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Sweet Tea Saturday returns

The second Saturday of each month is about to get a little sweeter in Hartselle as merchants throw out the welcome mat and celebrate with north Alabama’s favorite beverage. Sweet Tea Saturday is held the second Saturday of each month and offers locals and visitors an opportunity to enjoy Hartselle with entertainment and special offers from local merchants while sipping on sweet tea.

Set for Sept. 13, Sweet Tea Saturday gets underway at 10 a.m.

The Morgan County Cattlemen’s Assocaition will be selling their signature steak sandwiches  in the new parking lot on Main Street West.

Hartselle is filled with a variety of restaurants and locally owned merchants and boutiques that will have special offers during the daylong event. While shopping for special treasures or simply enjoying the day with friends and family, cool off with a complimentary glass of sweet tea provided by Hartselle merchants.

For more information on Sweet Tea Saturday, call Randy Garrison at 256-286-0233 or visit their Facebook page “Sweet Tea Saturday in Hartselle, Alabama” for the latest information.

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