This past weekend was a busy one in Tattnall County! The annual Tattnall Productions held their 12th show at the Glennville City Auditorium celebrating “Musical Memories.” They enjoyed three sold-out shows Friday and Saturday.
In sports, the Tattnall County Lady Warriors won two matches last week, over Brantley County 55-27 on Tuesday and defeating Beach (#3 in the State) in a close one 57-55. The Lady Warriors’ record after these wins is 15-2 (9-2 in Region play).
Saturday was the 24th annual Dr. Martin Luther King. Jr. Parade and Celebration in Glennville. The event is sponsored each year by the Committee for Social Change. DeWitt Porter Sr. served as the Grand Marshal and guest speaker for the program.
Two fires early this week destroyed two mobile homes … one in Reidsville, owned by Rebecca Strickland, and the other near Cobbtown, owned by Martin Gradadon.
Long-time Pinewood Christian Academy coach John “Buck” Cravey passed away Tuesday morning at the age of 76.
Four men were arrested in Reidsville in a drug raid at a home on Martin Street. Others are wanted in connection to the incident.
Obituaries this week:
Dorothy L. Bowen, 72
John Edward “Buck” Cravey, 76
Frances Childree Milner Goldman, 85
Toni Brooke Kaiser, 22
Lawrence “Larry” Lane
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