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A great time was had by all


August 03, 2018

Summer has just flown by. I can’t believe it’s time for the school bell to ring once again. Time sure flies when you’re having fun.

And that’s what we’ve had this summer in the Boro — a great time!

This month, we’re introducing a new series called “Everyday Heroes,” in which we’ll introduce you to some folks in the area who are doing what they can to make their world a better place. We talked with Hazel Reyes this month, a nurse at East Georgia Regional Medical Center. It took around 30 minutes for her boss to convince Hazel to let us interview her, but once she started talking, it was hard to keep up…that’s just how passionate she is about the work she does. She was a joy to talk to and you’ll be inspired by her story.

We will also point you toward an exciting arts season. There are some great shows and concerts coming to the Averitt Center for the Arts, as well as the Center for Art & Theatre at Georgia Southern University. Both will host some fantastic shows this season on their stages this season that we are so excited about. Mark your calendars…you won’t want to miss even one.

And last, we “interviewed” the unofficial official mascot of the Bulloch County Animal Shelter. Her name is Snowball and she is quite the diva. You’ll love reading about her take on life in the shelter, and about how the shelter makes a difference in our community.

By the way, if you know of an Everyday Hero that you’d like to see in the magazine, send me an e-mail. I’d love to meet the people that you feel are deserving of the moniker.

Enjoy this month’s issue and watch out for the kiddos going to and coming home from school each day!


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