The Iris H. Wilcox Cancer Center in Vidalia was officially dedicated in a ceremony on April 25 thanks to a $1 million donation from the NFL’s Nick Eason, who is a Toombs County native. The center is named in memory of Eason’s mother who passed away from cancer.
Optim Healthcare, in Tattnall received a “5-Star” rating by Healthgrades, for the past two years. A ceremony was held on the grounds to commemorate the event.
The Tattnall County High School Warrior Baseball Team has made it to the GHSA state playoffs. They finished the regular season with a record of 20 wins and six losses.
A countywide Fire Protection Plan was presented to the Tattnall Municipal Association for consideration. If approved, the $3 million project would be paid for out of future SPLOST funds.
And a mobile home in Collins burned, resulting in a total loss. The home had been occupied by Brian Kennedy.
Obituaries this week:
Troy Lee Anthony
Rueben Cash Blake, 4
John G. Burkhalter, 43
Mildred Kennedy Davis
Audrey Kicklighter DeLoach, 70
Gelon Galbreath, 81
Mrs. Lovdie Moseley Green, 76
Ms. Atha W. Phillips, 90
Kimberly Dawn Stout, 41
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