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Local groups gear up for spring productions


March 02, 2018

It’s a great month to be Irish — and I am! I’ll be breaking out the green and wearing it proudly all month long.

This month, we haven’t focused on the obvious holiday, although we hope you get your Irish on. Instead, we have featured some of our area’s most talented students who are performing in some local productions at Statesboro High School. You’ll enjoy reading about these young people, and come to appreciate all their hard work. You’ll definitely want to get out and see one of their shows.

We have also featured Daniel Johnson, a local musician who has taken his talent beyond the Boro. Read about his travels and his music.

We’ve also put a spotlight on some of the Easter productions that you will find this season in the area. Some of the Boro’s churches do some pretty fantastic Easter events, so check them out.

Last of all, we interviewed a local mushroom farmer that you’ll be able to find at the local farmers market when it opens next month. His operation is fairly new, and his passion for what he does is obvious, as is the quality of his product. We enjoyed talking with him, and you’ll love what you see when you visit his booth at the downtown market.

Enjoy the issue. And Beannachtam na Feile Padraig!


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