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Hartselle Enquirer

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Cattlemen thank supporters
Editor:
The Morgan County Cattlemen’s Association wishes to thank everyone who had a hand in making our first steak sandwich cookout at Piggly Wiggly in Neel on Saturday, Aug. 5, a big success. The fundraiser generated over $1,000, which will be used to help fund our scholarship program for deserving high school graduates in Morgan County.
Plans have already been made to conduct another cookout at Piggly Wiggly in Somerville later this year.
Thanks again for you support.
Doug Wigginton, president
Morgan County Cattlemen’s
Association
Hartselle, love it or leave it
Editor:
I have just finished reading the letters in the Aug. 10 Hartselle Enquirer and some of them I can believe and some I can’t. Everybody has their opinion, so I am going to voice mine.
All the people that are belly-aching about Hartselle, just one question. Why did you move to Hartselle in the first place and if it is as bad as you say that it is, why don’t you move somewhere else? Every city I’m sure is the about the same in one way or another.
Michelle Maples
Hartselle

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