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There's much to be thankful for

By Staff
Susan Hines, Chamber Chatter
The Hartselle Area Chamber of Commerce proudly promotes and supports our community. We are truly the "City of Southern Hospitality". Our quality of life is second to none.
As the season of Thanksgiving quickly approaches we tend to reflect upon the things we are thankful for.
We are thankful for the community we live in, and the people that make it special.
From our dedicated volunteers and neighbors, to our merchants, to the individuals that lead and protect us, we are blessed.
We would like to take this opportunity to say "thank you" to some of the people that we sometimes forget to thank enough:
Our many dedicated volunteers that make so many of the tasks and events that we enjoy successful.
All of those that serve on boards throughout the area with little or no pay and give of their time and knowledge.
Our city leaders for being good stewards of the people's money and for the time they devote to the city.
Our law enforcement officers and firemen who work to serve and protect.
Our city and county employees who provide the services that we sometimes take for granted.
Our utilities departments who provide the necessary services that improve our quality of life.
Our educators for making our schools among the very best.
Our fine medical facilities and staff for their service to the community.
Those who strive to keep our area clean and beautiful.
The merchants and industries that keep jobs in the area
Thanks to everyone for trying to work as a team. Together we can achieve the extraordinary! Lets continue to promote teamwork in our community and let someone know how much you appreciate what they do for you.
Dates to Remember:
For information regarding any of the above listed events or membership in the Hartselle Area Chamber of Commerce please call 773-4370.

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