Nestled within the undulating curves of the Magnolia River, is the beautiful town of Magnolia Springs. For more than one hundred years, the Springs has maintained a Community Association housed in the historic Community Hall. Built in 1894 from heart pine brought up river by sailboat, the Hall continues to be the center for community life.

our mission

bullet imagebullet imageMagnolia Springs Community Association‘s mission is to preserve the character of our century old hall; maintain and enhance community spirit; and advance the social, civic, education,and physical welfare of our members.

about us

Located in Magnolia Springs, Baldwin County, Alabama
The Association was formed in 1927 and incorporated under the laws of the State of Alabama in 1953. MSCA received its IRS-tax exempt status under section 501 (c) (3) in April 2008.

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our history

In 1893, Otis Lyman conveyed property, now known as the Community Hall property, to the people of Magnolia Springs.  The Circuit Court of Baldwin County, Alabama, in a decree dated January 3, 2001, deemed the property to be owned by the “people of Magnolia Springs” with the Magnolia Springs Community Association (MSCA) appointed as trustee.

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2019/2020 Events

             Fall is here!              Be sure to mark your calendar for our monthly potlucks.

         October 5, 2019 – 5 PM                                  Tailgate party                     Wear your favorite team's colors                 Barbeque furnished by                              MSCA Board                                   Bring a salad or dessert                

         November 2, 2019 – 5 PM               Honoring Veterans and First                                Responders 

            Christmas in the Springs                  December 7 - 7:30 - 10:30 AM                 Breakfast with Santa                            December 8 - 5:00 PM                         Christmas Tree Lighting                December 13 & 14 - 6:30 PM          Madrigal Dinner

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