First Christian offering handicap parking and shuttle service

Randy Garrison

Hartselle Enquirer

First Christian Church of Hartselle will offer handicap parking and free shuttle service to downtown on Sept. 17 for the Depot Days celebration. Parking and shuttle service will be available from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Those with a handicap tag or decal will be offered parking in the church parking area located behind the church at 209 East Main St. This service is to aide those who would like to attend the Depot Days festivities but maybe unable to park and walk long distances, and cross the railroad tracks to reach the downtown area.

Only those with a handicap tag or decal will be allowed to park in the church parking lot.  Church members will then transport those who request shuttle service. The church has rented golf carts and members will shuttle passengers across the railroad tracks downtown to a booth that will be located in front of Catherine Halbrook’s Law office. Shuttle service back to your vehicle in the church parking lot will also be available.  Free water will also be offered. For more information please call the church office at 256 773 6911.

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