There’s a lot of stuff happening in this week’s paper! Two big events headlined the paper. The first was a Prayer Vigil that was held Thursday, May 16 on the Courthouse square. Several individuals were honored or remembered in prayer and candles were lit and balloons released.

Also happening over the weekend was  Glennville’s annual Sweet Onion Festival! The day-long event on Saturday, May 18, featured fun from early in the morning to late at night. Lots of fun (and tasty sweet onions) to be had in Glennville!!

Pinewood Christian Academy’s graduation ceremony is set for Sunday, May 19 at 4 p.m. in the Eddie Durrence Gymnasium on the campus in Bellville. Tattnall County High School’s graduation is coming up this Friday, May 24 at 8 p.m.!

TCHS senior Brandon Purcell recently signed with Georgia College and State University in Milledgeville to play baseball.

Jeanette DeLoach received the Lions Club’s highest honor: she was named a “Paul Harris Fellow”.

And, three arrests were made recently in connection with drug busts in Reidsville.

On the inside of the paper, be sure to check out the extra photos from the Onion Festival and the Prayer Vigil, and look for the many photos from Tattnall County High School’s Honors Night!

Obituaries this week:
Mrs. Margaret Adams, 65
Eunice Coleman Collins, 98
Mamie Jarriel Davis Collins, 98
Louis “Bo” Johnson, 55
Gene Willie Lynn, 84
Cindy (Cromwell) Nelson, 55
Junior “Shorty” Rewis, 83
Yvonne Quick Weaver, 63

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  1. I have a daughter and grandchildren who reside in Reidsville. I have visited Reidsville on a number of occasions from my home in Arizona. I enjoy keeping up with whats going on in your area and do this from you online paper.

  2. The Tattnall Journal

    Thank you, Susan! Glad you are able to enjoy a bit of Reidsville!

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