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Ward 4 Quarterly Meeting Phone Conference Monday, March 30 5:30 PM For safety purpose, we will conduct a non-traditional ward meeting. The phone lines have been reserved for citizens who reside in ward 4 and the press. Citizens should have pen and paper on the call, as the question and answer session will take place at the end of the agenda. Citizens may begin to dial in 5 minutes early. If the line becomes busy, simply dial back. Thank you, and take good care. Dial: 605-475-5950 Code: 04 08 01
Join us every Tuesday to create quilts for children in need! We give you all the tools and knowledge you need to make a beautiful quilt regardless of your skill level. All quilts created are given to the Bloom House to serve the children across our state that need it most. A fun way to give back and learn a new skill, hope you can join us!
Ward 7 Meeting to be held Thursday, April 2 at 5:30 pm . For safety purpose, Ward 7 will meet by phone. The phone lines have been reserved for citizens of ward 7 and the press. The call-in information is below. Thank you, and take good care.
Councilwoman Jannie Thomas Dial: 605-475-5950 Code: 04 08 01
Civil War Walking Tour of Old Cahawba
Saturday, April 4, 2020 10am – 11am
This guided tour will immerse visitors in the history of Castle Morgan, the POW camp at Old Cahawba, and explore the plight of these unfortunate soldiers as well as the hardships of the town’s Confederate residents who suffered while their husbands, fathers and sons were off to war, many never to return. ($8)
Guided tours for the morning may be requested on other days a minimum of two weeks before your requested date. We offer wagon tours, walking tours, and step-on bus guides. For more information, call 334-872-8058 or visit the park at 9518 Cahaba Rd, Orrville, AL 36767.
Visit us at www.facebook.com/oldcahawba or www.cahawba.com
P. O.W. Memorial Service at Old Cahawba
Please join us for this ceremony as we pay our respects to the prisoners of war who lost their lives during the Civil War. The ceremony will feature reenactors in period dress reading authentic letters written by Cahawba’s P.O.W.s
A wreath will be laid upon the grave of the unknown soldier, hymns from that era will be sung, and salutes will be fired. (Free)