July’s Sweet Tea Saturday was July 12 in downtown Hartselle.
This monthly event takes place the second Saturday of each month. Hartselle had a lot to offer, including great shopping venues from downtown throughout the city. Attendants were able to fill their empty stomachs with food from great restaurants here in Hartselle.
July’s theme was All-American, which included hot dogs, apple pie and cars new and classic.
The Sweet Tea Saturday committee grilled hot dogs in the new parking lot on Main Street. Corum’s Building and Supply Center furnished a Green Egg to cook on.
Pig Stand sold fried apple pies in the parking lot as well. Eddie Preuitt Ford had cars and trucks on display in the lot as well. Classic cars were featured in front of Town & Country Cleaners in the Hartselle Plaza Shopping Center.
Also, the Huntsville Health Systems’ Mobile Medical Unit visited this Saturday. The medical unit was parked in the new lot on West Main Street as well.
The Farmer’s Market was open for fresh fruits and vegetables as well.
A classic car show was held in conjunction with Sweet Tea Saturday in Hartselle on Saturday. Jerry Speer, left, shows a 1965 Ford Mustang while Doug Chapman shows a 1977 Cadillac El Dorado owned by his dad, Bill Chapman. | Clif Knight
Jerry Prickett and son Carson check out a new Ford Mustang in downtown Hartselle during Sweet Tea Saturday. The Mustang and other new Ford models were on display in the new off-street parking lot on West Main Street. | Clif Knight
Shelia Cummings of Madison, left, is served a cup of sweet tea by Zoey’s Downtown employee Sandy Johnson during a Sweet Tea Saturday observance in Hartselle on Saturday. | Clif Knight
Kendall Wydner buys a fired peach pie from Nikki Echols of Pig Stand Bar-B-Que at a Sweet Tea Saturday All-American trade promotion in downtown Hartselle on Saturday. She is accompanied by her mom, Wendy Wydner and sister, Kayleigh Wydner. | Clif Knight
Huntsville Hospital’s Mobile Medical Unit operated in downtown Hartselle on Saturday in conjunction with Sweet Tea Saturday. Ray Franklin is shown having his blood pressure checked by Kathy White Goodwin, community relations coordinator for Decatur Morgan Hospital. | Clif Knight
Randy Garrison, left, and Paul Downs grill hotdogs on the Big Green Egg at Hartselle’s Sweet Tea Saturday trade promotion. The hotdogs were served free as a “thank you” for shopping in Hartselle. | Clif Knight