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Hartselle Enquirer

Let the games begin: Parks and Rec to hold Community Games this summer  

Special to the Enquirer  

Hartselle Parks and Recreation recently announced a new program called Community Games.  

This fun-filled month-long event offers a variety of games for all skill levels. Coed teams of 12-15 players, ages 18 and older, are encouraged to register for a great month of comraderie and fellowship. Teams can be businesses, small groups, churches, organizations or a group of family and friends.  

Staci Wells said she hopes the games gathers the community while promoting family-friendly fun. 

We hope to engage the community by offering this program to promote people to get out and active while enjoying a little friendly competition,” she said. 

Games will include cornhole, 3 on 3 basketball, dodgeball, human foosball, trivia, karaoke and more. Community Games will be held May 30-June 24. A cookout will be held in Sparkman Park will culminate the event where the Community Champion Cup will be presented. 

Registration is open now. The team fee is $400.  For more information, call the Sparkman Civic Center at 256-773-2581. 

 

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