Hartselle Community Presentation
Hartselle MainStreet Presentation Scheduled for April 6th
The community is invited to attend a meeting to learn about the the Four-Point Approach for downtown revitalization. This project will include discussions on design, organization, promotion and economic vitality.
Join business owners, community leaders and leaders from MainStreet Alabama and NARCOG as we seek ideas for improving and revitalizing downtown Hartselle.
The meeting is scheduled for Thursday, April 6th at 8:00am at Life Church located at 300 Main Street West in Hartselle, Alabama. Click Here for a copy of the event flyer.
Ready, Set, Play!
The 2017 District 2 Masters Games of Alabama are set to begin on Monday, June 19th and end on Wednesday June 28th. The District 2 Masters Games of Alabama competition is open for participation to residents of Morgan County. There are 17 scheduled events throughout the games including: basketball free throw, basketball 3-point, billiards, bowling, checkers, dominoes singles, dominoes doubles, shuffleboard, horseshoes, softball throw, table tennis, Wii Bowling, Rook, Nerf Throw, and Frisbee Throw, and cornhole toss.
All participants are required to register. The $10 non-refundable registration fee includes participation in as many events as you like and a District 2 Masters Games T-Shirt. Please note that for those who would like to bowl, there is an addition $6.50 fee. Morgan County residents may contact Heather Belz at NARCOG for a registration packet or click here to download a packet. The registration form for each member of a team must include the names and sports/events for all members of the team and be submitted together.
Completed registration forms along with fees must be submitted no later than May 22, 2017.
Alabama Silver-Haired Legislature
Applications Accepted for May Elections
The ASHL is a model legislature of citizen volunteers aged 60 and older elected or appointed to represent the interest of older Alabamians. It parallels the Alabama State Legislature with members representing all 105 legislative districts.
The annual ASHL session is held each October in the Alabama House of Representatives in Montgomery. Resolutions are introduced, debated and voted on and a final list of issues is presented to the governor and members of the Alabama State Legislature.
Anyone age 60 and older and a registered voter in the state of Alabama can apply by completing the required application and petition forms. Forms and additional information are available from the NARCOG Area Agency on Aging.
Interested candidates should submit completed forms before April 3, 2017 to be considered for the election. For more information contact Heather Belz at 256-355-4515 or click here to download the required forms.
NARCOG Regional Transit Agency
Public Transportation for Morgan County can be reached at 256-580-2088 effective November 7th.
Rides may be scheduled by calling at least 24 hours in advance.
LAWRENCE COUNTY: 256-974-2488
$2.00 each trip up to 5 miles
$4.00 each trip up to 10 miles
$6.00 each trip up to 15 miles
$8.00 each trip up to 20 miles
$10.00 each trip over 20 miles within the NARCOG Service Area
*Special rates apply for trips outside the NARCOG RTA Service Area
NARCOG is dedicated to providing safe and reliable transportation services to individuals in Lawrence and Morgan counties.