CARROLLTON - On Friday, January 1st and Saturday, January 2nd, 2021, the Sheriff’s Department and Alabama Conservation Enforcement Association, with the help of many other donors, came together to host a Handicapped Hunt, the first to ever be held in Pickens County.
“We were fortunate enough to be included, the Sheriff’s Department was, and we played a minor role in this thing, but it was a huge success,” Pickens County Sheriff Todd Hall said. “The program was amazing, to see these handicapped children come in and hunt and have a chance to participate in nature and wildlife. We had some people in Pickens County that allowed them to come onto their property and hunt it.”
See complete story in the Pickens County Herald.