From the Editor
Another issue of Hartselle Living is here, and with it are more sweet stories about our friends and neighbors and the amazing things they are doing to make Hartselle such a great place to be.
Talking about sweet: On page 33 in this issue you’ll find a story about Andrea and Zach Huff, the owners and operators of Barkley Blueberries – a true labor of love for the Hartselle family. They hope to open their blueberry farm up to the public by next summer as a U-pick spot and make it a community attraction during the summer months. Who doesn’t love blueberries?
In our Food & Drink section, Constance Smith sits down with Madi Lawson, owner of Frosted by Madi. The Hartselle native got started decorating the way many people do – by spending time in the kitchen with her mom, baking and making sweets. She operates her business from Sugar Mama’s on Railroad Street.
In our Home & Style section, we visit with Paul and Stephanie DeLucenay and get a tour of their lovely home on Mimosa Lane. Filled with sentimental family heirlooms and antiques, the house is a showstopper.
Russell Frye features Hartselle High School golfer Jinger Heath in our School & Sports section, and Emily Reeves shares with our readers how her mission work in Peru has changed her life on page 17.
Don’t forget about the Out & About section and news from the Hartselle Area Chamber of Commerce on pages 40-44.
Whatever you like to read, we’re glad you picked up a copy of this issue of Hartselle Living. Our readers are a big part of why we love putting together this magazine.
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Thanks for reading!