Events lead up to inaugural Hartselle Relay

By Staff
Tracy B. Cieniewicz, Hartselle Enquirer
Surviving cancer is cause for celebration and Hartselle is making plans to honor cancer survivors in a big way.
The American Cancer Society invites all cancer survivors to join in the Survivors Celebration at the Relay For Life Hartselle event May 12, 4:30-5:45 p.m. The celebration, hosted by the Brewer High School JROTC team, will be held at World Harvest Outreach Ministries, 117 Sparkman Street SW.
Registration begins at 4:30 p.m. Each guest of honor will be recognized with a gift and a light dinner. Following the celebration, each guest is invited to celebrate their victory over cancer by walking the Survivor Lap with other cancer survivors in their community and kickoff the city's first Relay For Life event at E.A.R.T.H. Park.
Survivors are asked to RSVP for the Survivors Celebration by May 5 by calling event co-chair Elaine Balch at 773-3633 or 355-5994, or 1-800-ACS-2345.
Relay Hartselle begins Friday, May 12, at 6 p.m. and ends Saturday, May 13, at 6 a.m. Seventeen teams have registered for the event and four more have made verbal commitments.
Virtual teams can also be formed online and donations can be made at www.acsevents.org/relay/al/hartselle.
Teams are holding a variety of fundraisers to help meet the event's $50,000 goal for continued cancer research, education and advocacy:
Flint Baptist Church will host a yard sale bazaar Saturday, April 29, featuring a car wash, bake sale and discounted professional haircuts.
For more information on any of these events, or to learn how to participate in or become a sponsor for the 2006 Relay For Life Hartselle, the city's first American Cancer Society event, contact Elaine Balch at 773-3633 or 355-5994.
The next Relay Hartselle team captains meeting will be Thursday, May 4, at 5:30 p.m. at Hartselle Medical Center in the cafeteria. The next committee meeting will be Thursday, April 27, at 5:30 p.m. in the Hartselle Medical Center cafeteria.

FRONT PAGE FEATURED

Goodbye to a good boy

FRONT PAGE FEATURED

College Street Players to present Newsies: The Broadway Musical 

FRONT PAGE FEATURED

Hartselle adds two police officers 

FRONT PAGE FEATURED

Hartselle bomb threat deemed hoax

Editor's picks

At 90, Carl Winton keeps on trucking

FRONT PAGE FEATURED

Hartselle man with rare genetic condition headed to Grand Ole Opry

FRONT PAGE FEATURED

Morgan delegation discusses recent legislative session 

FRONT PAGE FEATURED

College Street Players to present Newsies: The Broadway Musical

FRONT PAGE FEATURED

HU adjusts rates for water, sewer and natural gas services

FRONT PAGE FEATURED

Town Council helps Priceville Elementary furnish school 

FRONT PAGE FEATURED

Hartselle City Schools hires three math coaches for 2024-25 school year 

FRONT PAGE FEATURED

Crestline students rock Alabama Stock Market Games, poster contest

FRONT PAGE FEATURED

New EMA director worries and plans for a living

Falkville

Jonna’s journey: Local woman battles Glioblastoma with unyielding faith 

FRONT PAGE FEATURED

Sheriff’s Office opens applications for 2024 youth academy

Brewer

MCS Technology Park to host STEAM summer camp for middle school students 

FRONT PAGE FEATURED

Bridging the gap: Hartselle Historical Society launches guided walk downtown bringing history to life

Falkville

Storm shelter companies see increase in calls for installation

Falkville

Morgan County rabies clinic to be held June 1

Eva

Community class reunion celebrates Morgan schools

FRONT PAGE FEATURED

Hats off: Class of 2024 graduates from Hartselle High School

FRONT PAGE FEATURED

City adjusts garbage routes for Memorial Day

Falkville

Larry Madison has been a pillar in Falkville for four decades

Hartselle

Hartselle trio nominated for two K-LOVE awards

x