Dear Editor,

The Hartselle Tigers Marching Band would like to thank our sponsors for their contributions to the Southern Hospitality Invitational Marching Festival, Oct. 1.

Ace Auto Body, Americ Equipment Rental, Bank Independent, Bramlett GMC, Buick Kia – Steve Legg, Burningtree Country Club, Catdaddy’s Customs, Chick-fil-A, City of Hartselle, Copeland’s Classic Cleaners, Corum’s Building & Farm Center, Dominoes Pizza, Eddie Preuitt Ford, Fastenal, Freight House Restaurant, Fruhauf Uniforms, Gadsden Music, Gilchrist Pharmacy, Inc., Hannah’s Lawn & Landscape Service, Inc., Hartselle Board of Education, Hartselle Glass, Hartselle Heritage Funeral Home, Hartselle High School, Hartselle Intermediate School, Hartselle Junior High School, Huddle House, ILPEA, Kroger of Decatur, Lone Wolf Trailer Company, Lowe’s, Mprints Designs, Oh! Bryan’s Family Steakhouse, Peck Funeral Home, Pepsi, Pest Pro, Pigskin All Sports BBQ, Pizza Hut, Quail Creek Golf Resort, Remax – Leighann Turner, Rooster’s, Sample Orthodontics, Slate Gallery & Framing, Southern Hickory Barbeque, Southern Performances, St. Barnabas Episcopal Church, Standard Furniture, State Farm Insurance – Michael Holifield, Taylor Heating & Air Solutions, United Country – RaJane Hampton, Wal-Mart of Decatur, St. Barnabas Episcopal Church and Standard Furniture.

We would like to extend a special thank you to all students, parents, grandparents and friends of the Hartselle Band program who have worked to make the 21st Annual Southern Hospitality Marching Festival a great success.

 

Randall Key, Band Director

Michelle George

 

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