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Hartselle Enquirer

Welcome to kids’ summer day camps

Keramos Ceramics will be hosting Kids Summer Day Camps in June. During the camp children will be painting, drawing and hand building items with clay.  

The cost will be $65 per day or $250 for a month. The schedule will be as follows: 

—June 3: Dino Day Camp, 14 p.m.  

—June 10: Cactus Day Camp, 1-4 p.m. 

—June 17: Splatter Day Camp, 14 p.m.  

—June 24: Under The Sea Day Camp, 1-4 p.m. 

—July 8: 9 a.m. to noon 

—July 15: 9 a.m. to noon  

—July 22: 9 a.m. to noon 

—July 29: 9 a.m. to noon 

Anyone wanting more information can call 256-502-9906.  

Churches honor mothers 

McKendree United Methodist Church recognized the mothers who attended the May 9 worship service at 10:45 a.m. As part of the service, each mother was given a rose. This was also their Decoration Day. 

Corinth West Baptist Church mothers were given a variety of gifts, including Kleenex, hand sanitizer, flowers and goodies from the Dutch Oven Bakery. S  

Fairview—The Grace Place recognized all mothers in attendance for the worship service and presented them with a gift or  

The members of Falkville United Methodist Church, as a tradition, ask all of the mothers to come to the front of the church, where they are each  

The members of Victory Fellowship Church present the mothers attending the Mother’s Day worship service a special gift or flowers, as well  

I enjoyed visiting the Houston Historic Jail in Winston County recently. It is the oldest log jail in Alabama and the second oldest in the nation.  

The jail was built of hand-hewn logs and filled with nails to prevent prisoners from sawing their way to freedom.  

If you find yourself with some free time, go visit the old Houston jail. The admission is free,  

To get there, take exit 308 off Interstate 65 and go west on Highway 278 through Addison. Turn left on County Road 63 at the Houston Gas and Go. Travel south approximately 1.5 miles, and the Houston Historic Jail will be on the left, next door to the Houston Post Office and across from the Talk of the Town restaurant.  

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