Lots of good stuff coming up this weekend in Tattnall County. Tattnall Productions is holding it’s 12th annual show Friday and Saturday, January 17-18 at the Glennville City Auditorium. Friday’s show will be at 7 p.m. and there will be two shows on Saturday, one at 2 p.m. and the second at 7 p.m. Tickets are on sale and are $8, $10, and $12. Tickets are available at Central Pharmacy in Glennville at (912) 654-3031, or by calling Becky Dasher at (912) 326-0285.
Martin Luther King, Jr., Day is Monday, January 20! The Committee For Social Change will host the 24th annual Parade and Celebration on Saturday, January 18. The parade will begin at 10 a.m. and go through Glennville, down Hwy. 301. DeWitt Porter, Sr., is the Grand Marshal and will be the guest speaker at the program, following the parade, which is being held at St. James A.M.E. Church. Everyone is invited to come out and enjoy the parade and celebration.
Dr. Artis Carswell, Jr., of Reidsville, will be the guest speaker for the Martin Luther King, Jr., program in Metter to be held January 19 at 6 p.m. at Lakeside First Baptist Church on Hwy. 46.
Last week’s cold weather snap was a problem for some of the new heating and cooling units in the Tattnall schools, with some rooms being too cold and others, too hot.
And a Cobbtown man, Juan Morano, was arrested with a large quantity of meth, large amount of cash and two handguns at his house on Henry Moxley Rd.
For more information, you may contact the Journal at 912-557-6761 or by email at mail@tattnalljournal. com.
Obituaries this week:
Kerwin “Lawson” Herrin, 32
Evelyn “Bo” Smith Hook, 85
Mr. Lester Royce Martin, 78
Helen “Bess” Reid, 18
Dean Waters, 55
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