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White Hall, AL –As the nation commemorates the 50th Anniversary of Bloody Sunday and the Selma-toMontgomery Voting Rights March, elected officials from communities along the Selma-to-Montgomery National Historic Trail will join Montgomery Mayor Todd Strange, Selma Mayor George Evans and White Hall Mayor James Walker on Friday, February 20, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. CST to kick-off National Voter Registration Month with an event at the Selma to Montgomery NHT - Lowndes Interpretive Center as a tribute the foot soldiers of the Civil Rights movement.
WHAT: Voters Registration Month Kick-Off WHEN: Friday, February 20, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. CST Conference Call: 1-866-564-1965 Passcode: 6332859
WHERE: Selma to Montgomery NHT - Lowndes Interpretive Center, 7001 US Highway 80 West, Hayneville, AL 36040 Conference Call
WHO: Montgomery Mayor Strange, Selma Mayor Evans and White Hall Mayor Walker will be joined by Montgomery, Dallas and Lowndes Counties officials. ″Montgomery: Mayor Strange, Probate Judge Steven Reed and Montgomery County Commission Chair Elton Dean;″Dallas: Judge Kim Ballard, Mayor Evans;″Lowndes: Mayor Walker, County Commission Chairman Robert Harris, Probate Judge John Hulett.
Direction to the Lowndes Interpretive Center
From Atlanta: Follow I-85 South to Montgomery. Continue onto I-65 South. From I-65 South, take exit 167 (Hwy 80 West) to Selma. Travel approximately 23.5 miles to White Hall, Alabama. The interpretive center will be on the right.
From Birmingham: Take I-65 South to Montgomery. Take exit 167 (Hwy 80 West) to Selma. Travel approximately 23.5 miles to White Hall, Alabama. The interpretive center will be on the right.
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