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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2007
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Book signing, discussion at library

Local author Carter Martin will discuss his book “Kelbrn” on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at the Decatur Public Library.

“Kelbrn” is about Miles Kelley and how he confronts loneliness throughout his life, from growing up on a farm to fighting in WWI to marriage and divorce.

An autograph session will follow the free program. For more information call 353-2993.

‘Down Memory Lane’ salutes clubs

Walk “Down Memory Lane” with the Hartselle Historical Society on Monday night.

This year’s event will salute the city’s civic clubs, especially the Rotary Club’s 70th anniversary, at the Hartselle Fine Arts Center. Displays of the club’s historical memorabilia will be open at 6:30 and the free program starts at 7. All past officers and past and current members are being sought for recognition.

If you have items of historical significance that could be used for the event, contact Rotary Club: David Burleson at 751-5007, Bob Francis at 773-6325; Kiwanis Club: Freda or Myron Thompson at 773-2132; Civitan Club: Bettye English at 773-9390; or Lions Club: Duane Wallace at 773-7617.

The clubs also will present their progress about buying a playground at Sparkman Park for the mentally and physically challenged.

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