Leading off this week’s front page was the victorious North Tattnall middle school football team who recently won the Championship game 34-12 over Metter.
Another article of good news was $2,000 being raised for Tattnall County C.A.R.E.S. by the Tattnall Chamber of Commerce’s Junior Board of Directors. The students were at the red lights in Glennville and Reidsville collecting money last Saturday.
Trick-or-Treat was held Tuesday evening, October 30, in Tattnall County, so we managed to slip in a few photos of local trick-or-treaters. We’ll print more in next week’s paper so if you have one you want to share, send it on in to us! firstname.lastname@example.org
Also, advanced voting continues through this Friday, November 2. The General Election is coming up so if you don’t get a chance to vote early, you can still vote on election day, Tuesday, November 6. There’s also a sample ballot printed in this week’s paper on page 18 if you’re not sure yet who’s gonna be on the ballot!
Obituaries this week:
Myrtle Todd Caison
Karen Gionet, 63
Mrs. Melba Keeton, 73
Jimps Beryle Kennedy, 76
Vincent J. Kenney, 71
Mr. James C. McMillian, 73
Charles A. Simmons, 62
Henry Edward Stanfield, 86
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