Danville 256-773-4316

First Independent Methodist 103 Oxmoor Road Decatur 256-355-7518 First United Methodist 210 E. Hickory St. Hartselle 256-773-6952 Forrest Chapel United Methodist 250 Forest Chapel Road Hartselle 256-773-2730

McKendree Methodist 2795 Highway 55 W. Danville 256-462-3302 Moss Chapel United Methodist Moss Chapel Road Hartselle Mt. Pleasant CME 423 Bethel NE Hartselle 256-773-7430

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Neel United Methodist 6991 Danville Road Hartselle Oak Ridge United Methodist 6146 Norris Mill Road 256-751-0681

NAZARENE First Church of the Nazarene 739 Main St. W. Hartselle 256-773-6987

OTHER

Somerville United Methodist 264 Broad St. Somerville West End United Methodist 413 St. Clair St. Hartselle Salem United Methodist Barkley Bridge Road Hartselle 256-773-8030

Break-Through Ministry for Christ 600 Sparkman St. Hartselle 256-773-5683 Church at Quail Creek Located at Quail Creek Golf Resort 256-214-1988 Harmony Grove Church Kirby Bridge Road Danville 256-751-1385

Journey Church 3683 Eva Road Eva 256-796-1112

Victory Fellowship Church 409 E. Pike Road Falkville 256-784-9067

Oakville Christian Faith Center 55 County Road 205 Danville 256-974-0974

World Harvest Outreach 117 Sparkman St. NW Hartselle 256-773-8472

Riverside Cathedral 1404 Point Mallard Parkway Decatur 256-280-1852

PRESBYTERIAN

Round Top Community Church 133 Roundtop Road Falkville 256-784-5060

First Presbyterian 406 N. Nelson Hartselle

PROTESTANT Seventh Day Adventist Church 540 Beltline Road SW Decatur

Oil, Lube, and Filter Service featuring Havoline motor oil

DECATUR CONTAINER

(other major brands available)

NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY Oil change includes a 16-point

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5375 Marsha Avenue Decatur, AL 35603

888 -751- 3802 Providing Quality, Low-Cost Storage Solutions Since 1995

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Come visit us at our new Arab office! 1001 N Brindlee Mountain Parkway (256) 727-5927 Or visit us at our new Priceville office! 464 Highway 67 S Decatur, AL 35603 (256) 280-3840

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Senior Living at it’s Best

What Can You Do On A Street Named Wilson? Take the opportunity to discover the Riverside Difference and to build life-changing relationships. Beautiful location next to Rhodes Ferry Park on the banks of the Tennessee River. Riverside Senior Living is a premier retirement community which offers this and more:

Planned Activities Dining Transportation WiFi Housekeeping/Laundry Utilities/Cable

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• Free Move In Assistance • Beauty Salon • Library/ Den with Fireplace • Lighted Courtyard

Riverside Senior Living 210 Wilson Street, Decatur, adjacent to Rhodes Ferry Park (256) 350-4545 • www.riversideal.com

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Tractor & Equipment Repair, LLC

2832 County Road 1212, Vinemont, AL 35179

(256) 739-2482

4c-farms.com

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4C Farms

51 Years in Decatur! Are you looking for a real estate company/agent who is reliable and available 24 hours a day 7 days a week? Do you want a Realtor who returns your calls, answers your questions and takes care of you in every step of the home buying or selling process? Well look no further, we are here and ready to take care of you!

Wendye W. Eady wendyeeady@charter.net 256-303-6248

Trai Montgomery, ABR, SFR Decatur traimontgomery@gmail.com 256-227-5485

Dawn Montgomery dawnmonty1@gmail.com 256-303-5805

905 6th Ave SE, Decatur, AL 35601 • 256-355-3410 • www.weaverrealty.net • Follow us on Facebook

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Sandra Weaver, Broker saweav@charter.net 256-303-6960

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CONVENTIONAL FHA • VA • USDA

(256) 502-9800

• Purchase • Refinance • Land • Residential Investment

110 Main Street W. Hartselle, AL 35640

Fax (256) 502-9907

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