This week’s front page leads off with a drug bust and arrests made at the home of Timothy and Angela Hodges in Glennville. Although the incident occurred on Friday, very little information could be obtained from authorities by press time.
There’s some new fun on the way for those hot summer days at Gordonia-Alatamaha State Park in Reidsville! A new fenced-in, concrete splash pad, with numerous water jets is set to open soon! Children will have a blast dodging the water spouts and parents can sit on shaded benches nearby to keep a watch out.
The Tattnall County Chamber of Commerce banquet is coming up this Thursday evening, March 13. The event will begin at 6:30 p.m. at Tattnall County High School. Students Kathleen Shuman and Ethan Hawkland will be the guest speakers.
The Reidsville 7-8 year-old boys are the state champions in basketball! The All-Star team competed in Bremen, GA, on March 7-8 and came home with the trophy!
The 15th Annual Battles at Manassas will be held this weekend. Dozens and dozens of reenactors will set up camp and once again reenact the Confederate battle. The public is invited to attend on Saturday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. There’s lots to see and experience at the event, including cannon fire!
And candidate Sadie Jenkins has registered with the Democratic Party of Georgia as a candidate in the 157th District of the Georgia House of Representatives (Evans, Tattnall Counties and a portion of Wayne County).
Obituaries this week:
Charles E. Durrence, 72
Theodocia K. Padgett, 94
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