Former Glennville Mayor Jean Bridges was inducted into the Georgia Municipal Association Hall of Fame June 23, 2014. She served as Mayor of the City of Glennville for 12 years from 2000 – 2011, and holds the distinctive honor of being the first female Mayor in the city’s history.
TCHS graduate Sandra Gomez was named the 2014 Georgia Migrant Student of the Year. Sandra, an Honor Graduate of Excellence in the Tattnall County High School Class of 2014, is the second child of Abel and Altagracia Gomez to be honored with the state-wide Georgia Migrant Student of the Year Award. Their daughter, Jennifer Gomez, an Honor Graduate of Excellence in the Tattnall County High School Class of 2012, was named the 2012 Georgia Migrant Student of the Year.
Lion Club member Bobby Kennedy was honored as “Reidsville Lion of the Year”.
And Harley Strickland and Sarah DeLoach are back from the Miss Georgia competitions. Although they didn’t return with a crown, both of the girls did outstanding on stage and representing their hometowns!
The annual Fourth of July Fireworks, sponsored by the Reidsville, Glennville, Cobbtown, Collins and Jan Powell Prison Fire Departments, will be held at Tattnall County High School. Gates open at 6 p.m. Admission will be $5 per car. Refreshments will be sold by the fire departments.
Obituaries this week:
J. Calvin Anderson, 77
Mr. Charles E. Cooper, 73
John Arthur Dasher, 86
Wynell Durrence, 86
Audrey Dolores Del Rio Flury, 55
Mary Kathryn Green, 85
Navis Victoria “Babe” Rudd Oliver, 95
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